Welcome to Season 73

This season, FSO invites you to reconnect with your inner world at the symphony. Listening to music reduces anxiety and improves sleep quality, mood, mental alertness, and memory. Symphony concerts offer a comfortable meditative space and an opportunity to slow down and notice the way listening to music affects your well-being.

So let’s find the perfect concert for you. Whether you’re looking for solace in the timeless classics, joyous celebrations with family and friends, or just an excuse to unplug, FSO has something delightful for you.

Here’s to a fresh and exciting Season 73! Come Be Here Now with us.

ConcertsSeason 73 Program

Keep up with us on the blog!

Get to know the musicians, learn about education and outreach programs, learn background knowledge on upcoming concerts, and more!

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My Favorite Things Auction

The FSO’s “My Favorite Things” online auction is back!

Included are beautiful pre-wrapped gift baskets, elegant jewelry, original paintings by local artists, tickets to area attractions, exciting vacation opportunities, and so much more!

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Our season finale is April 14th!

NAU Shrine of the Ages, directed by Timothy Westerhaus, joins the FSO to perform Franz Joseph Haydn’s hopeful Missa in Angustiis (Mass in Troubled Times), also known as the “Lord Nelson” mass. The orchestra also will perform Beethoven’s “Eroica” Symphony.

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UNWIND with good food, vino, and music!

The Annex Cocktail Lounge offers symphony attendees a special that starts today: a $20 charcuterie board (serves 2) and a $24 sommelier-recommended red or white bottle of wine! To take advantage of this fantastic deal, show proof of ticket purchase to one of our concerts

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Our next concert could be the one you don’t want to miss.  Keep up to date on our concerts and events!