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Black Friday

Give the gift of music this holiday season!

Save on single tickets and subscription packages with these exclusive Black Friday deals
Available Thursday, November 28 at 6:00 PM until Monday, December 2 at 11:59 PM

$35 Pops & Masterworks Tickets

Get your ticket* to any CSO Pops or Masterworks concert
taking place January 2020 – April 2020 for only $35!
That’s nearly 40% off the normal ticket price.

Available online only. Use promo code WOW35 when placing your order.

Eligible concerts include:

1.23.20 – Beethoven’s Fifth
Tivoli Theatre • Thursday • 7:30PM

Kayoko Dan, conductor
Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin

BARBER – Second Essay for Orchestra
BRAHMS – Violin Concerto
BEETHOVEN  – Symphony No. 5

One of the most recognizable and significant pieces of music of its time, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 has been widely featured in movies, film, and other pop culture pieces. The evening will also feature Barber’s Essay No. 2 and Brahms’ Violin Concerto. Guest violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky takes on this impressive work that showcases the supreme skill of the violin soloist.

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2.14 & 2.15.20  – Big Band Fever
Tivoli Theatre • Friday & Saturday • 7:30PM

Bob Bernhardt, conductor
Valerie Duke, vocalist

It’s the great American invention, swing! And the Tivoli is set up for dancing, so come along and dance, or just sit and enjoy the great legacy of such bands as Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and many more. Valerie Duke returns as our special guest vocalist.

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3.5.20 – Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2  
Tivoli Theatre • Thursday • 7:30PM
Guest Artist Sponsored by Peace Communications

Kayoko Dan, conductor
Gloria Chien, piano

JELENA DABIC – Beethaphase
BEETHOVEN  – Piano Concerto No. 2
WEBER – Overture to Der Freischütz
HINDEMITH – Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber

Considered one of Beethoven’s more “classical” compositions, his Piano Concerto No. 2 is known for its graceful charm and elegance, that Beethoven is known and admired for. This piece features pianist Gloria Chien who has been heralded by The Boston Globe as “one who excels at everything” as she brings one of Beethoven’s most iconic works for piano to life.

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3.21.20 – Lights! Camera! Pops!
Tivoli Theatre • Saturday • 7:30PM

Bob Bernhardt, conductor
Robert Uchida, violin

The CSO takes on the silver screen’s most iconic scores from blockbusters you know and love.

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4.2.20 – Dona Nobis Pacem
Tivoli Theatre • Thursday • 7:30PM

Kayoko Dan, conductor
Susannah Biller, soprano
Austin Kness, baritone
CSO Chorus, Darrin Hassevoort, director
Lee University Chorale, Bill Green, director
UTC Chamber Singers, Kevin Ford, director

ELGAR –  In The South (Alassio)
WALKER – Lilacs
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS – Dona Nobis Pacem

One of the finest British composers of the 20th century, Vaughan Williams is known for his choral works, with one of the most highly-regarded of those works being Dona Nobis Pacem. Written under the impending start of WWII, Dona Nobis Pacem is a powerful and poignant piece that will touch the hearts of everyone in the audience. The evening will also feature Pulitzer Prize-winning composer George Walker’s Lilacs – an inspirational work that combines the poetry of Walt Whitman with the beauty of a chorus and orchestra.

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4.18.20 – Michael Cavanaugh: The Music of Billy Joel & More!
Tivoli Theatre • Saturday • 7:30PM

Bob Bernhardt, conductor
Michael Cavanaugh, pianist & vocalist

Hand-picked by Billy Joel to star in the hit Broadway musical Movin’ Out, Michael Cavanaugh joins the CSO for an evening featuring hits like “My Life,” “Movin’ Out,” “Just the Way You Are,” “River of Dreams,” and more in this tribute concert to the one and only Billy Joel!

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4.30.20 – Pictures at an Exhibition
Tivoli Theatre • Thursday • 7:30PM
Sponsored by O’Shaughnessy & Carter, PLLC

Kayoko Dan, conductor

WANG JIE –  America the Beautiful
ADAM SCHOENBERG –  Picture Studies
MUSSORGSKY/RAVEL – Pictures at an Exhibition

Originally composed by Mussorgsky and masterfully orchestrated by Ravel, Pictures at an Exhibition takes audiences on an auditory and visual journey through this 10-movement work representing various pieces of artwork on display during the concert. Each piece of art and the movement that it inspired is unique. This creates a work that takes the listener on an unforgettable musical tour of an art museum.

Sponsored by O’Shaughnessy & Carter, PLLC

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Black Friday Subscription – 3 concerts for $99 

Save even more with the Black Friday Subscription package. Get tickets* to 3 upcoming Pops or Masterworks Series concerts – including Home for the Holidays – for just $99!

Available online only. Click here to order your Black Friday subscription.

Eligible concerts include:

12.21 & 12.22.19  – Home for the Holidays
Tivoli Theatre • Saturday • 7:30PM
Tivoli Theatre • Sunday • 3:00PM
Sponsored by First Tennessee Foundation

David Torns, conductor
Seth Carico, vocalist
CSO Chorus, Darrin Hassevoort, director
Metropolitan Bells, Gary Bynum, director

The tradition continues as the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera presents Home for the Holidays, the annual holiday music experience that’s perfect for the whole family! This year’s performances will feature Signal Mountain native and internationally acclaimed vocalist Seth Carico.

1.23.20 – Beethoven’s Fifth
Tivoli Theatre • Thursday • 7:30PM

Kayoko Dan, conductor
Alexander Sitkovetsky, violin

BARBER – Second Essay for Orchestra
BRAHMS – Violin Concerto
BEETHOVEN  – Symphony No. 5

One of the most recognizable and significant pieces of music of its time, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 has been widely featured in movies, film, and other pop culture pieces. The evening will also feature Barber’s Essay No. 2 and Brahms’ Violin Concerto. Guest violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky takes on this impressive work that showcases the supreme skill of the violin soloist.

2.14 & 2.15.20  – Big Band Fever
Tivoli Theatre • Friday & Saturday • 7:30PM

Bob Bernhardt, conductor
Valerie Duke, vocalist

It’s the great American invention, swing! And the Tivoli is set up for dancing, so come along and dance, or just sit and enjoy the great legacy of such bands as Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington and many more. Valerie Duke returns as our special guest vocalist.

3.5.20 – Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2  
Tivoli Theatre • Thursday • 7:30PM
Guest Artist Sponsored by Peace Communications

Kayoko Dan, conductor
Gloria Chien, piano

JELENA DABIC – Beethaphase
BEETHOVEN  – Piano Concerto No. 2
WEBER – Overture to Der Freischütz
HINDEMITH – Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber

Considered one of Beethoven’s more “classical” compositions, his Piano Concerto No. 2 is known for its graceful charm and elegance, that Beethoven is known and admired for. This piece features pianist Gloria Chien who has been heralded by The Boston Globe as “one who excels at everything” as she brings one of Beethoven’s most iconic works for piano to life.

3.21.20 – Lights! Camera! Pops!
Tivoli Theatre • Saturday • 7:30PM

Bob Bernhardt, conductor
Robert Uchida, violin

The CSO takes on the silver screen’s most iconic scores from blockbusters you know and love.

4.2.20 – Dona Nobis Pacem
Tivoli Theatre • Thursday • 7:30PM

Kayoko Dan, conductor
Susannah Biller, soprano
Austin Kness, baritone
CSO Chorus, Darrin Hassevoort, director
Lee University Chorale, Bill Green, director
UTC Chamber Singers, Kevin Ford, director

ELGAR –  In The South (Alassio)
WALKER – Lilacs
VAUGHAN WILLIAMS – Dona Nobis Pacem

One of the finest British composers of the 20th century, Vaughan Williams is known for his choral works, with one of the most highly-regarded of those works being Dona Nobis Pacem. Written under the impending start of WWII, Dona Nobis Pacem is a powerful and poignant piece that will touch the hearts of everyone in the audience. The evening will also feature Pulitzer Prize-winning composer George Walker’s Lilacs – an inspirational work that combines the poetry of Walt Whitman with the beauty of a chorus and orchestra.

4.18.20 – Michael Cavanaugh: The Music of Billy Joel & More!
Tivoli Theatre • Saturday • 7:30PM

Bob Bernhardt, conductor
Michael Cavanaugh, pianist & vocalist

Hand-picked by Billy Joel to star in the hit Broadway musical Movin’ Out, Michael Cavanaugh joins the CSO for an evening featuring hits like “My Life,” “Movin’ Out,” “Just the Way You Are,” “River of Dreams,” and more in this tribute concert to the one and only Billy Joel!

4.30.20 – Pictures at an Exhibition
Tivoli Theatre • Thursday • 7:30PM
Sponsored by O’Shaughnessy & Carter, PLLC

Kayoko Dan, conductor

WANG JIE –  America the Beautiful
ADAM SCHOENBERG –  Picture Studies
MUSSORGSKY/RAVEL – Pictures at an Exhibition

Originally composed by Mussorgsky and masterfully orchestrated by Ravel, Pictures at an Exhibition takes audiences on an auditory and visual journey through this 10-movement work representing various pieces of artwork on display during the concert. Each piece of art and the movement that it inspired is unique. This creates a work that takes the listener on an unforgettable musical tour of an art museum.

Sponsored by O’Shaughnessy & Carter, PLLC

*Available only for Price Level 2 & 3 seating. Valid on online purchases only. Not valid on previous purchases. No other discounts apply. Subject to additional fees. Purchases must be made online between Thursday, November 28 at 6:00 PM and Monday, December 2 at 11:59 PM to qualify for Black Friday offers.