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DSSO providing entertainment at home

Amy Adamle
Created: May 15, 2020 10:29 AM

There's a way to enjoy the sounds of the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra right from the comfort of your home.

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Since the pandemic began, the musicians haven't been able to perform in front of crowds.  Now, they're offering a free, on demand service online.  

The DSSO wanted to find a way to still share their talents with the community, while we wait for the day we can take in a concert in the audience again. 

"Music is really powerful at bringing people together, right now we can't accomplish that mission in a shared space," Brandon VanWaeyenberghe, the DSSO Executive Director, said.  "The DSSO on demand is a free service that offers past recordings of both audio and audio visual for people in the Northland to enjoy in their homes or as they go about their business."

They're also offering some private recitals online and a series on Beethoven. You can see the on demand performances at DSSO.com. Click on their at home page that says "Listen now" to check it out. 

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