Symphony Joslyn Series


The Omaha Symphony Chamber Orchestra presents its 2013–2014 season, Symphony Joslyn, in Joslyn’s Witherspoon Concert Hall, select Sundays, September through May, at 2 pm. Joslyn curators present pre-concert talks at 1 pm and 1:25 pm. Featured artworks are selected to connect with the concert themes. 

Bach: More or Less

A Bach bounty featuring the pinnacle of the Baroque, Johann Sebastian, and his musically successful sons Johann Christian and Carl Philipp Emanuel, with a dash of Peter Shickele’s humorous modern invention, P.D.Q.  

Gallery Talk
Pre-concert talks with Joslyn curators begin at 1 pm and 1:25 pm in Pavilion Gallery 14 (participants select one session).

Frank Stella (American, born 1936)
Nogaro, 1982
mixed media on aluminum
Gift of the Phillip Schrager Collection of Contemporary Art and from Terri, Harley and Beth Schrager, 2014.2


Witherspoon Concert Hall; 2 pm.

Ernest Richardson, conductor

J.C. Bach: Grand Overture for Double Orchestra
P.D.Q. Bach (fictitious composer invented by musical satirist Peter Shickele): The Art of the Ground Round
C.P.E. Bach: Symphony in B-flat Major
J.S. Bach: Cantata No. 51

Season tickets are currently on sale. New subscribers may purchase a season ticket package to Symphony Joslyn at $112 (for all six concerts), which is a 50% savings over purchasing them at regular price! To purchase season ticket package contact Ticket Omaha at (402) 345-0606 or visit Single tickets will go on sale near Labor Day. 

Regular single tickets for Symphony Joslyn are $36 each. Joslyn members may purchase single concert tickets for $28.80 each (a 20% savings). Joslyn Members must call Ticket Omaha to reserve advance single tickets or show your Joslyn membership card if purchasing tickets at the door the day of the concert. This offer is not available to the general public. Join Joslyn to qualify for this offer. 

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