Bill Brett caught up with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra as they toured Boston in a Duck Boat to give some “pop-up” concerts on Thursday. Seven musicians played the impromptu concerts at four locations including Copley Square, Roxbury, and Jamaica Plain. The Boston Globe’s Jeremy Eichler has a full story, which you can read here. ALL PHOTOS BY BILL BRETT

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THIS IS RE-POSTED FROM JULY 6, 2017 This Fourth of July marked Bill Brett‘s 44th time photographing the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular and he was joined for the assignment by our colleague Sean Goss. This gallery, one of the first we’re posting on Bill’s recently revamped website, includes more than 40 images taken by both photographers. Conductor Keith Lockhart led the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra through a two-and-a-half hour concert that included a number of crowd…

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FRANKLIN PARK — The Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops, in partnership with the City of Boston, teamed up for a special free concert in Boston’s Franklin Park on Sunday, Oct. 1. The concert followed a community arts festival with family-friendly activities presented by many of Boston’s major institutions and local arts organizations. Offerings include an interactive mural, instrument playground, crafts, photo booth, live animal demonstrations, and more! Led by BSO Music Director Andris…

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LENOX, MA — More than 400 guests attended the 2017 Tanglewood Gala to support the Tanglewood Horticulture Challenge. The event, held on July 7, 2017 in Lenox MA, raised more than $465,000. (All photos by Bill Brett)      

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