"Symphony Hall" Symphony, Performances & Theater Tip by dinhyen


Symphony Hall is the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. The Hall is also where maestro Seiji Ozawa left his indelible marks for 4 decades. Sadly in 2002 he decided to move on become musical director for the Viennese State Opera.

Symphony Hall is at the center of one of Boston's main intellectual and cultural concentrations. It's in the vicinity of several colleges (Northeastern, Berklee, BU, Wentworth, Mass College of Arts, to name a few), just across the street from the Christian Science Plaza, while the Museum of Fine Arts is just a few blocks down on Huntington Ave.

Directions: Symphony stop on the Green line
Website: http://www.bso.org

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  • Updated Oct 1, 2002
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