Momentous, once in a lifetime, wow, amazing, and celebratory are words and phrases that come to mind now that the orchestra’s 100th Anniversary is here!!
The Sheboygan Symphony Chorus, celebrating their 25th year, will present holiday favorites and well as joining the orchestra for Gustav Mahler’s Second Symphony and a world premiere work of Michael Torke.
The two orchestras of the Sheboygan Area Youth Symphony Program will enter their 36th season in 2018-2019.
100th Anniversary…the oldest continuously active orchestra in the state of Wisconsin…so much to celebrate! And if I could choose only one word to describe what is ahead, that word is…EXCITEMENT!!
- Dr. Kevin McMahon, Music Director and Conductor
October 06 @ 7:30 pm | Inaugurating our 100th Season | View Event
November 10 @ 7:30 pm | New Directions | View Event
December 08 @ 7:30 pm | Holiday Concerts Past and Present | View Event
February 09 @ 7:30 pm | Old World, New World | View Event
February 17 @ 3:00 pm | Teddy Bears and Tunes | View Event
March 16 @ 7:30 pm | Favorites from the SSO's Recent Past | View Event
May 11 @ 7:30 pm | SSO and Chorus-Forward to the Next 100 Years | View Event
Tickets are now available online or by contacting the Weill Center Ticket Office.
The Ticket Office is open Noon - 5:30 pm, Monday - Friday. Call the Ticket Office at 920-208-3243 during regular hours.
Inquiries regarding the content of each performance, SSO Special events or Interludes Pre-Concert Talks can be made directly to the Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra. Feel free to call their office at 920-452-1985.
When you purchase tickets online or over the phone, a convenience fee is added per ticket. Click here for more details on these convenience fees.
Season tickets may be purchased by:
Downloading the Ticket Order Form or by calling 920-208-3243.
- Full 6 Concert Series (pricing ranging from $150 to $198).
- 3 Mini Concert Series (pricing ranging from $75 to $105).
- Student passes are available for either the full or mini series.
Single performance tickets are available now and prices range from $30 to $39. Student tickets are available the night of the performance in the Ticket Office for $15.
Tickets are available in person at 826 N 8th St, by calling (920) 208-3243 or online.
Single performance tickets are available now and prices for this performance are $30 to $39 or $15 for students.