Symphony Orchestra Tickets

For those of you interested in classical music, there is certainly nothing better than a night spent enjoying the wonderful tunes of an orchestra. Mixing the various sounds of different string instruments such as the violin, cello, viola along with double bass, woodwinds, bass and percussion instruments, an orchestra is a truly mesmerizing experience for fans of beautiful gentle melodies. Whether you fancy the tunes of the world-renowned Beethoven or many of his disciples, there is no denying the many qualities of a good orchestra. And when it is a symphony orchestra, matters become even grander! Lucky for you, several symphony orchestras are lined up for you all over the US. Grab your Symphony Orchestra tickets at the earliest and get ready to soothe your senses with some amazingly composed musical masterpieces.

Symphony Orchestra Venues

  • Symphony Orchestra Coronado Performing Arts Center
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Styx Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
  • Vermont Symphony Orchestra: Matt LaRocca - Jukebox ArtsRiot
  • Amos Lee & Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Atlanta Symphony Hall
  • Southeast Missouri Symphony Orchestra: Brahms' A German Requiem Bedell Performance Hall
  • Hartford Symphony Orchestra: Carolyn Kuan & Henry Kramer - Rachmaninoff & Tchaikovsky Belding Theater at Bushnell Theatre
  • Charlotte Symphony Orchestra: Christopher Warren-Green - Brahms Double Concerto Belk Theatre at Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
  • Bismarck-Mandan Symphony Orchestra: Star Crossed Love Belle Mehus Auditorium
  • New Jersey Symphony Orchestra: Henrik Nanasi - Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony Bergen Performing Arts Center
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Robert Spano & David Coucheron - Lutoslawski & Beethoven Bill Heard Theatre at RiverCenter for the Performing Arts
  • Colorado Symphony Orchestra: Andrew Litton - Holst The Planets Boettcher Concert Hall
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons - Bartok, Saint-Saens & Ravel Boston Symphony Hall
  • Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra: The Song Remains the Same - The Music of Led Zeppelin Burton Cummings Theatre
  • Wilmington Symphony Orchestra: Steven Errante - Mahler Symphony No. 3 Cape Fear Community College's Wilson Center
  • Wheeling Symphony Orchestra: John Devlin - Disney In Concert - Magical Music From The Movies Capitol Theatre - Wheeling
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons & Augustin Hadelich - Haydn & Britten Carnegie Hall - Isaac Stern Auditorium
  • Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra: Raiders of the Lost Ark in Concert Cheyenne Civic Center
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Alain Altinoglu - Carmina Burana Chicago Symphony Center
  • Virginia Symphony Orchestra: Ann Hampton Callaway - The Streisand Songbook Tribute Chrysler Hall
  • Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra: Guy Braunstein - Transfigured Night Cincinnati Music Hall
  • Bangor Symphony Orchestra: Lucas Richman - Masterworks V: Beethoven & Haydn Collins Center for the Arts
  • New Jersey Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas McGegan - Brahms, Vivaldi & Beethoven Community Theatre At Mayo Center For The Performing Arts
  • London Symphony Orchestra: Simon Rattle - All Bartok David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center
  • Siberian State Symphony Orchestra: Vladimir Lande Davies Symphony Hall
  • Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra: Pop Goes The Classics DECC - Auditorium
  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Damon Gupton - Doo Wop Project Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall
  • Akron Symphony Orchestra: Christopher Wilkins - Symphonic Dances E.J. Thomas Hall
  • Dubuque Symphony Orchestra - Classics 4 Five Flags Center - Theatre
  • Vermont Symphony Orchestra & Vermont Youth Orchestra: Encore! Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
  • ASU Symphony Orchestra & Choirs: Jeffery Meyer - Mahler Symphony No. 2: Resurrection Gammage Auditorium
  • Fairfax Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven at 250 - Peace & Joy George Mason Center For The Arts - Concert Hall
  • Galveston Symphony Orchestra: Pines of Rome Grand 1894 Opera House
  • New Jersey Symphony Orchestra: Xian Zhang & Louis Lortie - Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 24 Hackensack Meridian Health Theatre
  • Paul Shaffer & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall
  • Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra: Edo De Waart - Edo De Waart Conducts Elgar Hilbert Circle Theatre
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Stephen Mulligan - The Rite of Spring Hodgson Hall
  • Illinois State Symphony Orchestra Illinois State University Center For The Performing Arts
  • UCI Symphony Orchestra Irvine Barclay Theatre
  • Springfield Symphony Orchestra: Bryan Cheng - Great American Road Trip Juanita K. Hammons Hall
  • Ben Folds & National Symphony Orchestra Kennedy Center Concert Hall
  • Pan American Symphony Orchestra: Sergio Alessandro Buslje - Tango Of The Americas Kennedy Center Terrace Theater
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Carter - Midori and Bartok Kennesaw University - Bailey Performance Center
  • Brevard Symphony Orchestra: Tchaikovsky & Brahms King Center For The Performing Arts
  • Charlotte Symphony Orchestra: Christopher James Lees - Wonder Women: Heroes and Villians Knight Theatre at Levine Center for the Arts
  • USC Symphony Orchestra: Neil Thomson & J.D. Shaw - Season Finale Koger Center For The Arts
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Riccardo Muti - TBD Kravis Center - Dreyfoos Concert Hall
  • Springfield Symphony Orchestra: Carmina Burana Kuss Auditorium At Clark State Community College
  • Macomb Symphony Orchestra: Broadway All the Way Macomb Center For The Performing Arts
  • Modesto Symphony Orchestra: David Lockington & Ade Williams - Mozart & Mendelssohn Mary Stuart Rogers Theater at Gallo Center For The Arts
  • Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra - Stars of Tomorrow/Evening At The Opera Mattie Kelly Arts Center
  • New Albany Symphony Orchestra: Meet Joanna Frankel - Sensory Friendly Performance McCoy Center
  • Bakerfield Symphony Orchestra: Music Beyond Earth Mechanics Bank Theater
  • Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 In Concert Meridian Hall
  • Portland Symphony Orchestra: Classic Broadway Merrill Auditorium
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Itzhak Perlman - Gala Concert Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
  • Dallas Symphony Orchestra - Fabio Luisi - Brahms Symphony No. 2 Meyerson Symphony Center
  • Allentown Symphony Orchestra: Diane Wittry - The Pines of Rome Miller Symphony Hall
  • Bloomington Symphony Orchestra: Mahler's Fifth Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center
  • Hartford Symphony Orchestra: Carolyn Kuan - Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back Mortensen Hall at Bushnell Theatre
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Jack Everly - Lerner and Lowe Classics Music Center At Strathmore
  • Hawaii Symphony Orchestra: Jun Markl - Viva Vivaldi! Neal S. Blaisdell Center - Concert Hall
  • New Jersey Symphony Orchestra: Andrey Boreyko - Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto New Jersey Performing Arts Center - Prudential Hall
  • Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra: Folk Dances and Songs North Shore Center For The Performing Arts - Center East
  • Columbus Symphony Orchestra: Rossen Milanov - Beethoven At 250: The Ninth Symphony Ohio Theatre - Columbus
  • Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Anne-Sophie Mutter Plays Beethoven Orpheum Theatre - Vancouver
  • Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra: Ken-David Masur & Jessica Rivera - Beethoven, Shchedrin & Schubert Pabst Theater
  • Albany Symphony Orchestra: David Alan Miller - Symphonie Fantastique Palace Theatre Albany
  • Columbus Symphony Orchestra: Stuart Cahfetz - Raiders of the Lost Ark In Concert Palace Theatre Columbus
  • Tacoma Symphony Orchestra: Sarah Ioannides - Celebrating The Roaring Twenties Pantages Theatre - Tacoma
  • Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra: Boris Slutsky - Portraits of Life & Love Performing Arts Center at OC Convention Center
  • St. Louis Symphony Orchestra: Cristian Macelaru - Dvorak's New World Powell Symphony Hall
  • Allentown Symphony Orchestra: Lawrence Loh - Star Wars' A New Hope In Concert PPL Center
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra: Christoph Eschenbach - Beethoven's 9th & Eschenbach's 80th Ravinia Pavilion
  • Colorado Symphony Orchestra & Chorus: Brett Mitchell - Beethoven 9 Red Rocks Amphitheatre
  • Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Cristian Macelaru - Angela Hewitt Returns Roy Thomson Hall
  • Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra: Star Wars' A New Hope In Concert Rudder Auditorium
  • Longview Symphony Orchestra: A Dream is a Wish S.E. Belcher Jr. Performance Center
  • Pensacola Symphony Orchestra: Peter Rubardt - The Music of Triumph Saenger Theatre - FL
  • Roanoke Symphony Orchestra: David Stewart Wiley -The Music Of Sting and The Police Salem Civic Center
  • Illinois Symphony Orchestra: Stewart Goodyear - French Finale Sangamon Auditorium
  • Reading Symphony Orchestra: Broadway Rocks! Santander Performing Arts Center
  • New Jersey Symphony Orchestra: Andrey Boreyko - Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto State Theatre - NJ
  • Greensboro Symphony Orchestra: Chris Walden - An Evening With Matthew Morrison Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons - All Beethoven Tanglewood
  • Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra: Eric Paetkau - Beethoven At 250 TCU Place
  • Colorado Symphony Orchestra: Brett Mitchell - Beethoven 2020 The Avalon Theatre - CO
  • City Ballet School & The Maryland Symphony Orchestra: The Spell The Maryland Theatre
  • EP Symphony Orchestra: Bohuslav Rattay & Kevin Cole - Gershwin At The Piano The Plaza Theatre - El Paso
  • Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra: Cirque de la Symphonie Thrivent Financial Hall At Fox Cities Performing Arts Center
  • Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra Tilson Auditorium
  • Tucson Symphony Orchestra: Jose Luis Gomez - Mahler Resurrection Tucson Music Hall
  • Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra: Edo de Waart & Susan Babini - Elgar & Beethoven Uihlein Hall at Marcus Center For The Performing Arts
  • Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Sir Andrew Davis - All Beethoven Weston Recital Hall at Meridian Arts Centre
  • Lansing Symphony Orchestra Pops: Timothy Muffitt - The Music of Abba Wharton Center - Cobb Great Hall
  • National Symphony Orchestra: Emil de Cou - Star Wars' A New Hope In Concert Wolf Trap

Symphony Orchestra Cities

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Date & Time

A symphony orchestra has more musicians on its roster, sometimes even as much as one hundred.  Let’s have a look at the various symphony orchestras that are set to take place in the upcoming months.

The Venues for Symphony Orchestra

If you happen to be a fan of symphony orchestras, you are in luck because they are going to be taking place at a whole bunch of venues all across the country. Some of the potential venue options include the Abraham Chavez Theater, Atlanta Symphony Hall, Atwood Concert Hall, Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Hall, Bass Performance Hall, Benaroya Hall – Nordstrom Recital Hall, Bergen Performing Arts Center, BJCC Concert Hall, Capitol Theatre - Ohio, Carnegie Hall – Isaac Stern Auditorium, Centennial Hall – AZ, Chicago Symphony Center, Chrysler Hall, Community Theater at Mayo Center for The Performing Arts, Copley Symphony Hall, Coronado Performing Arts Center, Count Basie Theater, DECC – Auditorium, Eau Claire Regional Arts Center, Heinz Hall, Harrison Opera Hose, Florida Theater Jacksonville, Emens Auditorium, Merrill Auditorium, Montgomery Performing Arts Center, Meyerson Symphony Center, New Jersey Performing Arts Center – New Jersey, Ohio Theater, Palace Theater, Sandler Center for Performing Arts, Singletary Center for the Arts, Soka Performing Arts Center, Sony Center for the Performing Arts, Sandusky State Theater and so on.

With a huge list of venues spread over several cities, you don’t have to worry about missing your favorite form of entertainment. Grab these Symphony Orchestra tickets at the earliest, so that you can get into the venue and orchestra of your choice.

The Various Artists at the Symphony Orchestra

For orchestra fans, venues are not the only kind of variety you can expect with the Symphony Orchestra. The number of artists and the vast diversity of music is going to be something to look out for in the coming few months.

To name a few artists, you can catch a whole lot of famous artists live in action. These include the likes of Diana Ross, Michael W. Smith, Edward Gardner, Sasha Cooke, Nicholas Kraemer, Laura Jackson, James Feddeck, Rossen Milanov, Ron Spigelman, Edward Polochick, Brahms & Dvorak, Ward Stare and David Halen and many others are expected to play. The Nutcracker, A Colorado Christmas, Holiday Pops and Winter Celebration are among the musical compilations you can expect to come across in the upcoming months.

With variety like this, there should be no doubt in your mind about the goodness of what is in store for you. This is one chance you do not want to miss. Therefore, be quick to grab the tickets of your favorite Symphony Orchestra. They are not expected to last very long, so get yours at the earliest. If you need more information regarding the various orchestras playing, you might want to check out the individual venue’s website. They have the entire 2016/17 season calendar lined up for the convenience of the audience. You can even view the seating charts of different venues online and be more well-informed before you head on over to one of the best orchestra experiences of your life. In addition to ticket information and seating charts, venue websites also typically provide an FAQ section that is designed to answer all the pressing questions you might have about timings, food and drinks, seating and so on. You should ideally go through these as guidelines to enhance your overall experience. Season catalogs will take you through the kind of orchestra playing and what to expect from it. For first time visitors, this extra information can be of huge assistance and can ensure you enjoy the musical experience a lot more. So be sure to check individual venue websites and get all the information you need before you go to your chosen orchestra.

Symphony Orchestra Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts

Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Symphony Orchestra's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Baltimore at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall on 1-Apr-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for St. Louis at the Powell Symphony Hall on 27-Sep-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Hersh - Through The Telescope Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Baltimore, MD Wed Apr 01 202010:00 AM
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Hersh - Through The Telescope Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Baltimore, MD Wed Apr 01 202011:30 AM
Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Jukka-Pekka Saraste - Lisiecki Plays Beethoven's Emperor Roy Thomson Hall Toronto, ON Wed Apr 01 202008:00 PM
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Hersh - Through The Telescope Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Baltimore, MD Thu Apr 02 202010:00 AM
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons - HK Gruber, Gershwin & Rachmaninoff - Open Rehearsal Boston Symphony Hall Boston, MA Thu Apr 02 202010:30 AM
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Hersh - Through The Telescope Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Baltimore, MD Thu Apr 02 202011:30 AM
Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Eric Jacobsen - Dvorak's New World Symphony Detroit Symphony Orchestra Hall Detroit, MI Thu Apr 02 202007:30 PM
ASU Symphony Orchestra: Jeffery Meyer - Weber, Liszt & Shostakovich Symphany No. 5 Gammage Auditorium Tempe, AZ Thu Apr 02 202007:30 PM
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons - HK Gruber, Gershwin & Rachmaninoff Boston Symphony Hall Boston, MA Thu Apr 02 202008:00 PM
Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Jukka-Pekka Saraste - Lisiecki Plays Beethoven's Emperor Roy Thomson Hall Toronto, ON Thu Apr 02 202008:00 PM

Symphony Orchestra Ticket Prices

The average price for Symphony Orchestra Tickets start from $49. The minimum get in price is $44 for Symphony Orchestra Tickets at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Hersh - Through The Telescope Baltimore 1-Apr-20 $231 $44
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Hersh - Through The Telescope Baltimore 1-Apr-20 $231 $44
Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Jukka-Pekka Saraste - Lisiecki Plays Beethoven's Emperor Toronto 1-Apr-20 $65 $65
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Hersh - Through The Telescope Baltimore 2-Apr-20 $49 $44
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons - HK Gruber, Gershwin & Rachmaninoff - Open Rehearsal Boston 2-Apr-20 $55 $55
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: Nicholas Hersh - Through The Telescope Baltimore 2-Apr-20 $49 $44
ASU Symphony Orchestra: Jeffery Meyer - Weber, Liszt & Shostakovich Symphany No. 5 Tempe 2-Apr-20 $196 $150
Detroit Symphony Orchestra: Eric Jacobsen - Dvorak's New World Symphony Detroit 2-Apr-20 $275 $51
Toronto Symphony Orchestra: Jukka-Pekka Saraste - Lisiecki Plays Beethoven's Emperor Toronto 2-Apr-20 $65 $65
Boston Symphony Orchestra: Andris Nelsons - HK Gruber, Gershwin & Rachmaninoff Boston 2-Apr-20 $55 $55

* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.



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