The Boston Symphony Hall houses the Symphony Hall organ, an Aeolian Skinner designed by G. Donald Harrison that was first installed in 1949 and is still considered today to be of the finest concert hall organs. Such world premieres at the Boston Symphony Hall have included Rubin Goldmark#25;s Overture to Hiawatha, Seiji Ozawa conducting the premieres of Paul Seiko Chihara#25;s Concerto for Saxophone and more. It seats 2,625 people during Symphony season, and 2,371 during Pops.
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NO RECORDING DEVICES OR CAMERAS ALLOWED
The Boston Symphony Hall box office is open Monday through Saturday, 10am to 6pm from September through July before relocating to Tanglewood for remaining months. The box office is located in the main lobby with all forms of payment being accepted. Doors open 90 minutes prior to concert. Cameras and recording devices are prohibited inside venue. Children must be five years or older to attend Boston Symphony and Pops concerts, while youth and family concerts are for younger audiences. There is no dress code at the hall.
PICK UP TICKETS ONE HOUR PRIOR TO SHOW. CUSTOMER MUST PRESENT THE ACTUAL CREDIT CARD USED TO PLACE ORDER AND A PHOTO I.D.