Our 2020/21 season is here! By becoming a Virtual Concert Hall subscriber, not only do you get to experience every concert in our Masterworks Series from the comfort of your own home, but you also receive special benefits exclusive to subscribers only!
Purchase a package of four concerts to become a subscriber and enjoy an awe-inspiring season of breath-taking performances featuring some of the world's biggest names in classical music, programmed in its entirety by our Music Director Gerard Schwarz. The first Masterworks concert in January will be livestreamed and we hope to perform the remainder of the season as a mix of livestream and select seating.
Masterworks series subscribers save $20 when they purchase all four concerts!
Experience all four performances of our 2020/2021 Masterworks Series and enjoy the same seats for all four performances of our 2020/2021 Masterworks Series and save 20%.
Refer a family member, a friend, or maybe even a certain special someone to one of the concerts in our season and enjoy subscription prices on single tickets!
Tax Deduction on Unused Tickets
If you are unable to make it to a concert that you purchased tickets for, you can donate your tickets back to the Symphony, and we will issue a tax deduction form for the ticket price you paid.
Priority Access to In-Person Seats if the Option Becomes Available
This has been an extremely difficult and unpredictable year for us all. If things change for the better and we are allowed to perform in person, we offer our subscribers the opportunity to be one of the first to choose seats in the hall.
Special Offers and Events
Stay tuned to our email updates to receive unique subscriber-only special promotions and event invitations.
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All four Masterworks Series concerts will be live streamed from Dreyfoos Hall at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.
Become a Symphony member at the Patron Society level or above to receive an invitation to this exclusive concert featuring pianist Olga Kern at the Society of the Four Arts.