We are so very pleased to welcome back to the BSO stage the exceptional cellist Wesley Baldwin to perform Schulman’s dynamic Concerto for Cello and Orchestra as well as Bruch’s soul-stirring Kol Nidrei. Be there on Sunday, May 1, 2016 at 3:00 PM, Bemidji High School Auditorium!
Moms & Dads, Grandmas & Grandpas, Aunties & Uncles -- Bring your favorite young person to the BSO's April 3rd concert to hear "Peter and the Wolf!" Both young and young-at-heart will love this famous orchestral fairy tale. Kids K-12 admitted FREE!
The BSO will be featured on Common Ground tonight (October 22 2015) at 7:00PM on Lakeland Public TV!
BSO’s principal cellist, Patrick Riley, plays bass with Jazz Atavist, and they're performing a multi-media extravaganza of the Golden Age of Jazz - November 6 & 7, 2015 at BSU. www.jazzatavist.com
Remember that our October 3, 2015 concert is Saturday evening at 7:00 PM at the BHS Auditorium. Listen to guest pianist Dianna Anderson in her beautiful performance of Beethoven in “Postcards from Germany!”
All members of the Bemidji Symphony Orchestra are invited
to attend the BSO’s annual business meeting on Thursday September 24, 2015 at
5:30 pm in the meeting room at Lueken’s Village Foods North.
A "member" of the BSO is defined as a person who has contributed
at least $10 to the BSO between July 2014 to the present, and/or is a
current rostered BSO musician who has played at least seven concerts
with the orchestra.
Business will include the annual meeting agenda and minutes, annual
Treasurer’s report, and election of new officers and board members.
Season tickets are available for our exciting new season, "Passionate Journeys!" You can purchase them with a credit card via our website, or, use cash or check at the lobby table just before a BSO concert. You can also get them at our booth at Art in the Park (July 18-19. 2015). Buy them by July 11th and get a FREE ticket to our Summer Pops concert, "Patriotic Pathways!"
Past BSO guest artist (and Bemidji’s own!) cellist Eric Haugen invites you to Headwaters School of Music & Arts on Tuesday June 9, 2015 at 7PM to hear him perform several selections, including Benjamin Britten’s Cello Suite No. 1.
Join us on May 3, 2015 for the Mozart Requiem. Four soloists, two choirs, and the BSO musicians take the stage for a memorable performance of this powerful musical masterpiece!
Mark your calendar for March 29, 2015 when humanities scholar Clay S. Jenkinson (as Thomas Jefferson) brings to life the iconic figures carved into Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Music includes Haydn, Corelli, Copland and Brubeck.