BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCES 2019–20 SEASON CELEBRATING ANDRIS NELSONS’ FIFTH ANNIVERSARY AS MUSIC DIRECTOR, SEPTEMBER 19–MAY 2

THE 2019–20 BSO SEASON—FEATURING ANDRIS NELSONS LEADING 15 PROGRAMS IN HIS FIFTH ANNIVERSARY AS BSO MUSIC DIRECTOR—REPRESENTS AN EXCEPTIONAL VARIETY OF MUSIC IN WIDE-RANGING STYLES, OFFERING BSO AUDIENCES FRESH, INNOVATIVE PROJECTS ALONGSIDE MANY OF THE MOST POPULAR AND IMPRESSIVE WORKS EVER COMPOSED FOR ORCHESTRA

• SEVEN WORLD AND AMERICAN PREMIERES AND 14 ARTIST DEBUTS

• THE FIRST-EVER JOINT APPEARANCES BY THE BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AND GEWANDHAUSORCHESTER

• AN ONGOING COMMITMENT TO OPERA WITH ACT III OF WAGNER'S TRISTAN UND ISOLDE, STARRING JONAS KAUFMANN

• A CONTINUATION OF THE BSO’S MULTIPLE GRAMMY-WINNING SHOSTAKOVICH PERFORMANCE AND RECORDING CYCLE

• THE BSO’S FIRST PERFORMANCES IN SEOUL, TAIPEI, HONG KONG, AND SHANGHAI UNDER THE DIRECTION OF ANDRIS NELSONS

• PIANISTS LUCAS AND ARTHUR JUSSEN, VIOLINIST DANIEL LOZAKOVICH, PIANIST SEONG-JIN CHO, AND CONDUCTOR CONSTANTINOS CARYDIS IN THEIR BSO DEBUTS

• CHRISTOPH VON DOHNÁNYI, MITSUKO UCHIDA, SUSANNA MÄLKKI, SIR ANDRÁS SCHIFF, AND MIDORI IN HIGHLY ANTICIPATED RETURNS

 

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