Indie Meets Classical At The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is pairing with bands for a new series they’re calling Pulse. For the next installment the BSO will share the stage with indie band Dr. Dog and the Baltimore Boom Bap Society.
The show starts with members of the BSO and the Baltimore Boom Bap Society performing Stravinsky’sL’histoire. Followed by a performance by Dr. Dog.
Nicholas Hersh, associate conductor of the BSO, will be presiding over the performance.
He joins Tom to discuss how the Pulse series came about and what it takes to blend classical and indie sounds.
Dr. Dog and the Baltimore Boom Bap Society will appear with the BSO at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall on Thursday March, 24. Happy hour starts at 5:30, the concert kicks off at 8:30.