Reaching Beyond the Concert Hall

By Michael Lisicky During the past few years, the Baltimore Symphony Musicians have worked hard to increase their civic presence in the community.  Their involvement with many worthwhile programs throughout the city and neighboring counties have promoted the musicians’ purpose and worth. Through community events and projects, the Baltimore Symphony…

Baltimore Symphony Musicians to perform a Holiday pop-up at Penn Station

On Friday, December 22, an ensemble of Baltimore Symphony Musicians will present a holiday themed performance at Baltimore’s famous Penn Station, 1515 North Charles Street. Starting at 5pm, the musicians will perform music by Bach, selections from Handel’s Messiah, and other holiday favorites. This evening rush hour, informal concert will be a…

One-Year Contract Settlement

We are happy to announce that in May Baltimore Symphony Musicians and the BSO reached agreement on a one year contract that will cover the 2017-18 season. The agreement includes a modest pay raise for full time and part time musicians, and it also guarantees that five auditions will be…

Tennis Anyone?

By Greg Mulligan In my many years with the BSO, I have enjoyed running and skiing with colleagues. I've played basketball, ping-pong, softball, and attended Baltimore Blast and O’s games with BSO friends. But nothing gives me more pleasure than a great doubles match on the tennis courts with my…

New Community Events

On Mothers Day, May 14, 2017 the Baltimore Symphony Musicians will make two special appearances in the Baltimore community. From 1-3pm, the Baltimore Symphony Musicians will perform in various chamber ensembles at this year's 2017 Decorators’ Show House, Mayfair. "The Musicians are excited to visit Mayfair, perform for the visitors, and thank the…
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