Get ready to experience the magic of the Philharmonic like never before! Enjoy an unbeatable half off on select concerts.
Use Code: Friday50
Ring in the New Year with an extraordinary celebration at the Springs’ most iconic event with Broadway hits, timeless classics, and musical spectacles. Bid farewell to 2023 and embrace the arrival of 2024 in style.
One of the greatest storytelling symphonies in music, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony No. 6 shines in a transcendent concert led by guest conductor Carolyn Kuan. The Philharmonic, joined by the exceptional Masayo Ishigure on koto and Masayuki Koga on shakuhachi, unites East and West in a celebration of the natural world.
With highly stylized choreography, lighting, music, and cirque performances, Troupe Vertigo combines captivating scenes and enchanting visuals. Marvel in this artistic wonder featuring Latin music as the incredible artists of Troupe Vertigo gracefully unveil stunning circus feats.
You take control! Musicians arrive with an armload of show-stopping favorites. But nothing gets played until YOU – the audience – choose the music. Includes selections from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, the Anvil Chorus, Star Wars, Aida, and so much more. And the grand finale: O, Fortuna! from the roof-raising Carmina Burana.
The Philharmonic will lead us to hell and back with Berlioz’s opium inspired Symphonie Fantastique – one of the most engrossing symphonies ever written. Witness violinist Stella Chen perform Prokofiev’s evocatively engaging Violin Concerto No. 2 and dance with the colors and energy of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s West African inspired Danse negre in a program of unique inspirations helmed by award-winning guest conductor Earl Lee.
The Philharmonic Rocks! Frontman Mick Adams joins a full rock band and entire Philharmonic for a celebration of The Stones’ iconic albums, Beggars Banquet and Let It Bleed. Featuring favorites including “Sympathy For the Devil,” “Street Fighting Man,” “Gimme Shelter,” “Midnight Rambler,” and “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” as well as classic hits from their ABKCO years, including “Let’s Spend The Night Together,” “Brown Sugar,” and “Ruby Tuesday.”