The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Jonathon Heyward.

In Monday’s (7/8) WMAR 2 News (Maryland), Siobhan Garrett writes, “A chance to hear the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra all across Maryland—the Music for Maryland Tour kicks off on Tuesday in Cambridge. It features a mix of chamber ensembles and full orchestra performances. ‘Music for Maryland is about transforming our commitment into tangible experiences, bringing the joy of music to every corner of Maryland,’ said Mark Hanson, President and CEO of the BSO. ‘We are thankful for the partnerships with counties across the state that have made this tour possible as we look for new ways to serve our community statewide.’ Admission to each concert is pay-what-you-wish so more people can attend the performances. Launched in 2022, coming out of the pandemic, the Music for Maryland Tour’s goal was to expand the reach of the BSO throughout the state of Maryland beyond the walls of the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and The Music Center at Strathmore.” The article lists the dates and locations of the orchestra’s concerts in Hagerstown, Cambridge, Salisbury, Princess Anne, Federalsburg, Waldorf, Oxford, and Ocean City.