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Boston Symphony Orchestra cancels all live performances through spring

The orchestra also teased a new virtual series, featuring musicians recorded in an empty Symphony Hall.

17 reasons for pop music fans to celebrate the fall

There’s plenty to please music fans through the end of 2020, from new album releases, reissues, livestreamed shows, books, and documentaries.

10 reasons to keep falling for classical music

Online programming means a world of possibilities for Boston concertgoers.

Skylark Vocal Ensemble spreads its wings into digital programming

The group quickly shelved its 2020-21 season in favor of an online subscription service.

Watch: BSO players play pop-up shows around Boston

With the orchestra's Rolling Recitals initiative, players made their first public performances since mid-March.

Musicians are showing there’s more than one way to rock the vote

With virtual concerts, newly released music, videos and PSAs, many musicians are committing themselves to voter education and mobilization leading up to the election.

Post Malone, Kelly Clarkson, BTS set for Billboard Awards

The show will air live on NBC at 8 p.m. EST. Some of the performances will be live, while others were pre-taped due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Rounder Records at 50, and the ragtag trio who started it all

Launched from a Somerville apartment by three "hippies" in 1970, one of the most influential labels in roots music reaches a milestone.