Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Moves October 23 Concert from Strathmore to Baltimore Amid Strathmore’s Ongoing Labor Dispute

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Moves October 23 Concert from Strathmore to Baltimore Amid Strathmore’s Ongoing Labor Dispute

BALTIMORE (October 12, 2021) – The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) announced today that the performance previously scheduled for The Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda on Saturday, October 23 at 8 pm (Marin Conducts Rachmaninoff) will now take place at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore.

The relocation is the latest in a series of announcements related to the ongoing labor negotiations between Strathmore and IATSE Local 868, the union that represents Strathmore’s Ticket Office employees. For all affected programs to date, BSO at Strathmore ticket holders will be offered comparable seating at the Meyerhoff, either complimentary parking in Baltimore or complimentary motorcoach transportation from Montgomery County, and complimentary livestream access. All relocated concerts at the Meyerhoff are available for public sale at BSOmusic.org and performances will be livestreamed at BSOmusic.org/OffStage.

Strathmore subscribers and ticket holders can make their desired ticket request BSOmusic.org/Relocation and are encouraged to contact Patron Support at 877.276.1444 with any questions.

 

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About the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
For over a century, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) has been recognized as one of America’s leading orchestras and one of Maryland’s most significant cultural institutions. The orchestra is internationally renowned and locally admired for its innovation, performances, recordings, and educational outreach initiatives including OrchKids.

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra performs annually for more than 275,000 people throughout the State of Maryland. Since 1982, the BSO has performed at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore, and since 2005, with the opening of The Music Center at Strathmore in North Bethesda, MD, the BSO became the nation’s first orchestra performing its full season of classical and pops concerts in two metropolitan areas. More recently, 2020 marked the beginning of a new era of artistry, innovation, stability, and digital accessibility, including the launch of the virtual platform BSO OffStage and a groundbreaking docu-concert series BSO Sessions. More information about the BSO can be found at BSOmusic.org.

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