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The talents of the Akron Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Christopher Wilkins will be center stage during a 2020-21 Classic Concert Series that features a major popular work on every program.

Order Classic Series season tickets online below. To avoid the handling fees, you may also order by phone at 330.535.8131.

Note: If you would like to add a parking pass to your subscription, please call the Symphony Box Office at 330.535.8131.

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The talents of the Akron Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Christopher Wilkins will be center stage during a 2020-21 concert season that features a major popular work on every program.

The Classic Series contains favorites such as Beethoven’s Fifth, Dvořák’s New World Symphony, Haydn’s The Creation, Pictures at an Exhibition, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, and Handel’s Water Music. The versatility and virtuosity of our Orchestra and the Akron Symphony Chorus are on full display in these great works.

But next season is also the most eclectic we’ve ever programmed. There are six works by female composers in all manner of genres: an overture, a suite of dances, three tone poems, and a symphony. The 2020–21 season also includes works by two Latinx composers—Gabriela Lena Frank and Aldemaro Romero—and two African-American composers central to our tradition—William Dawson and Florence Price.

The best way not to miss a note is to become a season subscriber. Patrons who subscribe enjoy steep discounts on a full season of concerts, guaranteed seats, a 10 percent discount on additional single ticket purchases, and a flexible ticket exchange program.

Subscription packages for the seven-concert Classic Series start as low as $140. To subscribe, call the Akron Symphony Box Office at 330.535.8131 or visit akronsymphony.org. 

Note: If you would like to add a parking pass to your subscription, please call the Symphony Box Office at 330.535.8131.

All concerts take place at E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall, located on the campus of The University of Akron.

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