Lucas Richman, conductor Robinson Ballet Bangor Area Children’s Choir A holiday tradition for all ages, don’t miss this magical production of Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece. The Robinson Ballet, Bangor Area Children’s Choir, and the BSO combine to bring the story of Clara and her toy Nutcracker to life with a family-friendly production that leaves audiences inspired year […]
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The BSO woodwinds and brass take center stage and Lucas Richman makes his BSO debut as piano soloist in January for a program of diverse masterworks. Works by Dukas and Gabrielli highlight the full force of the BSO brass section, with the program anchored by gems from Dvorak and Stravinsky. Maestro Richman is joined onstage […]
A unique concert experience awaits audiences at this joint presentation by the BSO and the Maine Science Festival exploring how composers have depicted the sea and the power of nature through music across generations. Hear Semtana’s iconic Moldau and Debussy’s sweeping La Mer accompanied by a new work from Lucas Richman, The Warming Sea, exploring […]
Beethoven and Haydn, what’s not to love? Celebrate Beethoven’s 250th birthday with the composer’s glorious Piano Concerto No. 4, featuring Italian pianist Roberto Plano as soloist. Then hear Haydn’s stunning Mass in Time of War, featuring soprano Jamilyn Manning-White, making a BSO return after last appearing as Musetta in La Boheme. The BSO is joined […]
The Masterworks season concludes with Mahler’s passion-filled Symphony No. 5, and a rarely performed gem by Mozart. Lucas Richman, conductor W.A. Mozart Masonic Funeral Music, K.477 Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 5
Sir Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber are not only knights — they also happen to be three of the most successful songwriters of all time with careers that span decades. “Music of the Knights®” honors their lasting musical influence with songs like “Memory,” ”I Don’t Know How to Love Him,” […]