A 40th Anniversary of the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Season Opening Celebration
SAT, SEP 17, 8 PM | Premium
Jack Everly, conductor
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s inaugural concert at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall on September 16, 1982, marked the dawn of a new era. The BSO opens the 2022-23 season with an evening befitting the 40th anniversary of the Meyerhoff.
In this exquisitely designed concert hall, Jack Everly kicks off a year-long celebration of his extraordinary tenure as Principal Pops Conductor. Grammy-winning soul and jazz vocalist Ledisi will headline the event with a unique take on the music of legendary singer, songwriter, and activist Nina Simone.
New this year, all concert ticket holders are also invited to join the post-concert Gala party. Guests will enjoy access to complimentary beverages, desserts, cash bar, and dancing following the concert. Guests will also have a first look at a unique exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.
Tickets start at $85.
VIP and Sponsorship Packages
The Orchestra’s first full Gala experience in four years, sponsorship and elevated ticket packages including premium seating and VIP access to pre-concert activities and/or a post-concert afterparty with BSO artists are available.