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PEI Symphony Orchestra 2022-23 Concert Season

| Sobey Family Theatre
We open with a performance of Brahms’s Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, and, after much anticipation, soloist Justin Amador will at last be featured in Franz Strauss’s Horn Concerto in C Minor. Additionally the orchestra will perform NYC-based composer Jessie Montgomery’s Hymn for Everyone.
October 16

The PEI Symphony Orchestra’s 2022-23 concert season is here!

Take advantage of early-bird subscription pricing, which is available until August 31st. If you were a subscriber in 2020/21, we’ve saved your seats! Renew your subscription by August 15, 2022 to secure the same seating placements as last season. Unrenewed subscription seats will be released to the general public beginning on August 16th.

Why Purchase a Season Subscription?

Your subscription will save you up to 60% on single ticket prices! While individual concert tickets are priced on a tiered basis depending on where you sit in the Confederation Centre’s Sobey Family Theatre ($40 – $60 per concert), with a season subscription you can select any seat for only $150 total ($130 early-bird, half price for kids) for the entire season! Clearly this is the best seats at the best price if you’re intending to catch 3 or 4 concerts, and subscribers are first in line when additional offers become available.

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Can I Purchase Individual Tickets?

Perhaps you can’t attend all the concert performances, but only one or two. Individual tickets will go on sale September 15th, and are subject to event capacity. They are priced by seat location in three tiers:
– Tier 1: $60*
– Tier 2: $50
– Tier 3: $40
(Students/kids pay half price)
*Processing fee not included. Please consult the Box Office’s seating chart for specific seat locations.

Concert Schedule and Programming

 

Concert #1: October 16th 2022: Redemption 

We open with a performance of Brahms’s Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, and, after much anticipation, soloist Justin Amador will at last be featured in Franz Strauss’s Horn Concerto in C Minor. Additionally the orchestra will perform NYC-based composer Jessie Montgomery’s Hymn for Everyone.

Concert #2: January 22nd 2023: Mahler’s Musings 

Our second concert centres on Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 5 (reduction by Yoon Jae Lee), paired with the lighthearted and colourful Baby-Serenade for Orchestra op. 24 by Erich Wolfgang Korngold.

Concert #3: March 5th 2023: Goodnight Moon 

PEI’s Karem J. Simon takes up the baton as the Guest Conductor at the March 5th concert, leading the orchestra through works by Bizet, Beethoven, Champagne, and more. The concert will also feature vocalists Hannah O’Donnell and Jillian Clow performing a variety of classic operatic repertoire.

Concert #4: April 16th 2023: Reflections 

The season concludes with April 16th’s performance of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 and star pianist Sarah Hagen performing Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3!

What Happens if a Concert is Cancelled? 

In today’s world, we understand there is always a chance a concert could be cancelled as changes are made by our Chief Public Health Office. In the event a concert is cancelled and can’t be rescheduled, we’ll simply refund that concert’s portion of your subscription, so there is no financial risk to you, the ticket holder.

This year we are also celebrating Mark Shapiro’s tenth and final season as Music Director and Conductor of the PEI Symphony! Of this concert season he writes, “Over the past decade, I’ve felt exceptionally blessed to experience the warm embrace of PEI… even though I hail from that other country due south. My partnership with the PEISO has been as magical as it was improbable. I’ll forever treasure the memories of our many excellent adventures, and hold in my heart the names of PEISO players and community members no longer with us. My lasting gratitude goes to PEISO’s dedicated, hardworking Board and staff present and past.

Since 2012, whenever I’ve boarded a plane that was the first leg of my trek to Charlottetown, I’ve felt my spirit open and release. I’ll miss that feeling, and all that goes with it: my friends in the orchestra, the wonderful audience and community, PEI itself. Part of my heart will always be here, and I hope – I know – that, one way or another, my journey will carry me back here someday.”

All PEISO subscription and ticket purchases are now handled by the Confederation Centre, so please be sure to send your completed subscription form to the Confederation Centre Box Office at 145 Richmond Street, Charlottetown, PE, C1A 1J1 with cheques made payable to the Confederation Centre. If you prefer, you may visit the Box Office in person during business hours, or call (902) 566-1267 and Confederation Centre staff can process your order over the phone.

 

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What are Relaxed Performances?

 

Sometimes referred to as sensory-friendly experiences, Relaxed Performances give the opportunity for those with various sensitivities towards sensory stimuli to experience and enjoy live theatre.

These performances will be designed in a way to be more comfortable for audience members who may experience anxiety or are not comfortable with some aspects of a traditional theatre setting. This can include people on the Autism Spectrum and their families; those with sensory and communicative disorders or learning disabilities; people with Tourette’s syndrome; someone who might need to move often due to chronic pain or to use the facilities; or even parents with toddlers.

 

 

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