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Pianist Beatrice Rana Performs Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto With BSO and Guest Conductor Dima Slobodeniouk

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This season's BSO NOW offerings will feature the Boston Symphony led by Andris Nelsons and more.

Pianist Beatrice Rana Performs Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto With BSO and Guest Conductor Dima Slobodeniouk

Russian conductor Dima Slobodeniouk, who made his BSO debut in 2018 at Tanglewood, leads a program including Tchaikovsky's towering Piano Concerto No. 1, with dynamic young Italian pianist Beatrice Rana as soloist, and Dvorák's Brahms-influenced Symphony No. 7, which reveals both the composer's love for his native Bohemia and the influence of his mentor, Johannes Brahms.

This season's BSO NOW offerings, available through bso.org/now, will feature the Boston Symphony led by Andris Nelsons and guest conductors and the Boston Pops led by Keith Lockhart, as well as Thomas Wilkins leading both a BSO concert and BSO Youth and Family program, among other special programming. Click here for further details about the 2021-22 BSO NOW online performance series.

In addition, CRB Classical 99.5, a GBH station, presents live BSO radio broadcasts and online audio streams (accessed at bso.org/broadcast and classicalwcrb.org) of Saturday-evening concerts from Symphony Hall at 8 p.m., October 2-April 30.

Formal BSO titles for conductors referenced in this release: Andris Nelsons is the Ray and Maria Stata BSO Music Director; Thomas Wilkins is the BSO's Artistic Advisor, Education and Community Engagement, and the Germeshausen Youth and Family Concerts Conductor; and Keith Lockhart is the Julian and Eunice Cohen Boston Pops Conductor.

Ticket Information, Discounted Programs, and the BSO's Website and Social Media Channels
Tickets for the 2021-22 BSO season, starting at $25, are available for purchase through bso.org or by calling 888-266-1200. Click here for additional ticketing information, including details on the BSO's discounted ticket programs-the High School and College Cards, $25 tickets for patrons under 40, Rush Tickets, EBT Card to Culture, and Group Sales-as well as access information for patrons with disabilities.

Further details about the BSO's many activities and ticketing options are available at bso.org. Patrons can also interact with the Boston Symphony Orchestra on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/bostonsymphony); Twitter (https://twitter.com/BostonSymphony); Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/bostonsymphony/); and LinkedIn (https://linkedin.com/company/boston-symphony-orchestra/mycompany). Links with additional information appear below.

The orchestra remains strongly committed to the health and safety of audience members, musicians, and staff. Mask-wearing and proof of either vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test are required for entry to the hall. Updated pandemic protocols at Symphony Hall are available here or at bso.org/safety.

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