Explore our contactless digital program book
Simply scan the QR code posted at the venue or visit thespco.org/program to view the current digital program before, during and after each concert from your own mobile device. Scroll to access both upcoming and previous digital programs, and learn more about our move from paper to digital programs below.
September 22–26, 2023 — Haydn’s Symphony No. 99
September 29–October 1, 2023 — Eunice Kim Plays Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto
October 5–7, 2023 — Zachary Cohen Plays Schubert’s Arpeggione Sonata
October 12–14, 2023 — Haydn’s Evening Symphony with Abel Selaocoe
October 20–22, 2023 — Anthony McGill Plays Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto
October 27–29, 2023 — Tchaikovsky’s Souvenir de Florence
Previous Digital Programs
September 15–17, 2023 — Opening Weekend: Beethoven’s Second Symphony with Richard Egarr
Large Print and Braille Programs: Large print programs are available at all performances upon request and Braille programs are available with one-month advance notice from the date of the concert.
About our new contactless digital program book
Due to a number of factors related to the pandemic, we no longer provide printed program books at SPCO concerts. Instead, we’ve created a paperless digital program book that allows us to share more information about the music and artists than ever before while reducing paper use.
The digital program can be accessed before, during or after each concert from your own mobile device and has been thoughtfully designed with a dark background to limit light emissions from screens during use. Don’t worry — we will be sure to remind you and your fellow audience members to silence your devices during performances. The digital experience allows for each user to adjust text size to their own needs, while offering a printer-friendly option for those who would prefer a paper program. And as always, a small number of large print programs will be available at each concert — simply ask an usher.
With this newest evolution of the SPCO concert experience, we are excited to continue making performances even more accessible, and we thank you for your patience as we all adjust to these changes together.
For easy access during the performance
Visit thespco.org/program to be taken directly to the digital program or use your mobile device to scan one of the QR codes attached to armrests throughout the Concert Hall.
Prefer a printed copy? Don’t have a mobile device?
Click the link at the top of the digital program to open a printer-friendly version and print your own copy to bring to the concert. A small number of large print programs will be available at each performance for those who do not have a mobile device or printer, and Braille programs are available by request with one-month advance notice before each concert.
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