November Program Sneak Peek

We are happy to provide this preview of the Bloomington Symphony's November 21 concert program. Please read, and then purchase your tickets here and plan to join us for the performance of these two pieces - one brand new to the orchestra and our audience, the other familiar and beloved. Don't miss your chance to hear these great works performed live, by the 75 volunteer musicians of the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra led by Manny Laureano, Music Director and Conductor. 2021NovProgramWebDownload … [Read More...]

Concert Health & Safety

The Bloomington Symphony has adopted the following Concert Health and Safety protocols to keep our audiences and musicians as safe as possible. Highlights are:

  • Masks required
  • Proof of vaccination OR
  • Negative COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours

Full Concert Health & Safety Plan

Thank you for your participation in keeping our audiences and musicians safe, and helping us keep the music playing!

February 27 :: Travelers and Tales

The BSO will warm up your Sunday afternoon in February 2022 with a performance including Beethoven’s Egmont Overture, Gershwin’s An American in Paris, and a piece by local composer Shelley Hanson’s piece about New York City, called Groove. We are also excited to feature the Grand Prize Winner of MNSOTA’s Mary West Solo Competition, Yu Chia Hsu, who will perform Ravel’s Tzigane.

Purchase reserved tickets here.

Support the BSO

We depend on donations from our patrons, to enrich the lives of our audiences and musicians with outstanding performances of challenging, educational, and thoughtfully selected orchestral repertoire. Join our roster of generous givers by donating today!

1 – Donate by credit card, PayPal, or bank transfer through our secure online portal Give Lively

2 – Text BSOGIVES to 44321 to give by text

3 – Checks made out to “BSO” are gratefully accepted at our office ~ 1800 West Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington, MN 55431