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TBSO to temporarily stream concerts for free

New Ontario restrictions mean crowds not allowed at ticketed events, including the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra.
Gryphon Trio performs with the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra. Photo by Greg Malo.

THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra will offer free streaming of shows for a limited time, with updated COVID-19 restrictions now in place.

“The safety of our community is of utmost importance at all times, particularly now. We want to have the opportunity to perform in person again soon, so we recognize the current need for increased caution,” executive director and general manager Ryleigh Dupuis said in a release issued on Monday

“The first half of the TBSO’s 60th season had been wonderfully successful, featuring exceptional guest musicians and conductors. They are grateful to have connected with audiences in person and look forward to seeing you in person again soon.”

Ticket-holders for January shows have the option to donate their tickets back to the Symphony in return for a tax receipt or refund.

For more information, visit or phone 626-8276.

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