Boston Symphony Orchestra Launches ‘BSO in Residence’ Program in JP

The Boston Symphony Orchestra recently launched a new program to engage the community and chose Jamaica Plain as the first neighborhood to benefit from it. The BSO celebrated its "BSO in Residence" program with a popup concert at the Loring-Greenough House on Sept. 28th and a public concert in Franklin Park on Oct. 1st. Through the program the BSO wants to"expand its reach beyond the walls of Symphony Hall and to "learn about (neighborhoods) cultural offerings and how the BSO might best share what it has to offer in return."

Boston Symphony Orchestra to Play Pop-up Concert at Loring-Greenough House on Thursday

As a warmup to their Oct. 1st Franklin Park concert, Boston Symphony Orchestra musicians will perform a free pop-up concert on the lawn at the Loring-Greenough House this Thursday (Sept. 28th). The pop-up concert will be part of Thursdays on the Lawn at the Loring-Greenough House, which is every Thursday during warmer months. Thursdays on the Lawn include food trucks, local vendors and lots of space for kids to run around and be kids.

Free BSO and Boston Pops Concert in Franklin Park on Oct. 1st

For the first-time ever the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops Orchestra will perform on the same stage in a free outdoor public venue at Franklin Park on Oct. 1st. The Boston Pops have actually performed at Franklin Park twice before, but this will be the first performance by the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Franklin Park. The outdoor concert will be led by BSO Music Director Andris Nelsons, Boston Pops Conductor Keith Lockhart and BSO Youth and Family Concerts Conductor Thomas Wilkins. This will be the first-time that Nelsons leads the BSO in an outdoor venue in Boston.