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$10 & up -- Boston Philharmonic Plays Bartok & Brahms*

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By Kristyn Schiavone

The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra's November program features Gramophone Award winner Patricia Kopatchinskaja playing Bartok's Violin Concerto No. 2. Travelzoo subscribers can see the concert, which also includes pieces by Weber and Brahms, for half off the regular price.

Choose from the following performances:

  • Sanders Theater in Cambridge, Thursday & Sunday, Nov. 21 & 24 ... $25-$50 (reg. $50-$100)
  • Mechanics Hall in Worcester, Friday, Nov. 22 ... $10-$25 (reg. $20-$50)
  • Jordan Hall in Boston, Saturday, Nov. 23 ... $25-$50 (reg. $50-$100)

The Nov. 21 performance is part of BPO's Discovery Series, in which conductor Benjamin Zander gives commentary on the pieces included in the performance. Reference the booking link for more information and performance times.

Book by Nov. 20.
Restrictions may apply. Additional fees of $8 per order will apply. Fees are determined by the venue and ticketing agent and not by Travelzoo. Full-price tickets are subject to the same fees.