The Omaha Symphony is thrilled to announce that tickets to all 2009/10 performances will go on sale to the public Friday, August 28. While subscription packages have been available for purchase since early spring, this will be the first opportunity for patrons to buy tickets on a per-concert basis. To reserve the best seats to the best shows in town, call the Omaha Symphony Box Office at 402.342.3560 (open M-F, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.) or order online at www.omahasymphony.org.
Community members have already responded enthusiastically to the dynamic, diverse entertainment offered in the upcoming season—a trend expected to continue with the sale of single tickets. “We are really excited about the 2009/10 season and the response we’ve seen from the community. We’ve seen a 14% increase in our MasterWorks subscriptions,” said Lex Poppens, Vice President of Marketing. “Plus, the launch of the new Sights and Sounds series has nearly doubled the number of Casual Classics packages from a year ago.”
Featuring timeless classics by Beethoven and Mozart, popular hits from Broadway and Motown, the legendary Itzhak Perlman, and the new Sights and Sounds series, this season has something for all music lovers. Mark Friday, August 28 on your calendar—and order quickly to reserve your seats!
The season kicks off September 25 and 26 with Passport to Russia, an all-Russian MasterWorks program showcasing the flying fingers of pianist Kirill Gerstein. For ticket information and details on the Omaha Symphony’s entire 2009/10 season, visit us online at www.omahasymphony.org. Patrons can also connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.