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2022-23 SERIES Subscriptions
ON SALE NOW!

Call the WSO at (203) 574-4283 to reserve your seats.

You can also complete the Subscription Form Here and mail back to us OR email boxoffice@waterburysymphony.org!

Single Tickets (On sale August 15, 2022)

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Don't miss our exciting 22-23 Season Opening Concert at St. John's Church in Waterbury! The WSO will be performing Poulenc's beloved Organ Concerto in G minor and, for the very first time, the Saint Saens Symphony No. 3 in C minor with renowned organist, Christopher Houlihan!

The Hartford Chorale will join the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra onstage for two exciting performances of Handel's Messiah! We will perform this classic piece at our home venue, Naugatuck Valley Community College, and will return to St. Anthony of Padua's in Litchfield for an encore performance. Ring in the holiday season with the WSO!

March is a great month for an all-Mozart program and this season, Leif Bjaland and the WSO will perform with two wonderful guest artists. Benjamin Baker (violin) and Jordan Bak (viola) will bring their exciting artistry to the stage for a rousing performance of Sinfonia Concertante! This magnificent concert will conclude with Mozart's Symphony No. 40 in G minor - a favorite of Mozart fans everywhere.

The WSO returns to the Palace Theater stage for a celebration of Black music throughout the history of Waterbury! This concert will feature exciting jazz music, riveting choral works performed by "Brass City Voices," led by Marianna Vagnini, and will conclude with Barnwell's Fortune's Bones: The Manumission Requiem - a true piece of a Waterbury's history and a reckoning with our past.

Our 2022-2023 MasterWorks series concludes with Symphonic Summit - a mountainous trek through modern and classic masterpieces. This concert will feature our Thomas C. Clark Young Artist Competition winner on piano - to be announced in the Fall. Leif Bjaland and the WSO will end our season on a high note, with Schubert's "Great" Symphony No. 9 in C Major. See you on the summit!