The invitation to join us for a new season of concerts is always one filled with excitement and anticipation, but there is no parallel in the SPCO’s history for this announcement of our return to a full season of concerts at the Ordway Concert Hall for our 2021.22 season. We’ve been so pleased to be able to continue sharing music with our community via our digital Concert Library during the pandemic, and we will continue to do so next season and beyond, but we are thrilled to be together once again with our community in the Concert Hall next fall. We hope you will join us!
The health and safety of our audience, musicians and staff will continue to be our highest priority, so for the first few months of the season, we will hold our concerts exclusively at the Ordway Concert Hall where we can provide the safest concert experience with enhanced ventilation and a professional usher staff to implement safety measures. Focusing our activity at the Ordway in the fall will also allow us to maximize the number of performances that can be livestreamed, so that those who are unable to attend concerts in person can watch them virtually. We plan to return to our Neighborhood Series venues January through June and will announce those performances and put them on sale in the fall. Neighborhood Series subscribers — please watch for more details in the coming months.
We look forward to reuniting with Artistic Partners Jeremy Denk, Richard Egarr and Pekka Kuusisto, and to featuring our SPCO musicians as soloists and leaders throughout the season. Other highlights include the world premiere of a new work by local soul singer PaviElle French in her second SPCO commission and the return of the brilliant pianist Stewart Goodyear, as well as exciting debuts by bassist Xavier Foley and cellist Abel Selaocoe.
To our audience and beloved community, thank you for sticking with the SPCO throughout this pandemic! Your generosity, messages of support, participation in virtual events, and your enthusiasm for more than 40 live and encore broadcasts through our SPCO Concert Library have truly sustained us. Our commitment to enrich our community by sharing the music we love remains as strong as ever, and we look to the future with optimism and hope. We cannot wait to share the joy of live music again with you in just a few short months!
For your safety: Read about the steps we are taking to provide the safest possible concert experience next season.
On June 14, members of the SPCO leadership team and orchestra shared artistic highlights and updates on how we are keeping our audiences, staff and musicians as safe as possible during live audience performances in the 2021.22 season.
Ordway Subscribers: Renew your season tickets today to guarantee your seats!
Subscribing now is the best way to guarantee your seats next season and beyond, so we encourage you to renew today. If you change your mind or feel uncomfortable attending, or if you are unable to attend concerts in your series for any reason, you can exchange your tickets for a future concert, bank your tickets in your account for later use, donate your ticket value to the SPCO or request a refund — no fees or penalties and no questions asked.
Interested in starting an Ordway subscription?
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS ENJOY MANY PRIVILEGES ALL SEASON LONG.
RISK-FREE FLEXIBILITY: If you can’t make it to a concert in your series for any reason, no problem! Simply call us before your concert or visit thespco.org/exchange to exchange for a different one. You may also bank tickets in your account for later use, or you can turn your tickets into a tax-deductible gift to the SPCO or request a refund.
PRIORITY: Priority seating before the general public, guaranteed same seats for each concert in your series (where available), and advance ordering privileges for additional tickets and special performances.
SAVINGS: Option to purchase prepaid parking for Ordway evening and weekend concerts for only $10 per pass. Regular parking rates in the Lawson Ramp range from $12–$25, so order discounted parking passes and save!
APPLY THE VALUE OF TICKETS FROM CANCELED CONCERTS TO YOUR SEASON TICKET ORDER
If you have the value of tickets banked in your account from canceled concerts in the 2019.20 or 2020.21 season, you may apply the value of those tickets toward your 2021.22 season ticket order. Banked ticket redemption is available online and over the phone only.
A letter was sent out in mid-May with the value of your banked tickets and directions for how to redeem that value for future concerts. If you did not receive this letter and need to know the value of your banked tickets, you can find this information by logging in to your online account at thespco.org. You may also call our Ticket Office at 651.291.1144 or email us at email@example.com.
Here are schedules, brochures, and forms that you can download and print.
- Season announcement press release
- 2021.22 Season Brochure
- Create Your Own Series order form
- Chronological 2021.22 Season Schedule
We’re here to help. If you have questions or need help with your season subscription, call our Ticket Office at 651.291.1144 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.