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2023/2024 Concert Tickets


Tickets may be purchased for each concert online in advance, or at the door the evening of the performance (available seating may be limited at the door). 


Click on the link beside each concert listing below to purchase tickets.


  • Seniors/Students/Military $10

  • Adults $12

  • Child $5 (17 & under with adult ticket purchase



  • All performances 7:30 PM

  • Doors open 6:30 PM

  • Open Seating

  • Concert venues may vary for each concert.

COVID-19 PROTOCOL We will follow any current COVID protocol required for the facility in which we are performing. 

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SEASON TICKETS for each regular four-concert season are available for purchase up through the date of the opening concert of each season.  Season tickets purchased online or ordered are typically available at "Will Call" in the lobby the evening of the first season concert.

Season Ticket Prices:

  • Seniors/Students/Military $35

  • Adults $42

  • Child $10 (17 and under, with adult ticket purchase)

March 2, 2024 7:30 PM   |    THEY ASKED FOR IT
Don't you wish you could hear that one again?  Our musicians agree, and this concert will be filled with pieces that we love to play and love for you to enjoy! Some of these favorites include Bizet's Carmen, Haydn's Clock Symphony, Brahms Academic Festival Overture, Tchaikovsky's March Slave, along with other well-loved pieces. Also featured in this concert is the newest Young Artist Competition winner, Gunnar Henry.  He will be performing his winning piece "Zigeunerweisen" op. 20 no.1 by Sarasate.
Concert Venue:  Centennial High School Performing Arts Center, 12260 W McMillan Rd, Boise, ID
May 4, 2024 7:30 PM   |    HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE
Beautiful music from around the globe is featured in our final concert of the regular season, aptly titled “Here, There, Everywhere.” Selections include Resphigi’s famous tone poem, “The Pines of Rome,” which depicts four settings in the Eternal City, Strauss’s “Emperor Waltz,” composed as a symbolic toast of friendship from Austria-Hungary to the German Empire, and Gould’s lively Latin American Symphonette, based on the dance rhythms of rhumba, tango, guaracha and conga.
Concert Venue:  To be announced.
Available in April
June 8, 2024    |    Free Concert in the Park
Presented by the City of Meridian
This family-friendly free concert, part of the City of Meridian's annual Gene Kleiner Day, will feature some of the orchestra's "greatest hits". Bring a picnic, a blanket or a chair and enjoy!
Concert Venue:  Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park bandshell, 1900 N. Records Avenue, Meridian ID
FREE - No Tickets Needed
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