Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra 2014/15 Season Starting

Entertainment Update

Entertainment Update
Entertainment Update

Thunder Bay – ENTERTAINMENT – The Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra (TBSO) 2014/15 Season begins in one-month! Single tickets will be available for purchase starting Wednesday, September 17, 2014, and Series Subscriptions will continue to be sold until the first concert in a particular series (Pops, Masterworks, Classical Plus, Cabaret, and Season Passes). Our Select 6 package is available season-long. Single tickets and subscriptions can be purchased at the Community Auditorium Box Office.

Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra 2014/15 Season

Trade the ordinary for fantasy: A season of music inspired by timeless tales
It’s no surprise that music tells amazing stories. Myths, fables, tall tales, and short stories have all inspired composers to write their most engaging and colourful music. The TBSO and Music Director Arthur Post invite you to join us for a season filled with enchantment, beauty, and adventure, with timeless tales told through music.

Season Highlights
·         Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade
·         Cinderella performed by Canada’s Ballet Jörgen & the TBSO
·         Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah Slean
·         World Premiere – Jordan Pal’s Into the Wonder
·         Canadian Rocker Joel Plaskett
·         A Night at the Oscars with perennial favourite Brian Jackson
·         Orff: Carmina Burana
·         The Ultimate Symphonic Rock Show with Jeans ‘n ClassicsHow to Purchase TBSO Single Tickets and Subscriptions
·         In person at the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium Box Office,
Tuesday-Saturday, 11:30a.m.–5:30p.m.
·         By phone at 807.684.4444 or 1.800.463.8817
·         Single tickets only

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