Music News

Janos Gereben - March 14, 2022

Poon uses the latest technology to connect listeners with her music-making process in a timeless way.

Iris Kwok - March 13, 2022

A commissioned triple concerto from Clarice Assad explores the mythology of mermaids.

Janos Gereben - March 12, 2022

Individuals, ensembles, and spontaneous orchestras raise voices and take up instruments to show solidarity, fire hope, and raise resources.

Michael Zwiebach - March 8, 2022

Dylan Mattingly’s six-hour-long Stranger Love will premiere in the orchestra’s Green Umbrella series.

Janos Gereben - March 8, 2022

Look for a balance of vintage rarities and new commissions, faces both familiar and fresh, and the return of PBO’s Jews & Music series.

Peter Feher - March 8, 2022

The first community-based production will combine professionals and amateurs in a cast of hundreds.

Janos Gereben - March 4, 2022

Michael Tilson Thomas steps down as artistic director of the New World Symphony but plans to continue conducting as long as he is able.

Peter Feher - March 1, 2022

The orchestra is committing $125 million to overhaul its longtime home.

Peter Feher - March 1, 2022

The orchestra is taking its usual broad approach to repertory and staying ambitious when it comes to special events and guest stars.

Jasmine Liu - March 1, 2022

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.