Learn about the instruments, composers, pieces, and how to conduct - from our home to yours!
Learn how to conduct with Maestro Yaniv! (Featuring Jonah)
Want to know how strings are made for violins, violas, cellos, and basses? Read on!
Learn about the Bass with Mark Tomko, Principal Bass of the BSO!
Learn about the cello with Olivia Kingsley, BSO Program Intern!
Learn about the English horn with Ken Bronstein, English horn of the BSO!
Learn about composer and pianist Kris Bowers.
Learn about an unexpected adventure that once happened to soloist, Grammy winning oboist Alex Klein!
Learn about a day in the life of soloist New York Philharmonic Principal Clarinetist Anthony McGill!
Experience music and media arts!
This week’s lesson features Breanna Sinclaire, the first transgender person to sing the National Anthem at a professional sporting event!
Here is a fun Carnival of the Animals activity to do with your kids!
Learn about Joan Tower and her Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman!
Who's on first? Learn about Chopin and his first (or is it second?) piano concerto!
Stories and music! Here is a fun activity to do with your kids involving the piece In the Hall of the Mountain King.
Hear words of inspiration from composers Alexandra Gardner and Frances Pollock.
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The BSO is a proud participant and a founding member of the new Whatcom Arts Project, a group of over 30 community arts nonprofits. The goal of the Whatcom Arts Project is to reach our community during this time of need to provide hope, entertainment, learning opportunities, and a sense of togetherness. Each week, the BSO posts learning activities and videos on our website and to social media as part of the Whatcom Arts Project. To learn more about the Whatcom Arts Project and home friendly activities in our area, please visit: www.facebook.com/WhatcomArtsProject/ or https://www.bellingham.org/whatcom-arts-project/.