The upcoming season is a remarkably robust one in terms of the variety of offerings and the quality (and number) of participating ensembles.
Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra
Of course, it’s a tricky business to summarize a classical music scene as busy and wide as Boston’s.
By any measure, this is an impressive orchestra, as technically accomplished as any number of professional ensembles, domestic and international.
It looks to be as rich, intense, and, hopefully, rewarding a season as we’ve seen in recent memory.
There’s a powerful attachment to conventional repertoire among the city’s many orchestras, through are there things to look forward to. Here is a guide to what’s coming up.
So, even though certain pieces by Mendelssohn and Beethoven seem to be turning up with greater frequency than perhaps may be healthy, there is still much to admire and look forward to in the upcoming orchestral season.