No longer on sale

MAY FESTIVAL: Mahler & Mussorgsky

FRI MAY 24 | 8:00 pm | Music Hall

No longer on sale

Music mysteriously connects us to the past and sounds the truths to be found in fables.


MAHLER: Das klagende Lied
BOITO: Prologue from Mefistofele
MUSSORGSKY: Prologue and Farewell Scene from Boris Godunov


Music Hall

Concert Duration

2 hours and 5 minutes

What's Interesting

  • Ideal for: Opera lovers, musical extroverts, storytellers and bards, spectacle seekers and bigger-is-better listeners—attend if you like Romantic and virtuosic music.
  • May Festival Music Director Laureate James Conlon returns to leads a trio of Romanic Romantic epics.
  • Knights, Queens, the Devil and deception—lose yourself in Mahler’s story of sibling rivalry gone wrong, Boito’s portrait of Faust’s damning bargain and a dark history in the hands of Mussorgsky.

Join conductor James Conlon in Springer Auditorium one hour before the concert to get closer to the music with a pre-concert talk.