Wed, May 20


Patterson Park

CANCELED: Mixolo Goes Out to BSO's Free Concert in Patterson Park!

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents select works from Beethoven in a non-ticketed free performance outside of the concert hall this spring. Bravo! The perfect Mixolo Goes Out experience has just arrived. Meet you at the Pagoda? #youcansitwithus

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CANCELED: Mixolo Goes Out to BSO's Free Concert in Patterson Park!

Time & Location

May 20, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT

Patterson Park, Patterson Park, Baltimore, MD, USA

About The Event

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents select Beethoven in a series of free performances this spring.  Whether you embrace the importance of having and preserving world-class music and musicians in a city or region or you're curious about one of humanity's most durable and far-reaching music genres, not to mention one of the most's an opportunity to enjoy it for free.

This time they're taking it outside to Baltimore's picturesque Patterson Park. BYOC (chair) and snacks if you'd like.  It's going to be classic. 

On the program:

Nicholas Hersh, conductor

BEETHOVEN Overture to Egmont, op. 84

BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 4 in B-flat Major, op. 60 BEETHOVEN Wellington’s Victory, op. 91

Listening to classical music has enormous proven health and cognitive benefits and is even more enjoyable in a social setting where you can share the experience.   We'll try our best to accommodate space for all of our solos, however, Mixolo is making arrangements independently of the venue and BSO.  We'll save your spot as long as we can.  Arrive by 6:30PM for the best results!


Though named Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, BSO is Maryland's orchestra.  The internationally acclaimed and Grammy award-winning symphony is embarking on a reinvention for the future and going all the way with music director Maestra Marin Alsop's pledge to make classical music more accessible. 


Before it was known as a park, the site of Patterson Park was pivotal in the War of 1812, serving as the grounds where American troops stood ready during the decisive battle of North Point at "Hampstead Hill," the promontory in the park where the Pagoda.

The pagoda (1891), now an East Baltimore icon, was designed by Baltimorean Charles H. Latrobe and reflects his fascination with the Asian cultures as well as William Patterson's link to the silk trade in Canton, China. 



Mixolo is organizing this outing independently for our members. The BSO-organized event is open to the public - no registration is required by the organizers.


Please register here or in our app only if you are interested in attending with Mixolo.  We'll communicate by email to registrants on updates to our plans for the evening.  Please watch your email closely. 


You may access limited pay and sometimes restricted residential street parking areas around the park.   Hours vary so pay close attention. Consider public transportation or ride-share options for a worry-free afternoon.

Important Notice:

Photos may be taken for promotional purposes for our web, social media and marketing materials.  Mixolo is a real-life social network; we want to minimize the use of stock photos and reflect the true essence of our MIxolo community.  Your registration and attendance will imply your willingness to participate and your release of all photos for use in marketing and promotions for Mixolo, Inc.


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