Free Hatch Shell Concert, Annual Green Concert
Let's attend the the Annual Green Concert at the Boston's Hatch Shell. This got to be one of Boston's best, free, open-air, summer offerings.
Meeting time is set for 6:30 pm, however I encourage you to arrive earlier to claim your seats, picnic and socialize a little before the music starts. You can bring your own chair or rent one from the venue for $5. The meeting spot is set next to the first statue (General George Patton) located near the front, left-side of the stage.
Directions & Parking
The best way to travel is via public transportation, nearest T stations: Red Line @ Charles Street/MGH, Green Line @ Arlington Street.
There is no parking on Storrow Drive. Public parking is available at the Boston Common Garage and Charles Circle Laz Parking Lot next to the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.
Boston Landmarks Orchestra and the New England Aquarium present a moving and thought-provoking orchestral program paired with videos of the environmental impacts of climate change. Stunningly evocative music accompanies dramatic landscapes captured in film and photography. The music of Vaughan Williams’s Sinfonia antartica—first conceived as a film score—accompanies a new film shot entirely in Antarctica. Reverence for nature and a sense of foreboding reverberate in Dvořák’s masterpiece, his seventh symphony.
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