$25 SEAT SALE

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SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY SEASON 2014-15
$25 SEAT SALE!

    • This offer is available online onlyPlease do not call the Ticket Office.
 
  • Click any date link below and use the promo code "THANKSGIVING". 
    (You only have to enter this once during your transaction.) 
    Now you can select your seats using the "Select My Seats" option! 
  • Only seats that are available for $25 will be available for selection. (If you wish to buy other non-sale seats, click "reset" near the promo code, but code will need to be re-entered for sale seats to be seen again.)
  • Please note from this page which concert dates you wish to buy.
  • After reserving each concert to the Cart, you will click "CONTINUE SHOPPING" to return to the Calendar and select your next concert. 
  • (Alternatively, you could just bookmark this sale page and return to it after adding each new concert. Keep in  mind: You will have 25 minutes to complete any single order of concerts.)
  • There are no exchanges and no refunds on tickets purchased through this promotion! Offer not valid for previously purchased tickets.

SALE PERIOD EXTENDED TO DEC. 1!
(ENDS 12:01AM DEC. 2)


USE PROMO CODE "THANKSGIVING" NOW TO BUY $25 TICKETS FOR 
SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY CONCERTS!

Now is your chance to enjoy selected concerts and presentations from the San Diego Symphony's amazing and diverse 2014-15 season at our newly refurbished Jacobs Music Center for just $25 each!

All $25 seats are in more expensive seating sectionsbut some sections and concerts may sell out of sale seats quickly! Such concerts may go off sale during the promotion period.

Concert start times vary. Please confirm all dates and times in your shopping cart before completing your sale!

 


THE FOLLOWING CONCERT DATES ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE 
SEASON 2014-15 WINTER $25 SEAT SALE 
(PROMO CODE = "THANKSGIVING") 
WHILE SEAT ALLOCATIONS LAST: 

 
Saturday, December 6, 8pm
Jahja Ling, conductor
Philippe Quint, violin
Heidi Grant Murphy, soprano; Nancy Maultsby, mezzo-soprano
Benjamin Butterfield, tenor; Charles Robert Austin, bass
San Diego Master Chorale
RIMSKY-KORSAKOV: Overture to May Night
KHACHATURIAN: Violin Concerto
HAYDN: Mass in C Major: Paukenmesse

 
Friday, December 12, 8pm
Jahja Ling, conductor
Gil Shaham, violin
J.S. BACH: Three Chorale Preludes
BRUCE: Violin Concerto "Fragile Light" (World Premiere)
RACHMANINOFF: Symphony No. 2

HOLIDAY POPS with EILEEN IVERS: A CELTIC CELEBRATION
Sunday, December 21, 7:30pm
With the Luck-o’-the-Irish” this holiday season, we set sail for the Emerald Isle. Grammy Award-winning and nine-time, all-Ireland fiddle champion Eileen Iversjoins the San Diego Symphony for an evening of festive Irish holiday songs including "The Holly Tree," "Don Oiche Ud im Beithil (One Night in Bethlehem)," "Hark, The Herald Angels Sing"—in traditional jig time, and "The Wexford Carol" dating back to the 12th century along with so many traditional favorites.

SALUTE TO VIENNA*: NEW YEAR’S CONCERT 2015
Thursday, January 1, 2:30pm (very limited, sale seats may sell out over holiday weekend)

Party like it's 1899 in Vienna, the city of dreams! Celebrate the start of the New Year with an all-star cast of European singers, dancers and full orchestra. Returning to San Diego for a glorious 15th season, this magnificent concert features uplifting melodies from famous operettas including Die Fledermausand The Merry Widow, as well as polkas and Strauss waltzes. Don't miss the Blue Danube waltz! Discover the beauty of "Salute to Vienna" for the first time or all over again! For more information, visit salutetovienna.com. *San Diego Symphony does not appear.


A CHARLIE CHAPLIN CELEBRATION: 100 Years of The Little Tramp*
Saturday, January 3, 8pm

Russ Peck, organ
Charlie Chaplin’s immortal “Little Tramp” is now 100 years old, an indelible character in film history who influences movie comedies to this day. In the first weekend of the New Year, the Fox Theatre Film Series pays tribute to Chaplin’s genius creation with a selection of short films (including The Tramp’s very first appearance in 1914’s Kid Auto Races in Venice) and the touching and hilarious feature 1921’s The Kid starring Chaplin and little Jackie Coogan (famous much later as “Uncle Fester”). *San Diego Symphony does not perform.


 
Saturday, January 10, 8pm
Sir Neville Marriner, conductor
Alina Pogostkina, violin
GLINKA: Overture to Russlan and Ludmilla
KORNGOLD: Violin Concerto
ELGAR: Enigma Variations

TANGO BUENOS AIRES*
Friday, January 16, 8pm

One of the most authentic and uncompromising representatives of Argentina’s famous national art form, Tango Buenos Aires brings melody, rhythm and fire to the Jacobs Music Center stage. Through dance and music, the company will present impressions from the life of Argentina’s most famous daughter, Eva Perón. *San Diego Symphony does not appear.

 
Friday, February 6, 8pm
Jahja Ling, conductor
Nicole Cabell, soprano
Sheryl Renk, clarinet
W.A. MOZART: Overture to Idomeneo 
W.A. MOZART: Clarinet Concerto in A Major
R. STRAUSS: Death and Transfiguration
R. STRAUSS: Four Last Songs

RUSSIAN NATIONAL BALLET PRESENTS DON QUIXOTE*
Wednesday, February 11, 7:30pm (very limited, sale seats may sell out over holiday weekend)

Consistently the most popular International Passport presentations, our annual Valentine’s week festival of Russian ballet returns! Cervantes’ impossible dreamer and knight-errant Don Quixote gets the ballet treatment! (Music is by Austrian composer Ludwig Minkus.) *San Diego Symphony does not appear.

NATHAN PACHECO: BE MY VALENTINE* - A CITY LIGHTS SPECIAL
Saturday, February 14, 8pm

An audience favorite at the past two Summer Pops seasons, Nathan Pacheco makes his indoor debut at the Jacobs Music Center! First brought to national attention by Yanni, Pacheco straddles the two divergent worlds of pop and opera. This rising star with a golden voice, two PBS specials and a forthcoming new CD will give the perfect touch of romance to your Valentine's Day celebrations, performing everything from Puccini to Time to Say Goodbye. Nathan Pacheco and his band will captivate and carry you and your sweetheart away. *San Diego Symphony does not appear.

 
Saturday, February 28, 8pm
Jahja Ling, conductor
Richard Goode, piano
ZWILICH: Upbeat
W.A. MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 25
SCHUBERT: Symphony in C Major, D.944: The Great C Major

DIRECT FROM MEXICO CITY:
ORQUESTA SINFÓNICA DEL ESTADO DE MÉXICO

(CLASSICAL SPECIAL)*

Friday, March 13, 8pm
Orquesta Sinfónica Del Estado De México 
Enrique Bátiz, music director and chief conductor
Dalia Kuznecovaite, violin
GRANADOS: Three Spanish Dances
PONCE: Violin Concerto
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98
The "Symphony Orchestra of the State of Mexico" makes its debut at the Jacobs Music Center! *Note: San Diego Symphony does not perform.

TRINITY ACADEMY OF IRISH DANCE*
Sunday, March 15, 2pm

In terms of influence and innovation, the Trinity Academy of Irish Dance has been at the progressive edge of the traditional Irish dance form for over 30 years, paving the way for such famous acts as “Riverdance” and “Celtic Woman.” Now, on St. Patrick’s Day weekend at the Jacobs Music Center, the company itself introduces their newest production, “The Dawn,” choreographed by their founder, artistic director and longtime choreographer Mark Howard. *San Diego Symphony does not appear.

 
Friday, March 27, 8pm
Pinchas Zukerman, violin and conductor
Jeff Thayer, violin
R. STRAUSS: Serenade for Wind Instruments
J.S. BACH: Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor
SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 10

THE THREE MUSKETEERS starring DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS (1921)*
Saturday, April 4, 8pm

Russ Peck, organ
Douglas Fairbanks was the great American action star of the Silent Era, and his features (The Black Pirate, Robin Hood, The Mark of Zorro, The Thief of Bagdad) have been among the most popular Fox Film Series screenings of the past several years. Now he appears as the young, impulsive d’Artagnan in Alexander Dumas’ classic tale of swashbuckling exploits during the reign of King Louis XIII of France. Fairbank’s one-handed handspring to grab a sword during a fight scene is still considered one of the greatest film stunts ever! *San Diego Symphony does not perform.

TRIBUTE TO DEAN MARTIN featuring DEANA MARTIN
Friday , April 10, 8pm

Dean Martin: American icon. Member of the Rat Pack. Entertainer Extraordinaire. There's no one better to showcase his life, music and contribution to the entertainment industry than his very own daughter, Deana—a successful show business veteran herself. Deana Martin made her television debut performing on The Dean Martin Show. A sure highlight: Deana singing her father’s "Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime."

LILA DOWNS*
Friday, April 17, 8pm

A world music superstar known for her unique synthesis of indigenous Mesoamerican music with cumbia soul and jazz, Mexican-born, California and Minnesota-raised singer Lila Downs has a Grammy® award and a red-hot international profile augmented by her soundtrack appearances for the films Frida and Real Women Have Curves as well as a show-stopping turn at the Academy Awards (performing “Burn it Blue” from Frida.) *San Diego Symphony does not appear. 


 
Saturday, May 2, 8pm
Ken-David Masur, conductor
Conrad Tao, piano
Celena Shafer, soprano
Tyler Duncan, baritone
San Diego Master Chorale
SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Concerto No. 1
ORFF: Carmina burana

LE OMBRÉ: LIGHT, SHADOW, WONDER
Saturday, May 9, 8pm

Le Ombré offers stunning special effects and mind-blowing live elements. It’s a cast of world-class performers who wow the audience from the moment they step onto the stage with the San Diego Symphony. This show features traditional shadow art with silhouettes projected onto a large screen and performances both center stage—and in the audience! Le Ombré’s incomparable style combines breathtaking acrobatics, contemporary dance, live vocals and amusing theatrics. A visual wonder, Le Ombré is entertaining, stylish and thoroughly unique.

 
Friday, May 15, 8pm
Jahja Ling, conductor
Ray Chen, violin
CHABRIER: Espana
LALO: Symphonie espagnole
RAVEL: Alborada del gracioso
FALLA: The Three-Cornered Hat: Excerpts from Suites 1 and 2

 

  • This offer is available online onlyPlease do not call the Ticket Office.
  • Click any date link below and use the promo code "THANKSGIVING". 
    (You only have to enter this once during your transaction.) 
    Now you can select your seats using the "Select My Seats" option! 
  • Only seats that are available for $25 will be available for selection. (If you wish to buy other non-sale seats, click "reset" near the promo code, but code will need to be re-entered for sale seats to be seen again.)
  • Please note from this page which concert dates you wish to buy.
  • After reserving each concert to the Cart, you will click "CONTINUE SHOPPING" to return to the Calendar and select your next concert. 
  • (Alternatively, you could just bookmark this sale page and return to it after adding each new concert. Keep in  mind: You will have 25 minutes to complete any single order of concerts.)
  • There are no exchanges and no refunds on tickets purchased through this promotion! Offer not valid for previously purchased tickets.

SALE PERIOD EXTENDED TO DEC. 1!
(ENDS 12:01AM DEC. 2)

 

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