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New Beginnings

2022-2023 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 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. 

- SUBSCRIBER SEATS from our 2019-2020 Season will be held until November 30, 2022.


Subscribe & Save

Yuletide Classics (December 10th) & Spring Returns (April 15)

ADULT - $72 (save $13)

STUDENT - $30 (save $6) 

LIVE-STREAM - $35 (save $5)

Chamber Series only (October 15, February 26 & May 27)

ADULT - $67 (save $8+)

STUDENT - $40 (save $5+) 


All five performances – receive an additional discount

ADULT - $140 (BEST BUY–save $25)

STUDENT - $70 (save $16) (BEST BUY–save $16)


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Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 7:30pm (St Andrew's United Church)

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

The NBSO kicks off the 22-23 season with the rich harmonies and passionate melodies of Italian music. Each of the orchestra’s wind, brass, and string sections are highlighted in this tuneful chamber concert, featuring works from Renaissance composers Palestrina and Gabrieli through to 20th century artists like Respighi and Puccini.



Saturday, December 10, 2022 at 7:30pm - Capitol Centre


The NBSO triumphantly returns to the Capitol Centre main stage with a Christmas celebration featuring the full orchestra, a chorus, and dancers.


Enjoy a collection of seasonal favourites including highlights from the Nutcracker suite, John Rutter’s Gloria, and Arthur Harris’ brilliant medley of popular carols. Also featured will be the perennial NBSO favourite Sleigh Ride, and a Christmas sing-along for the audience.



Sunday, February 26, 2023 at 2:00pm (St Andrew's United Church)

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

Individual orchestra sections once again take center stage in this program of uplifting dance music. Wind, brass, and percussion players present selections from Susato’s historic collection of Renaissance dances, the Dansereye, in an arrangement from our new artistic director, Josh Wood. The string section presents Gustav Holst’s famous St. Paul’s Suite alongside the charming Lady Radnor’s Suite from Charles Hubert Parry, featuring several classic English dance tunes.

Yuletide Classics
Dances From Long Ago


Saturday, April 15, 2023 at 7:30pm - Capitol Centre

ADULT $45/$30 | STUDENT $15 | CHILD - FREE*

The NBSO ushers in the spring season with its full instrumental forces. North Bay native and Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra principal oboist Erin Brophey performs Vaughan Williams’ Concerto for Oboe and Strings, and the orchestra presents Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8 in G Major (“Spring”), a work inspired by the composer’s love of the gardens, fields, and forests of Bohemia. Also featured will be the rollicking first movement of Canadian composer Kelsey Jones’ Miramichi Ballad.

Spring Returns


Saturday, May 27, 2023 at 7:30pm (St Andrew's United Church)

ADULT $45/$30 | STUDENT $15 | CHILD - FREE*

Our season finishes with a concert of two undisputed chamber masterpieces, Haydn’s String Quartet op. 76 no. 2 (“Fifths”), and Schubert’s Octet in F Major for combined

winds and strings. This dramatic presentation features music by historic masters at the height of their artistic powers.

Chamber Master Works


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