- Dating back to 1903, Jordan Hall is a National Historic Landmark that is highly regarded in the city. Warm, intimate and with amazing acoustics, Jordan Hall stages more than 100 free concerts annually, including performances by conservatory students, faculty and ensembles. Guests artists have included the likes of Nancy Argenta, soprano; Finnur Bjarnason, tenor; and Christine Brandes, soprano. Recently renovated, Jordan Hall is also the site of performances by the Boston Philharmonic, Cantata Singers, Boston Baroque and the Boston Gay Men's Chorus. Ticket prices vary.
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