Legendary Conductor Bernard Haitink Has Died, Age 92

Haitink took the podium at many of the premiere concert halls in the world and forged, among others, a creative partnership with the CSO, where he served as principal conductor from 2006 to 2010.

A hopeful pandemic note: Tanglewood music festival to resume

The Boston Symphony Orchestra hasn’t played live for fans since the coronavirus pandemic hit a year ago, but it’s returning to the stage in July for the outdoor Tanglewood festival.

Boston Symphony Orchestra taps Gail Samuel as 1st female CEO

The current president of the Hollywood Bowl and chief operating officer of the Los Angeles Philharmonic will be the BSO’s eighth president overall.

Boston Symphony cancels Asia tour amid China virus outbreak

The Boston Symphony Orchestra has canceled its coming tour of Asia amid concerns about the deadly virus in China.

‘Show must go on:’ Stranded in Europe, Boston Symphony Orchestra improvises

The renowned orchestra very nearly missed the last stop on its 12-concert, eight-city European tour when it got stuck in Paris en route to the Dutch capital.