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Media Coverage:

December 27, 2018: NEMPAC and Boston Landmarks Orchestra Delivers Standing Room only Messiah Concert (Charlestown Patriot-Bridge Newspaper)

December 16, 2018: Never mind the hashtags. In classical music, it’s all about connection (The Boston Globe)

August 30, 2018: Mercury (Orchestra) rises in Boston Landmarks’ muggy summer sendoff (Boston Classical Review)

August 16, 2018: Boston Landmarks Orchestra explores environmental issues in long, sea-faring voyage (Boston Classical Review)

August 15, 2018: Landmarks Orchestra Highlights The Songs of Whales at the Hatch Shell (WBUR/The ARTery)

August 8, 2018: Boston Landmarks Orchestra’s world premiere of Stella Sung’s ‘Oceana’ celebrates diversity of human and marine life (SAMPAN)

August 8, 2018: What to Do in Boston in August 2018 (Conde Naste Traveler)

August 4, 2018: Memory and Celebration in Outdoor Requiem (The Boston Musical Intelligencer)

August 2, 2018: The marvels of a musical take on ‘Moby Dick’ (The Boston Globe)

August 2, 2018: Wilkins leads Boston Landmarks Orchestra in a sweeping and intense Verdi Requiem (Boston Classical Review)

August 1, 2018: Free Things to Do in Boston, August 2018 (Boston Magazine)

July 30, 2018: Must-Sea Summer Music (The Improper Bostonian)

July 29, 2018: Verdi Wakes the Grateful Dead (Boston Musical Intelligencer)

July 29, 2018: Cohasset native featured soloist at Hatch Shell (Wicked Local)

July 26, 2018: BHCA Members Enjoy Boston Landmarks Orchestra  Summer Concert on the Esplanade (Beacon Hill Times)

July 24, 2018: BU Tanglewood Institute Musicians Go to the Esplanade (BU Today)

July 20, 2018: Heavenly Hatch Programming (The Boston Musical Intelligencer)

July 19, 2018: Boston Landmarks Orchestra opens summer season with “The Planets,” world premiere (Boston Classical Review)

July 19, 2018: Psst, Wanna Sing Verdi To An Audience Of 6,000? Boston’s One City Choir Offers Unique Opportunities For Singers… And A Model Other Cities Can Follow (Thrive Global)

July 18, 2018: Music Inspired by the Heavens Tonight on the Esplanade (BU Today)

July 16, 2018: Stars align for Holst’s “The Planets” at the Hatch Shell (

July 16, 2018: Roslindale resident to perform as featured soloist with Boston Landmarks Orchestra (Wicked Local)

July 13, 2018: Pompous, Celestial, Celebratory, and Free (Boston Musical Intelligencer)

July 13, 2018: High 5: Free Events (

July 12, 2018: Meredith Hansen to Appear As Featured Soloist In Boston Landmarks Orchestra’s Verdi Requieum (Broadway World)

July 12, 2018: With a collaborative piece for Boston Landmarks Orchestra, ZUMIX students reach for the stars (The Boston Globe)

July 9, 2018:  Celebrate the city every Wednesday at the Hatch Shell (MetroWest Daily News)

July 8, 2018: 5 Fun Things To Do In Boston This Week (Boston Metro)

July 7, 2018: Boston Landmarks Orchestra 2018 Season Begins July 11 (The Boston Sun)

June 29, 2018: Warm-weather fun right here in Massachusetts (The Bay State Banner)

June 28, 2018: BPR’s Summer Concert Roundtable (WGBH)

June 15, 2018: Christopher Wilkins interviewed on Boston Public Radio (audio) (WGBH)

May 18, 2018: Critic’s picks: From Bach to ‘The Barber of Seville,’ 10 can’t-miss classical events (The Boston Globe)

May 1, 2018: Boston Landmarks Orchestra Announces 2018 Free Summer Concerts (Broadway World)