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Elkhart County Symphony 2024-2025 Season Tickets

Sunday, September 8, 2024 @ 4:00 pm - Sunday, May 18, 2025 @ 4:00 pm

$40 – $125
Event banner for the 2024-2025 Elkhart County Symphony Season

For season ticket renewal, get the same number of additional season tickets for NEW season patrons, at a 25% discount! Limited time offer (ends July 20)

All tickets must be purchased together and in this timeframe to receive discount.

Season ticket buyers must contact the box office at
(574) 293-4469 to select seating for performances
and receive discount.

The Elkhart County Symphony’s 77th season promises performances and collaborations to surprise and delight the most discerning of listening audiences. The 2024-25 season begins Sept. 8, with Concert No. 1: Rhythms in Bloom. Featuring guest soloist Sean Imboden on saxophone, Rhythms in Bloom presents a repertoire including Gershwin’s 3 Preludes for Orchestra, A Touch of Jazz (Brubaker), and selected works featuring Mr. Imboden. Season 77 continues with performances emboldened by unique collaborations—including a collaboration with soloist Minju Choi Witte (piano) and a side-by-side with the Goshen High School Symphony Orchestra. The 2024-25 season features a season-ending collaboration with local Eclectic Rock/Spoken Word guest performer rebel noir and the accomplices.

Rhythms in Bloom

Rhythms in Bloom, Sept. 8 at Wellfield Botanic Garden, presents guest soloist Sean Imboden on saxophone. Imboden, who has performed and recorded with Grammy-winning artists and jazz luminaries such as Slide Hampton, Sean Jones, Emmet Cohen, John Raymond, and Valery Ponomarev, joins the symphony for a repertoire of performances including Jobim & Moraes/Lewis, Água de Beber; Anderson, Jazz Legato; Gershwin, 3 Preludes for Orchestra; Brubaker, A Touch of Jazz;  Mancini/Custer, Pink Panther; and additional works featuring Sean Imboden.

Slavic Masterworks

Korean-American Pianist Minju Choi Witte is the guest soloist as the Elkhart County Symphony presents Slavic Masterworks, Nov. 17, at The Lerner Theatre in Elkhart. The dynamic and delightful repertoire includes Rachmaninoff, Piano Concerto No. 2 in c minor, Op. 18; Guest Soloist, Minju Choi Witte; and Dvorak, Symphony No. 8 in G Major, Op. 88. Choi Witte has performed throughout North America, Europe, and Asia as a recitalist, orchestral soloist, and chamber musician. She has appeared as a soloist with the Indianapolis and Shreveport Symphonies, the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic, the Music Academy of the West, and Juilliard Orchestras.

Mahler 2, Resurrection

Mahler 2, Resurrection—Feb. 2 at Sauder Concert Hall at the Goshen College Music Center— features a moving collaboration with local choral ensemble Camerata Singers and the Goshen College Choirs. This annual concert at Sauder Concert Hall, a cherished community tradition, presents a repertoire including Mahler, Symphony No. 2 ‘Resurrection’ in C minor. The Camerata Singers, originally founded in 1975 in Elkhart, performed at the 2008 ACDA regional convention in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and—in 2014—performed Thomas Tallis’s 40-voice Spem in Alium to celebrate the group’s 40th anniversary.

Passion and Poetry

Passion and Poetry, March 30 at The Lerner Theatre, presents a captivating side-by-side concert with the Goshen High School Symphony Orchestra. The performance brings together established and budding musicians from all throughout Elkhart County, and guides the audience through a repertoire including Suppe, Poet & Peasant Overture; Hanson, Symphony No. 2, Op. 30 ‘Romantic’; and collaborative work(s) with the Goshen High School Symphony.

Rebel SymphoNoire

Rebel SymphoNoire, May 18 at The Lerner Theatre, features guest performer rebel noire and the accomplices—a local Eclectic Rock/Spoken Word ensemble that creates original songs exploring themes of power, resistance, and the complex textures of human love. The repertoire for this exciting season finale includes Ethel Smyth, Boatswain’s Mate Overture; Choi, Arirang Fantasy; Theofanidis, Rainbow Body; and works by rebel noir and the accomplices.

Overview

Start:
Sunday, September 8 @ 4:00 pm
End:
Sunday, May 18, 2025 @ 4:00 pm
Cost (plus fees)
$40 – $125
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Venue

The Lerner Theatre
410 South Main Street
Elkhart, IN 46516 United States
Phone:
(574) 293-4469

Tickets (plus fees)

Reserved Seating
$100 Adult, $85 Senior, $40 Student, $125 Mezzanine - Subject to additional fees

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No storage or “check in area” will be provided for prohibited items. Lerner management reserves the right to deny any item it deems to be a safety hazard.