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Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO): Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, with Music Director James Levine. Performances in historic Symphony Hall from October through April. Joined by some of the world's most acclaimed guest conductors and soloists, the BSO presents programs that encompass the rich tradition of orchestral repertory as well as less familiar works and premieres of new works by distinguished living composers. Schedule, web: http://www.bso.org/, 617-266-1492

Boston Pops: Keith Lockhart conducting, Boston Pops, Keith Lockhart conducting, Box Office, Symphony Hall, 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, 02115, Boston Pops Season, web: http://www.bso.org/armsOfBSO.jhtml?catName=Pops&area=pop, 888-266-1200, 617-266-1200 for calls made in Boston, or 617-638-9289 (TDD/TTY)

Handel & Haydn Society: web: http://www.handelandhaydn.org/

The Boston Conservatory: 8 The Fenway, Boston, Box Office, 617-912-9222, Upcoming Boston Conservatory Performances
Campus concert sites:
Seully Hall: 4th Floor: 8 The Fenway, Boston
Concert Room: 1st Floor: 8 The Fenway, Boston
Studio Theater: Basement: 8 The Fenway, Boston
The Boston Conservatory Theater: 31 Hemenway Street, Boston

Special Events:



Composers' Concert
December 14 (Monday), 8 p.m.
New works composed by students of The Boston Conservatory's composition program are performed.
Seully Hall, FREE

String Masters Series: Markus Placci, violin
January 31 (Sunday), 5 p.m.
DVOŘÁK: Sonatina, op. 100
SCHUMANN: Sonata No. 1 in a minor, op. 105
CERVELLO: Tre Pensieri
ENESCU: Sonata No. 3 "In Romanian Style," op. 25
Seully Hall, Tickets on sale January 13, 2010.


The Boston Conservatory Dance Theater
February 18-20 (Thursday-Saturday), 8 p.m.
February 21 (Sunday), 2 p.m.
Tickets on sale January 13, 2010.


March 3-6 (Wednesday-Saturday), 8 p.m.
March 7 (Sunday), 2 p.m.


Peter Mansfield Graduate Theater Studio Recital
December 16 (Wednesday), 7 p.m.

New England Conservatory: 30 Gainsborough Street, Boston, Most NEC concerts are free and open to the public. Jordan Hall Box Office, 617-585-1260, Upcoming NEC Concerts
Events Calendar


Acme Theatre Productions: ArtSpace Maynard, 61 Summer Street, Maynard, web: http://acmetheater.com/, 978-823-0003

Acme New Works Winter Festival 2010 - January 8, 9, 15, and 16, 2010
Boy Gets Girl, By Rebecca Gilman, Directed by Gordon Ellis - February 19 - March 13, 2010

American Repertory Theatre: Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle Street, Cambridge, 02138, e-mail: ART@fas.harvard.edu, web: http://www.amrep.org,  Box Office: 617- 547-8300

No Child... November 23–December 23
Copenhaen, January 5–February 3, 2008
Sleep No More, December through February 7, 2010
Best if Both Worlds, November 21, 2009 - January 3, 2010
The Donkey Show, Every Friday and Saturday night! Now booking through summer 2010.
Gatz, January 7, 2010 - February 7, 2010
Paradise Lost, February 27, 2010 - March 20, 2010
Red Sox Nation, May 14, 2010 - June 27, 2010

Arlington Friends of the Drama: 22 Academy Street, Arlington, web: http://www.afdtheatre.org/, 781-646-5922

Barre Players Theater: 64 Common Street, Barre, web: http://barreplayers.homestead.com/, 978-355-2096

Spitfire Grill, March 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, and 28, 2010
Lion in Winter, May 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, and 23, 2010

Boston Chamber Music Society: 10 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, web: http://bostonchambermusic.org/, 617-349-0086
Concert Schedule

Concert Venues

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The Boston Ballet: one of the top five dance companies in North America, with more than 50 full-time dancers, the company maintains an internationally acclaimed repertoire of classical and contemporary works, ranging from full-length story ballets to new works by contemporary choreographers such as Christopher Wheeldon, Nacho Duato, Mark Morris and Lila York. Artistic Director Mikko Nissinen; the Ballet's primary performing venue is Boston Opera House, 539 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111, Box Office: 617-695-6955, e-mail: press@bostonballet.com, web: http://www.bostonballet.org, Mail: Boston Ballet, 19 Clarendon Street, Boston, MA, 02116-6100, Main Reception, 617-695-6950

The Nutcracker, at the Opera House Nov. 27 through Dec. 27
Coppélia, April 8 - 18
Ultimate Balanchine, May 6 - 16, 2010
Black and White, May 20 - 30, 2010

Boston Center for the Arts (BCA): 539 Tremont Street, Boston, 02117, web: http://www.bcaonline.org/, Box Office: 617-426-2787, TTY/TTD: 617-348-2926, Fax: 617-426-5336
Calendar of Events

Boston Opera House, 539 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02108, Web: http://www.bostonoperahouse.com/index.htm, Box Office: 617-259-3400

Shen Yun Fri, January 8 through January 10, 2010
In the Heights
, January12 through January 24, 2010
Mark Morris Dance Group, January 30 - 31, 2010
Lion King, February 16 through March 21, 2010
Young Frankenstein, April 4 through May 2, 2010
Grease, June 1 through June 13, 2010

Calvin Theatre: 19 King Street, Northampton, web: http://www.iheg.com/calvin_theater_main.asp, Box Office: 413-586-8686

Iron Horse Music Hall Show
Pearl Street Night Club Show
Iron Horse Presents Show

Charles Playhouse: 74 Warrenton Street, Boston, web: http://www.broadwayinboston.com/#, Box Office: 617-426-6912

Shear Madness, The comedy is now in it's 20th year.

The Blue Man Group, web: http://www.blueman.com/tickets/boston

Colonial Theatre: 106 Boylston Street, Boston, web: http://www.bostonscolonialtheatre.com/, General Information and Customer Serivce: 617-426-9366

Company Theatre: 30 Accord Park Drive, Norwell, web: http://companytheatre.com/, 781-871-2787

Concord Players: 51 Walden Street, Concord, web: http://www.concordplayers.org/index.html, 978-369-2990

Emerson Majestic Theatre: 219 Tremont Street, Boston, Emerson Majestic Theatre is one of Boston's Historic Landmarks. It is the first Boston theater engineered without pillars and obstructions to visibility and sound; a dream factory of performance and entertainment. web: http://www.maj.org/, Box Office: 617- 824-8000

The Footlight Club, "America's Oldest Community Theater", 7A Eliot Street, Jamaica Plain, web: http://www.footlight.org/, 617-524-3200

Huntington Theatre Company: 264 Huntington Avenue, Boston, Box Office: 617-266-0800, e-mail: htc@bu.edu, web: http://www.huntingtontheatre.org/

Merrimack Repertory Theatre: 50 East Merrimack Street, Lowell, e-mail: Box_Office@MerrimackRep.org, web: http://www.merrimackrep.org/, 978-654-4678

The Nashoba Players: Parish Center for the Arts (PCA), 10 Lincoln Street, Westford, web: http://www.nashobaplayers.org/, Box Office: 978-692-9911

Puppet Showplace Theatre: 32 Station St., Brookline, the first puppetry center in New England, e-mail: info@puppetshowplace.org, web: http://puppetshowplace.org/, 617- 731-6400

Quannapowitt Players: The Quannapowitt Playhouse, 55 Hopkins Street, Reading, web: http://www.qptheater.com/index.asp, Box.Office: 781-942-2212

Regent Theatre: 7 Medford Street, Arlington, web: http://www.regenttheatre.com/, Box Office: 781-646-4849

Regency Events

South Shore Music Circus: P.O. Box 325, Cohasset, MA, 02025, e-mail: info@musiccircus.com, web: http://www.musiccircus.com,  781-383-9850

Stoneham Theatre: 395 Main Street, Stoneham, 781-279-2200

The Stratton Players: 60 Wallace Avenue, Fitchburg, web: http://strattonplayers.tripod.com/, 978-345-6066

Theatre III: 250 Central Street, Acton, web: http://www.theatre3.org/, 978-263-9070, Box Office at 978-263-9070

The Wilbur Theatre: 246 Tremont Street, Boston, web: http://www.thewilburtheatre.com/, Box Office: 617-248-9700

Club Scene

Paradise Rock Club and Lounge: 969 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, web: http://www.thedise.com/rockclub/index.html, Box Office: at 617-562-8800


Ryles Jazz Club: 212 Hampshire Street (Inman Square), Cambridge, web: http://www.rylesjazz.com/, 617-876-9330

Scullers Jazz Club: 400 Soldiers Road, Boston, web: http://www.scullersjazz.com/, 617-563-4111


Mugar OMNI Theatre: Museum of Science: Science Park, Boston, web: www.mos.org, 617-723-2500

Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Avenue of the Arts, 465 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts, Concerts, Lectures, Films, and other Public Programs: 617-369-3300

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Calendar

Simons IMAX Theatre: New England Aquarium, Central Wharf, Boston, web: www.neaq.org, 617-973-5200

Art Houses

Brattle Theater: 40 Brattle Street (Harvard Square), Cambridge, 617-876-6837

Coolidge Corner Theatre: 290 Harvard Street, Brookline, 617-734-2500

Embassy Theatre: 16 Pine St., Waltham, 781-893-2500

Film Archives: 24 Quincy Street (Harvard Square), Cambridge, 617-495-4700

Kendall Square Theatre: 1 Kendall Square, Cambridge, 617-494-9800

Poetry & Prose

Bunker Hill Community College, 250 New Rutherford Ave., Boston
Bunker Hill Community College Compelling Conversations Speaker Series, web: http://www.bhcc.mass.edu/cc/index.php
The Compelling Conversations Speaker Series is free and open to the public, seating is limited to 150, so reservations are recommended. To RSVP, call 617 228 2386 or email speakers@bhcc.mass.edu


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