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From Symphony Hall to Jazz Clubs: Boston's Thriving Music Scene

From Symphony Hall to Jazz Clubs: Boston's Thriving Music Scene

If you’re heading to Boston, then make sure you dedicate plenty of time to exploring the city’s dynamic music scene. From the world-class Boston Symphony Hall to sultry Boston Jazz clubs, music brings the city alive. And like the underscore that sets the scene for a movie, these venues will create an unforgettable soundtrack for your Boston trip. 

Experience World Class Elegance

American classical music credits the “Big Five” orchestras for leading the way when it comes to the American music scene. Boston is home to the second-oldest of these five major American orchestras. So, it’s no wonder that a Boston Symphony Orchestra show must top your Boston music scene bucket list. The orchestra performs at Boston Symphony Hall, where the music comes alive as the performance ignites your every sense. 

Feel the Groove

Jazz is deep-rooted in the history of Boston’s music scene. The 50s and 60s gave way to a lively scene with Boston Jazz clubs popping up on every corner and the evolution of educational jazz programs. The introduction of the Newport Jazz Festival was also made during this time. Today, that history lives on in Boston’s ongoing killer jazz scene, with some popular Boston Jazz still holding firm from their original days. Names like “Wally’s Café” and “Scullers” have made the “Best Jazz Club” list time and again. Within these walls, you can hear the big names and the soon-to-be big names – each performer reigniting your love of jazz as you feel the groove. 

See the Big Names

Home to TD Garden arena, Boston also draws some of the biggest stars in the music industry. National music acts fill the arena, so you can feel the rush of attending a live concert where thousands of people sing along to chart-topping hits. 

Dance the Night Away

Whether you’re looking for a concert after-party, or you just want to dance the night away club-style, Boston offers a thriving nightlife. Popular DJs turn it up a notch at clubs all over Boston to create some of the hottest parties in town. No matter your music preference, Boston has a club to appease your interest.

Rest Your Head

When you’re ready to fall into bed after a long night at Boston Symphony Hall, or a Boston Jazz club, look no further than Copley House, a charming collection of iconic brick rowhouses in Back Bay. The area offers some of the finest dining options and exciting tourist attractions. And since Copley House is a walkable distance from Boston Symphony Hall and many of Boston’s premiere music venues, you’re sure to appreciate the convenience after enjoying the Boston music scene.

Within this unique property, you’ll experience apartment-style suites that offer all the comforts of home with the amenities and friendly service that will take your trip to the next level. The tree-lined streets just outside your window will yield to quiet nights and a restful sleep. So, when you wake up in the morning, you’ll be ready to take on another day of music exploration. 

Book your trip today for an unforgettable stay at Copley House