A wondrous Boston holiday tradition has returned with the Holiday Pops! Celebrating his 20th year leading the Boston Pops, Keith Lockhart once again takes the helm with ‘Holiday Pops 2015’ from December 2 through December 31.
The Boston Pops features approximately 40 evening and matinee performances featuring an array of beloved carols, storytelling, and a traditional holiday sing-along. Morning kid matinees are also available which includes photos with Santa and much more. Children under two get in free! Take in the holiday spirit and beauty of the season in ornately-decorated Boston Symphony Hall from Wednesday, December 2 and culminating in a special New Year’s Eve Party featuring the Boston Swing Orchestra led by returning bandleader Bo Winiker.
Also, enjoy Holiday Pops at home with the Boston Pops all-live CD! Savor the sounds of the season right in the living room with ‘A Boston Pops Christmas: Live from Symphony Hall,’ virtually bringing the listener right through the Symphony Hall doors to enjoy a time-honored Christmas tradition for the whole family.
With Keith Lockhart leading the Boston Pops, ‘A Boston Pops Christmas: Live from Symphony Hall’ features a gorgeous Christmas medley from American Idol finalist Melinda Doolittle. New recordings are also included on the album such as Dr. Seuss’s ‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’ and ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ as well as Boston Pops classics like ‘Sleigh Ride,’ ‘The Christmas Song,’ ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,’ and ‘Merrily We Sing Along.’
Take advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale through Monday, November 30! Get 30 percent off certain Holiday Pops concerts and 40 percent off Boston Symphony Orchestra performances from January 7 through February 2 2016. The Boston Symphony Orchestra is offering a staggering amount of events to kick off 2016. A wonderful array of guest soloists include Renee Fleming, soprano Amanda Forsythe, and mezzo-soprano Abigail Fischer, music from Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Stravinsky, and a special event from Boston Symphony Chamber Players as they celebrate the 100th anniversary of Henri Dutilleux birth. Click here for more information!
All performances take place at Boston Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, Massachusetts. Tickets are available by visiting bostonpops.org, through SymphonyCharge at 888-266-1200, and at the Symphony Hall Box Office, 301 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, Massachusetts. ‘A Boston Pops Christmas: Live from Symphony Hall’ CD is also available through ITunes, Amazon, and Amazon MP3.