Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Location: 1212 Cathedral St.
Box Office: 410-783-8000
The BSO in April released its 2021-22 calendar of in-person concerts at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. Individual seats are as low as $25.
Virtual concerts: offstage.bsomusic.org/en
During the pandemic, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has operated a virtual series of concerts called BSO Sessions. Of the 30 sessions, 6 sessions are scheduled in May and June. The series will be available until June 30. While some concerts are free, most are available at $9.99 per view or a monthly all-access fee of $19.99. The latter provides access to all programs that began in October.
In-Person Concert: The BSO is planning a free concert June 5 outside the Meyerhoff.
Begun in 1916, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra keeps growing in stature. Under the baton of Marin Alsop, the first woman to lead a major American orchestra, the BSO has secured its place among the world’s best symphonies. Her tenure concludes with the current season although she is scheduled got conduct four concerts at the Meyerhoff next season.
Location: 110 W. Mt. Royal Ave
Box Office: 800-982-2787
Ticket Window: Mon-Fri. 10 am -4 pm
The Lyric is a non-profit performing arts center. What began as Baltimore Opera House in the late 19th century, it is now principally a venue for national touring acts, from music, dance, comedy and youth and educational programs. The next scheduled event is not until July. Schools have used the Lyric for graduation ceremonies.
Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University
Location: 1 E Mount Vernon Pl.
Online Concerts: peabody.jhu.edu/concerts-events/?event_type=56
Free online concerts are available through May
Ticket Office: 667-208-6620, email@example.com
Founded in 1857 by George Peabody, the Peabody Institute has been one of the country’s principle music conservatories ever since. It boasts a stellar faculty and an illustrious list of alumni. It is anticipated that in the fall Peabody will resume a full schedule of free concerts by both students and faculty.
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
Location: 847 N. Howard St.
Contact: 410.225-3130, firstname.lastname@example.org
Eubie Blake, born James Hubert Blake, was a legendary Baltimore-born jazz pianist. The center maintains an exhibition celebrating his legacy. It also hosts concerts, dance classes and art exhibitions.
An Die Musik
Location: 409 N. Charles St.
Streaming calendar: andiemusiklive.com/events
Located in a townhouse on Charles Street, An die Music, a venue for jazz concerts in an intimate setting, has been offering streaming concerts since March 2020. It has begun limited in-person seating.