The Omaha Symphony is thrilled to announce that tickets to all 2010/11 performances will go on sale to the public Friday, August 27. 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.
The Omaha Symphony’s 2010/11 season, under the leadership of music director Thomas Wilkins, offers a dazzling spectrum of live musical experiences for the entire community. From Midori to the music of Michael Jackson, Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” to The Oak Ridge Boys, the season ahead is brimming with variety, visuals, energy, and exceptional national and local talent. This dynamic collection of concerts is the perfect way to celebrate the Omaha Symphony’s 90th anniversary.
With more than 50 concerts in 7 distinct series, there’s something for all music lovers to enjoy! Mark Friday, August 27 on your calendar— and order your tickets as soon as possible to select and secure the best seats at the best prices! Several performances are expected to sell-out.