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SONY DSCThanks to a generous gift from the Ethel S. Abbott Charitable Foundation, students will now attend all concerts for free starting fall 2014 through spring 2017! Therefore, there is no need to purchase season passes for students. They will be admitted free upon arrival. Season passes for adults under age 60 are $55 and our new Senior pricing for adults 60 and over is $50. Purchasing a season pass by the October concert results in significant savings over the box office single ticket price. A season pass will allow the cardholder admittance to all four subscription concerts (October, December, February, April). Individual concert ticket prices at the door for the October, February, and April concerts will be $15 for adults and $13 for seniors. Individual concert ticket prices at the door for the December/Christmas concert will be $20 for adults and $18 for seniors. Adult and senior season passes will be mailed in early September.

2017-2018 Season Tickets

Journeys and Destinations

  •   Sun, Oct 22, 2017 - 3:00 PM, Masonic Center Auditorium|  Directions

Imagine floating down The Moldau as experienced by Smetana, or taking Mendelssohn’s voyage through Scotland as conveyed through his Scottish Symphony. We also welcome principal... Read More >

Now We Ring of Christmas

  •   Sat, Dec 9, 2017 - 3:00 PM, Masonic Center Auditorium|  Directions

Returning to the stage is the Hastings College Handbell Choir under the direction of Byron Jensen. Always appealing and strikingly vibrant (pardon the puns), the... Read More >

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Children’s Classics and Puppets

  •   Sun, Feb 25, 2018 - 3:00 PM, Masonic Center Auditorium|  Directions

The Mesner Puppet Company brings Peter and the Wolf to life for a fun-filled afternoon of family entertainment. We also feature winners of the Hastings... Read More >

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To the Stars and Beyond

  •   Sun, Apr 29, 2018 - 3:00 PM, Masonic Center Auditorium|  Directions

A week after Earth Day, we imagine this magnificent globe and our universe through music with The Planets by Gustav Holst, and Michael Abels’ Global... Read More >