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  • Save On Single Tickets: Buy tickets to bring friends, attend a Special Event, or try out another Series! As a Series subscriber, you’ll receive 25% off any additional tickets you purchase for other Series concerts. (This discount may not apply to all Special Events.)
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  • Advanced access for Special Event tickets: Receive pre-sale access before Special Event tickets go on sale to the general public.
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  • Receive invitations to attend select rehearsals throughout the season.
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  • Pay one monthly fee and have access to as many Syracuse Orchestra Series concerts as you’d like each month! You don’t have to wait until next season – sign up today and receive access to the rest of the 2023-2024 Series concerts.
  • The more you attend the better the price – as low as $12/concert!
  • Your Syracuse Orchestra Unlimited Subscription is good for any Series concert The Syracuse Orchestra presents – Masterworks, Pops, Casual, Spark, and Kids (Special Events are not included).
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  • Get your tickets any time beginning 7 days before the concert. You can choose the best seats available for the Series concert you plan to attend. Tickets can be secured online, by calling the Box Office, or by visiting the Box Office the day of the show.
  • Save On Single Tickets: Buy tickets to bring friends and you’ll receive 25% off any additional tickets you purchase for other Series concerts. (This discount may not apply to all Special Events.)
  • Advanced access for Special Event tickets: Receive pre-sale access before Special Event tickets go on sale to the general public.
  • Receive invitations to attend select rehearsals throughout the season.
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FLEXPACKS

Mix and match your ideal concert season with FlexPacks.

  • Subscriptions are affordable, with tickets starting at $17/concert for subscribers! (Prices vary depending on seating selection and concert series.)
  • Customize your 2024-2025 season by choosing 4, 5, 6, or 8 concerts from all our Series events (Masterworks, Pops, Casual, and Spark – Special Events are not included).
  • Pick your seats today and receive the subscriber discount on your seats. (Note: Seat selection may vary from concert to concert.)
  • Save On Single Tickets: Buy tickets to bring friends, attend a Special Event, or try out another Series! As a FlexPack subscriber, you’ll receive 25% off any additional tickets you purchase for other Series concerts. (This discount may not apply to all Special Events.)
  • Avoid ticket fees: Ticket fees are waived on additional single tickets purchased in person or by phone throughout the season.
  • Advanced access for Special Event tickets: Receive pre-sale access before Special Event tickets go on sale to the general public (Messiah, Nutcracker, Gospel Meets Symphony).
  • FREE and easy ticket exchanges if you need to miss a performance (upgrade fees may apply if your seating area changes).
  • Receive invitations to attend select rehearsals throughout the season.
  • Enjoy loyalty benefits! Renewing subscribers receive a special Syracuse Orchestra Swag Bag each season, customized according to how long you’ve been a subscriber! (Limit one Swag Bag per household)

To purchase subscriptions or FlexPacks offline:

Call (315) 299-5598, ext. 201
Stop by 450 S. Salina Street, Suite 100, Syracuse, NY 13202
Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am to 3:30pm and 1 hour prior to each performance at the venue

*PLEASE NOTE: All programs and artists are subject to change.

MASTERWORKS

Eight-concert series at Crouse Hinds Theater (Sept.-May). All performances are at 7:30pm on Saturdays.

MICHELLE CANN PLAYS BEETHOVEN

SEPT 21

Michelle Cann

The Syracuse Orchestra season opener begins with The Lovely Sirens by Stacy Garrop, Michelle Cann performing Beethoven’s fifth piano concerto, “The Emperor”, and concludes with Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4.

MASTERWORKS AND THE MOVIES

OCT 19

Will Hagen

The Syracuse Orchestra and violinist Will Hagen perform music written for films, music written by film composers, and music so great it had to be included in films.

SCHUMANN & BRAHMS

NOV 16

Larry Loh

The Syracuse Orchestra explores the musical connections between composers: Schumann and Brahms, and contemporary composer Unsuk Chin and Beethoven.

BEETHOVEN’S FIFTH

JAN 25

Eduardo Sepulveda

Experience a fate-filled evening of music featuring Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 and Carlos Simon’s Fate Now Conquers. Principal oboist, Eduardo Sepúlveda is featured, and composer Polina Nazaykinskaya delivers a world-premiere.

NEW WORLD SYMPHONY AND MORE

FEB 15

Leila Josefowicz

The Syracuse Orchestra presents music inspired by the Americas from Copland, John Adams and Dvorak. Violin soloist Leila Josefowicz joins for Adam’s Violin Concerto.

JON NAKAMATSU PLAYS BRAHMS

MAR 8

Jon Nakamatsu

Jon Nakamatsu returns for Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 2, the orchestra performs Mendelssohn’s Scottish Symphony, and is joined by the Youth Orchestra for Groovebox Fantasy by Bunch.

ALL MOZART

APR 26

The Syracuse Orchestra with SU Oratorio Society

The program spans the entirety of Mozart’s adult life. He was 18, 26 and 35 as he composed Symphony No. 29, Maurerische Trauermusik, and Requiem. The Syracuse University Oratorio Society sings for this all-Mozart event.

LISZT AND MAHLER

MAY 17

Sara Davis Buechner

The season ends with Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 1, which features variations of the famous French folk tune Frère Jacques. The concert begins with a performance of Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 1 by Sara Davis Buechner in her return to our stage.

POPS

Brought to you by the Slutzker Family Foundation.

Five-concert series at Crouse Hinds Theater (Oct.-May).  All performances are at 7:30pm on Saturdays.

LITERARY THRILLERS

OCT 26

Old Spellbook

Our first Pops concert of the season welcomes you with music inspired by some of our favorite books. Readers of all ages will love the mysterious and magical music inspired by Harry Potter, Twilight, Lord of the Rings and more. Dress up in your house colors for this delightfully spooky concert.

HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

DEC 21

Syracuse Orchestra with the Syracuse Pops Chorus

The Syracuse Orchestra celebrates the season with your holiday favorites joined on stage by the Syracuse Pops Chorus, and the Syracuse Gospel Collective.

LOVE IS IN THE AIR

FEB 1

Lizzie Klemperer

Enjoy love-inspired music from The Syracuse Orchestra. Syracuse native Lizzie Klemperer returns to the stage for a romantic evening of music celebrating the greatest of themes – love! With everything from music celebrating those famous star-crossed lovers, Romeo and Juliet, to the greatest love songs from the past 50 years, you’ll want to grab your sweetheart and make it a date. You’ll be in the mood for love.

JIMMY VAN HEUSEN – SWINGIN’ IN HOLLYWOOD WITH FRANK AND FRIENDS

MAR 29

Photo of Jimmy Van Huesen

Nick Ziobro and Julia Goodwin return to perform songs written by Syracuse-born composer Jimmy Van Heusen. You’ll swing along to Come Fly With Me, High Hopes, and It Could Happen To You. Trip the light nostalgic with special film footage of Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby singing these classics, accompanied by The Syracuse Orchestra. It’s a uniquely Syracuse celebration that you won’t want to miss.

A TRIBUTE TO ARETHA FRANKLIN

MAY 10

Aretha Queen of Soul

A Tribute to the ultimate “Queen of Soul,” this program features symphony-favorite Capathia Jenkins and three-time Grammy Award nominee Ryan Shaw performing iconic hits like Respect, Think, A Natural Woman, Chain of Fools, Amazing Grace, and many others. Come ready to sing and dance at this soul-filled concert.

CASUAL

Four-concert series at Saint Paul’s Syracuse. All performances are at 3:00pm.

A CLASSICAL SURPRISE

NOV 24

Symphoria Violin Section

The Syracuse Orchesta’s brass section is highlighted in this afternoon concert! Discover the fun “Surprise” for yourself in Haydn’s Symphony No. 94, then compare the Haydn with Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony which he wrote as a modern interpretation of the classical styles of Mozart and Haydn.

A ROMANTIC AFTERNOON

JAN 12

Viola Bridge and strings

The Syracuse Orchestra’s principal viola, Heejung Yang, performs the lush Romance by Bruch, one of the few Romantic period solo works written for viola. This afternoon concert will be rounded out by Fauré’s Pelléas et Mélisande Suite, and Symphony No. 1 by Mayer. A prolific composer of Romantic music, Ms. Mayer was oft-overlooked because she was a woman, something we are happy to rectify for this concert.

BARTOK AND MOZART

MAR 2

St. Paul's Church in Syracuse

This intimate afternoon concert of Bartok and Mozart features the string and wind sections of The Syracuse Orchestra separately. Bartok wrote his Divertimento for String Orchestra in just 15 days, and it was the last piece he wrote before he fled Hungary during World War II. The Gran Partita will feature 13 winds and was composed at the height of Mozart’s popularity. Pair this with the April 26 Mozart Masterworks concert for even more music by the great composer.

LATIN AMERICAN VOICES

MAY 4

Guitarist Ken Meyer

Enjoy an afternoon of Latin American music, highlighted by the Guitar Concerto of Mexican composer Ponce featuring local favorite Kenneth Meyer. Music by Puerto Rican composer Angélica Negrón, Chilean composer Enrique Soro, and Argentinian composer Piazolla rounds out the concert. The dance and folk-inspired themes of these pieces will move and inspire you. This performance is a companion to the New World Symphony and More concert on February 15.

SPARK

All performances are at 7:00pm at various locations.

MUSIC BY CANDLELIGHT

NOV 2

Join The Syracuse Orchestra in an intimate setting as we serenade you with your favorite symphonic music. Thousands of candles and culinary treats will make this a musical feast for all of the senses.

Many candles

VIENNESE NEW YEAR

JAN 4

Musikverienne

Ring in 2025 in style with The Syracuse Orchestra! With a program of rousing music in the Viennese tradition of New Year’s polkas, marches, and waltzes, you’ll be tapping your feet and inviting your neighbor to dance.

A BRIDGERTON BALL

APR 5

Meadow with flowers

Lady Whistledown and The Syracuse Orchestra invite you to an evening of music from and inspired by the Netflix phenomenon, “Bridgerton.” Costumes are encouraged!

FREQUENTY ASKED QUESTIONS

If you have other questions about subscriptions and the upcoming season, please call our box office at 315-299-5598.

Information about Kids’ performances will be made separately.