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Behind the Music

A pair of performances with preshow lectures that are anything but pedantic.

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  1. 1. “Classics Declassified”

    September 16 at Symphony Space

    Leon Botstein, the charismatic conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra, is renowned for his progressive approach; here, he’ll deconstruct and discuss the story behind Dvorák’s gorgeous “New World” Symphony before his very capable group plays it.

  2. 2. “Works & Process”

    September 16 and 17 at the Guggenheim

    The museum’s cozy theater is the perfect venue for intimate performances and panel discussions; this time, creative minds from the Boston Ballet explain what’s behind fresh pieces performed by the company’s dancers.


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