Welcome to the 2020/21 Season!
"Over the past five seasons, I have worked to expand the repertoire we have performed for you, and this season is no different. I am delighted to introduce another season of musical adventures filled with both familiar paths, and corners yet to be explored. Now more than ever it is important to look forward and find new experiences to enliven our spirits and stir our souls. We hope our 2020/21 season will bring excitement and joy to this time of uncertainty."
— Courtney Lewis, Music Director
Looking back, it is hard to believe we have not seen you in Jacoby Symphony Hall since March. COVID-19 has not only impacted all of us as individuals, but also the arts programs that we hold dear. We are thrilled to once again return to the Jacoby Symphony Hall stage on September 26 for Fanfare! Opening Night. We can’t wait to be back on the stage bringing you live symphonic music. With this great news comes a few changes we need you to know about before returning. Based on CDC guidelines and the results of the patron survey, the Symphony has developed a comprehensive list of safety protocols that will be in place during the 2020/21 season.
A most exciting highlight of the 2020/21 Masterworks season will be Gustav Mahler’s Song of the Earth, a semi-staged song cycle about love and life that is a glorious hybrid of Mahler’s symphonic and vocal styles, sung by two world-class vocalists. Symphony-goers will also have the chance to experience other greats from the German tradition, including Richard Wagner and Richard Strauss.
OCT 2/3 ∙ Mozart and Beethoven
OCT 23/24 ∙ Haydn and Stravinsky
NOV 13/14 ∙ Mozart's Jupiter
DEC 4/5 ∙ Tchaikovsky's String Serenade
JAN 8/9 ∙ Mozart's Prague and Prokofiev
JAN 22/23 ∙ Dvořák's New World
FEB 5/6 ∙ Beethoven's Eroica
FEB 19/20 ∙ Britten and Schumann
MAR 19/20 ∙ Beethoven's Seventh
APR 9/10 ∙ Schumann and Bartók
APR 30/MAY 1 ∙ Mahler's Song of the Earth
MAY 21/22 ∙ Beethoven and Wagner
JUN 11/12 ∙ The Great Schubert Symphony
OCT 9/10 ∙ Music of the Knights
OCT 30/NOV 1 ∙ Cirque de la Symphonie
DEC 17/18/19/20 ∙ Holiday Pops
JAN 15/16 ∙ Broadway Today
FEB 12/13 ∙ Tony DeSare: The Great American Crooner
MAR 12/13 ∙ Gershwin and More
MAR 25/26/27 ∙ John Williams: Heroes and Villains
APR 16/17 ∙ Classical Mystery Tour: The Beatles' Abbey Road
MAY 7/8 ∙ Bette, Babs & Beyond
MAY 28/29 ∙ Patriotic Pops