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Music For all

2024-2025 SEASON

Celebrate the incredible talents of your own community!
From orchestra musicians and guest artists to world premieres by local composers, every concert has a strong connection to our region. Nothing beats the experience of a live orchestra.

Classical Music

How to purchase tickets

SINGLE TICKETS for all performances can be bought online through the Capitol Centre website by visiting www.capitolcentre.org and choosing any

of the North Bay Symphony performances.

 

SERIES SUBSCRIPTION TICKETS must be purchased through the Box Office (not online) by calling 705-474-4747 or visiting in person at 150 Main Street East. The Box Office is normally open Tuesdays to Fridays from 12pm to 4pm. If you call and leave a message, one of the Assistants will get back to you.

 

Please Note:

- All ticket prices include HST and are subject to Box Office handling and carrying charges.

- CHILDREN 10 & UNDER ARE ADMITTED FREE with a corresponding Adult or Student ticket purchase. 

 

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Chamber concert 1 & 2 (November 19th & May 26th)

ADULT - $45 (save $5+)

STUDENT - $27 (save $3) 

Buy four main series performances

ADULT - $148 (save $17)

STUDENT - $66 (save $8) 

Buy all six concerts - receive – an additional 5% discount

ADULT - $183 (BEST BUY–save $32)

STUDENT - $88 (BEST BUY–save $16)

 

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REFLECTION AND REMEMBRANCE

Saturday, October 19, 2024 at 7:30pm - Capitol Centre

ADULT $47 | STUDENT $18 | CHILD - FREE*

The NBSO opens the 2024-25 season with a concert of beautifully reflective music. Violist Jacob Clewell joins the orchestra for a performance of Elgar’s meditative Cello Concerto, arranged for viola. Also featuring Canadian composer Kevin Lau’s Remembrance–themed work, A Dream of Dawn, Copland’s Famous Fanfare for the Common Man, and Vaughan Williams’ stunning Norfolk Rhapsody no. 1.

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REFLECTION AND REMEMBRANCE
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FALL MELODIES

Sunday, November 17, 2024 at 2:00pm - St. Andrew’s United Church

ADULT $25/$30 | STUDENT $15/$20 | CHILD - FREE*

Featuring a brass quintet and string quartet made up of North Bay Symphony Orchestra members, this concert features highly tuneful selections from Schubert, Jean-Joseph Mouret, and Victor Ewald.

FALL MELODIES

IT’S CHRISTMASTIME!

Saturday, December 14, 2024 at 7:30pm - Capitol Centre

ADULT $47 | STUDENT $18 | CHILD - FREE*

Don’t miss our seasonal celebration! Soprano Nicole Glover is highlighted on this program of popular carols and Christmas classics. Featuring arrangements from Leroy Anderson, Calvin Custer, and Clare Grundman, along with Christmas favourites from Handel, Tchaikovsky, and Mozart.

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ITS CHRISTMASTIME!
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MEET THE ORCHESTRA: AN NBSO FAMILY CONCERT

Saturday, February 22, 2025 at 6:30pm - Capitol Centre

ADULT $45 | STUDENT $18 | CHILD - FREE*

The talent of the NBSO is on full display in this fun-filled, family-themed event. Music Director Josh Wood curates a journey through the different sections of the orchestra and music of all styles and genres. You’ll hear excerpts from the famous overtures to William Tell and The Marriage of Figaro, Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet, Florence Price’s Adoration, Mancini’s The Pink Panther, and much more. Families (and especially children) will have the opportunity to experience the instruments up close in
a post-concert instrumental “petting zoo.”

MEET THE ORCHESTRA

A PRELUDE TO SPRING

Saturday, April 26, 2025 at 7:30pm - Capitol Centre

ADULT $48 | STUDENT $18 | CHILD - FREE*

Acclaimed violinist and Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Thomas Cosbey joins the NBSO
in Bruch’s richly dramatic Violin Concerto no. 1. Three vastly different but equally spectacular prelude-themed works round out this concert: Dukas’ Fanfare pour précéder la Péri, Wagner’s Prelude to Die Meistersinger and Liszt’s Les Preludes.

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A PRELUDE TO SPRING
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DVORAK AND EWAZEN

Sunday, May 25, 2025 at 2:00pm - Location:TBD

ADULT $25/$30 | STUDENT $15/$20 | CHILD - FREE*

Our chamber ensembles again take center stage for a performance of Dvorak’s masterful String Quintet no. 2, and Eric Ewazen’s sweeping epic, Ballade, Pastorale, and Dance.

DVORAK AND EWAZEN

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