Author: tbso (Sharon McEachern)

TBSO sets ‘Symphony Virgins’ free on Friday

Thanks to a generous supporter, TBSO is dropping their $25 ticket price on it’s pre- season Symphony Virgins concert, making it a FREE concert on Friday night at the Da Vinci Centre. The concert features Music Director Paul Haas conducting the whole orchestra. The program includes an exciting cross-section of classical music—ranging from John Williams’...

October 10, 2018October 10, 2018
Superior Morning with Lisa Laco

Superior Morning with Lisa Laco

Listen as TBSO’s Executive Director, Gerald McEachern, and Vice President of the Board of Directors and Development Chairperson, Jeff Sampson, meet with Lisa Laco to discuss TBSO’s new Case for Support document and how the TBSO is meeting financial challenges and addressing an aging core audience. Live in Thunder Bay, September 21, 2018

September 28, 2018February 27, 2019

Position Filled: Marketing Manager

The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra (TBSO) is seeking a full-time Marketing Manager. Now in its 58th (Seriously Great!) season, the TBSO delivers 21 regular season performances, 4 educational programs delivered to local and regional schools, as well as a half dozen or more special events involving 168 musician services in total. Reporting to the Executive...

September 25, 2018December 22, 2018

Interim Conductor-in-Residence.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 19, 2018 (THUNDER BAY) Simon Rivard, TBSO’s fine young Conductor-in-Residence will be stepping down from his post, effective immediately. He will be replaced by the equally gifed and energetic Mélissa Biroun, who will assume duties as Interim Conductor-in-Residence. Biroun is a graduate of the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal in classical...

September 21, 2018October 1, 2018