The Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra is Worcester's premiere
resident orchestra and was founded in 1947. It regularly performs at its home, Tuckerman Hall, as well as at Worcester's Mechanics Hall and Hanover Theatre. During the summer, the Orchestra performs a highly popular series of free, outdoor concerts in Worcester's Institute and East Parks before tens of thousands of concert-goers. The Orchestra has accompanied world-class touring shows such as Mannheim Steamroller and such artists as Andrea Bocelli and the late Luciano Pavarotti at Worcester's DCU Center.
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