Kristin Chenoweth, actress and singer, salutes movie musicals; with filmmaker Rob Marshall.
John Williams salutes fellow composers Bernard Herrmann and Henry Mancini; with Martin Scorsese, Julie Andrews, Blake Edwards, Brian Stokes Mitchell.
Vanessa Williams sings 'Taking a Chance on Love,' 'Come Rain or Come Shine.'
Michael McDonald and Natalie MacMaster perform.
Conductor Keith Lockhart celebrates his 10th anniversary with the Boston Pops.
John Williams conducts selections from film scores, including 'Citizen Kane,' 'Richard III' and 'Jane Eyre'; saxophonist Daniel Higgins performs a suite from 'Catch Me if You Can'; singer Nancy Wilson performs 'All of Me,' 'Embraceable You.'
Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet performs Ravel's Piano Concerto in G; J. Mark McVey performs 'Bring Him Home' from 'Les Miserables.'
Singer Patti Austin, trumpeter Byron Stripling and jazz pianist Peter Cincotti pay tribute to Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.
Bluegrass singer Ricky Skaggs performs 'Highway 40 Blues,' Soldier of the Cross,' 'Road to Spencer' with the Boston Pops Orchestra.
To honor Broadway composer Jerry Herman's 70th birthday, Faith Prince, Marin Mazzie, George Hearn and John Barrowman perform.
Violinists Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Eileen Ivers and Regina Carter perform Christopher Brubeck's 'Interplay for Three Violins' with Keith Lockhart leading the Boston Pops.
Guitarist Christopher Parkening, Josh Groban and Lara Fabian join John Williams, who conducts the orchestra in pieces from his Oscar-nominated scores for 'AI: Artificial Intelligence' and 'Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone.'
Audra McDonald and other stage/screen stars join Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Orchestra in a centennial salute to Richard Rodgers and his work with lyricist Lorenz Hart.
Audra McDonald and other stage/screen stars join Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Orchestra in a centennial salute to Richard Rodgers and his work with lyricist Oscar Hammerstein.
Singer Barbara Cook, New York Voices and the Boston Pops Orchestra salute New York City.
Paul Winter and the Earth Band.
Bass Edgar Meyer; banjo player Bela Fleck; mandolinist Mike Marshall.
Jazz pianist Chick Corea; tribute to songwriter Jimmy McHugh; Jane Monheit; Terence Blanchard.
Comedian Martin Short; salute to composer Meredith Willson; Rebecca Luker; Craig Bierko.
Celebrating music in film; John Williams; Harry Connick Jr.; salute to songwriter Harry Warren and choreographer Busby Berkeley.
John Williams; Yo-Yo Ma; Frank McCourt; Patti LuPone.
Diana Krall; Michael Feinstein.
Alison Krauss and Union Station.
Dawn Upshaw, Jubilant Sykes, and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus celebrate the centennial of composer Aaron Copland.
John Williams, Itzhak Perlman, Dawn Upshaw and Vic Damone perform.
Audra McDonald sings Broadway tunes and introduces new composers.
Nathan Lane performs a tribute to Danny Kaye.
The orchestra performs works inspired by Shakespeare's plays; pieces from 'West Side Story,' 'Otello.'
Arlo Guthrie; violinist Gil Shaham; Boston Pops Orchestra.
Tango dancers perform with the Boston Pops Orchestra; host Leslie Caron.
John Williams; poet Rita Dove; violinist Joshua Bell.
Mary Chapin Carpenter; Michael Moschen.
Sarah Jessica Parker; Peter Maxwell Davies' 'Mavis in Las Vegas.'
John Williams and the Boston Pops lead a tribute to classic Hollywood films.
Singer k.d. lang and the Boston Pops Orchestra; fiddler Eileen Ivers.
Elaine Paige; Mark Morris Dance Group.
Airto Moreira; Flying Karamazov Brothers; Jared Crawford; Raymond King; Baakari Wilder.
Soprano Dawn Upshaw; Boston Ballet; 'Stars and Stripes Forever.'
An orchestral celebration of Stanley Donen's Hollywood musicals features clips from 'Royal Wedding,' 'Deep in My Heart'; John Williams conducts 'Summon the Heroes,' his 1996 Summer Olympics theme.
Soprano Denyce Graves performs 'Habanera'; the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet and Maria Benitez Teatro Flamenco perform 'El Amor Brujo.'
Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, and Nanci Griffith perform with the Boston Pops Orchestra; songs include 'Gulf Coast Highway' and 'Outbound Plane.'
Jason Alexander; Boston Pops Orchestra; salute to Jerome Robbins and Glenn Miller.
Patti LaBelle and Edwin Hawkins perform with the Boston Pops Gospel Choir; songs include 'Oh, Happy Day' and 'I Need to Pray.'
Selections from Gershwin's Broadway, classical and jazz compositions are performed.
Penn & Teller join the Boston Pops and pianist Helen Huang.
New conductor Keith Lockhart is introduced at opening night of the 1995 concerts, with guests Sylvia McNair, Mandy Patinkin, Doc Severinsen, John Williams.
Singer Julia Migenes performs; the orchestra joins virtuoso violinist Tamaki Kawakubo.
In celebration of the centennial of Arthur Fiedler's birth, a documentary profiles the former conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra.
Violinist Itzhak Perlman performs selections from the 'Schindler's List' filmscore and narrates Peter Schickele's 'Sneaky Pete and the Wolf'; Peter Schickele joins Itzhak Perlman for a double violin concerto.
Rosemary Clooney and Linda Ronstadt perform selected Nelson Riddle and Jimmy Webb arrangements.
Marvin Hamlisch conducts and plays the piano with singers Colm Wilkinson, Sally Wolf, and the a cappella group Take 6.
Shirley Horn sings 'Come Dance With Me,' 'If You Loved Me'; Arturo Sandoval plays 'La Virgen de la Macarena,' 'To Diz With Love.'
Roger Norrington conducts Gilbert & Sullivan favorites, including selections from 'The Mikado' and 'The Pirates of Penzance.'
James Taylor performs many of his hits, including 'Carolina in My Mind,' 'Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight,' 'Secret of Life,' 'Copperline,' 'The Way You Look Tonight.'
A salute to John Williams as he retires as Boston Pops conductor features Aretha Franklin and Jessye Norman; host Richard Dreyfuss.
The Boston Pops Orchestra accompanies the performance of the Big Apple Circus.
John Denver joins the Boston Pops and a 350-member chorus in a centennial concert on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
A medley of 'It Had to Be You,' 'As Time Goes By' and Bennett's signature song 'I Left My Heart in San Francisco.'
A profile of Arthur Fiedler (1894-1979) includes clips from his 50 years as maestro of the Boston Pops.
The '60s folk singers perform 'Leaving on a Jet Plane,' 'Blowin' in the Wind,' 'This Land Is Your Land' and 'Puff the Magic Dragon.'
A brass ensemble of two trumpets, a French horn, trombone and tuba joins conductor John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra for Bach's 'Fugue in G Minor' and a Fats Waller medley.
Perry Como salutes Bing Crosby ('White Christmas'); trumpeter Byron Stripling honors Louis Armstrong ('Mack the Knife').
Sammy Davis Jr. sings and dances; concertmistress Tamara Smirnova-Sajfar and the orchestra perform Massenet's 'Meditation From Thais.'
A Fourth of July concert features Johnny Cash ('The Spirit of '76'), a salute to John Philip Sousa, Aaron Copland's 'The Shaker Tune,' Tchaikovsky's '1812 Overture' and fireworks.
Trumpet virtuoso Wynton Marsalis joins vocalist Sarah Vaughan in a jazz medley; 'Send in the Clowns,' 'Misty.'
Tenor Jerry Hadley and baritone Thomas Hampson.
Tyne Daly sings 'Trouble,' 'Captain Hook's Waltz,' 'Thank You So Much, Sir'; 11-year-old violinist Sarah Chang plays 'Carmen Fantasy.'
The King's Singers, the Canadian Brass, Jerry Hadley, Nina Simone perform Paul McCartney pieces and introduce his 'Appaloosa.'
Tony Bennett performs solos and a medley with Michel Legrand; Legrand plays his suite from 'Yentl.'
Anne Murray sings old and recent hits; harmonica player Robert Bonfiglio.
Bonnie and John Raitt sing solos and a duet; fiddler Mark O'Connor.
Music of the Civil War and civil rights movement, with Roscoe Lee Browne, Odetta, Shirley Verrett and the Boys Choir of Harlem.
John Denver sings 'Rocky Mountain High' and 'Flying for Me'; the Tanglewood Festival Chorus sings 'This Land Is Your Land.'
Randy Newman performs his hits and conducts his suite to 'Avalon'; violinist Leila Josefowicz plays 'La Campanella.'
The Chieftains play 'Drowsy Maggie,' 'Planxty Mozart'; Burgess Meredith sings 'Baby Beaujolais.'
Patti Austin and James Ingram sing solos and team up for 'Baby, Come to Me' and 'How Do You Keep the Music Playing?'
June Anderson and Broadway performers honor Leonard Bernstein, with excerpts from 'West Side Story,' 'Candide' and 'On the Town.'
John McGlinn conducts pieces by Jerome Kern, George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Richard Rodgers. Host: Kitty Carlisle Hart.
Leonard Slatkin conducts 'St. Louis Blues March'; Dave Brubeck ('In Your Own Sweet Time'); John Browning ('Rhapsody in Blue').
Bobby McFerrin and his Voicestra perform popular tunes; violinist Anne Akiko Meyers plays Saint-Saens' 'Rondo Capriccioso.'
Steven Spielberg introduces a tribute to John Williams, with themes from 'Jaws' and '1941'; Maureen McGovern sings 'Can You Read My Mind?'
Saxophonist Stan Getz plays 'Goodbye'; Melissa Manchester sings 'Come in From the Rain'; both perform 'Sophisticated Lady.'
Sisters Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle sing 'Coal Miner's Daughter,' 'When I Dream' and Patsy Cline medley.
Soprano Kathleen Battle and saxophonist Branford Marsalis perform solos and a Duke Ellington medley.
Soprano Barbara Cook and tenor Mandy Patinkin sing 'You Could Drive a Person Crazy,' 'Losing My Mind' and 'No One Is Alone.'
Carol Channing sings humorous songs, conducts the orchestra and ends with 'Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend' and 'Hello, Dolly!'
Pianist Andre Previn performs George Gershwin's Concerto in F; jazz clarinetist Eddie Daniels plays 'Let's Dance.'
Art Buchwald, Roberta Peters, Robert Merrill and the Paratore Brothers participate in a 20th anniversary program with John Williams.