Musician’s Musing – November 2018

This month’s Musician’s Musings was written by BSO board member and associate principal violist, Sarah Oxendale I didn’t find music; music found me. As a young girl growing up in the northern suburbs of the Twin Cities, I had no knowledge of classical music. I had no family members that were musicians, and in our neighborhood, few families were able to afford music lessons for their children. Playing an instrument had never crossed my mind, until I was 11 years old and I had the chance to get out of reading class. One day in fifth grade … [Read More...]

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Our Next Concert

Sunday, November 18 at  3 pm :: Romantically Yours

Join Music Director and Conductor Manny Laureano for a concert of Romantic period favorites! Renowned pianist Daniel Rieppel will be the featured soloist on Brahms’ First Piano Concerto, and the BSO will perform Tchaikovsky’s final Symphony No. 6, “Pathetique”

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Romantically Yours
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