Tickets

Season Passes, Flex3 Packages, and Individual Concert Ticketing Options

BCE offers several ticketing options for our patrons, but by purchasing tickets online and in advance you can ensure significant discounts.  For all concerts with both an evening and matinee performance, the evening performance will be available for advance purchase for $20.00 ($10.00 student/senior) or at the door for $25.00 ($15.00 student/senior).  Matinee performances are by donation (suggested donation: $15.00). 

Read below to learn more about our ticket packages and to purchase passes and individual concerts tickets.  Click here to read the season announcement.


Season Passes

For you die-hard BCE fans, we are now offering a season pass to all five of our 2014-2015 concerts for just $70.00 ($40 student/senior). This represents a discount of 30%! Buy your Season Pass today:

Date & Time Ticket Type Price Quantity  
November 1, 2014 12:10 am Adult $70.00
  Senior $40.00
  Student $40.00

Flex3 Passes

If you are a BCE fan, but are not quite ready to commit to a full season, we are also offering a Flex3 Ticket option, which includes admission to any three concerts in our 2014-2015 season for just $42.00 ($21.00 student/senior). This represents a discount of 30%! Buy your Flex3 Ticket today:

Date & Time Ticket Type Price Quantity  
 
November 1, 2014 12:05 am Adult $42.00
  Senior $21.00
  Student $21.00


 

Dark, dark night

For our first cycle we celebrate the two Christian festivals that occur on our actual concert dates: first, All Saints day (November 1), and second, All Souls Day (November 2). We broaden our understanding of these days beyond the Christian concept and invite you to come and remember the saints who have enriched your life and the souls who have gone before you, without whom you would not exist. We sing music to soothe your soul and help you through the dark, dark night of death. Our program includes a piece for All Saints by the celebrated renaissance composer Carlo Gesualdo, and the extraordinary Funeral Ikos by John Tavener, a piece that uses vivid imagery from the Greek Order for the Burial of Dead Priests set to music of unearthly beauty. Finally, we sing the Requiem, Op. 9 by Maurice Duruflé in the version for choir and organ. Based on the plainchant for the Mass for the Dead, Durufle’s music is powerful and evocative and has been a popular piece with choirs and audiences since its composition in 1947.

Date & Time Ticket Type Price Quantity  
 
November 1, 2014 8:00 pm Adult $20.00
  Senior $10.00
  Student $10.00
at Marsh Chapel, Boston University
 
November 2, 2014 4:00 pm Don. Opt.1 $20.00
  Don. Opt.2 $15.00
  Don. Opt.3 $10.00
at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Boston. This performance has a suggested donation of $15. Please pay as you are able.