COVID-19 vaccinations or negative test results as well as masks will be required to attend SPCO performances at the Ordway.

Season Tickets

After resuming concerts at the Ordway Concert Hall this fall, we are so pleased to announce the return of our Neighborhood Series performances beginning in January 2022. We are thrilled to welcome you back to our Neighborhood Series venues across the metro area with a lineup of concerts curated and led by our own SPCO musicians. We will continue to prioritize health and safety and have planned a number of measures designed to provide the safest possible concert experience as we come together again to enjoy live music.

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to a concert will be required in order to attend, and attendance will be limited to allow for distancing. Masks will be required for all audience members and concerts will be shortened to 60 75 minutes in length with no intermission to prevent crowds from gathering in restrooms and lobbies. These protocols will be subject to change based on the course of the pandemic in our community and ticket holders will be notified of current safety protocols via email prior to each concert. Visit for more details.

Our musicians have planned a series of concerts that reflect their musical passions, taking great care in curating each program so that every concert takes audiences on a stimulating musical journey. Highlights of our Neighborhood Series performances include a new bespoke arrangement of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Goldberg Variations for the SPCO by our Principal Horn James Ferree, a new orchestration of Sergei Prokofiev’s Violin Sonata in F by Stephen Prutsman performed by Concertmaster Steven Copes, and solo performances by SPCO musicians, including Maureen Nelson, Alicia McQuerrey, Cassie Pilgrim and Julia Bogorad-Kogan.

Since the beginning of this pandemic, our audience and our community have rallied around the SPCO with amazing support. Thank you so much for being there for us and for helping us continue to share the connecting power of music during this challenging time. Our commitment to sharing performances by our incredible orchestra with everyone in our community remains as strong as ever, and we look to the future with optimism and hope. We cannot wait to welcome you back into our Neighborhood Series venues in just a few short months!

Read about the steps we are taking to provide the safest possible concert experience next season.


Neighborhood Series 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.


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Subscriber Benefits


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 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!

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 You may also call our Ticket Office at 651.291.1144 or email us at


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