Celebrating our 97th Season!

Spring Appeal

For our May 1 concert at NEC’s Jordan Hall, the Civic is back and in full bloom,
performing works for a full orchestra for the first time in three years. Like most
performing organizations, we have gone through some difficult times and are
hoping you will help us out by making a contribution to our 2022 Spring Appeal.

Your charitable gift to the Civic enables us to:
$5,000 – Provide funding for our guest artists for the year
$2,500 – Support our music rentals for the season
$1,000 – Support our instrument rental fees for one concert
$500 – Help support our audio recording fees for one performance
$250 – Underwrite our paid advertising for one concert
$100 – Provide funding for our concert poster outside Jordan Hall
$50 – Cover the cost of copying parts for one performance

No donation is too small! Every contributor will have their name listed on the
donor page of our May 1 concert book and be acknowledged in a Constant
Contact e-mail.

For a larger contribution you may receive one of the following:

$5,000 – An afternoon or evening with Francisco Noya.  Spend a few hours with Music Director Noya, which could include cocktails, dinner, or even a game of tennis!

$1,000 – A Personal call or Zoom meeting with Francisco Noya thanking you for your
donation

$500 – Sponsorship of one of the pieces to be performed at our May 1 concert.

$250 – Special “sneak peek” video giving you details about our 98th season prior to the
public announcement

How to Contribute

Or By Check Payable to:

Boston Civic Symphony
P.O. Box 1082
Brookline, MA 02446

Sunday, May 1, 2022  – 3:00 PM EST

Sunday, May 1, 2022 – 3:00 PM EST

New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall

A Selection of American Spirituals
Gustav Mahler – Lieder
Philip Lima, baritone soloist
Dvořák - Symphony No. 9 "From the New World"

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
The Swett Wealth Management Group, UBS Financial Services Inc.Massachusetts Cultural Council

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below to view
SUNDAY, October 31, 2021<br>3:00 PM EST

SUNDAY, October 31, 2021
3:00 PM EST

Francisco Noya, conductor

W. A. Mozart - Don Giovanni Overture K. 527
William Grant Still – Ennanga for Harp, Piano, and Strings
Charles Overton, Harp
Laura Villafranca, Piano
F. J. Haydn – Symphony No. 104 in D Major “London”

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
The Swett Wealth Management Group, UBS Financial Services Inc.Massachusetts Cultural Council

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below to view
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2021  – 1:00PM EST and 3:30PM EST

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2021 – 1:00PM EST and 3:30PM EST

Francisco Noya, conductor

A FAMILY HOLIDAY POPS
Fenway Center, Northeastern University
77 St. Stephen St, Boston
1:00PM EST and 3:30PM EST

We will not have a LIVESTREAM for this concert.

Click program below to view

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
The Swett Wealth Management Group, UBS Financial Services Inc.

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below to view
Sunday, March 6, 2022 – 3:00 PM EST

Sunday, March 6, 2022 – 3:00 PM EST

New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall

Jonathan Bailey Holland - Colors
Mozart Piano Concerto in D minor K466
Yutong Sun, piano soloist
Beethoven - Symphony No 4 in Bb major, op. 60

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
The Swett Wealth Management Group, UBS Financial Services Inc.Massachusetts Cultural Council

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below to view

Purchase Tickets

Sunday March 6 at 3:00pm

Holland, Mozart, & Beethoven

Yutong Sun, Piano Soloist
Prices: $8.00 – $45.00

Sunday May 1, 2022 at 3:00pm

MAHLER & DVORAK

Philip Lima, Baritone
Prices: $8.00 – $45.00

May 1 Concert Ticket Policy

Based on a review of CDC community level guidelines, and in conjunction with our area’s high vaccination rates, beginning on Monday, April 4,masks will be optional on the NEC campus for those who are up-to-date with COVID-19 vaccinations.  As of this date, NEC will no longer require individuals who are up to date on vaccination to wear a mask during performances, rehearsals, or events of any kind.  This includes all audience members, performers, administrative staff, and vendors participating in any events in NEC facilities.  
 
NEC front of house staff will continue to manage the audience experience for all public events, including checking proof of COVID-19 vaccination documentation for all audience members at the point of arrival.  Vaccination standards continue to remain in place for all performers, administrators, engineers, and vendors as dictated by NEC’s 21-22 venue license agreements and COVID-19 addendum.  However, as of April 4, NEC front of house staff will no longer monitor audience members for mask wearing, nor will masks be a requirement for entry to NEC events for those who show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.  
 
Please be advised that all persons who are not fully vaccinated for COVID-19, for any reason, must wear a mask at all times while on the NEC campus.  Upon entry to performances and events, patrons who elect to show a negative COVID-19 test rather than a record of vaccination will be asked to wear a mask as a condition of attendance.
 
NEC asks all external organizations to update their messaging to their constituents to ensure that access to NEC performance venues remains simple and streamlined.  
 
As COVID is still with us, NEC will continue to review relevant data and guidance relating to COVID-19 protocols and may make changes based on updates to CDC community level guidelines, scientific data and public health guidance, transmission rates, and federal, state, or local guidelines and recommendations. 

 

Printed programs will be available.  However you will still be able to access a digital program which will be available on our website and sent to all ticket-buyers.

 

Refreshments will not be sold.

 

We ask that you purchase your tickets in advance.

 

The box office at NEC will not be open on concert day. If you must purchase a ticket the day of the concert, please go to our Will Call table on the main level. There will be no cash transactions – credit cards or personal checks only. If you wish to place a phone order, please call 617-923-6333 and leave a message. Your phone call will be returned within 48 hours by a staff person working remotely. The number will have either a 732 or 617 area code.

Please print your tickets in advance.

 

In order to avoid lines at Will Call, please print out tickets in advance. If you do not have access to a printer, please e-mail thebostoncivicsymphony@gmail.com. We will have your ticket waiting at Will Call the day of the concert.

If you have any questions, please e-mail thebostoncivicsymphony@gmail.com.

2021-2022 Ticket Policy

The safety of our musicians, staff, and patrons are of utmost importance. We are closely monitoring and following guidance provided by federal, state, and local authorities. Working with the staff at New England Conservatory, the Civic will be implementing the following ticket policies for our three classical concerts at Jordan Hall. We will continue to monitor mandates from public health agencies in the coming months. Should there be any changes during the season, we will inform you.

 

Proof of Vaccination or Negative Test

NEC requires all patrons to present proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test at the point of entry to Jordan Hall during ticket checks. A negative COVID 19 test must either be a PCR test taken within the last 72 hours or an antigen test taken within the last 24 hours. Proof of vaccination may be in the form of a physical vaccination card or legible and identifiable scan, photo, or digital record of vaccination.

 

All audience members will be required to wear a mask at all times.  

 

There will be no subscription series this year and we will only be selling tickets to each upcoming concert.

 

Audience capacity will be capped at 450 people and concerts will be limited to ninety minutes with no intermission.

 

There will be no paper programs. A digital program will be available on our website and sent to all ticket-buyers.

 

Refreshments will not be sold.

 

We ask that you purchase your tickets in advance.

The box office at NEC will not be open on concert day. If you must purchase a ticket the day of the concert, please go to our Will Call table on the main level. There will be no cash transactions – credit cards or personal checks only. If you wish to place a phone order, please call 617-923-6333 and leave a message. Your phone call will be returned within 48 hours by a staff person working remotely. The number will have either a 732 or 617 area code.

All seats will be three feet apart.

The staff at NEC has given us a mandatory seating chart which appears on our web site. Every other seat is blocked out.

Please print your tickets in advance.

In order to avoid lines at Will Call, please print out tickets in advance. If you do not have access to a printer, please e-mail thebostoncivicsymphony@gmail.com. We will have your ticket waiting at Will Call the day of the concert.

We thank you for your patience during these past few months. If you have any questions, please e-mail thebostoncivicsymphony@gmail.com.

Subscription Offerings

Subscription Offering:

2-Concert Series (Choose Two)

  1. Epstein, Brahms, & Tchaikovsky
  2. Hindemith, Tchaikovsky, & Concerto Winners
  3. Bates & Beethoven

  • ADULTS: $72
  • SENIORS: $64
  • CHILDREN UNDER 18 /
    STUDENTS WITH ID: $16
Purchase Series
Subscription Offering:

3-Concert Series

  1. Epstein, Brahms, & Tchaikovsky
  2. Hindemith, Tchaikovsky, & Concerto Winners
  3. Bates & Beethoven

  • ADULTS: $100
  • SENIORS: $90
  • CHILDREN UNDER 18 /
    STUDENTS WITH ID: $22
Purchase Series
Subscription Offering:

4-Concert Series

  1. Epstein, Brahms, & Tchaikovsky
  2. Family Holiday Pops
  3. Hindemith, Tchaikovsky, & Concerto Winners
  4. Bates & Beethoven

  • ADULTS: $112
  • SENIORS: $98
  • CHILDREN UNDER 18 /
    STUDENTS WITH ID: $28
Purchase Series
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