Blue Ash Montgomery Symphony Orchestra
2019 Jack & Lucille Wonnell Young Artists Concerto Competition Winners Concert March 8, 2020.
Erica Nam, VIolin
Join BAMSO as we welcome this amazing 12 year violinist to the stage. She will be performing Henryk Wieniawski's Violin Concerto No. 2 , Allegro Moderato.
Jennifer Armor, Violin
BAMSO will also welcome this year's senior string division winner to the stage for the sonorous Andantino from Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1.
We will conclude our concert with the famed Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 2, Allegro Scherzando
To open the concert, the Orchestra will be spotlighted
in Dvorak's The Noon Witch.
Memorial Day Concert
Blue Ash Towne Square
Montgomery Assembly of God Church
St. Barnabas Church
July 3rd Holiday Concert
Mission: "We believe that music enriches the lives of people of all ages. Through our diverse music programming, accessible venues and no cost concerts, we provide the citizens of Blue Ash, Montgomery and surrounding areas with an enjoyable, affordable, quality music experience for audiences of all ages."
Danny and Fred
Percussion instruments for An American in Paris
Damon, Colin and Nick
Working Hard in the low string section!
Laura and Krista
Summer evening concert
The BAMSO team
SUMMER 2020 CONCERTS
"A Salute to our Soldiers"
- Monday May 25
- Blue Ash Towne Square
July 3rd Independence
"Ladies of Liberty"
- Friday July 3
- Montgomery Park
Labor Day Weekend
"A Cinematic Spectacular"
- Sunday September 6
- Blue Ash Towne Squarte
ADDITIONAL CONCERTS 2020 season
Young Artists Concerto Concert
Join BAMSO as we showcase our talented young Artists.
- Sunday March 8
- St. Barnabas Church
Come Celebrate the Holidays with BAMSO in December.
- Sunday December 6
- Montgomery Assembly of God Church
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