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Vegas, baby! No, I mean Santa, baby!

It’s time once again for the BSO Holiday Spectacular. This year’s theme: Las Vegas! Look, I don’t know either. Let’s parse this out. Program description, a little help, please?

Join us as Maureen McGovern hosts a chorus line of Rhinestone Santas, dancing dogs and all your favorite holiday tunes. Add in a Liberace sound alike, showgirls and the entire Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and you’ve got the makings of a Holiday Spectacular you’ll never forget.

Children 12 and under are half price for matinees.

Santa Claus Has Come to the Meyerhoff!
The Baltimore Symphony Associate’s (BSA) Sixth Annual Holiday Spectacular Photo Project will take place before the concert. We encourage you to bring friends and family to the festive holiday display in the main lobby and capture a memory of your holiday experience with the Santa for only $10! Staffed by BSA volunteers, all proceeds from this project benefit the BSO’s education and outreach programs.

Liberace soundalike. I see. Showgirls. Yes. Certainly. Dancing dogs? Why the hell not? Chorus line of… Rhinestone… Santas… I wish I still worked there so I could find someone to explain this to me. Here is a list of performance dates; I’ll let you know if I hear about any discounts. And I’m out.


About Jenn

Despite being the former digital marketing intern at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Jenn German does not like Mozart. Beethoven could've totally beaten him up. Also she has an arts management graduate degree from American University, but this changes nothing.


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