Enjoy an evening in Boston with the Harvard Symphony Society, listening to the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO)!
On Saturday, October 19, the BSO will perform four pieces by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, and Bartók, featuring Sir András Schiff as conductor and pianist. We hope you will join us for what is sure to be a memorable night of music!
As always, there will be a pre-concert reception with food and drinks followed by a conversation with a member of the BSO. We ask that you arrive at the Office for the Arts by 6:15pm so that we can board the bus and depart by 6:30pm sharp.
Tickets—which tend to get claimed pretty quickly (so don't wait!)—will open on Wednesday at 12:00pm. To sign up, just go to symphonysociety.org, scroll down to the box with this week's concert in it, and click the RSVP link for this weekend's concert. Please note that the RSVP link will only go live on Wednesday at 12:00 PM, so to reserve a ticket you will have to check then!
If you are having trouble accessing the sign up, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to assist as quickly as possible.