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Daniil Trifonov, “one of the most awesome pianists of our time” (New York Times) makes his Symphony Hall recital debut with an exciting program featuring Karol Szymanowski, Carl Maria Von Weber, and Johannes Brahms.
Friday Oct. 30
Symphony Hall
8:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Symphony Hall, Classical, Piano soloist
Cellist Aristides Rivas and vocalist Meena Malik share a performance that will beautifully blend new compositions, traditional songs from around the world, and classical selections.
Thursday Nov. 5
Virtual Concert
8:00pm
Free, Current Season, Virtual Concert, Classical, Community
Cellist Alisa Weilerstein and pianist Inon Barnatan come together for a recital from La Jolla’s The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center.
Sunday Nov. 8
Virtual Concert
7:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Virtual Concert, Classical
Rob Kapilow and the Ariel Quartet examine the rule-breaking choices that make Mozart’s “Dissonance Quartet” an iconic work. This performance's status is to be determined for the current season.
Sunday Nov. 15
NEC’s Jordan Hall
3:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, NEC’s Jordan Hall, Classical, Quartet, Lecture / Performance
featuring Sara and Sean Watkins
Siblings Sara and Sean Watkins bring their freewheeling, virtuosic, collaborative bluegrass and folk showcase to Sanders Theatre.
Sunday Nov. 15
Sanders Theatre
7:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, Sanders Theatre, Americana, Folk
Three acclaimed musicians and longtime Neighborhood Arts favorites come together as the Soul Yatra Trio to showcase folk music from around the world, revealing new beauty in traditional melodies.
Thursday Nov. 19
Virtual Concert
8:00pm
Free, Current Season, Virtual Concert, Community, World
Featuring standout cellists from our Neighborhood Arts artist roster ensembles Soul Yatra Trio, Hub New Music, and Castle of our Skins, the members of the Neighborhood Arts Cello Quartet
Thursday Dec. 3
Virtual Concert
8:00pm
Free, Current Season, Virtual Concert, Community, World
With an overwhelming talent and innate musicality, Seong-Jin Cho is a rising star on the world stage and considered one of the most distinctive pianists of his generation. (Status Pending for 2020-2021)
Sunday Dec. 6
NEC’s Jordan Hall
3:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, NEC’s Jordan Hall, Classical, Piano soloist
The Tetzlaff Quartet have rapidly established a reputation as "one of the world's most fascinating chamber ensembles" (La Nazione).
Friday Dec. 11
NEC’s Jordan Hall
8:00pm
Ticketed, Current Season, NEC’s Jordan Hall, Classical, Quartet