Baltimore Symphony Musicians provide Holiday Serenade and Toys for Children at Kennedy Krieger Institute

On Wednesday, December 15 at 10:30 a.m., the Kennedy Krieger Institute—a nationally renowned children’s rehabilitation hospital—will be visited by Santa and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians and receive hundreds of toys generously donated by the musicians of the BSO. Now in its fifth year, the BSO Toy Drive is one of the highlights of the holiday season for the patients and staff of the Institute. As in past years, a chamber brass ensemble will serenade those in attendance with holiday music. At about 10:45 a.m., an oboe-playing Santa will make his appearance accompanied by a selection of the hundreds of toys that have been collected. After the musicians leave, all remaining toys will be left at Kennedy Krieger so future patients can enjoy the donation.

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