The BCSO announces a new outreach program called Ask the Conductor, which is designed as a way for music students in our local schools to interact with one of our conductors—Music Director Gary Fagin or Assistant Conductor Sebastian Grand.
BCSO bass players share their personal experiences as musicians.
The BCSO wishes all the best to the Hagey family, long-time concert sponsors, who recently closed the Hagey Coach & Tours portion of their business after serving the community for 84 years.
As a young piano prodigy, Clara Wieck was named “Royal and Imperial Austrian Chamber Virtuoso,” Austria’s highest musical honor.
The Bucks County Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce that the readers of The Intelligencer have once again voted the BCSO One of the Best in the Bucks-Mont for Live Entertainment in 2020.
A BCSO French horn player shares his personal experiences as a musician.
The invention of the printing press in 1450 was arguably one of the most important innovations in musical and human history.
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.
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Doylestown, PA 18901
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