A letter from the president
Dear BSO patrons and friends,
We hope you are all keeping well through these challenging times. As you know, the performing arts, like many sectors, have suffered significantly during this pandemic, but rest assured, we are working to make certain there will be an orchestra for you to enjoy as we move to a “new normal.”
Under normal circumstances, we’d be on summer break… but Maestro Mastromonaco, the Board and I are committed to continuing our work, including evaluating opportunities for projects to keep our orchestra “together” and relevant to you and the community we serve.
We’re also continuing our discussions with BPAC, to understand when we will be able to play “live.” In truth, there continues to be a lot of uncertainty around our upcoming season and although we have already done a lot of work on our 2020/2021 season lineup we are not yet in a position to announce it.
As always, we appreciate your support and patronage, and thank you for your continued engagement.
Anda Protopopescu, President of the Board
MUSIC DIRECTOR DENIS MASTROMONACO
It is with great pleasure that the Burlington Symphony Orchestra announces the appointment of Denis Mastromonaco as Music Director and Conductor. Maestro Mastromonaco brings a wealth of experience to his role, having worked with Royal Opera Canada, the National Academy Orchestra, the State University of New York, the West Bohemian Symphony Orchestra (Czech Republic) and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, to name but a few.