On February 22, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will perform the first of three free concerts at community locations across Baltimore City. The performance at New Shiloh Baptist Church will feature Chevalier de Saint-Georges’s Overture to The Anonymous Lover, Carlos Simon’s AMEN!, Strauss’s “Thunder and Lightning” Polka and “On the Beautiful Blue Danube,” Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Ballade in A minor, and Ives’s “Circus Band” March, led by Assistant Conductor Jonathan Rush. Subsequent concerts are planned on April 26 at the B&O Railroad Museum and on June 1 outdoors at the Patterson Park Observatory, both featuring classical works paired with pop music, arranged for Baltimore-based rapper Wordsmith, the orchestra’s artistic partner.