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Wed, Apr 11, 2018 8:00pm –


Carnegie Hall
881 7th Ave
New York  New York  10019
United States
Carnegie Hall

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Image: Conductor, Andris Nelsons; Photo credit: Kayana Syzmczak

With its brilliant Music Director and Conductor Andris Nelsons on the podium, the Boston Symphony Orchestra is enjoying a new golden age. The orchestra displays its versatility and virtuosity in a jazz-inspired work by the late Gunther Schuller, a richly scored Mozart piano concerto, and one of Beethoven’s most stirring symphonies. His mighty “Eroica” thrills with its grand scale and muscular power—a magnificent depiction of the heroic that boldly heralds the Romantic era.

Tickets are available only to current Columbia students, faculty, and staff, and can be purchased both online and in person at the TIC in Lerner Hall lobby.

All tickets must be picked up at the TIC with a current CUID. There is a limit of 2 tickets per CUID per show.