This Season, we rekindled our love for symphonic repertoire, starting with our March 6th All-American Concert. On April 24th at 3:00PM, we will celebrate a second music director candidate and the co-winner of our 2019 Youth Competition. 

Join us for our fiery Season Finale!

Adam Kerry Boyles conducts a romantic full-length symphonic concert, featuring our 2019 Vasconcellos Youth Competition co-winner, Meihui An, performing the dramatic Piano Concerto in A minor by Edvard Grieg. We also present the vivid Faust Overture by composer Emilie Mayer and Schumann's passionate Symphony No. 4 in D minor.

This concert celebrates the second candidate in the Symphony's showcase of Music Director finalists, continuing through our 2022-23 season. Audience members are invited to complete the post-concert survey to offer feedback about Music Director candidates. 
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Many thanks to Liam Grant for the photography of the March 6th concert! (above).
The Brockton Symphony Orchestra Presents:

Romantic Fire!

Date and Time:  Sunday, April 24th at 3:00PM
 Location: Christ Congregational Church
(1350 Pleasant St, Brockton MA) 

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Please plan on arriving slightly early to reduce wait-time at the entrance.

Covid Guidelines: We have instituted guidelines to keep you, our audience, and our musicians as safe as possible. Covid guidelines are subject to change.

When you attend our concerts:

  • All audience members (age 12+) are required to show proof of vaccination at the door and wear a mask.
  • Children ages 2-12 are also asked to wear a mask.
  • No contact tracing is required by the Church for this concert.

This is consistent with the policies of other performing arts organizations in the Boston area and is respectful of all members of our BrSO community who wish to enjoy our concerts and be safe.

Featured Artists:


Adam Kerry Boyles,
Guest Conductor

A dynamic and versatile conductor, Adam Kerry Boyles is a notable figure in the musical life of New England. Boyles is currently Director of Orchestras at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Assistant Conductor of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, and Music Director Emeritus of the Brookline Symphony Orchestra. The 2021/2022 season features guest engagements with the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, New England Philharmonic, and Brockton Symphony Orchestra, as well as conducting Beethoven 9 and a series of summer pops programs with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra.

Other recent appearances include concerts with the Ocean City Pops Orchestra, Charlottesville Symphony Orchestra, and honors orchestras in Massachusetts, Nevada, Tennessee, Oregon, and Rhode Island. In the 21/22 season, Boyles will make his first appearance with the Long Beach Symphony. He has also served as cover conductor with the Boston Pops, Kansas City Symphony, and Phoenix Symphony.

As a clinician, Boyles regularly appears in festivals with Manhattan Concert Productions and the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association, and has served multiple times as a judge on concerto competitions for Boston Conservatory and the Phoenix Youth Symphony.

An accomplished vocalist, Boyles performed in numerous operas with the Indiana University Opera Theater, and in Arizona Opera's first complete presentation of Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen. He has sung with many professional choral ensembles across the country such as Conspirare, True Concord, Apollo's Voice, Mon Choeur, Cantique, and locally with Emmanuel Music, Festina, and Church of the Redeemer. In 2010, Boyles was featured as a soloist with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus.

Boyles received his Doctor of Music in Orchestral Conducting degree from The University of Texas at Austin, his Master of Music in Orchestral Conducting degree from The University of Arizona, and his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance degree from Indiana University.
Meihui An, piano

Born in Beijing in China, Meihui An started playing the piano at the age of four. When she was six, she made her piano solo debut at the Central Conservatory of Music. While in China, Meihui studied at the affiliated middle school of China Conservatory of Music. In 2017, she moved to the United States and continued her studies at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School, where she studied the piano with Jung-A Bang, attended NEC Prep Senior Piano Seminar, and played chamber music with her trio under the tutelage of Aimee Tsuchiya.

Currently, Meihui is pursuing a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Eastman School of Music, where she studies with Joseph Rackers. In addition, she is planning to pursue a double degree in Bachelor of Arts from University of Rochester.

As a prize winner, Meihui An has won numerous competitions, including the Kawai Asia Competition, the Toyama Piano Competition, the 59th International Grotrian Piano Competition In Honor of Clara Schumann, and the Santa Cecilia International Competition. In recent years, she won the first prize of Brockton Symphony Orchestra's Dr. Carol Vasconcellos Youth Concerto Competition, honorable mention in Quincy Symphony Orchestra’s Eleanor B. Nelson Concerto Competition, and she was one of the finalists at the Young Artists Competition of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

An active performer, Meihui has appeared in various concert venues, including the Lu Xun Literary Institute, the Grand Theater at Henan Arts Center, the Jianguo Hotel Beijing, the Central Conservatory of Music, the China Conservatory of Music, the New England Conservatory, and the Eastman School of Music. She has also participated in renowned music festivals including Beijing International Piano Festival, the Zhong Yin Cup National Youth Piano Arts Festival, and Aspen Music Festival.

Not only passionate for classical music, Meihui is also a fan of pop, alternative, and rock music. She played in the musical Footloose as a keyboardist in the high school pit band, and she enjoys playing the guitar. In the summer of 2020, Meihui successfully self-released her first album, Meihui Classical, on Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube Music, and other music platforms.


Faust Overture - Emilie Mayer

Piano Concerto in A minor - Edvard Grieg
        Meihui An, piano

Symphony No. 4 in D minor - Robert Schumann



Upcoming Concerts:
Free Chamber Events held at the Brockton Public Library:

(Performances begin at 2:00PM EST)

Saturday, April 16, 2022 - Massapoag Quartet

Saturday, May 21, 2022 - Trident Winds

Saturday, June 18, 2022 - Blue Shades Clarinet Quartet
Read More About Our Season Here
We'd like to give a tremendous Thank You! to all who attended our All-American Concert. Thank you to Mark Jarret Chavous of the Enterprise for capturing beautiful photographs highlighting the afternoon.
We hope to see you at our final Symphonic concert of the season on April 24th!
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The Brockton Symphony Orchestra is supported in part by grants from the Brockton Cultural Council, Abington Cultural Council, Bridgewater Cultural Council, Canton Cultural Council,  Carver Cultural Council, East Bridgewater Arts Council, Easton Cultural Council, Halifax Cultural Council, Mansfield Local Cultural Council,  Middleborough Cultural Council,  North Attleboro Cultural Council, Randolph Cultural Council,  Raynham Cultural Council, Scituate Cultural Council, Sharon Cultural Council, Stoughton Cultural Council, and Whitman Cultural Council, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Their generosity is gratefully acknowledged.

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