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Best seats for Symphony Hall (Boston?)

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Hi. I'm getting my husband tickets to see the Pops & Dave Brubeck (his favorite jazz musician - he missed seeing him the last time he was in town) for his bday/father's day.

Looking for advice on seating. We've been there before, but I don't remember our seats.

I think we'd like balcony, more toward the center.

I know about the overhang issue, but it's not easy to tell (or remember) which rows are affected. If we're in First Balcony Center, rows D, E, & G have seats available & the side sections have rows C & higher.

Second Balcony has D (left Center section) and E, F, G, & higher on both the left & right center sections (however, most of the available seats are on the end of these sections, furthest from the actual center.

I'd appreciate any advice you may have since we haven't been there for a while. Thanks!

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