For 75 years, the Celebrity Series of Boston has been welcoming artists to the city's concert halls and helping to establish our reputation as one of the nation's leading metropolises for the performing arts. The organization's programming, which includes orchestras, opera, dance companies, jazz, and more, is diverse, eclectic, and impeccably curated. Its upcoming presentations, which demonstrate the vitality of the arts in Boston, will also help to comfort us. Performances include baritone Thomas Hampson and the Jupiter String Quartet on April 26 at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, NPR's Terry Gross speaking about her popular show, Fresh Air on May 10 at Harvard University's Sanders Theatre, and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater presenting a series of shows from May 16 to 19 at the Citi Wang Theatre. Looking ahead to the next season of the Celebrity Series of Boston, which kicks off in September 2013, highlights will include jazz greats such as Sonny Rollins, Wynton Marsalis, Wayne Shorter, and Bela Fleck, as well as the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, soprano Deborah Voigt, the Paul Taylor Dance Company, and NPR's Ira Glass. We look forward to welcoming these wonderful artists to Boston. But we also invite and look forward to welcoming you.
Share the joy of music, dance, and more at the city's magnificent concert venues with us. Stand with us as we heal. Witness Boston Strong in person. The Celebrity Series is yet another shining example that we are open for business.
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