Name: Bradley A. Bombardier Member of DSSO since: 1980 DSSO Position: Second Bassoon Education: Duluth East High School 1978 Bachelor of Music – University of Wisconsin-Superior 1982 Master of Music –  Bowling Green State University 1984 What made you decide to pursue a career in music?  It’s what I love most, and it was a natural path starting […]

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BRITISH ISLES | FEB 9 7 PM | DECC SYMPHONY HALL Music Director Dirk Meyer previews the repertoire for Masterworks 4, British Isles  VENUE & CONCERT INFORMATION Information regarding Symphony Hall and other events happening at the DECC: IMPORTANT SYMPHONY BUS INFO Route 3 (Westwood / Valentinis / Central Hillside Community Center) is FULL Route […]

DULUTH, Minnesota – The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra launches into the second half of its Grand Adventures season with their fourth Masterworks concert, British Isles, sponsored by U.S. Bank. What: British Isles // Masterworks IV When: Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 7 pm. Where: Symphony Hall at the DECC Music director Dirk Meyer and the […]

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  Name: Erin Aldridge Member of DSSO since: 2003 DSSO Position: Concertmaster Education: Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, Master of Music in Violin and Chamber Music Performance at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Doctor of Musical Art in Violin Performance at University of Wisconsin – Madison What made you […]

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Occasionally, our concerts will overlap with UMD Men’s or Women’s hockey, which means a busy night for parking at the DECC! For the 2018-19 season, our first concert of the season will correspond with UMD Men’s hockey season opener against the Minnesota Gopher’s. If you’re not looking forward to the traffic involved there are some […]

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The common musical denominator for Saturday night’s “Revelations: Beethoven Project” concert by the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall was that of “program music,” intended to create an impression of the natural world. Opening the evening at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center were Bela Bartok’s six Romanian Folk Dances, which helped to establish folk […]

The DSSO and Bent Paddle Brewing Company have teamed up on a very special project – something they’ve been dreaming about since Music Director, Dirk Meyer moved to town in 2012.  According to Meyer’s friends in Dusseldorf, he’s “really made it” and they’re jealous!  Why? Because thanks to Bent Paddle’s team of creators and thinkers, […]

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The Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra’s “Sagas” concert at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center’s Symphony Hall on Saturday night offered a double dose of works by Jean Sibelius and Richard Strauss. But on an evening that ended with a merry prankster meeting his maker, it was the singing of guest soprano Christine Brewer that stood out. […]

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It’s that time of the year! The MOST WONDERFUL TIME of the year! Charitable Giving and the DSSO! Two Important Reasons to Give Now… As we’re all busily wrapping and mailing packages, planning our holiday menus and welcoming family we’re probably also thinking about those year end gifts.  Some of us take the week between […]

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