BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Symphony Musicians held an hour-long concert for cars driving during rush hour Tuesday.
The musicians set up along the 1400 block of North Charles Street, between Mt. Royal Ave. and the JFX northbound ramp.
The curbside concert featured the music of Bach, Handel, Mozart, and more. Officials said in a statement that this is a way to reach area residents and commuters.
This is now the 10th week of a lockout due to a lack of funds.
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra intends to open its 2019-20 season on Sept. 9 — when musicians will begin work and benefits will continue.
The BSO released a statement to WJZ, that said:
“The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is a beloved and important cultural anchor for Maryland and our region. The BSO is committed to reaching agreement with our musicians as we all work together to address urgent financial issues and ensure that our community is home to a great orchestra for generations to come.”