Boston will take care of your mornings

Boston will take care of your mornings


norman lebrecht

March 18, 2020

The Boston Symphony has prepared a raft of activities during its Corona closure.

Among them:
Six weeks of daily curated audio offerings available each weekday morning at 10 a.m. through, starting Monday, March 23.

Video from previously released BSO productions, including “BSO360” and “Tanglewood Tales,” that take viewers on a behind the scenes adventure of the BSO’s activities in Boston and at Tanglewood, available through the BSO’s YouTube channel or through

Self-produced videos from BSO musicians and conductors featuring anecdotes, personal reflections and insights, and short informal performances, as they stay at home during the coronavirus outbreak, to be released periodically through the BSO’s social media channels.

WCRB 99.5 FM to present “BSO Encores: Nightly@8”, Monday-Saturday, 8-10 p.m., starting Monday, March 23, at 8 p.m., spotlighting favorite Boston Symphony Orchestra live-recorded broadcasts from the past five seasons, including performances under the direction of Andris Nelsons.


  • Patrick says:

    Back to the days of Koussevitzky rehearsals on the radio! (I wish)

    • NYMike says:

      I remember a Koussy radio rehearsal of Shostakovich Symphony #7 when I was still in high school. He was my favorite conductor and for certain repertoire still is.

  • Barry Guerrero says:

    Boston strong!

  • brian says:

    Someone tell that fellow in the middle he needs to change his jersey to Tampa Bay Bucs.

  • Fiddlist says:

    For goodness’ sakes, no more #12’s please! You’re twisting the knife that’s already in the heart.