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January 2022

Bangor Symphony Orchestra

January 30 at 3:00 pm5:00 pm EST
Collins Center for the Arts, 2 Flagstaff Road
Orono, ME 04473 United States

Masterworks III Revolutionaries: Mozart / Saint-Georges January 30, 2022 at 3pm Collins Center for the Arts Lucas Richman, conductor Wren Saunders, bassoon Two 18th century composers, both revolutionaries in their own right, created sparkling works that still connect today What’s Interesting About This Concert For the first time in its history, the BSO performs the music of Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, who was born into slavery in the French West Indies and navigated France’s colonial “Code Noir” for a swashbuckling…

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March 2022

Bangor Symphony Orchestra – The Warming Sea

March 19 at 7:00 pm9:00 pm EDT

Special Event The Warming Sea March 19, 2022 at 7pm Collins Center for the Arts Lucas Richman, conductor The Maine Science Festival is returning in March 2022 and the headlining event is the world premiere of Lucas Richman’s The Warming Sea, performed by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra. The evening will combine art and science, beginning with an overview of climate change in Maine from some of Maine’s leading climate researchers followed by a short film of interviews that Lucas Richman had…

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April 2022

Bangor Symphony Orchestra

April 10 at 3:00 pm5:00 pm EDT
Collins Center for the Arts, 2 Flagstaff Road
Orono, ME 04473 United States

Masterworks V A Grand Finale April 10, 2022 at 3pm Collins Center for the Arts Lucas Richman, conductor Roberto Plano, piano A blockbuster program of Dvořák, Beethoven and Borodin marks the end of a celebratory season What’s Interesting About This Concert Italian pianist Roberto Plano makes his BSO debut in Beethoven’s magnificent Piano Concerto. No. 4  Dvořák’s Carnival Overture was part of his “Nature, Life, and Love” trilogy of overtures, forming the second part, “Life” The Polovtsian Dances come from Borodin’s opera Prince Igor, adopted from an ancient…

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