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Ben Zander conducts the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. (Courtesy BPYO)
Ben Zander conducts the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. (Courtesy BPYO)
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Symphony Hall is throwing open its doors for a rare, free concert next Monday night.

The hallowed hall will feature one of the area's youngest ensembles, the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. The group will make its home debut, after touring Europe this summer.

Tickets can no longer be reserved for this concert, but open seats will be available to the general public beginning at 7:15 p.m.

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Benjamin Zander, music director and conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. He tweets @BenjaminZander.

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