This majestic building has been the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra since 1900, when it was built by McKim, Mead & White (of...
Christian Science Church
Known to adherents as the ‘Mother Church,’ this is the international home base for the Church of Christ, Scientist (Christian Science),...
Mary Baker Eddy Library & Mapparium
The Mary Baker Eddy Library houses one of Boston’s hidden treasures. The intriguing Mapparium is a room-size, stained-glass globe that...
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Flawless acoustics match the ambitious programs of the world-renowned Boston Symphony Orchestra. From September to April, the BSO...
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Boston Pops information
Playing out of the auditorily and visually delightful Symphony Hall, the Boston Pops arranges crowd-pleasers for the orchestra to tackle. Usually this means Christmas carols, movie scores and thematic mischief. The business is conducted by the dashing Keith Lockhart, making Boston hearts swoon since 1995. In recent years, real live pop stars have fronted the Pops, including Ben Folds, Amy Mann and Elvis Costello.