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The Boston Symphony Orchestra is one of the United States' major 'Big Five' orchestras.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra is one of the United States' major 'Big Five' orchestras. During symphony season, you can join a behind-the-scenes tour of the Irving W and Charlotte F Rabb Symphony Hall to discover the history and traditions of the musicians and conductors as well as the Hall. The season runs from October to April, and if you are visiting during these months, it is worth catching a performance.
301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA, United States
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