Wed, Feb 26|
Murphy Fine Arts Center
Join us for another of Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Pop(up)s
Happy 250th birthday, Ludwig! Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents select works from Beethoven in a series of non-ticketed free performances outside of the concert hall this winter and spring. Bravo! The perfect Mixolo Goes Out experience has just arrived. #youcansitwithus
Time & Location
Feb 26, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST
Murphy Fine Arts Center, 2201 Argonne Dr, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA
About The Event
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents select Beethoven in a series of free performances this winter and 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 beautiful...here's an opportunity to enjoy it for free.
You'll want to arrive at the Murphy Fine Arts Center by 6:30 PM to ensure seating for the 7:00 PM performance. Here's what you can expect - for free!
Jonathan Rush, conductor
Kelly Hall-Tompkins, violin
SAMUEL COLERIDGE-TAYLOR Le caprice de Nannette
JOSEPH BOLOGNE Violin Concerto in C Major, op. 5, No. 1
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7 in A Major, op. 92
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. So, come out already and join your Mixolo community at the concert-ready performing arts center on Morgan State University's main campus.
We'll try our best to accommodate adjacent seating, however, Mixolo is making arrangements independently of the venue and BSO.
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.
Expect to see BSO pop-up around the city in some interesting places with their selections from arguably, one of the most influential composers of all time.
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.
At the Murphy Fine Arts Center, parking is free in the “Y” lot. Access the “Y” lot from Argonne Drive. Turn onto McCallum Drive. Travel straight through the 1st STOP sign, to reach the rear of the Murphy Fine Arts Center. Bear to the right at the 2nd STOP sign. See parking lot entrance on left.
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