It gives us great pleasure to invite you to join us for our 2023.24 season, one in which the vision of the SPCO musicians is celebrated alongside our Artistic Partners and exciting guest artists. Throughout this season are woven themes of darkness and light — of contemplation and celebration, of remembrance and renewal — as we explore the full emotional range of music.
Abel Selaocoe returns for his second year as Artistic Partner with programs featuring Baroque and contemporary works as well as his own recent compositions. Richard Egarr continues to show his eclectic and delightful sense of humor with symphonies by Ludwig van Beethoven and Franz Schubert and will also lead a program featuring the organs at three of our Neighborhood Series venues. Rob Kapilow concludes his time as Artistic Partner with a What Makes It Great® program featuring Franz Joseph Haydn’s final symphony in a season that showcases five additional Haydn symphonies led by the SPCO musicians.
The talents of the SPCO musicians as soloists, chamber musicians and leaders have been the life blood of the SPCO’s artistic output, and that continues next season with a special emphasis on the curatorial interests of our players. In addition to a multitude of solo performances by audience favorites Steven Copes, Julie Albers, Eunice Kim, Maureen Nelson and Cassie Pilgrim, among others, you will see several musicians listed as creative leads or arrangers throughout the season. In our continued commitment to the musician-led model, SPCO musicians are empowered to lead and develop programs that reveal their musical curiosities and passions. Musicians have also partnered on these creative lead programs with local mezzo-soprano Clara Osowski and our current Sandbox Composer-in-Residence Clarice Assad.
We are joined by many guest artists including Gabriel and Jeffrey Kahane who will co-lead a father/son program for Thanksgiving weekend, conductors Gábor Takács-Nagy and Douglas Boyd, pianists Richard Goode and Anne-Marie McDermott, clarinetist Anthony McGill, and violinist Alina Ibragimova.
We are so grateful for the continual support of our audiences in both darkness and light, and we cannot wait to share this season with you all.
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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, 2020.21 or 2021.22 season, you may apply the value of those tickets toward your 2023.24 season ticket order. Banked ticket redemption is available online and over the phone only.
A letter was sent out in May 2022 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 protected].
Here are schedules, brochures, and forms that you can download and print.
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 [email protected].