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In a Nutshell

A number of unique four-concert packages include selections from Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, and more

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The Deal

Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall

Music Center at Strathmore

  • $108 for grand-tier seating (up to $216 value) [available for the Thursday series only]
  • $70 for upper-tier seating (up to $140 value) [available for the Saturday series only]
  • $145 for orchestra-tier seating (up to $292 value)
  • Click here to view the seating chart

The Concerts

For more information on what’s included in each program, click to view the Meyerhoff and Strathmore schedules.

  • Thursdays at Meyerhoff, 8 p.m.: Rachmaninoff—Symphony No. 3 (January 7); Enigma Variations (February 25); Beethoven—”Emperor”, featuring guest conductor John Adams (May 12); Appalachian Spring, performed with its original Martha Graham choreography (June 9)
  • Fridays at Meyerhoff, 8 p.m.: Beethoven—”Eroica” (January 15); André Watts Plays Mozart (February 5); Yuri Temirkanov Returns (March 18); Bach—B Minor Mass, featuring the Baltimore Choral Arts Society (May 27)
  • Saturdays at Meyerhoff, 8 p.m.: Beethoven—”Eroica” (January 16); André Watts Plays Mozart (February 6); Yuri Temirkanov Returns, featuring Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 (March 19); Verdi—Requiem, featuring The Choral Arts Society of Washington (June 18)
  • Sundays at Meyerhoff, 3 p.m.: Brahms—Symphony No. 4, featuring violinist Sergey Khachatryan (January 31); All-Beethoven, featuring pianist Lars Vogt and narrator Kwame Kwei-Armah (March 13); The Planets, featuring the Baltimore Choral Arts Society Women’s Chorus (May 22), Verdi—Requiem, featuring The Choral Arts Society of Washington (June 19)
  • Thursdays at Strathmore, 8 p.m.: André Watts Plays Mozart (February 4); Yuri Temirkanov Returns, featuring Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 (March 17); Mahler—Symphony No. 5 (April 14); Bach—B Minor Mass, featuring the Baltimore Choral Arts Society (May 26)
  • Saturdays at Strathmore, 8 p.m.: Brahms—Symphony No. 4, featuring violinist Sergey Khachatryan (January 30); All-Beethoven, featuring pianist Lars Vogt and narrator Kwame Kwei-Armah (March 12); Prokofiev—Symphony No. 5 and Tchaikovsky—Variations on a Rococo Theme (April 30); The Planets, featuring the Baltimore Choral Arts Society Women’s Chorus (May 21)

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has been on the cutting edge of the American musical scene since its founding in 1916. Its taste for innovation was developed early—the BSO was originally established as the country’s only municipally owned symphony. Even after it became a private institution, the organization continued to blaze trails, becoming the first American orchestra to tour the USSR in the wake of the Soviet war in Afghanistan. Change came from within the ensemble, as well; in 2007, for instance, the symphony named Marin Alsop artistic director, making her the first woman to head a major American orchestra.

But even with all of these milestones reached, firsts claimed, and boats rocked straight back onto their oarlocks, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra never loses sight of the music. Full seasons of concerts fill two venues—the Meyerhoff and Strathmore—with everything from the precise formality of Beethoven to the freewheeling exuberance of Broadway hits. And when they aren’t taking the stage, the symphony hits the recording booth to immortalize such acclaimed pieces as “The Red Violin,” expanded from the eponymous film’s Oscar-winning score, and a live recording of The Rite of Spring.

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    Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall

    1212 Cathedral Street

    Baltimore, MD 21201

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    Music Center at Strathmore

    5301 Tuckerman Lane

    North Bethesda, MD 20852

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