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Boston Landmarks Orchestra at the Hatch Shell

Posted by Milva DiDomizio  July 10, 2012 12:59 PM

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The Boston Landmarks Orchestra performing at the Hatch Shell


A blanket, a picnic, and beautiful music under the stars make for memorable summer nights. The Boston Landmarks Orchestra's 2012 Landmarks Festival at the Shell offers eight opportunities beginning Wednesday with an all-Copland program. A One City Choir, which includes hundreds of voices from Boston area choruses, performs selections from "The Tender Land" and other works. Upcoming concerts present merengue and mambo, opera, music celebrating Shakespeare, and more.

Free concerts at 7 p.m. at DCR Memorial Hatch Shell, Boston. Rain location: Back Bay Events Center, 180 Berkeley St., Boston. www.landmarksorchestra.org

  • July 11, opening night, Copland program
  • July 18, Fiesta sinf√≥nica
  • July 25, At the River, annual "green" concert
  • Aug. 1, Boston Civic Symphony
  • Aug. 8, Boston Lyric Opera
  • Aug. 15, Longwood Symphony Orchestra
  • Aug. 22, Landmarks Virtuosos
  • Aug. 29, Symphonic Shakespeare
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