The Baltimore Gamer Symphony Orchestra & Choir

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About Us


Who We Are

Where We Are

Who We Are

Our orchestra was founded by Kira Levitzky in 2013 shortly after she graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, after a tenure in the UMD Gamer Symphony Orchestra. The BGSO performs orchestral arrangements of video game music for the enjoyment of the greater Baltimore community. 


Along with concerts, we have also worked alongside Baltimore City Schools, Gamescape at Artscape, the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, and Freefall Baltimore, among others, to provide musical enrichment programs such as instrument petting zoos and more. 


What We Do

Where We Are

Who We Are

 We do not require any auditions for entry into the ensemble.  All musical skill levels and backgrounds are welcomed, and experience with video games is not required to join.

 Regardless of what our members are able to provide us when they join, we hope to push everyone to be the best they can so that they may discover their full potential as musicians. 

In addition to our performances, we aim to provide various musical learning opportunities when possible within the greater Baltimore community.


Where We Are

Where We Are

Where We Are

The Baltimore Gamer Symphony Orchestra & Choir is a member program of the Turner Station Recreation Council, and part of the Baltimore County Recreation & Parks Department. We are a non-profit organization.

We have our rehearsals on Wednesdays from 

7 pm - 9 pm as well as some of our events at:

Sollers Point Multipurpose Center

323 Sollers Point Road
Dundalk, MD, United States