BELLINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PRESENTS:

Resounding Joy 


Sunday | June 5, 2022 | 3:00PM


Please Note:  
-These are reduced-capacity concerts with seating sold only in pairs. When making your selection, be sure to click on both seats in your chosen pair(s) in order to add them to your shopping cart.
-For BSO events, all patrons must provide proof of vaccination for entry. A negative COVID test result will not be accepted as a substitute. By purchasing tickets, patrons and their guests agree to abide by BSO Health & Safety Guidelines and be in good health while attending concerts. For the full guidelines, please visit bellinghamsymphony.org.




We finish our 46th season with classical guitarist Daniel Bolshoy joining us for an afternoon of powerful, beautiful, and inspiring pieces by musical giants. If you enjoyed Daniel’s guitar mastery during last season’s At Home with Daniel & the BSO, you will love seeing and hearing him in person. 

Mr. Bolshoy solos on Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Guitar Concerto, the orchestration of which was designed “to give more the appearance and the color of the orchestra than the weight,” according to the composer. Virtuoso Spanish classical guitarist Andrés Segovia used this work as a counterexample to the idea that a solo guitar cannot be heard over an orchestra.

We close with the magnificent Beethoven Symphony No. 5 and our thanks to our community for your support through these challenging times.


All programs are subject to change; please see the Bellingham Symphony website for detailed information.
 

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