Boston on the Go - a Bostonian guide to keeping yourself busy and in the know. Ideas on things to do, places to shop & dine, and what to talk about when you're out and about in the Boston area.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Boston Symphony Orchestra

If you're looking to go to a performance by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, below are a couple of great options (some of these have been around for awhile, so it may not be new info for you).

If you're under 40, the BSO has <40 = $20 offer. A maximum of two tickets per show can be purchased, these types of tickets are limited, and proof of age is required, but it's a great way to spend a night at the Symphony.

The other great option is going to an Open Rehearsal - either during the day or the evening. Tickets are $19 and seats are on a first-come first-serve basis. Open Rehearsals are a great way to hear beautiful music and see the musicians interact as they perfect their craft.

The BSO has other programs for classical music aficionados and novices alike. Check out their website for more information.