Boston Symphony Orchestra

Sundays at 1 p.m.

The Boston Symphony Orchestra comes to VPR Classical Sunday afternoons on VPR Classical. You'll hear emerging and established guest conductors, extraordinary soloists and enduring repertoire.

Founded in 1881, the BSO is one of America's "Big Five" orchestras, performing at Boston's Symphony Hall and the Tanglewood Music Center. Thanks to WGBH Boston for partnering with Vermont Public Radio to bring these live performances to VPR Classical listeners.

 

Music from the Great American Songbook, featuring vocalist Matthew Morrison.

Listen Sunday, June 23, at 1pm.

1:03:05PM

Rimsky-Korsakov

Procession of the Nobles (Cortege from Mlada)

Boston Pops, Keith Lockhart, conductor

WCRB Classical New England recording

Label: concert performance recorded on May 24, 2013, at Symphony Hall in Boston

Catalog Number: not commercially available

1:08:02PM

Whiting/Mercer-Williams

Hooray for Hollywood

Boston Pops, Keith Lockhart, conductor

Conductor Keith Lockhart and the Pops take a nostalgic stroll through the 1960s.

Listen Sunday, June 16, at 1pm.

1:03:30PM

Newman

Theme from How the West Was Won

Boston Pops, Keith Lockhart, conductor

WCRB Classical New England recording

Label: performance recorded on May 22, 2013, at Symphony Hall in Boston

Catalog Number: not commercially available

1:09:04PM

Tiomkin-Reisman

The Green Leaves of Summer, from The Alamo

Boston Pops, Keith Lockhart, conductor

Boston Pops Gospel

Jun 7, 2013

Sunday June 9 2013 at 1pm.

1:04:01PM

Berlioz

Rakoczy March from The Damnation of Faust

Boston Pops, Charles Floyd, conductor

WCRB Classical New England live broadcast

Label: live performance at Symphony Hall in Boston

Catalog Number: not commercially available

1:11:02PM

Bernstein

Symphonic Dances from West Side Story

Boston Pops, Charles Floyd, conductor

WCRB Classical New England live broadcast

Label: live performance at Symphony Hall in Boston

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