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Our Concert Season

Like many performing arts organizations, the Harrisburg Symphony concert season runs from the Fall through the Spring.

Tickets can be safely and securely purchased online 24/7.  Tickets can also be purchased by calling or visiting the box office Wed – Fri, 10 AM – 2 PM.  The box office phone number is (717) 545-5598 and located at 800 Corporate Circle, Suite 101, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

Ticket prices vary based on the particular concert and where in the concert hall you’re seated. Individual prices are listed with each event. Child and Young Adult prices are also available.  Once purchased, tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.

Season Subscriptions (available May – Sept.)

Subscribers begin to renew their subscriptions in March.  However, new subscriptions aren’t accepted until later.

The Masterworks Concert Series consists of seven concerts throughout the season.  Each Masterworks subscription includes one ticket to each of the seven Masterworks concerts. The Capital BlueCross POPS Series consists of four concerts. Each POPS subscription includes one ticket to each of the four POPS concerts.

Like tickets to individual concerts, the price of a subscription varies based on where in the concert hall you’re seated.  (You get the same seat for every concert.)  Subscribers also select either a Saturday or Sunday subscription package.  However, if conflicts arise, exchanges can be made.

Individual Concert Tickets (available Sept. – May)

Tickets to individual concerts go on sale approximately one month before the season begins and remain on sale until the season ends.  Once purchased, tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.

Patrons concerned that “all the good seats will be gone by September” may want to consider subscribing.

Gift Certificates (available year-round)

Harrisburg Symphony Gift Certificates are available year-round in a variety of denominations.  Gift Certificates can be used for payment to any Harrisburg Symphony concert.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Single tickets for the 2018/19 season go on sale to the general public at 10 AM

Tickets: $17 - $96

To open our season Georgian pianist Natalia Kazaryan performs Rachmaninoff’s most popular piano concerto. Stuart also conducts colorful music by two of Latin America’s most prominent composers and the colorful, gypsy-flavored suite from Háry János

Sat. 8 PM, Sun. 3 PM, The Forum
Tickets: $19 - $89

Oct 27-28, 2018

Tango Caliente

We transform the Forum stage into a sizzling hot dance floor as the Pops season opens with a program of fiery tangos performed by award-winning dancers from Argentina, singer Camille Zamora and internationally-acclaimed bandoneón artist, Hector Del Curto

Sat. 8 PM, Sun. 3 PM, The Forum
Tickets: $20 - $95

On the first half, one of Rossini’s most delightful overtures is followed by Ravel’s exquisite orchestral suite and the World Premiere of a new piano concerto by Christopher Theofanidis. After intermission, Beethoven 5!

Sat. 8 PM, Sun. 3 PM, The Forum
Tickets: $19 - $89

This Masterworks includes two very different takes on the waltz, one by Viennese composer, Johann Strauss, the other by the Frenchman, Maurice Ravel. After intermission, listen to the monumental 11th Symphony of Shostakovich, subtitled "The Year 1905."

Sat. 8 PM, Sun. 3 PM, The Forum
Tickets: $19 - $89

Richard Strauss’s last tone poem finds the composer at his most descriptive as he takes us on an ascent, and then a descent, of an imposing mountain peak. The two most popular scores by Alan Hovhaness and Aaron Copland complete the alpine-themed program.

Sat. 8 PM, Sun. 3 PM, The Forum
Tickets: $19 - $89

In March, HSO Principal Oboe Andreas Oeste performs Strauss’s late masterpiece, the beautiful Oboe Concerto from 1945. To open the program, Stuart shows off the HSO’s virtuoso strings and then closes with one of Mozart’s greatest symphonies.

Sat. 8 PM, Sun. 3 PM, The Forum
Tickets: $19 - $89

French composer Francis Poulenc’s choral masterpiece, Gloria, is performed along with music by Korngold (best known for his brilliant film scores from Hollywood’s “Golden Age”), Villa-Lobos and Prokofiev.

Sat. 8 PM, Sun. 3 PM, The Forum
Tickets: $19 - $89

Our season concludes with the ever-popular New World Symphony by Dvorák. On the first half, English composer Arnold Bax’s atmospheric musical portrait of the Tintagel castle on England’s Cornwall coast, plus a new violin concerto by Jonathan Leshnoff.

Sat. 8 PM, Sun. 3 PM, The Forum
Tickets: $19 - $89