Indie rock and classical music are at last joining forces. Pulse, a new concert series that’s set to debut this fall, will feature some of the better bands touring the clubs, and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
A partnership between WTMD and the BSO, the four concerts at the Meyerhoff will each feature a classical piece and a band. At some point during the show, the musicians will explain the relationship. There’s also time written in for the classical performers and the band to join forces.
The concerts will also be livestreamed, and preserved on tape.
Here’s the full schedule:
Sept. 24: Dawes, Philip Glass Symphony No. 3
Nov. 13: Wye Oak, John Luther Adams’ Become River
March 24: Dr. Dog, Stravinsky’s Suite from L’Historie du Soldat
April 28: The Lone Bellow, Aaron Copland’s Appalachian Spring
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