The orchestra and its administration appear to have made strides to place the damaging lockout behind them, however there’s nonetheless some solution to go.
January 14, 2020 (Baltimore, MD) – The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) at the moment introduced that it has secured $6 million in extraordinary working presents in addition to a $1.25 million endowment reward up to now month to make sure that it might probably transfer ahead with the transformative, multi-year planning efforts presently underway. Funds will present fast money stream and steadiness sheet aid in addition to place the Orchestra to embark on a plan that can reinvigorate its packages and set up new ranges of engagement with its audiences, the group and the state of Maryland.
These presents, together with a $2 million management reward, will allow the BSO to show the nook in direction of sustainability. The BSO is exceptionally grateful for beneficiant presents from long-time pals, Board members and passionate group leaders from larger Baltimore and Montgomery County together with Michael & Patricia Batza, Rick Berndt, Barbara & Thomas Bozzuto, George & Anne Bunting, Mary Catherine Bunting, Sandra Levi Gerstung, Patricia & Mark Joseph, Earl & Darielle Linehan, The Joseph and Harvey Meyerhoff Household Charitable Funds, Robert Meyerhoff & Rheda Becker, Judy & Scott Phares, Arnie & Alison Richman, Barry & Susan Rosen, Bruce Rosenblum & Lori Laitman, and George & Betsy Sherman, in addition to others, as a part of this effort.