Portland Symphony Orchestra Tickets
Established in 1923, the Portland Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is now one of the oldest and most respected symphony orchestras in the New England region. Portland Symphony Orchestra tickets bring some of the most awaited concerts and performances by the orchestra this season. Don’t miss out on the exuberance of sheer classic music with the Portland Symphony. Enjoy!
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- Sat Jan 13 2018Buy Portland Symphony Orchestra: Ken-David Masur - Oscars' Biggest Hits, Merrill Auditorium Tickets for Sat Jan 13 2018 Portland Symphony Orchestra: Ken-David Masur - Oscars' Biggest Hits, Merrill Auditorium tickets for 01/13 07:30 PM Merrill Auditorium
- Sat Jan 13 2018
- Tue Jan 30 2018Buy Portland Symphony Orchestra: Robert Moody - Mozart & Strauss, Merrill Auditorium Tickets for Tue Jan 30 2018 Portland Symphony Orchestra: Robert Moody - Mozart & Strauss, Merrill Auditorium tickets for 01/30 07:30 PM Merrill Auditorium
- Tue Jan 30 2018
- Sun Feb 11 2018Buy Portland Symphony Orchestra: Robert Moody & Charles Dimmick - Ravel's Bolero, Merrill Auditorium Tickets for Sun Feb 11 2018 Portland Symphony Orchestra: Robert Moody & Charles Dimmick - Ravel's Bolero, Merrill Auditorium tickets for 02/11 02:30 PM Merrill Auditorium
- Sun Feb 11 2018
- Sat Apr 21 2018Buy Portland Symphony Orchestra: Daniel Meyer - Rodgers and Hammerstein on Broadway, Merrill Auditorium Tickets for Sat Apr 21 2018 Portland Symphony Orchestra: Daniel Meyer - Rodgers and Hammerstein on Broadway, Merrill Auditorium tickets for 04/21 07:30 PM Merrill Auditorium
- Sat Apr 21 2018
The Portland Symphony Orchestra was originally the Amateur Strand Symphony Orchestra. It was a collective effort of some of the leading musicians in the Portland area. They simply started off by just getting together and rehearsing and the result was the Orchestra. Over the years the orchestra has grown to become a well reputed and respected cultural institution.
PSO’s home auditorium has always been a significant part of the orchestra’s popular appeal. In fact, the local downtown Arts District developed around the orchestra. The orchestra set up camp in the turn of the century, City Hall Auditorium, which would become a Portland City land mark over the years. With its classic colonial style architecture and the incorporation of the celebrated, Kotzschmar Memorial Organ, the auditorium contributed to the rising credibility of the Portland Symphony Orchestra . Now known as the Merrill Auditorium, it is now a complete modern facility for the performing arts.
PSO’s calendar is full of various concerts and exciting program that cater to a variety of fan tastes. The orchestra performs a number of concerts for the fans of the purer and classical materials on various Tuesday and Sunday evenings thought the year. The orchestra also has a more progressive and contemporary side to it, where it infuses and experiments with elements of modern pop.
The Orchestra conducts least two concerts each season to extend its outreach and appeal to the new generation. These programs are invaluable in bringing in new fans from the new generation who find the material more accessible and relevant. Perhaps the most popular and eagerly awaited on PSO’s schedule is the holiday season program, Magic of Christmas. It is obviously quite popular with the family audiences and hence gets performed at least eleven times over the course of the Christmas year.
Continuing on the theme of attracting young people to the genre, PSO has designed programs especially for the youth. They are performed on four occasions every year. KinderKonzerts are also one of the mainstream programs of the Orchestra. It takes the orchestra on the road all over in Maine and over the larger New England area. These can usually incorporate a verity of themes and are performed once a week on average. The PSO employs more than eighty full time professional musicians. It is significant to note that the vast majority of them come from in the larger New England area and close to fifty percent are local Portland residents.
The critically acclaimed Robert Moody is the current music director for the PSO. Apart from PSO, Moody has been a guest conductor at some of the most prestigious orchestras in North America like of Seattle, Detroit, Pacific, Virginia, and the list goes on. He is known for such accomplished programs as the progressive reinvention of the traditional show Magic of Christmas, and the wildly successful gala concert arranged in collaboration with the peerless Renée Fleming.
Moody has been at the helm for five years now and has taken the PSO in a new and exciting direction. This direction has brought innovation and refinement in both newly commissioned and traditional works. Robert moody has also greatly emphasized the local community based initiatives and collaborations, making PSO a true Maine institution. Moody has featured in a number of summer festivals such as Eastern Music Festival, Oregon Bach Festival and the Bowdoin Music Festival amongst others.
Portland Symphony Orchestra has always been a great partner in the local performing arts community collaborating with such local institutions as the Maine State Ballet, Portland Ballet, Portland Community Chorus, and Portland Ovations. The orchestra has also reached out to various public universities and libraries such as the School of Music at the University of Southern Maine and the Portland Public Library.
Every year the PSO distributes significant number of free tickets to several of its programs to encourage the growth of classic arts in the community. Many of the orchestra musicians and staff members help out with local events by volunteering for thing like fundraising and concert assistance.
Portland Symphony Orchestra tickets are your passes to an exciting new season of the Orchestra. Grab a deal for a show you like today!
Portland Symphony Orchestra Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Portland Symphony Orchestra's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Portland at the Merrill Auditorium on 13-Jan-18, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Portland at the Merrill Auditorium on 21-Apr-18. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Portland Symphony Orchestra: Ken-David Masur - Oscars' Biggest Hits||Merrill Auditorium||Portland, ME||Sat Jan 13 201801/13 07:30 PM|
|Portland Symphony Orchestra: Robert Moody - Mozart & Strauss||Merrill Auditorium||Portland, ME||Tue Jan 30 201801/30 07:30 PM|
|Portland Symphony Orchestra: Robert Moody & Charles Dimmick - Ravel's Bolero||Merrill Auditorium||Portland, ME||Sun Feb 11 201802/11 02:30 PM|
|Portland Symphony Orchestra: Daniel Meyer - Rodgers and Hammerstein on Broadway||Merrill Auditorium||Portland, ME||Sat Apr 21 201804/21 07:30 PM|
Portland Symphony Orchestra Tickets Prices
The average price for Portland Symphony Orchestra Tickets start from $157. The minimum get in price is $75 for Portland Symphony Orchestra Tickets at the Merrill Auditorium, Portland. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Portland Symphony Orchestra: Ken-David Masur - Oscars' Biggest Hits||Portland||13-Jan-18||$225||$206|
|Portland Symphony Orchestra: Robert Moody - Mozart & Strauss||Portland||30-Jan-18||$157||$129|
|Portland Symphony Orchestra: Robert Moody & Charles Dimmick - Ravel's Bolero||Portland||11-Feb-18||$512||$75|
|Portland Symphony Orchestra: Daniel Meyer - Rodgers and Hammerstein on Broadway||Portland||21-Apr-18||$216||$85|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.