Poon uses the latest technology to connect listeners with her music-making process in a timeless way.
A commissioned triple concerto from Clarice Assad explores the mythology of mermaids.
Individuals, ensembles, and spontaneous orchestras raise voices and take up instruments to show solidarity, fire hope, and raise resources.
Dylan Mattingly’s six-hour-long Stranger Love will premiere in the orchestra’s Green Umbrella series.
Look for a balance of vintage rarities and new commissions, faces both familiar and fresh, and the return of PBO’s Jews & Music series.
The first community-based production will combine professionals and amateurs in a cast of hundreds.
Michael Tilson Thomas steps down as artistic director of the New World Symphony but plans to continue conducting as long as he is able.
The orchestra is committing $125 million to overhaul its longtime home.
The orchestra is taking its usual broad approach to repertory and staying ambitious when it comes to special events and guest stars.
Wu Wei performs the world premiere of Fang Man’s Song of the Flaming Phoenix with Esa-Pekka Salonen and the SFS March 3–5.