Jackson Symphony Orchestra season tickets are available | Life

JACKSON, Michigan — Season tickets for the Jackson Symphony Orchestra’s 73rd season are now available for purchase.

The symphony will perform throughout the fall and spring. They will present their Signature Series, Music on Tap and many other special events. The Signature Series will include The Return of the Maestro on October 1, Fire and Ice on November 12, French Ballet from February 10-13, Pictures at an Exhibition on March 25, and Epic Mahler on April 22.

“We couldn’t be more excited to release the schedule for the JSO’s 73rd season,” said JSO Director of Business and Operations Steve Trosin. “Through the Signature Series, Music on Tap and our special events calendar, we truly believe we have something to offer members of the Jackson community with diverse tastes in musical styles and genres.”

All Music on Tap performances will be at Weatherwax Hall at 8 p.m. , 2023, Jazz Night, with Ben Rosenblum on February 25, 2023, Irish Festival, with The Founding on March 18, 2023 and Atmospheric Indie, with Frances Luke Accord on May 6, 2023

Tickets are available online at jacksonsymphony.org, by phone at (517) 782-3221 or visit the Jackson Symphony box office at 215 W. Michigan Ave, Jackson MI 49201. Season ticket holders will receive 20% off individual tickets and 35% off. any ticket purchased at the door. For those new to the symphony, early buyers will receive season tickets at 50% off.

Pictures at an Exhibition will feature artwork inspired by the work of Jackson-born artist Philip Campbell Curtis. This performance will be the Jackson Symphony Orchestra’s first collaboration with Evan Struck, a local speed painter who will bring a work of art to life on stage during the performance.

“When we returned to the stage last season, we felt the overwhelming support and joy from the Jackson community,” said JSO Music Director Matthew Aubin. “This past year has reinforced our desire to engage, collaborate and bring our community together through our shared love of quality live music. So, at each performance in the coming season, we will be celebrating an individual, an organization, a co-worker or friend who is an important part of our community.

One of the special events the symphony will present is the Summer Pops concert. This concert will focus on heroes and heroines will honor fictional and real-life heroes and heroines in a free show at Horace Blackman Park in downtown Jackson.

Other special events include the Halloween Children’s Concert on October 29 at 3 p.m. at the Michigan Theater, The Nutcracker on December 9 at 7 p.m. and December 10 and 11 at 2 and 7 p.m. at the Potter Center and finally The Music of Harry Potter on May 20, 2023 at 7 p.m. at the Michigan Theater.

Subscriptions will be delivered to current subscription holders or can be picked up at the box office. All individual tickets will be available for purchase on September 1. For more information or questions, contact Mary Trosin, Head of Marketing, at maryt@jacksonsymphony.org.

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