BSO Pulse returns for a fourth season of bringing together classical music and indie artists for a unique musical experience. Each collaboration crosses genres. Nicholas Hersh conducts. The shows kick off with a pre-concert party with live music, happy hour drink specials and local food.

The 2018/2019 schedule is as follows:

Oct. 25: Kelela — The D.C. native combines contemporary R&B with jazz influences and progressive electronic music.

Nov. 29: Parquet Courts — The alternative rockers are best known for their punk rock hits. Their latest album was produced by Danger Mouse.

Jan. 17: Dan Deacon — Baltimore’s own visionary presents a night of immersive electronic-acoustic collaborations and the world premieres of several new compositions.

May 16: Rhiannon Giddens — The folk singer and multi-instrumentalist, who was named a MacArthur Genius Grant recipient in 2017, is revitalizing decades of American roots music with invigorating style.