Past Events from February 8 – May 6 – Akron Symphony Orchestra

NEW DATE: Winter Concert with the Akron Youth Symphony and Akron Youth Philharmonic

Guzzetta Hall 228 E Buchtel Ave, Akron, OH, United States

***The Winter Concert for the Akron Youth Symphony and Akron Youth Philharmonic has been RESCHEDULED to January 29 at 3 pm at Guzzetta Hall.***

This concert will be presented free of charge. If you previously purchased tickets to this event, you can use them for admission to the March Side-by-Side concert. 

Free – $32.00

Akron Youth Orchestra Side-by-Side Concert

E.J. Thomas Hall 198 Hill Street, Akron, OH, United States

Join us for a special collaboration between the Akron Youth Philharmonic and Akron Youth Symphony on March 19 at 3 pm.

Free – $32.00

Akron Symphony Gala

E.J. Thomas Hall 198 Hill Street, Akron, OH, United States

Tickets are now available!
Join us to celebrate the Akron Symphony’s commitment to exceptional, live symphonic music, inspiring educational programming, and to important community partnerships. The Gala is a special evening benefitting the Akron Symphony Orchestra. Enjoy a gourmet dinner, amazing live and silent auction items, and more!

Akron Youth Orchestra Spring Concert

Tallmadge High School 140 N Munroe Rd, Tallmadge, OH, United States

Join the Akron Youth Orchestra for a Spring Concert on Sunday, May 7 at 3 pm at Tallmadge High School.

Free – $32.00

Summer Parks Series at Forest Lodge Park

Forest Lodge Park 260 Greenwood Avenue, Akron, OH, United States

Spend a summer evening with the Akron Symphony Orchestra and the City of Akron at a free Summer Parks Series Concert at Forest Lodge Park on July 30 at 7:30 pm.

Beethoven’s Ninth

E.J. Thomas Hall 198 Hill Street, Akron, OH, United States

Christopher Wilkins conducts Beethoven’s towering Ninth Symphony with its famous finale, the “Ode to Joy.” Cleveland Institute of Music-trained composer and pianist Jerod-Tate leads his own work, Clans, drawing on the culture of his Chickasaw heritage. University of Akron’s Dr. LaDonna Blue Eye, citizen of the Choctaw Nation, narrates the story.

$8.00 – $60.00