The Boston Symphony Orchestra at Home

During this unprecedented time, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is launching a series of “at home” broadcast, audio, and video content to connect with its audiences and supporters during this period of Symphony Hall closure.

99.5 WCRB Classical Radio Boston will collaborate with the BSO to broadcast additional orchestra concerts in this challenging time of performance cancellations and social distancing due to COVID-19. The BSO and 99.5 WCRB invite you to the virtual community of concerts performed at Symphony Hall, Monday through Saturday, at 8 pm EST. For the next four weeks, beginning on March 23 at 8 pm and continuing each night, Monday through Saturday, WCRB will take you to Symphony Hall and a selection of remarkable BSO performances from the Andris Nelsons era. The concerts will broadcast locally at 99.5 FM and for all at www.classicalwcrb.org.

This ongoing musical offering for the BSO community will also include BSO-created audio and video content that will focus on regular self-produced videos from musicians and conductors; six weeks of daily curated audio clips; and popular episodes from previously released BSO video productions. This unique content will be available starting Monday, March 23, through www.bso.org/athome and YouTube; all media announcements will be linked on BSO social media channels with #BSOatHome.

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