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’s 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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Calming Playlist

We are thinking creatively about how we can put our musical knowledge to use for friends of the BSO during this time! Today, we offer you a playlist of calming classical music custom made for you via Spotify. You’ll recognize some music recently performed by the BSO, alongside familiar favorites and new discoveries. Enjoy, we […]

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Musical Activities at Home

We know many families are stuck at home right now and looking for a range of educational activities. Let us help! Here are five fun and creative ways to stay musical at home, as well as a list of online resources for more ideas.  Make your own instrument! From a simple shaker to a coat-hanger […]

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BSO Plays On

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact our operations, the BSO is developing new ways to engage with our audiences, including the launch of a new video series from our musicians titled “Artists in Residence”. We appreciate your support and patience! Please enjoy the following videos, resources, broadcasts, and  playlists to keep the BSO in […]

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COVID-19 Cancellations and Response

Updated 04/07/2020 – Following directives from the University of Maine and recommendations from the State of Maine CDC, the Bangor Symphony Orchestra is cancelling the following upcoming events and performances: Symphony Soiree, March 21, 2020 (Collins Center for the Arts) Sounds of the Sea, March 22, 2020 (Collins Center for the Arts) BSYO Spring Concert, March […]

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