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2022–2023 Symphony Season

Subscribe for the best seats at the best price before single tickets go on sale Saturday, August 20!

Imagine… being together with us for an exciting new season of live music! Your Symphony’s 2022–2023 season begins in September. Brochures were mailed in April. Renewing subscribers save 10–25% off single ticket prices for 5–8 concerts. New subscribers Save 40-50% off single ticket prices for 5–8 concerts.

2022–2023 Organ Season

Subscribe to all four concerts for $80!

Your 2022-2023 Overture Concert Organ Series will feature some of the most thrilling music written for the King of Instruments. Subscriptions and renewals are available now! Secure your seats for the season before single tickets go on sale Saturday, August 27.

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Next Concerts & Events

Infinite Joy

Experience Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, one of the most iconic masterpieces of all time — and celebrate the tenure of our principal oboist Marc Fink with Mozart's Oboe Concerto, September 23-25.

Greg Zelek, Organ

Greg Zelek opens the 22/23 Organ Season with the U.S. premiere of a personally-dedicated work and more on Tuesday, Sept. 27.

Sublime Violin & Journeys

James Ehnes performs Barber's Violin Concerto, plus experience Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3 (Scottish) and more, October 14-16.
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People go to concerts to hear music that moves them… and great symphonic music moves us like nothing else can. Please join us on the journey, and listen as the music speaks to you.

- MSO Music Director John DeMain