2021-22 Midweek Concerts
Arts-integrated and engaging BSO concert broadcasts, designed for students in grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12, especially focused on grades 3-6.
Streaming On-Demand February 4th - March 6th
Concert recorded live without an audience. Available on-demand for 30 days.
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes and from all walks of life. From fictional superheroes like Rey from Star Wars: The Force Awakens to everyday heroes working on the front lines and brave historical figures like Rosa Parks, these individuals are often overshadowed or forgotten, but they make an impact on our future. This program features works by Daniel Bernard Roumain and James P. Johnson, and Wordsmith shares a fresh commentary on Rosa Parks and how she changed history.
Jonathan Rush, conductor
Wordsmith, spoken word artist
SAINT-GEORGES Overture to L’amant Anonyme
JOHNSON Victory Stride
DANIEL BERNARD ROUMAIN “Klap Ur Handz” from Rosa Parks
JOHN WILLIAMS Rey’s Theme
ELGAR Nimrod from “Enigma Variations”
BEETHOVEN Scherzo from Symphony No 3, “Eroica”
Music, Art, Language Arts, Social and Emotional Learning, Social Studies
The virtual concert broadcasts can be access for free to schools and families through the BSO Offstage website. Free in-person Midweek Concerts will return to the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall later this season.
Tiny Tots: Pre-K – Grade 2
These interactive concerts introduce students to the instruments of the orchestra and provide a gateway into thinking about music through other subjects.
Prime Time: Grades 3-5
These concerts excite students through musical exploration and an introduction into arts-integrated