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Eva loves her ChIRP violin! Keep Music Alive with a Gift to the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra When you donate to the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, you’re making our community a richer, more beautiful place. After a recent concert, an audience member shared the following...

On Sale Now – Fes...

The last day to purchase poinsettias is Friday, November 25th, 2016. Free delivery for orders over $100. Pick up at First United Church, 2420 E. 3rd Street on Wednesday, December 7, from 3 to 6 pm, or Thursday, December 8, from 10 am to 5:30 pm. Call 812-331-2320 for special pricing for...

Youth Concerto Competit...

The BSO’s Youth Concerto Competition is now accepting applications! Each year, talented young musicians from Monroe and surrounding counties compete for scholarship money and a chance to perform as a soloist with the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra. Is this year your time to...

From Pigs to Horned Hel...

“I grew up on a farm. Whenever I could, I’d sneak off and sing to the pigs. They were a great audience – never criticized or complained – they just stood there, eating and grunting. Singing to them gave me the freedom to sing out and express myself, and to practice...

A Joyous Frame of Mind:...

Music Beat Music events filling the holiday season By Peter Jacobi H-T Columnist There’s a pause in the music for Thanksgiving, save for an event with a look-ahead purpose: the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra’s annual “Holly Days Christmas,” a cheery affair devoted to put us in a...

Impressive Debut: HT Re...

CONCERT REVIEWS: BLOOMINGTON SYMPHONY AND MORE Bloomington Symphony Orchestra’s new conductor makes impressive debut By Peter Jacobi H-T Reviewer | pjacobi@heraldt.com Good news. The new music director and conductor of the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra made his local debut...

Herald Times Preview of...

Music Beat by Peter Jacobi, H-T Columnist Sunday, September 25, 2016 photo courtesy of Adam Schwartz, WFIU How about a Bloomington Symphony Orchestra concert with a new and intriguing conductor on the podium and music from the opera as content? How about the first concert in the new...

Music Beat: Get ready f...

By Peter Jacobi H-T Columnist Aug 28, 2016 It begins. After a very sleepy month of August, the Bloomington musical events series for 2016-17 gets under way. We will have music! As usual, the season calendar contains gifts for everyone., whether you like early music or contemporary,...