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Count down to 2014 in spectacular style with the Boston Pops Swing Orchestra under Boston’s legendary band leader extraordinaire Bo Winiker. The crowd-pleasing program includes memorable melodies made famous by such diverse musical icons as Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, ABBA, and Elvis. Dance the night away on the Symphony Hall floor, then at midnight raise your glasses for a toast to the new year! World-famous Symphony Hall will be transformed in grand Pops style, with café-style seating for this special New Year’s celebration, marking the most festive night of the year. The concert starts at 10 p.m. and the doors open at 8 p.m. All guests attending the Boston Pops’ New Year’s Eve concert will have the option of purchasing food and drink from the Pops kitchen.
The Handel and Haydn Society celebrates a tradition that is 160 years old with a performance of the immortal "Messiah". Harry Christophers conducts the Chorus, Period Instrument Orchestra and internationally acclaimed soloists in Handel's dramatic masterwork. "Messiah" was presented to sold-out audiences in past years, and this season features a stellar collection of North American talent. Handel's "Messiah" is the quintessential classical music highlight of the holiday season. Encompassing Christ's birth, death and resurrection, "Messiah" includes the famous "Hallelujah" chorus.