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REIMAGINED THE BOSTON POPS SALUTES THE BRITISH INVASION WITH A PROGRAM OF TIMELESS POP-CULTURE CLASSICS.
BY DANA S. EAGLES
Keith Lockhart, conductor of the Boston Pops since 1995, builds upon a musical tradition begun by none other than Arthur Fiedler, the whitemaned maestro who declared himself a "Beatlemaniac" during the original British Invasion more than a halfcentury ago. Fiedler even conducted a Boston Pops album of Beatles' hits in 1971. WINTER 2016 | artsLife