Help us celebrate our 20th anniversary!

Boston Landmarks Orchestra is One of Eighteen U.S. Orchestras and Youth Orchestras to Receive $30,000 Grant from the League of American Orchestras American Orchestras’ Futures Fund Grant to Advance Innovation

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Past Concerts and Events

August 18, 2020 at 7:00pm
She’s The First

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July 29, 2020 at 7:00pm
Dances and Delights

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August 13, 2020 at 7:00pm
Women in Music panel discussion

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July 15, 2020 at 7:00pm
Simple Gifts

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Celebrating Black Artistry in Boston and Beyond

Landmarks Orchestra believes deeply in the values of equity and inclusion.

We grieve the continued loss of Black lives.

We will continue to work with partners across Boston that represent our city’s many diverse communities to shine a spotlight on the injustices of racism and inequality. Through our work we pledge to build opportunities for authentic dialogue and understanding, and provide a stage for all of us to share our stories.

Learn to Conduct with our Virtual Maestro Zone!

Have you ever wanted to learn to conduct? Now is your chance with the Boston Landmarks Orchestra virtual Maestro Zone! Hear a special note from Maestro Christopher Wilkins by clicking on the microphone icon below. To start learning, click on the star icon below to watch our assistant conductor Shuang Fan show you the basic techniques. Then practice your new skills to the famous recordings below by clicking on the musical note icons.

Are you ready? Then grab your baton and step up to the podium, Maestro!

Landmarks Interludes

In this period of great uncertainty and anxiety, many of us are seeking out ways to relax and distract ourselves. One way to do this is through music. So, we want to help you take your mind elsewhere, and in the process share some music in which you can find comfort, solace, and joy.

So, take a break and enjoy Episode Sixteen with Landmarks principal cellist Aron Zelkowicz in our Interludes series.

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“It takes great courage to step out and lead a trail that hasn’t been cut yet, and in many ways, Boston Landmarks has done some of that.”

Emmett G. Price III, Dean and Executive Director of the Institute for Study of the Black Christian Experience, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, Landmarks Chair of Advisors

Boston Landmarks Orchestra 2019 Messiah Concert at the Great Hall, Faneuil Hall

A Landmarks Throwback

(Photo by Dominick Reuter/Boston Red Sox)

Check out this amazing photo of Boston Landmarks Orchestra from July 7, 2010. On this day, we celebrated our tenth anniversary with a special free family concert at Fenway Park – all 15,000 available seats were reserved within four days.

What a magnificent celebration it was!

Although our concerts are free to the public, they are not free to produce. Please make a tax deductible gift today! 

We’ve Moved!

Dear Landmarks Community,

As of Monday, March 16th we will no longer be working at our Cambridge office on Concord Avenue. We are preparing to relocate to another office space at a later time. In the interim, we will have our mail forwarded, but if you plan on sending us anything important, let us know so we can make sure it arrives. So, if you would like to mail directly, please send to P.O. Box 441160, Somerville, MA 02144. We will still be reachable at our phone number, 617-987-2000, and at our general email address, info (at) landmarksorchestra (dot) org. Thank you!

The Landmarks Team

For People with Disabilities

Boston Landmarks Orchestra believes in breaking down barriers for all people. We are proud to be a Mass. Cultural Council UP Organization.

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