Announced on Tuesday, the Bangor Symphony Orchestra is offering free admission from the comfort of the classroom. Due to the support of Northern Light Health, Bangor's premiere musical organization will be able to share all of this upcoming season's concerts for free to Maine schools.


This season the Bangor Symphony Orchestra has already begun performing and had a show in November of Beethoven's 8th on cello, conducted by Lucas Richman and performed by cellist Mark Kosower.

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Later this season, the BSO is planning on many performances throughout the next several months. This season we will be looking forward to live performances including:

Educators can take advantage of this new offering by registering on the Bangor Symphony Orchestra website. Educators need to fill out a simple online form to make the music available for streaming to students K - 12 in the State of Maine. The form asks for information including the teacher's name, school name, the classroom grades that the teacher tends to, and an email address for the teacher.

Educators and parents can find out more about this free offering by visiting the Bangor Symphony Orchestra website.

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