Like crocuses sending up their vibrantly colored buds after a tough winter, some Baltimore arts groups are reopening to the public for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic descended on Maryland nearly a year ago. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday that it will stage two free outdoor community concerts in June conducted by outgoing music director Marin Alsop. The concerts (on June 5 in the blocks around Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and on June 12 on the grounds of the Music Center at Strathmore in Bethesda) will be the first time that the BSO has performed before a live audience in 15 months.
Baltimore arts groups start to reopen doors to public; BSO plans festival honoring music director Marin Alsop
March 3, 2021