Posts Tagged ‘Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’
Joining the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for its opening concert of the season is cross-over violinist/composer, Daniel Bernard Roumain, making his BSO debut with his own composition: Voodoo Violin Concerto.
In a drive to increase exposure to live music for young audiences and help engage and inspire the next generation of symphony goers, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has launched a new initiative called Young and Free. Here is the BSO’s Vice President & General Manager, Tonya McBride Robles.
What a spectacle! Four horn soloists at the front of the Baltimore Symphony stage for Schumann’s Konzertstück this weekend. I spoke to one of them: BSO’s Third Horn, Austin Larson.
The Baltimore Symphony’s family program this week features Camille Saint Saens’ Carnival of the Animals with a difference. Here is Baltimore singer-songwriter, Wordsmith.
The Baltimore Symphony is partnering with the Baltimore Museum of art for Off the Cuff: Impressionist Masterworks. The BSO’s Vice President & General Manager, Tonya McBride Robles, along with the BMA’s Senior Curator for European Painting & Sculpture, Katy Rothkopf, came to share ideas about Impressionism in music and art. […]
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is pairing with acrobats, contortionists, jugglers, balancers, strongmen and high-flying aerialists for the Cirque de la Symphonie Holiday Spectacular. Associate Conductor, Nicholas Hersh, is keeping all the balls in the air.
The Baltimore Symphony is presenting a program of holiday favorites – including Hark! the Herald Angels Sing, Sleigh Ride, O Holy Night – conducted by the Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl, Thomas Wilkins.
The Baltimore Symphony Associates are presenting their 2nd annual Kitchens of Note tour on October 18th. Carolyn Lassahn is one of the master minds behind it.
This summer festival, co-curated by Marin Alsop and cellist, Inbal Segev, is taking place in three Baltimore venues – Peabody, Joe Squared, and the Meyerhoff – July 13-15. Here is Inbal Segev with more.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Concert Artists of Baltimore Symphonic Chorale are presenting their annual performances of Handel’s Messiah December 2-4, with concerts at both the Meyerhoff and Strathmore. Maestro Edward Polochick has conducted Messiah with the BSO since 1982, and I’ve had the privilege and pleasure of singing it with him many times since […]