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What does BSO stand for?

BSO stands for Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

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Alsop is bringing her entire Baltimore Symphony Orchestra - to perform a concert that includes works by P.
Byline: Peter Spaull I RECENTLY wrote of a superb recording of Dvorak's New World Symphony by Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on the Naxos Label.
A former director of the New York Stock Exchange, he is active in civic affairs in the Baltimore area and serves on the board of Johns Hopkins University and heads the Endowment Board of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
And don't be put off because it's American; David Zinman and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra fully understand what Elgar is about and how he should sound.
The recordings that we have chosen to audition are both on the Telarc label, because we thought it would be fascinating to compare what has always been regarded as an excellently recorded Telarc CD from a decade or so ago, David Zinman leading the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (CD-80270, released in 1991), with the recent Telarc release featuring Paavo Jarvi conducting the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (CD-80587).
The former Baltimore Symphony Orchestra maestro, now music director of the Aspen Music Festival and School, is one of the most solidly accomplished conductors working today.