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Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire

Gustav Mahler

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The final offering, Bela Bartok’s Concerto for Orchestra…was more of Woods’ time in the sun, with the conductor teasing out the disparate themes in elegant contours…

Basil Considine, The Boston Musical Intelligencier, November, 11, 2013

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Music Director and Conductor, Cynthia Woods, guided the really large ensemble through their paces with…gusto and exuberance.

And the audience loved it…

Jim McDonald, The Boston Musical Intelligencier, May 2013

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The first piece played was “Upbeat!”…conducted by Cynthia Woods the outcome was dynamic and immersing.

John Galigour, Sun Valley News, OR, February, 2009

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intelligent, out of the ordinary programming…

Vance R, Koven, The Boston Musical Intelligencer, May 2010

 

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Cambridge Symphony Orchestra  presents Tosca in Concert

With English Subtitles

In collaboration with the New England Conservatory Children’s Chorus and the Cambridge Community Chorus

Sunday, March 16th, 4:00 PM at Kresge Auditorium, MIT