Located in the Fenway area of Boston, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is home to the nation's longest-running museum music program. Concerts are held in the museum’s intimate and atmospheric Tapestry Room gallery and feature performances by the museum’s own Gardner Chamber Orchestra, world-renowned chamber music groups and soloists, and
some of today's most talented emerging artists. Under the direction of Scott Nickrenz, the Sunday Concert Series and Young Artists Showcase concerts fill the Gardner with music nearly every Sunday afternoon from September through May. The museum also hosts jazz and new music concerts in the Jazz at the Gardner and Avant Gardner series on select Thursday evenings as part of Gardner After Hours.Since 2006, the Gardner's free classical podcast The Concert has attracted an international audience for its high-caliber programs of music recorded live in the Tapestry Room. In addition, the museum's extensive online music library offers a great way to get a taste of the concert series, enjoy favorite performances from years past, or preview some of the upcoming season's artists. More information about Music at the Gardner is available here.
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