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Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra increases capacity for remaining concerts

The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra can offer full capacity shows for remainder of season.
2019 Hilldale full capacity
2019 Hilldale full capacity (supplied photo)

THUNDER BAY – The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra will be able to play before full-capacity shows for the remainder of their concerts this season.

The 2021 season began with two sold-out performances on Oct. 21 and 22 that welcomed music director Paul Haas back to Thunder Bay after a 20-month hiatus.

With a number of concerts having sold out already, this change couldn’t have come at a better time for the TBSO, the lifted restrictions will allow more of the orchestra’s patrons to experience the powerful musical talent we have here in Thunder Bay.

The next scheduled concert offered by the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra entitled: Breakout! Freeborn will be held on Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m.with a ticket price of $45.

The 60th season and diamond anniversary of the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is sponsored by TBT Engineering.

To learn more details about upcoming shows and to purchase your tickets, visit tbso.ca.



Justin Hardy

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