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With its large population of academics and intellectuals, Boston has its share of discerning moviegoers and movie houses, especially in Brookline and Cambridge. Theaters at suburban malls and in Downtown may have better screens, if less adventurous fare. The Boston Globe has daily listings in the "Living/Arts" section; the Boston Herald Friday "Scene" section and the Improper Bostonian "Movies" section list films for the week. Movies cost $9–$13. Many theaters have half-price matinees, often rescinded during the opening run of a major film.

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  • 1. Boston Baroque

    Music

    Founded by conductor Martin Pearlman as "Banchetto Musicale" in 1974, Boston Baroque showcases soloists and guest musicians in precision period...Read More

  • 2. Boston Camerata

    Music

    Founded in 1954, Boston Camerata has achieved international celebrity, thanks to its passionate commitment and popular recordings. Its loyal...Read More

  • 3. Boston Cecilia

    Music

    Founded in 1876, this choral group is especially noted for period-instrument performances of Handel and Bach, and works by undersung contemporary...Read More

  • 4. Boston Chamber Music Society

    Music

    Under artistic directors Marcus Thompson and Ronald Thomas (emeritus), Boston Chamber Music Society performs the classical gamut from Mozart...Read More

  • 5. Boston Early Music Festival

    Music

    Attune your ears to the rare sounds of theorbos, sackbuts, viols, rebecs, and shawms! Join the 15,000 dyed-in-the-wool early-music devotees...Read More

  • 6. Boston Gay Men's Chorus

    South End | Music

    With an aim to "create a more tolerant society through the power of music," the Boston Gay Men's Chorus has a repertoire that ranges from holiday...Read More

  • 7. Boston Philharmonic Orchestra

    Music

    The charismatic Benjamin Zander—whose signature preconcert chats help audiences better understand the blockbuster symphonies they're about to...Read More

  • 8. Boston Pops

    Music

    Under the agile baton of Keith Lockhart, Boston Pops (largely Boston Symphony musicians) perform a bracing blend of American standards, movie...Read More

  • 9. Boston Symphony Orchestra

    Back Bay | Music

    Founded in 1881, the Boston Symphony is one of America's oldest and most venerable orchestras, just two years under the baton of dynamic Latvian...Read More

  • 10. Cambridge Society for Early Music

    Music

    This group has presented early-music performances since 1980 and deserves much credit for early music's prominence in Boston's musical scene. ...Read More

  • 11. Cantata Singers

    Back Bay | Music

    Cantata Singers perform choral music from many eras—renaissance (e.g., Claudio Monteverdi), Bach, and Mendelssohn to the present (e.g., John...Read More

  • 12. Emmanuel Music

    Back Bay | Music

    At Emmanuel Church, known as "the Bach church" since 1970, the master's cantatas are sung during Holy Eucharist services on Sunday at 10 am...Read More

  • 13. Handel & Haydn Society

    Music

    Acclaimed for performances of baroque and classical music, the Handel & Haydn Society is one of the country's oldest performing arts...Read More

  • 14. Museum of Fine Arts

    The Fenway | Concerts

    At the annual Concerts in the Courtyard series, enjoy jazz, blues, and folk concerts in the outdoor courtyard on Wednesday summer evenings....Read More

  • 15. Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra

    Jamaica Plain | Music

    One of the few self-governing ensembles playing today, Pro Arte performs under the batons of Kevin Rhodes, Gisèle Ben-Dor, and additional colleagues...Read More

  • 16. Summer in the City at Boston Harbor Hotel

    Waterfront | Film

    Each weeknight of summer, dazzling things happen at Rowes Wharf—soul-bros and sisters enjoy Motown on Tuesday, Rat-Packers salute Frankie and...Read More

  • 17. Trinity Church

    Back Bay | Music

    H.H. Richardson's 1877 neo-Romanesque masterwork is the centerpiece of Copley Square and a must-visit on any Back Bay tour. Trinity Boston Foundation...Read More

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