2021–2022 Symphony Season
A NEW BEGINNING IS ON THE HORIZON
Our 21/22 symphony season is scheduled to begin in the fall of 2021 — a joyous celebration of Beethoven that will feature many of the artists and programs we had anticipated experiencing throughout this season. We are planning to open 21/22 season renewals and new subscriptions this spring, and for single tickets to go on sale in late summer. We’re excited to be together with you again feeling the thrill of live music with our orchestra and John DeMain in beautiful Overture Hall.
This page will be updated with the latest information available! Stay tuned for more…
2020–2021 Symphony Season Concerts
Update, 11/30/2020: In response to the coronavirus pandemic, we have regretfully cancelled concerts and events that would have taken place in February through May 2021. This includes all previously scheduled Madison Symphony Orchestra concerts, Education and Community Engagement Programs, and Overture Concert Organ performances through May 2021. Our June 2021 Concert on the Green remains on our schedule at this time.
MSO season subscription ticketholders will be offered the option to donate their tickets or receive a refund. Read our press release for more information. You can also read more about how we’re responding to current events by visiting our 20/21 Season FAQs, 2020 Q&As and Current Schedule pages.
We all look forward to a new beginning with John DeMain and the orchestra in September 2021. Please stay tuned for some exciting news about next season. In the meantime, should there be a breakthrough opportunity to restore any of the cancelled concerts and events to the schedule, we will be prepared to do so.
Visit our Customer Service page for a variety of useful resources. Access FAQs that include for audience tips to enhance your concert experience, information about Purchasing Tickets, details about Overture Hall, services available for Patrons with Disabilities, and ways you can Plan Your Visit featuring listings of nearby restaurants, bars, directions, parking, and more.
View Symphony Concerts and Beyond the Score® seating charts and single ticket pricing.
Thank you to our generous season sponsors
Wisconsin Arts Board funding comes with funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts. The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governor’s Club is the official hotel of the Madison Symphony Orchestra.