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.

Tickets available through the River Run Box Office, or through the link below.

Tickets will also be available at the door (cash or credit card)

Adults: $40

Under 30: $25

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.

Tickets available through the River Run Box Office or through the link below

Adults: $30/$40/$50

Under 30 :$30/$25/$20

Season Finale Concert – April 29, 2023

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.

 

Last Season

Sunday May 1, 3pm, Basilica of Our Lady

We are thrilled to announce that Guelph Symphony will welcome Guest Conductor, Adam Johnson, Soloists Jonathan Crow, violin and Joe Carere, organ in a celebratory concert at the Basilica of Our Lady, on May 1st !

Beethoven: Egmont Overture
Jesse Montgomery: Strum 
Beethoven: Romance in F 
Saint Saens: Organ Symphony no 3 , Finale 

(approximately one hour, no intermission)

Digital tickets are available through our website at this link

and will be available for purchase at the door.

Please note that patrons will be required to wear a mask at this event.