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Santa Rosa Symphony Single Tickets on Sale August 7

Santa Rosa Symphony, July 31, 2017

(Santa Rosa, Calif.) — Individual tickets for the 2017-2018 Santa Rosa Symphony “A Choice Season,” concerts and events go on sale Monday, August 7, 2017 at 9 AM. In addition, August 7 – August 25, tickets for the Classical Series concerts, Saturday and Monday evenings and Sunday afternoons, may be purchased at a 15% discount. Tickets for these 90th Anniversary season concerts may be purchased at srsymphony.org, by phone at 54-MUSIC (707) 546-8742, or in person Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM at the Symphony Patron Services Office, 50 Santa Rosa Avenue (north entrance, first floor). 
The Santa Rosa Symphony’s 90th year features talented, world-renowned guest artists and distinguished guest conductors as the Symphony, along with its patrons, experiences the different styles and programming choices of the five conductor candidates. The final two concert sets bid farewell to the Symphony’s fourth ever Music Director, Bruno Ferrandis with special programming and separately ticketed “Merci Beaucoup, Maestro!” receptions.
Santa Rosa Symphony 2017-2018 Highlights
Sixth season as the resident orchestra of the Green Music Center

Five uniquely-qualified conductors raise their batons for a chance to be our next music director

Popular musicologist Kayleen Asbo interviews the five music director candidates before each of the first five   concert sets

Five piano concertos (guest conductor sets) featuring pianists Joyce Yang, Nareh Arghamanyan, Stewart Goodyear, Orli Shaham and Anna Fedorova

Electric violin artist and pioneer Tracy Silverman plays The Dharma at Big Sur (composed for him byPulitzer-winner John Adams) and holds a masterclass

Iconic Russian film score Alexander Nevsky

United States Premiere of Temporis for Cymbalom and Orchestra by Czech composer Michal Rataj

Mahler’s “farewell” Symphony No. 9 for Bruno Ferrandis’ Au Revoir concerts May 5-7, 2018

Merci Beaucoup, Maestro! receptions in Prelude restaurant, honoring departing Music Director Bruno Ferrandis following each performance May 5, 6 & 7

Michael Berkowitz conducts four Symphony Pops concerts at Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (tickets through LBC only)

Finley Foundation Family Concert Series October 29 (with free photo booth), January 28 and March 18

Orchestra-floor seating now available at the lowest offered price

SRS Youth Ensembles Showcase Concert, featuring, for the first time, a work commissioned for the SRS Youth Ensembles 

Classical Series tickets for performances on Saturday and Monday at 8 PM and Sunday at 3 PM range from $29 - $85, depending on seat location. Price range August 7 – 25, with the 15% discount is $25 - $72. Tickets for the Family Concert Series, not included in the 15% off promotion, are $17 for adults and $12 for children under 12.
The Santa Rosa Symphony Patron Services staff is available to provide complete information for the Classical Series, Family Series and all special concerts and events and answer any other questions regarding seating. Patrons are invited to call (707) 546-8742 between 9 AM and 5 PM Monday through Friday (after 10:30 on Wednesdays). More information and ticket purchases may also be found at www.srsymphony.org.
About the Santa Rosa Symphony
Santa Rosa Symphony, the Resident Orchestra of the Green Music Center, is the third-oldest professional orchestra in California, and the largest regional symphony north of Los Angeles. Bruno Ferrandis, who began his tenure in 2006, is the fourth Music Director in the organization’s history. The Santa Rosa Symphony (SRS) is committed to core values of artistic excellence, innovative programming and community service. This year the SRS contributed over $4 million into the local economy.
Currently in its 90th season, the Symphony’s performance schedule includes 21 Classical Series concerts (7 sets), 7 Discovery Dress Rehearsal concerts, a 3-concert Family Series and a 4-concert Pops Series, as well as special concerts. The Symphony is also recognized for having one of the most comprehensive music education programs in California, serving nearly 23,000 youth annually.
Collaborations with schools and organizations across Sonoma County have gained SRS national attention and support. Awards include an American Symphony Orchestra League MetLife Award for Community Engagement and a first place award for adventurous programming in the 2012-2013 season from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).

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Sara Mitchell
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707-546-7097 ext.218

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