PERFORMANCES

  • Salon 1
    Wed, Nov 30
    Allen Center for Arts and Culture
    Join members of Pro Arte's brass section for what has become a new annual tradition featuring festive favorites to kick off the holiday season.
  • Volcanic! Non-subscription concert
    Sun, Jan 08
    Sanders Theatre
    Pro Arte returns to Sanders Theatre in Cambridge for a special concert of earth-moving music. Conductor Emerita Gisèle Ben-Dor conducts Carreño and Beethoven, and Boston Symphony violin Lucia Lin gives a special encore performance of Jofre's new concerto Mauna Loa.
  • Salon 2
    Sun, Feb 05
    Allen Center for Arts and Culture
    Cosy up with one of Pro Arte's regular string quartets as they return to present an afternoon of chamber music to warm the soul in the midst of winter.
  • Concertos for One and All
    Sun, Mar 26
    Location is TBD
    Coming from Boston Festival Orchestra, Alyssa Wang makes her Pro Arte debut in a program featuring everyone on the stage. Violinist Steven Copes returns for a concert where all voices are equal and all parts share in the spotlight.
  • Salon 3
    Sun, Apr 30
    Allen Center for Arts and Culture
    The members of Pro Arte's wind section perform a colorful, exciting program perfect for a spring day.
  • Dancing Through the Ages
    Sun, May 21
    Location is TBD
    Assistant Conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Earl Lee leads Pro Arte for the second year in a row through a concert spanning full of energy and vibrancy. Dance with them in the final orchestra concert of Season 45.
  • Salon 4
    Sun, Jun 11
    Allen Center for Arts and Culture
    Pro Arte's new concertmaster brings together members of the string section for a Salon of sublime music to conclude the season.
  • Serenades and Illuminations
    Sat, Oct 01
    Second Church in Newton
    The first concert of Season 45 featuring the music of Strauss, Britten, and Brahms.

SEASON 45

 

Forty-five years strong, Pro Arte continues to present vibrant concerts to excite audiences across Boston and beyond. With four guest conductors, three guest soloists, a special non-subscription return to Sanders Theatre, and more, this season promises something for everyone.