Special Ticket Offers for BMP Families & Friends

Updated: 7 days ago

Thanks to the generosity of several arts organizations in the Boston community, friends and families of BMP are being offered complimentary or reduced-price tickets to live musical performances throughout the year! If you're looking for musical entertainment or things to do on the weekend, then keep an eye out here for regularly updated ticket offers for our BMP community.






Since its founding in 1998, the Chameleon Arts Ensemble has built a reputation as Boston’s most adventurous chamber ensemble, integrating old and new repertoire into unexpected chamber music programs that are themselves works of art. This innovative ensemble draws those who love the adventure of music – classic and contemporary. A Chameleon concert is a multifaceted experience in an intimate environment joining audience and musicians in an exuberant celebration of music.

Chameleon has earned critical acclaim for both its innovative programming and world-class performances, and the expansion of the Ensemble’s offerings is a testament to the support it enjoys from music lovers in the Boston area. Chameleon Up Close, a recital series featuring members of the ensemble in an intimate café-style setting, was introduced in 2015 to consistently capacity audiences, and a special presentation of Bach’s complete Brandenburg Concertos was sold out for two performances in December of the same year.

In addition, the Ensemble infuses all of its programs with a public-spirited sensibility through Chameleons in the Community, an ongoing outreach effort to increase the accessibility of classical music and create connections between the arts and everyday life. More than a thousand tickets have been donated to constituents of organizations such as the Pine Street Inn and Project Step, and Chameleon dedicates one concert in every season as a benefit for a local public service charity. The Ensemble’s spring music education program, including a free family concert and a series of concerts, demonstrations, and workshops for students in grades 3-5 from the Boston Public Schools, has brought more than 6,000 children a first experience with classical music.

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In-Person Tickets

  • Click this link to our concert

  • Click the "Buy Tickets" yellow button

  • Select your seat(s) and set delivery to "Email" or "Will Call"

  • Enter the code EDU-CMP and complete the checkout process

  • Enjoy your complimentary tickets!

Ticket reservations must be submitted by noon the day before the concert, at which point Symphony Hall will manage all ticket sales.

Livestream Access

  • Click this link to our concert

  • Click the "Buy Virtual Event Access" yellow button

  • Enter "1" for "Livestream General Admission"

  • Select "Email" as the Delivery Method

  • Enter the code EDU-CMP and complete the checkout process

  • Check your email inbox for the video link and enjoy your complimentary access!


The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, founded by Benjamin Zander in 1979, features student, professional, and amateur musicians. One of Boston's premier orchestras, the Boston Philharmonic is not your average musical ensemble; on the contrary, the Boston Philharmonic follows a vision of "passionate music making without boundaries." To us, this means presenting top-notch music in a manner that both music aficionados and the casual listener can enjoy.

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Come back to this page regularly for updated ticket offers!

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