1. Ensure You Hear the Music You Love by Reserving Your Seats* in Advance.
Bask in the sounds of TSO’s musicians under José’s baton. Composers you’ll love include Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Brahms, Bach, John Williams, Berlioz, Stravinsky and dozens more.
2. With Each Concert, Enjoy Journeys Familiar and New.
Travel through new worlds from the most diverse selections of music in TSO’s history.
Get to know the music of Florence Price, the first African-American woman to compose for symphony orchestra—or Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a contemporary of Mozart who was the first composer of African descent. The richness of Gabriela Lena Frank’s music comes in part from songs her Peruvian mother sang to her. And conductor Jessica Cottis and pianist Joyce Yang combine their talents in Jonathan Leshnoff’s Piano Concerto, a co-commission of the TSO.
Not to be forgotten, Tucson’s own composers will be featured, including Daniel Asia, Robert Muczynski and Ulysses Kay.
3. Save Up to 20% Off Individual Ticket Prices.
And with a subscription, you won’t risk missing concerts. Simply exchange for another concert, free.
4. Ease into Your Seats at Newly-Renovated Tucson Music Hall.
Getting there is easier than ever with two new parking garages. A 392-car garage was recently completed, and a 524-car garage will be finished soon.
5. A Note on Subscriptions, Ticketing and Safety
Tucson Symphony Orchestra is pledged to the safety of its audience, its musicians and staff. The COVID-19 situation continues to change, so we will establish health and safety protocols nearer concert dates, following the direction of governmental experts and authorities.