BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday its 2021-22 season: A Season of Discovery.

The BSO is marking its return to performances for live audiences at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and The Music Center at Strathmore.

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The season will feature notable soloists and 14 local partners as well as guest conductors. The BSO is officials also about to begin an international, multi-year music director search.

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We look forward to responsibly welcoming audiences back to our concert halls and showcasing rising and world-class conductors as we begin the exciting process of searching for our next music director,” said BSO President and CEO Peter Kjome. “In this multi-year process, we are committed to selecting an artistic leader who is not only an extraordinary musician but also a passionate advocate of the BSO’s vital role in the community.”

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Learn more about the BSO season here.

CBS Baltimore Staff