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Support Maine’s Non-Profit Performing Arts Industry

An Open Letter from Maine’s Non-Profit Performing Arts Leaders Non-Profit Performing Arts Organizations are the cornerstones of Maine‚Äôs Arts and Cultural Tourism Economy in communities throughout the state but whether or not we will be here to support those communities after COVID-19 remains unknown.¬† The performing arts play a central role in the civic and […]

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Fun Downtown with BSO and Arts Partners

Bangor, ME –¬†The Bangor Symphony Orchestra announces two unique events highlighting creative collaborations among Bangor’s arts organizations. Winter Wigout Dance Party Saturday, January 25, 2019 at 8pm Bangor Arts Exchange Ballroom, 193 Exchange St, Bangor Get decked-out for a wigtastic evening of dancing and wig-wearing reverie! $7 admission benefits the UMaine Museum of Art Alliance […]

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BSYO Application Now Open for 2018-2019 Season!

Bangor, ME¬†— Young musicians in Central and Northern Maine are invited to apply for the 2018-2019 Season of the Bangor Symphony Youth Orchestras, led by conductors Sascha Zaburdaeva Lorimer and Rebecca Mallory. The application is available online, along with the newly announced season schedule. Auditions will be held Thursday, September 13 and Sunday, September 16, […]

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BSO Receives $10,000 Grant from Maine Community Foundation

Bangor, ME —¬†The¬†Bangor Symphony Orchestra¬†recently received a generous $10,000 grant from the¬†Haskell-Stetson Fund for Penobscot County of the Maine Community Foundation¬†(MaineCF) to support its first full season of programming at the Bangor Arts Exchange in the historic Nichols Block in downtown Bangor. In September 2017, the Bangor Symphony Orchestra moved its administrative offices to 189-193 […]

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