The BCSO pays tribute to long-time Friend of the Symphony Robert L. Byers Sr. and expresses our condolences to his family on his passing.
Johann Sebastian Bach was just one of scores of Baroque era composers, but there’s something about the artistry and craft of his music that has stood the test of time above all of his contemporaries.
As we enter 2021, we remain confident that our community and nation are moving forward with renewed strength and resolve toward brighter days ahead.
Two BCSO violinists share their personal experiences as musicians.
How does a composer compose? How does the creative process work?
It was on 26 January, 1936 that Stalin paid a rare visit to the opera: Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District was the work performed.
What’s so special about Western Classical Music, anyway? One word: modulation.
Josh Hadfield, a BCSO double bass player for nine years, is an information technology consultant.
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A journey through 19th Century nationalism and the musical ingredients that give music a sense of place.
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