U-Haul TR: Boston, MA
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member BONSAIRAD
N 42° 21.500 W 071° 03.583
19T E 330376 N 4691617
Quick Description: Musical notes and a violin.It must be the Boston Pops.
Location: Massachusetts, United States
Date Posted: 2/27/2010 4:18:50 PM
Waymark Code: WM8A9E
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member The Blue Quasar
Views: 56

Long Description:
Arthur Fiedler led the Boston Pops until his death in 1979, transforming the organization into a national institution in America, a musical ambassador abroad, and the most-recorded orchestra in the world. Regular radio broadcasts and the PBS television series “Evening at Pops” began during his tenure.
By the time John Williams was appointed Boston Pops Conductor in January 1980, he was the world’s best-known film composer. He also had an enviable classical training, had worked as a jazz pianist, and had arranged albums for popular artists. He brought to the podium the background, talent, and celebrity to succeed at a daunting assignment. He both broadened and updated the Pops repertoire, writing and commissioning new compositions while also introducing arrangements of recent popular music—such as film scores—that would be suitable for orchestral performance. He maintained the popularity of “Evening at Pops” and led a series of best-selling recordings.

At Christmas 1991, John Williams announced that he would step down as Conductor at the end of 1993, at which time he assumed the title of Laureate Conductor. He also agreed to serve as Music Advisor while the BSO again took on a seemingly impossible task—finding someone to succeed him. Keith Lockhart, the twentieth Boston Pops Conductor and only the third since Arthur Fiedler, was appointed in February 1995.

Under Keith Lockhart, the orchestra has dramatically increased its touring activities, performing in concert halls and sports arenas across the country. The Pops received its first Grammy nomination for “The Celtic Album," and "The Latin Album" received a Latin Grammy nod. In 2004 the orchestra released “Sleigh Ride,” its first self-produced recording. The perennially popular July Fourth concert is now telecast nationally on CBS. New programs such as Jazzfest and Edgefest showcase artists from different musical worlds and attract an even wider audience to Boston Pops concerts in the 21st century.
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Coordinates of Featured Scene: N 39° 43.741 W 083° 56.225

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