Music has been an integral part of the Gardner experience ever since the Museum opened in 1903 with a celebration that featured a performance by members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Winter/Spring 2014 Concert Season
Have you experienced a concert in Calderwood Hall yet? Each season brings new opportunities to hear amazing classical, jazz and contemporary music in this unique, intimate setting. Tickets for the winter/spring 2014 season are on sale now.
Isabella Stewart Gardner filled the Museum with artists of all kinds during her lifetime, including many notable musicians and composers who drew inspiration from the museum’s unique atmosphere.
Today, the Gardner Museum honors this musical legacy by welcoming world-renowned musicians and exciting emerging artists to perform classical masterpieces, new music, and jazz on Sunday afternoons and select Thursday evenings. The Museum’s rich musical program is also available to listeners across the globe through concert videos, audio recordings, and a free classical music podcast.
Calderwood Hall’s inaugural season kicked off in January 2012 and included performances by resident chamber orchestra A Far Cry, the Claremont Trio, New York Festival of Song, the Callithumpian Consort, and jazz students from Berklee College of Music.
Thursday evening concerts are made possible in part the Barbara Lee Program Fund. Fidelity Investments® is a premier sponsor of Music at the Gardner. The Sunday Concert Series is sponsored in part by Hemenway & Barnes LLP. Additional music funding provided by The Mattina R. Proctor Foundation. The piano is dedicated as the Alex d’Arbeloff Steinway. The Museum receives operating support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council. The piano is dedicated as the Alex d’Arberloff Steinway. Promotional support provided by WGBH.
Winter/spring concerts at the Gardner Museum
Want more music from the Gardner Museum?
Abrams Curator of Music
617 278 5150