Let the Hunger Games begin. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on Tuesday unveiled its plans to return to performing indoor concerts before live audiences beginning Sept. 11 after 18 months of virtual and outdoor performances as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. That alone would make next season noteworthy. In addition, audiences will watch a riveting drama being played out on the podium as guest conductors vie in real time to become the candidate chosen to succeed the outgoing music director Marin Alsop as music director.
BSO announces new season of in-person performances, begins search for Marin Alsop’s successor
April 7, 2021