Calling All Runners!
Team Brookline, the official Brookline Team of the Boston Marathon, is seeking runners for the 2019 Marathon Team. Team Brookline has been a great source of support for the Brookline community and our orchestra. Since 2012, 125 runners have raised nearly $1.5 million support education, literacy, mental health, youth development and the arts.
Applications are available now through October 12th for interested runners to join the 2019 Team Brookline marathon team.
Searching for a Treasurer
The Brookline Symphony Orchestra (a 501(c)(3) organization) seeks a treasurer for our volunteer Board of Directors. Ideal candidates will be passionate about advancing classical music and interested in being an active part of our community.
Brookline Symphony Orchestra Announces 2018-2019 Concert Season
The Brookline Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Andrew Altenbach are proud to announce their 2018–2019 season, filled with programming that contains audience favorites alongside new works and hidden treasures. Brookline Symphony’s ninth season boasts a number of female composers, including Florence Price, the first African-American woman to have a composition played by a major orchestra, and , the New York Philharmonic's Kravis Emerging Composer in 2015. Also featured is 2018 Concerto Competition winner Andrew Heath, who will perform Henri Tomasi’s Trumpet Concerto.
The season opens on October 27 with works by Anna Clyne and Henri Tomasi, and showcases Johannes Brahms’ fourth and final Symphony. December 15 brings a Nordic program of Carl Nielsen and Anna Thorvaldsdottir, as well as Jean Sibelius’ popular Symphony No. 5. The new year opens on March 16 with American repertoire that includes two pieces by Samuel Barber, Florence Price’s Mississippi Suite, and Grace Williams’ Fairest of Stars for soprano and orchestra. The season will conclude on June 1 with a bohemian-infused program with Zdenek Fibich’s Vesna, and Gustav Mahler’s powerful Symphony No. 1.