The Boston Pops will be performing with Tanglewood Festival Chorus led by James Burton.
In PersonVirtualExperience the magic of this season with GBH Music's Holiday Spectacular, an enchanting evening featuring some of the best musical acts in Massachusetts. The event offers families a front-row seat to an unparalleled lineup of performers, including The Renaissance Men, a Boston-based ensemble of eight male voices known for their close-knit a cappella harmonies; Blue Heron, a Renaissance and medieval vocal choir led by Scott Metcalfe which will bring audiences back to the sounds of the earliest holiday celebrations; pianist John Paul McGee, who will perform holiday favorites in his signature "Gospejazzical" genre; the angelic singers of the Handel and Haydn Youth Chorus Chamber Choir led by conductor Alyson Greer Espinosa; and members of the triumphant and jubilant New England Brass Band led by Music Director Mark Olson.
One of the most accessible events for families this season, GBH Music's Holiday Spectacular, invites music lovers to be part of a live studio production inside GBH's Calderwood Studio, which will glow with festive cheer, including a dramatic snowscape of light designed to herald the start of winter. Musical selections will transport listeners into an unforgettable journey into the holiday spirit with everything from traditional carols to new compositions, each capturing the harmony and passion of this special time of year. WCRB Classical 99.5's charismatic morning drive host, Laura Carlo, and afternoon drive host, Greg Ferrisi, will team up for the first time as the live presenters of this one-of-a-kind holiday experience.
This event is offered for both in-person and virtual guests. You have two ticket options:
The in-studio experience is taking place from 7:30 to 9pm ET. $40 in-studio ticket includes general admission seating.
Join the virtual event, from 7:30-9pm ET. This event is free, but registration is required.
Photo credit: A scene from the GBH’s 2018 Holiday Concert in Calderwood Studio (Meredith Nierman)
The event is sponsored by the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund and The Boston Foundation.
As part of its commitment to making world-class live music available to the broadest possible audience, GBH Music welcomes the Ulysses Quartet as its first-ever quartet in residence.
Live at GBH - Concerts to Watch
GBH Music welcomes Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing for the next installment in our music series, playing Grieg, Tchaikovsky, Ravel, and icy music from her new album, "Arctic."
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Bob Dylan performed three nights in Boston – with fans turning out to the Orpheum Theatre to see the music legend.
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