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Artiste: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

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BaltimoreVivaldi Mandolin Concerto

Haydn, Vivaldi, Bizet
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas McGegan; Avi Avital

North BethesdaVivaldi Mandolin Concerto

Haydn, Vivaldi, Bizet
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas McGegan; Avi Avital

North BethesdaMahler Symphony No. 3

Mahler: Symphonie no. 3 en ré mineur
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Marin Alsop; University of Maryland Concert Choir; Peabody Children's Chorus

BaltimoreMahler Symphony No. 3

Mahler: Symphonie no. 3 en ré mineur
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Marin Alsop; University of Maryland Concert Choir; Peabody Children's Chorus

BaltimoreRay Chen Performs Shostakovich

Messiaen, Chostakovitch, Ravel, Strauss R.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Jun Märkl; Ray Chen
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Baltimore SO excel in Proms debut

Marin Alsop conducts the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Bernstein's Slava! and Age of Anxiety aren't the best examples of his concert music, but Marin Alsop and the BSO made the best possible case for them. 

The Baltimore Symphony celebrate Bernstein's birthday

Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra © Ryan Buchanan
In an all-Bernstein programme, Nicola Benedetti enthralls in Symposium, the Baltimore Symphony’s percussionists strut their stuff in the Symphonic Dances from West Side Story, and Marin Alsop introduces us to rarities. A true birthday treat.

Alsop and Baltimore Symphony promote healing through music

Marin Alsop © Grant Leighton
Marin Alsop led the musicians of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall on Saturday evening in the New York première of Kevin Puts and James Bartolomeo’s The City and a valiantly led execution of Mahler’s Fifth Symphony.

Familiar and rare Beethoven in Baltimore

Markus Stenz © Catrin Moritz
An all-Beethoven concert by Markus Stenz and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra provided an opportunity to hear familiar, not-so-familiar and downright rare repertoire from the master's pen.

Glittering Glazunov in Baltimore

The concertmasters of America's top orchestras rival the talents of the world's greatest violinists.  This was proven again in BSO leader Jonathan Carney's thrilling performance of Glazunov's Violin Concerto.