A holiday tradition that’s enchanted audiences for decades comes to the Lyric Performing Arts Center this weekend. Tchaikovsky’s classic “The Nutcracker” hits the stage.
Severe thunderstorms in Maryland Thursday affect even the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Those who have the gift of music spend years getting ready to be a professional musician. But for everyone who makes it, there are untold others who wish they had.
Two great artistic institutions–the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and D.C.’s Folger Theatre–have combined to stage a truly remarkable adaptation of a Shakespearean classic.
A million dollars for music. It’s a generous gift to one of the city’s fastest-growing music youth programs.
One of Baltimore’s youth music groups gets a presidential nod. The sounds of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s OrchKids program have reached the White House.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s OrchKids make their NFL debut, performing for the World Champion Baltimore Ravens. Now the team is announcing the two will meet again.
They describe themselves as “little orchestra,” and this weekend they’re set to shake things up on stage with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra to kick off their musical season.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra says Music Director Marin Alsop has been injured following an accident in Brazil and is canceling her conducting engagements for July.
As children, some musicians dream of playing professionally. For most, they realize they’re just not good enough—but now amateurs are, for a brief moment in time, able to perform with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will be performing as part of the Spring for Music Festival at Carnegie Hall.
It was once the home of a Baltimore Colts legend. Now it’s this year’s BSO Decorators’ Show House.