Category: <span>Press Release</span>

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...

October 29, 2021October 29, 2021
TBSO President Linda Penner wins Orchestras Canada’s 2021 Betty Webster Award

TBSO President Linda Penner wins Orchestras Canada’s 2021 Betty Webster Award

Linda Penner is the winner of the Orchestras Canada Betty Webster Award for 2021. Linda Penner was nominated by the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra. The award announcement, delivered by video, celebrates her long-time contributions to the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, the communities it serves, and the role she has played in sustaining the spirit and...

September 29, 2021September 29, 2021

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...

January 14, 2021January 14, 2021
TBSO announces new Executive Director/General Manager

TBSO announces new Executive Director/General Manager

The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra is thrilled to announce the appointment of Ryleigh Dupuis as its new Executive Director/General Manager. Ryleigh returns to Thunder Bay after several years away. She brings with her extensive corporate management experience and a passion for working in the creative sector. Ryleigh worked as an HR Specialist turned Station Manager...

July 24, 2020July 28, 2020

TBSO Executive Director will be leaving Symphony in better shape

TBSO’s Executive Director Gerald McEachern has declined the offer to renew his contract with the Symphony for another two years. “While I appreciate the offer, it’s time for me to focus on personal projects. I’d originally only planned to do the job for two years, and have stayed for three. So it’s been a good...

May 12, 2020May 12, 2020
TBSO Nominated for Juno

TBSO Nominated for Juno

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 29, 2019 Thunder Bay’s TBSO nominated for prestigious JUNO Award for first time (Thunder Bay) It has just been announced that the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra has been nominated for a JUNO Award in the the “Classical Album of the Year” category. The nomination is for the “Into the Wonder” album...

January 29, 2019February 27, 2019

TBSO Launches Dream Vacation Lottery

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO   – December 14, 2018  (LSN) Get ready to pack your bags—because the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra has just given you the  chance to win a fabulous Dream Vacation for two! Yesterday, the city’s brand new mayor, Bill Mauro, bought the very first  $20 TBSO Dream Vacation  Lottery ticket. Best of all, every...

December 18, 2018December 18, 2018