The 2016-2017 season has been announced! See the full schedule below.
New Subscriptions will go on sale May 30, 2016,
– seat assignment after June 15, 2016.
Single Tickets will go on sale July 1, 2016.
The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra is joined by the world famous Canadian Brass Saturday, March 12, at the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall, VBC. Don’t miss this evening of lively, colorful music inspired by the Americas!
We invite you to join us March 6 at the Huntsville Depot Roundhouse for dinner while the HSO performs musical pieces by composer Georg Philip Telemann. Ticket sales close on Friday, March 4, at 2:00 p.m.
Carnival of the Animals
Saturday, February 27, 2016, at 11:00 a.m.
FREE Family Activities: 9:30 a.m.
Mark C. Smith Concert Hall
The FREE Family Concert is a program designed for audiences of all ages.
Who wouldn’t love to hear musical bears, roosters, donkeys, and the liveliest fossils you’ve ever experienced? It’s music for all to enjoy, presented in collaboration with the talents and artistry of our friends from the Huntsville Ballet Company, Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater, and the Academy for Academics and Arts.
The composers of tonight’s performance – one Romanian, one Hungarian, one Czech – present a diverse but beautiful evening of music. This concert promises something new, something familiar, and something inspiring — warm music on a cold February evening.
Hear the beautiful vocalist Hilary Kole sing the music of James Bond along with the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra. Enjoy this iconic music, including the Academy Award®-nominated songs “Live and Let Die,” “For Your Eyes Only,” as well as the Oscar-winning “Skyfall.” You won’t want to miss this powerhouse performance.
The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra’s 61st season takes us on a musical JOURNEY around the world. In an homage to the strong European-German roots of the HSO, music by composers such as Beethoven, Brahms, Bruckner, Mozart, and Telemann, will take us to Austria and Germany; we’ll JOURNEY across the ocean with Vaughan Williams’ Sea Symphony, and take off to places like Turkey, Romania, Hungary, and the Czech Republic, and then back across the Atlantic for the sounds of America. The JOURNEY will end with the HSO’s Brahms Festival season finale!
Three different perspectives on classical music: a flashy ladies man, an introspective devotee of his own folk culture, and a gruff conservative maintaining his faith in the old styles of composition. Liszt, Bartók, and Brahms may not have gotten along well over dinner, but to listeners, their combined works create a powerful evening. And, this also marks the return of violinist Elina Vähälä, a Huntsville favorite.