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For nearly half a century the Cantata Singers have been one of the biggest voices for classical music in all of Boston. Paired with a full orchestra, this 44-voice choir performs with what the Boston Classical Review calls a "subtle virtuosity... filled with moments of particularly intense expression." Pay $11 (a $20 value), $17 (a $35 value), or $27 (a $55 value) for a ticket to see one of this ensemble's upcoming concerts at the New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall (price varies according to seat level). Choose from the following performances: "The Magisterial Ardor" on Sunday, March 17 at 3 p.m. Consisting of works from Schumann, Merryman, and MacMillan, this performance features arrangements for choir and string orchestra created especially for the Cantata Singers. "Rhetoric's Revolution" on Friday, May 10 at 8 p.m. The final concert of the season, this program features Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus along with works from Haydn and Zelenka.
Enjoy pure sonic satisfaction in the form of a classical concert by the Longwood Symphony Orchestra, a local institution since 1991.Your emotionally charged, soul-shaking symphony experience will begin with the orchestra’s take on Brahms & Tchaikovsky, which will be accompanied by the highly anticipated performance of cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan, the Gold medal winner at the 2011 International Tchaikovsky Competition.The performance will be conducted by Ronny Feldman -- a former Boston Symphony Orchestra cellist -- who returns to his former orchestra as the guest conductor for the season’s final performance.Tickets are available through Pavé Life, purveyors of all things arts and entertainment, as well as your gateway to serious specials on cultural events.
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