The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced that all live performances will be cancelled through at least November 29. However, the symphony expects live streaming a new digital concert series this fall.

“We are deeply disappointed that we are not able to open our exciting 2020-21 season as originally planned,” Peter Kjome, the BSO’s president and CEO said in a news release, “but we know these actions are necessary for the safety of our musicians, staff and audience members.”

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