Artist Spotlight: Justin Stoltz

Praised for his “effortlessly powerful” voice (The Chronicle Journal), Canadian tenor Justin Stolz is quickly establishing himself as an exciting operatic performer. A versatile and dynamic presence, Justin made a “rousing” (Opera News) professional debut as Der Steuermann in the The Atlanta Opera’s production of Wagner’s Der fliegende Holländer during the 2017-2018 season. Other highlights […]

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Artist Spotlight: Nancy Freeborn

Nancy Freeborn is a dynamic performer who has charmed Thunder Bay for years. In her first headlining Pops performance, Nancy will bring modern hits, old classics, and maybe a few surprises to the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium on October 15th. We had a chance to sit down and get to know her a little better, […]

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Auditions Announcement

Auditions The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra will be holding pre-recorded video auditions for the following vacancies: Principal Flute English | Francais | Audition Repertoire Section Violin (2 positions) English | Francais | Audition Repertoire Section Cello (2 positions) English | Francais | Audition Repertoire Principal Viola English | Francais | Audition Repertoire   The procedure for pre-recorded video auditions is: 1. A qualified candidate may apply to audition, as per the […]

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Returning to in-person concerts!

Starting March 11th, our Hilldale Concert Series will continue! The performances begin with our feature guest conductor Evan Mitchell, a brilliant and profound piece by William Grant Still, and timeless Symphonies by both Schubert and Farrenc. The concerts that follow will feature soloists from our very own orchestra! To keep the safety of our musicians, […]

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TBSO Increases Capacity for Remaining Concerts

Late last week, the TBSO performed the first concert of their 60th Season to a live audience. Both showtimes were sold out, and the room was filled with applause for their return. The TBSO is now thrilled to announce that, with updated provincial guidelines, they can lift capacity limits for the remainder of their scheduled […]

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TBSO Changes Things Up with Stay at Home Order

The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra just announced their plans for the second half of their 59.5 Season days ago. However, with the ever-changing circumstances in Ontario the TBSO will be using this time to connect with their audience in a new way. With the new stay at home order in effect, the TBSO will be […]

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