It's one of our biggest seasons ever, offering exciting debuts in every genre, a robust and varied dance schedule, women who are leading the way in jazz, and two of the world's most awe-inspiring orchestras back on the stage at Symphony Hall.
Brilliant choreographers, composers, and performing artists of color take center stage in our most diverse season yet. The new season is a statement of who we are and what we believe in, and we are honored to share these amazing artists and unforgettable experiences with you.
Old venues, new venues, and the return of pop-up festivals: Sanders Theatre and NEC's Jordan Hall and Plimpton Shattuck Black Box Theatre have reopened, and we know you're going to be thrilled to be back! Our pop-up Jazz Festival returns to Artists For Humanity's stunning EpiCenter, and Stave Sessions moves across the river in 2023 to the Crystal Ballroom at the Somerville Theatre.
Digital performances continue, with a new schedule: We heard from so many audience members about how much they appreciated the opportunity to experience and share digital concerts over the past two seasons. This season offers recordings of nine concerts, each premiering two days after the live event and available on demand for one week. Make it appointment viewing or watch at your convenience!
Enjoy outdoor summer performances: The season officially begins in September, but we're partnering with the Mission Hill Arts Festival to present three concerts this July and August. Learn More >>
Neighborhood Arts returns: Look for the 2022/23 Neighborhood Arts schedule in mid-July, when we will share news about a full season of performances celebrating global percussion, Latina bandleaders, and much more!