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The Arts Factor 2014 Report is now available online! Download your copy and share the amazing #ArtsData stats about the economic impact of cultural institutions in Greater Boston.
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Join us on June 15th in celebrating a successful 56th season and congratulate our graduating seniors on their final performance with BYSO.

Boston Youth Symphony
Federico Cortese, Music Director 
Mark Miller, Conductor 
WAGNER Overture to Tannhäuser
STRAUSS Tod und Verklärung (Death and Transfiguration), Op. 24

Repertory Orchestra 
Mark Miller, Conductor
SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 47

http://www.bysoweb.org/pages/21_upcoming_concerts.cfm
TICKETS: $25-$30 - Call Sanders Theatre Box Office at 617.493.222 or online
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Free parking is available for ticket holders at the Broadway Garage at 7 Felton Street, between Cambridge Street and Broadway in Cambridge, MA.
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Mozart, The Magic Flute
Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) Family Concert 
March 30th, 2014 at Symphony Hall, Boston
Boston Youth Symphony with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Federico Cortese, Conductor and Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras Music Director
Bill Barclay, Director, Narrator and Adaptation
Kathleen Doyle Design, Costume, Puppetry and Make-up Designer
The Magic Flute, BSO Family Concert - BSO & BYSO
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One of the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s most beloved guest conductors, Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, has announced that he will cease all conducting activities immediately on his doctors’ advice.

Maestro Frühbeck has been one of the orchestra’s most frequent collaborators, both in Symphony Hall and at Tanglewood, since he returned to the BSO podium in 1999. He made his BSO debut in January 1971.

Replacement conductors for his performances this summer and during the BSO 2014-15 season will be announced at a later date.
Jeremy Eichler reports on Spanish conductor Rafael Frühbeck de Burgos, one of the BSO’s most frequent and popular guest conductors, who announced his immediate retirement due to cancer.
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Mozart, The Magic Flute
Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) Family Concert
March 30th, 2014 at Symphony Hall, Boston
Boston Youth Symphony with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Federico Cortese, Conductor and Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras Music Director
Bill Barclay, Director, Narrator and Adaptation
Kathleen Doyle Design, Costume, Puppetry and Make-up Designer
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Mozart, The Magic Flute
Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) Family Concert
March 30th, 2014 at Symphony Hall, Boston
Boston Youth Symphony with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
Federico Cortese, Conductor and Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras Music Director
Bill Barclay, Director, Narrator and Adaptation
Kathleen Doyle Design, Costume, Puppetry and Make-up Designer
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Order your tickets today for The Magic Flute, THIS Sunday, March 30th, at Noon and 3pm at Boston Symphony Hall: http://bit.ly/1fewADf 
This performance marks the first major collaboration between Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras and Boston Symphony Orchestra"BYSO/BSO: Partnering for the Future".
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The Magic Flute on March 30th at Symphony Hall will feature young BYSO musicians, members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and professional singers, along with hand-drawn projections, as well as large and small puppets and colorful costumes designed by Kathleen Doyle. Here a little preview of some of The Magic Flute sketches by Kathleen Doyle Design. Order your tickets today!
http://www.bysoweb.org/pages/1738_the_magic_flute.cfm
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Our online Auction will close TODAY!! Make Your Bid now and support the Future of Classical Music!https://www.biddingforgood.com/auction/item/Browse.action?auctionId=194986390
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Founded in 1958, the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras (BYSO) is an independent organization in residence at the Boston University College of Fine Arts. BYSO’s mission is to encourage musical excellence in a professional and supportive environment by providing the highest-quality orchestra training and performance opportunities to qualified musicians, grades K–12, while making its programs accessible to under-served communities through financial assistance and outreach. BYSO has evolved from a single orchestra to one of Boston’s most prestigious arts organizations, with a programmatic scope that includes three full symphonic orchestras, a string training orchestra, six chamber orchestras, a preparatory wind ensemble, a chamber music program, and a nationally recognized string training program that provides rigorous instruction to students from underrepresented communities. Each year BYSO auditions nearly 750 students from throughout New England, ages 7–18, and accepts approximately 450 young musicians. This opportunity offers the highest quality coaching and 20 performances in some of Boston’s finest venues including Symphony Hall, Sanders Theatre at Harvard University and the Tsai Performance Center at Boston University. Every other year, the organization’s most advanced ensemble (BYS) concludes the season with an international tour. BYS will complete its 54th season performing in Austria and Hungary for the 21st international tour. BYSO has served thousands of young musicians as one of the largest and most comprehensive youth orchestras in the United State and today is recognized nationally as a model music and arts education organization. With a vision to educate young people from all demographics, the BYSO holds excellence in music education at the heart of all of its activities.

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