Season Tickets

2018 – 2019 Season ticket packages are now available!

How to Subscribe

  1. Choose your series below.
  2. Purchase online by clicking the purchase button and filling out the online form or call the Box Office at (203) 787-4282.
  3. Your tickets will be mailed to you in September.
  4. Sit back and enjoy the concerts!

If you are a returning subscriber and would like to renew your seats, please call the NHSO Box Office at (203) 787-4282.

Subscriber Benefits

  • Free parking at the Grove Street Garage with free shuttle to Woolsey Hall
  • Same great seats for the entire series
  • An exclusive season ticket holder discount for 10% off additional tickets for your friends and family to every NHSO concert
  • Exchanges between any concert and any series at no charge
  • Free ticket reprinting if you misplace yours
  • The option of donating your tickets back before any performance to receive a tax deduction

Classics Series

Woolsey Hall & Lyman Center at SCSU

  • 125th Anniversary Opening Night

    Thursday, October 4 – 7:30pm – Woolsey Hall

    William Boughton, conductor
    Chad Hoopes, violin

    RIMSKY-KORSAKOV
    Scheherazade

    DVORAK
    Violin Concerto in A Minor

    HUMPERDINCK
    Hansel & Gretel: Prelude

  • Carmina Burana

    Thursday, November 8 – 7:30pm – Woolsey Hall

    William Boughton, conductor
    Fairfield County Chorale
    The Chorus of Westerly
    New Haven Chorale
    Lisa Williamson, soprano
    Zachary Johnson, baritone

    ORFF
    Carmina Burana

    TCHAIKOVSKY
    Music from Sleeping Beauty

    WEBER
    Overture to Oberon

  • Beethoven!

    Thursday, November 29 – 7:30pm – Woolsey Hall

    William Boughton, conductor
    Boris Berman, piano

    BEETHOVEN
    Symphony No. 3, “Eroica”

    BEETHOVEN
    Piano Concerto No. 4

  • Handel's Messiah

    Thursday, December 20 – 7:30pm – Woolsey Hall

    William Boughton, conductor
    Christ Church Choir
    Allegra Devita, alto
    Additional soloists TBA

    HANDEL
    Messiah

  • Wicked Divas

    Thursday, February 14 – 7:30pm – Woolsey Hall

    Chelsea Tipton, conductor
    Alli Mauzey and Julie Reiber, vocals

    The NHSO explores music from the golden age of song onstage, with romantic favorites and orchestral show-stoppers from Candide, Carmen, Anything Goes, Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera, and more.

  • Mozart's Paris

    Thursday, March 14 – 7:30pm – Woolsey Hall

    William Boughton, conductor
    Tai Murray, violin

    MOZART
    “Paris” Symphony No. 31

    PROKOFIEV
    Violin Concerto No. 2

    BARBER
    Adagio for Strings

    HAYDN
    Symphony No. 102

  • To Thee We Sing

    Thursday, April 4 – 7:30pm – Lyman Center at Southern Connecticut State University

    William Boughton, conductor
    Elliott Forrest, multimedia

    COPLAND
    A Lincoln Portrait
    Down a Country Lane
    John Henry
    Letter from Home

    SCHWANTNER
    New Morning for the World (“Daybreak of Freedom”)

    TRADITIONAL
    My Country Tis of Thee
    Songs from the Underground Railroad

    ROUMAIN
    Hip-Hop Essay Part 1- Dance

    PICKER
    Old and Lost Rivers

  • Mahler Symphony No. 3

    Thursday, May 2 – 7:30pm – Woolsey Hall

    William Boughton, conductor
    New Haven Symphony Orchestra
    Yale Philharmonia
    Yale Glee Club
    Elm City Girls’ Choir

    MAHLER
    Symphony No. 3, “What the Universe Tells Me”

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Pops Series

Hamden Middle School & Shelton High School

  • Come Fly With Me: A Tribute to Frank Sinatra

    Saturday, October 13 – 2:30pm – Hamden Middle School

    Sunday, October 14 – 3pm – Shelton High School

    Featuring Vocalist Rob Zappulla & the Rob Zappulla Big Band

    The NHSO Pops pays tribute to “Ol’ Blue Eyes” with a swinging concert of Frank Sinatra’s biggest hits with Rob Zappulla’s big band and the New Haven Symphony.

  • Holiday Extravaganza

    Saturday, December 15 – 2:30pm – Hamden Middle School

    Sunday, December 16 – 3pm – Shelton High School

    Elm City Girls Choir

    Connecticut’s holiday tradition is back… and this year Conductor Chelsea Tipton is pulling out all the stops in honor of the NHSO’s 125th Anniversary. From Sleigh Ride to a sing-along with Santa, the NHSO’s take on classic and new holiday carols will
    delight and enchant.

  • Wicked Divas

    Saturday, February 9 – 2:30pm – Hamden Middle School

    Sunday, February 10 – 3pm – Shelton High School

    Alli Mauzey and Julie Reiber, vocals

    Broadway’s biggest divas sing musical theatre showstoppers with the full New Haven Symphony Orchestra, including music from Wicked, Les Miserables, Phantom of the
    Opera, Chicago, Funny Girl and more!

  • Movies, Movies, Movies!

    Saturday, May 18 – 2:30pm – Hamden Middle School

    Sunday, May 19 – 3pm – Shelton High School

    Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean, Star Wars… Pops Conductor Chelsea Tipton leads the NHSO in award-winning soundtracks from the silver screen.

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