All concerts in the 2022-23 Season will be one hour long, without intermission. 

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Tickets are available: In person or by phone, through the River Run Box Office (519) 763-3000, or online using the links below.

 

Brahms at the Basilica

Sunday April 2, 2023, 3pm- Basilica of Our Lady

Conductor, William Rowson

Celebrate the arrival of spring with Brahms’ cheerful Symphony No. 2 in D major, nicknamed “Pastoral”, in obvious reference to Beethoven’s symphony of the same name.  We will open the program with Wijeratne’s charming ‘Letter from the After-life’ based on quotes from Schubert’s Death & the Maiden string quartet.

Brahms at the Basilica – April 2, 2023

 Season Finale Concert

Saturday April 29, 2023, 7:30pm- River Run Centre

Conductor, Michael Hall

GSO welcomes final Artistic Director Candidate, Michael Hall, to the podium, in a romantic programme of Debussy, Coleman, Bizet and John Williams. Also on the program is Tchaikovsky’s breath-taking Romeo-Juliet and Bernstein’s vibrant West Side Story. A true celebration of friendship, connection, and love.

Season Finale Concert – April 29, 2023

2022-23 Ticket Pricing

 

Adult Ticket Pricing

Sunday Oct 2, 2022, 3pm        $50/$40/$30    

Sunday Dec 11, 2022, 3pm    $40

Sunday Jan 1, 2023, 3pm       $50/$40/$30

Sunday Apr 2, 2023, 3pm        $40

Saturday Apr 29,2023, 7:30p   $50/$40/$30   

Under-30 Ticket Pricing

Sunday Oct 2, 2022, 3pm        $30/$25/$20    

Sunday Dec 11, 2022, 3pm    $25

Sunday Jan 1, 2023, 3pm       $30/$25/$20

Sunday Apr 2, 2023, 3pm        $25

Saturday Apr 29,2023, 7:30p   $30/$25/$20   

Earlier this Season

Season Opening Concert

Sunday October 2, 2022, 3pm- River Run Centre

Conductor, Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser

Violinist, Tiffany Yeung

GSO returns to the River Run Stage in a delightful program which includes Sarasate’s charming Carmen Fantasy, Wijeratne’s high-energy Polyphonic Lively and Dvorak’s poetic Symphony no.8, which celebrates the sheer joy of being alive in a world of natural wonders.