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In Boston, One Dalton Street elevates the Four Seasons experience for a younger generation, with over-the-top amenities like a 64-foot lap pool that pipes in underwater acoustics from the nearby Boston Symphony Orchestra.

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Between the Contemporary Music Festival and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Tanglewood offered an exciting immersion into music both old and new last weekend

Three conductors made for three days of thrills with the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood

The Boston Symphony Orchestra premiered composer Kevin Puts’s “The Brightness of Light” Saturday at Tanglewood.

The Boston Symphony Orchestra opens its summer home in the Berkshires with Mozart, Mahler and Mutter, and Ekmeles performs with Bruce Brubaker and a massive musical instrument at the Met Breuer. What other classical concerts should you see?

Boston Symphony Orchestra begins Tanglewood season in style

Don't miss the lead-in to tonight's TV broadcast. Lots of hours went into 90 seconds featuring a Boston Symphony Orchestra quintet. via @NHLdotcom 

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A star flutist is paid $64,451 less than her male counterpart. So she’s suing. Elizabeth Rowe’s case against the Boston Symphony Orchestra could change how orchestras pay men and women.

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A flutist sues Boston Symphony Orchestra for unequal pay. Org says the flute isn’t as hard to play as the oboe. That’s why the man makes more. Um. Patriarchy is a horrible liar. Please get new excuses. And more black + brown folks too while you’re at it.

A star flutist is paid $64,451 less than her male counterpart. So she’s suing. Elizabeth Rowe’s case against the Boston Symphony Orchestra could change how orchestras pay men and women.

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The top flutist at the Boston Symphony Orchestra is suing the group because she says she makes only 75% of what a male counterpart makes

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Boston Symphony Orchestra principal flutist Elizabeth Rowe says she's paid substantially less than her closest counterpart – a man. Now she's filed a lawsuit against the orchestra.

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The top flutist at the Boston Symphony Orchestra is suing the ensemble, claiming that she was paid only 75 percent as much as her closest comparable male colleague

The top flutist at the Boston Symphony Orchestra is suing the group because she says she makes only 75% of what a male counterpart makes

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Boston Symphony Orchestra’s top flutist, Elizabeth Rowe, says that she is paid substantially less than her closest counterpart, who is a man.

Boston Symphony Orchestra’s top flutist, Elizabeth Rowe, is suing the orchestra under a new Massachusetts pay equity law. Her attorney says a lawsuit is being used as a last-resort measure.

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