BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Despite the current lockout, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians remain committed to sharing music with the community.
The group is now holding a summer subway series of concerts this week at the Charles Center metro subway station, providing a moment or two of music for those passing by.READ MORE: National Guard Protecting U.S. Capitol Served 'Raw, Moldy Food,' Report Says
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“We couldn’t play at Artscape this year so we wanted to find a unique place to do it, ” said Michael Lisicky with the BSO. “We thought it would be nice and cool in the subway, but obviously it’s summertime but that doesn’t mean the music stops in the summer.”
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Other shows are set for Wednesday and Friday at 4:15 p.m.