After much hemming and hawing......I decided to try to host some of the Landmarks Concerts....despite the multiple added rules(grrrr, see below). Also, I'm not even the 10th of event host that Will is. Those things being said...as the great band Queen sang..."the show must on".
I will try to be about 10-15 feet from the music board(they usually have a tent over the sound board) in the middle of the oval. Left hand side, closest to the river. If you running late past 7, you can try to text me and I will try to get back to you once the piece in progress concludes. No texting/calling during the music! The more early arrivals we have...the more space we can claim. :) In the picture below, we would be sitting just outside the picture middle left.
The acclaimed orchestra of Boston’s medical community is one of the Landmarks Orchestra’s longest running musical partners. Music director Ronald Feldman leads a program of classic works offered in the spirit of service, celebrating the international nature of this exceptional institution.
(Concert starts 7PM sharp!)
Longwood Symphony Orchestra
Ronald Feldman, conductor
with the New World Chorale
Bizet: Carmen Suite No. 1
Saint-Saens: Cello Concerto No. 1
Natasha Farny, cello
Bizet: Carmen Suite No. 2
Where: DCR's Hatch Shell on the Esplanade
For directions to the Hatch Shell click here.
For weather alerts: Call[masked] or Text LANDMARKS to 51555
From Kirk: No rain location this year. No Backpacks, alcohol, big tarps(why???), liquids must be a clear plastic containers not to exceed 2 liters in size, no cans, very small personal bags only....I'm sure there's more but those are the key ones I found.