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2018-19 Subscriptions Are On Sale Now!

PurchaseNowWe’re about to kick off another amazing season! With stars such as percussionist Lisa Pegher and virtuoso violinist  Rachel Barton Pine, music of famous hit movies and Hollywood classics, and collaborations with local singing and dancing groups, Symphoria's sixth season will be Magic in the Making.

Our performances range from classical masterpieces to contemporary, interactive performances and everything in between.  We invite you to come experience it for yourself.

For all subscription series concerts, Kids under 18 are FREE and college students are just $5 with their student ID.

*Ticket prices are subject to change*



Great Discounts On Seats:  Receive up to 25% OFF single tickets when renewing subscriptions.  First-time subscribers receive 50% OFF single ticket prices!  Symphoria subscriptions range from $120 to $496 for Masterworks, from $75 to $310 for Pops, from $48 to $116 for the Casual and Spark Series, and $33 for adults and $24 for seniors for the Kids Series.
Save On ALL Single Tickets:  Your subscription discount extends to any additional single tickets you may want to purchase 50 OFFthroughout the season.
Bring Friends, Get a Discount:  Your subscription includes two Symphoria “Buy One, Get One” vouchers, valid for the 2018-19 season.
Enjoy Discounts With Our Cultural Colleagues:  Symphoria subscribers enjoy discounts and special offers with RedHouse, The Everson, Syracuse City Ballet, Syracuse Opera and more!
Meet The Musicians:  Subscribers receive invitations to meet our orchestra musicians, guest artists and conductors at events throughout the season.



FlexPacks offer the discount of a subscription with more concert selection flexibility.  Choose any group of four, five or six concerts, across all series, and receive up to 25% OFF single ticket pricing. (Note: Seat selection varies from concert to concert.)


Kids FREETo purchase subscriptions or FlexPacks offline:

Call 315.299.5598, ext. 201
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Box Office Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30am to 3:30pm and 1 hour prior to each performance at the venue

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09.15.18 - 1,001 Nights

Percussion pioneer Lisa Pegher is featured in a performance of Richard Danielpour’s energetic and descriptive percussion concerto The Wounded Healer. After intermission Rimsky-Korsakov's glittering showpiece Scheherazade transports you to the exotic time and place of the Arabian Nights.

10.05.18 - Stravinsky’s Petrushka

Piano virtuoso Shai Wosner performs Schumann’s beautifully expressive Piano Concerto. Symphoria completes the program with wonderfully descriptive music, including Dukas’ The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and Stravinsky’s Petrushka.

11.03.18 - The Inextinguishable

Twenty-five-year-old violinist William Hagen is featured in Prokofiev’s lyrical and virtuosic first Violin Concerto. The program concludes with Nielsen’s Fourth Symphony, composed against the backdrop of World War I, and featuring a battle between two sets of timpani.

01.26.19 - Brahms First

Twin sisters Michelle and Christina Naughton return to Syracuse to perform Bruch’s little-known Double Piano Concerto. After intermission Lawrence Loh leads Symphoria in Brahms’ masterful Symphony No. 1.

02.16.19 - Enigma Variations

After beginning with Britten’s evocative seascape depictions, charismatic cellist Julie Albers is featured in Haydn’s elegantly delightful Cello Concerto No. 2. Elgar’s musical Enigma Variations, with its sublime “Nimrod” variation, concludes the performance.

03.09.19 - Schumann’s Rhenish

Principal flautist Xue Su is featured in Lowell Liebermann’s extraordinarily virtuosic Flute Concerto. Strauss’ popular depiction of musical trickster Till Eulenspiegel begins the program, with Schumann’s powerful Third Symphony featured after intermission.

03.30.19 - Brahms & Bruckner

Boundary-defying violinist Rachel Barton Pine melds bravura passages, serene melodies and spicy Gypsy folk rhythms in Brahms’ popular Violin Concerto. Music Director Lawrence Loh leads Symphoria in Bruckner’s noble Symphony No. 4 after intermission.

05.18.19 - Beethoven’s Ninth

Symphoria concludes the 2018-19 season with a program featuring music of Syrian-born composer Kareem Roustom and Beethoven’s triumphant and joyous Symphony No. 9.


10.13.18 - Bernstein to Broadway

Symphoria celebrates Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday in this performance featuring the Syracuse Pops Chorus, vocal soloists and his distinctive music that crossed the boundaries between Broadway, movies and the symphonic stage.

12.14+15.18 - Magic of the Holidays

Symphoria celebrates the magic of the holidays with guest vocalist Nick Ziobro, the Syracuse Pops Chorus, the Syracuse Children’s Chorus, dancers and more!

02.09.19 - My Funny Valentine

Jazz classics, pop ballads, classical masterpieces and unforgettable numbers from stage and screen performed by Ireland’s foremost trumpet player and vocalist Shóna Henneberry.

03.23.19 - E.T the Extra-Terrestrial in Concert

Don’t miss Steven Spielberg’s cinematic masterpiece E.T. The Extra Terrestrial with John Williams’ Academy Award® winning score performed live to picture, and experience the magic once more!  E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial is a trademark and copyright of Universal Studios. Licensed by Universal Studios Licensing LLC. All Rights Reserved.

05.10+11.19 - Cirque Goes to the Cinema

Cirque de la Symphonie returns with an all-new program of awe-inspiring physical feats of power and beauty! Paired with the music from blockbuster movie classics, including Star Wars, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Mission Impossible, Titanic and more, this thrill ride includes the spectacle of acrobats, jugglers and aerial flyers soaring high above the heads of the audience.


09.20.18 - Harvest Moon II | Drumlins

Celebrate the end of summer and beginning of autumn with Symphoria! This performance pairs rustic music of the country with seasonal food and drink.

02.22.19 - Mozart in the Jungle | SKY Armory

Hear traditional and contemporary music from the popular Amazon series performed live by orchestra and chamber music ensembles at SKY Armory.

04.06.19 - Firebird | New York State Fairgrounds

Symphoria performs Stravinsky’s The Firebird, featuring a unique collaboration with puppets from Open Hand Theater.


10.28.18 - Mass in Time of War

Music of Ravel and Walker begin this program, which concludes with the Syracuse University Oratorio Society joining forces with Symphoria to present Haydn’s Mass in Time of War.

01.13.19 - Four Seasons

Concertmaster Peter Rovit is featured in Melinda Wagner’s Brandenburg-inspired work Little Moonhead, and after intermission, Symphoria performs Vivaldi’s ultra-popular The Four Seasons.

03.17.19 - Musical Explorations

This performance features musical explorations by Brahms into the work of Haydn, Arvo Part’s non-fixed instrumentation work Frätres and Mozart’s exploration of counterpoint, form and complexity in his Symphony No. 38.

05.05.19 - Spring Strings

The Symphoria Strings are featured in this performance of Barber’s Adagio for Strings and Respighi’s Ancient Airs and Dances. After performing solo works, the Symphoria String Quartet joins the orchestra for Elgar’s brilliant Introduction and Allegro.


10.27.18 - Sorcerers, Wizards and Witches

Explore the world of sorcerers, wizards and witches through music at this special Halloween-themed Kids performance! Be sure to come in costume for the costume parade!

02.23.19 - A Melodic Life

Trace the life of Bob, a lighthearted melody from childhood to middle age. Bob experiences many of life's events such as going to school, playing sports and even getting a job.

04.13.19 - Ferdinand

Music from Bizet’s descriptive music from Carmen comes alive when paired with Munro Leaf’s narrated story of Ferdinand the Bull and puppets from Open Hand Puppet Theatre.







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