Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Tickets
Have you ever had the chance of attending a live musical performance at a symphony orchestra? If you have not been lucky enough yet then do not fret because your luck is about to change because you now have the chance of attending a number of different musical events that will be held at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and considering the success of previous events held here, you can expect a night full of quality music that will surely leave you mesmerized once the performers play the final note. There are a number of different performances headed to this remarkable venue which includes the likes of Ashley Brown’s Broadway which is set to feature the vocal talents of Ashley Brown himself and it will be conducted by Jack Everly. Other upcoming events include the much awaited Musical Roots: From Africa to America which will be conducted by Damon Gupton. This performance will also be featuring the talents of beat boxer Shodekeh, talented pianist Eric Conway and tap master Karen Callaway Williams. The list of events does not end there and there are many other events scheduled to be held at this iconic venue. If you are interested in attending any one of the many performances that are scheduled to be held here, you will have to ensure that you book your Meyerhoff Symphony Hall tickets as soon as possible because tickets to these events sell out real quickly and you do not want to miss out on this fantastic opportunity.
Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Tickets & Upcoming Events
- Buy Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Lucas Waldin, Capathia Jenkins & Darryl Williams - A Tribute To Aretha Franklin, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Tickets for Fri Feb 28 2020 Fri Feb 28 2020Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Lucas Waldin, Capathia Jenkins & Darryl Williams - A Tribute To Aretha Franklin, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall tickets for 02/28 08:00 PM at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall ,Baltimore ,MD
- Fri Feb 28 2020
- Buy Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas McGegan - Vivaldi Mandolin Concerto, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Tickets for Fri Mar 06 2020 Fri Mar 06 2020Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas McGegan - Vivaldi Mandolin Concerto, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall tickets for 03/06 08:00 PM at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall ,Baltimore ,MD
- Fri Mar 06 2020
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- Sat Apr 11 2020
- Buy Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Marin Alsop - Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Tickets for Fri May 01 2020 Fri May 01 2020Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Marin Alsop - Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall tickets for 05/01 08:00 PM at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall ,Baltimore ,MD
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The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is located in the Mount Vernon area which is in the city of Baltimore in Maryland. It was designed by American architect Pietro Belluschi and it opened its doors to the general public for the first time on the 16th of September in 1982. Ever since then, it has gone on to become the pride of the town and is recognized as one of the most popular tourist attractions that the city has to offer. The venue is also home to the iconic Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and if you are a fan then there is good news for you because you can also attend one of the many performances that they hold here every year. The building, when operating at optimum capacity, can comfortably accommodate as many as two thousand four hundred and forty three people within its confines. Considering the size of the main auditorium, you can expect it to be filled to the brim whenever a popular production is scheduled to be performed here. The hall is named after a famous arts patron who was also the president of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for a total of eighteen years starting in 1965. The name of this man was Joseph Meyerhoff and he is quite popular among the people of Baltimore for the services that he provided to the people of the city.
The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is known for holding amazing musical performances which you can attend too by booking your Meyerhoff Symphony Hall tickets today.
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