Orchestral

Classical masterworks, including several hand-picked by our beloved Thomas Wilkins for his final season as our Music Director. These concerts put the orchestra front and center as they play the music that's perfectlys made for the concert hall.

2019/2020 Season

2020/2021 Season

Orchestral
January 15 - January 16, 2021

Dvořák Symphony No. 8

Omaha is thrilled to welcome back the world-renowned André Watts, performing Ravel’s masterpiece Piano Concerto for the Left Hand.
Orchestral
March 26 - March 27, 2021

Elgar’s Enigma Variations

Omaha favorite Joshua Roman returns to perform Walton’s lyrical yet brilliant Cello Concerto.
Orchestral
January 10, 2021

Wilkins & Perry Gilmore

Concertmaster Susanna Perry Gilmore takes center stage with two works for violin and orchestra: Robin Olson’s macabre but lovely Transylvanian Lullaby, and Vaughan Williams’ historical treatise Concerto Accademico.
Orchestral
February 7, 2021

Schubert Unfinished

Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll, intended as a private birthday gift for his wife, Cosima, became known as a work of uncommon beauty after finally getting published.
Orchestral
March 7, 2021

Beethoven Symphony No. 7

Bulgarian conductor Stilian Kirov returns to Omaha for a program full of old and new favorites and features for the entire orchestra.
Orchestral
May 16, 2021

Sibelius Symphony No. 3

We’re concluding our Symphony Joslyn series with three powerful works by 20th century composers.
Orchestral
February 12 - February 13, 2021

Bahl Conducts Mendelssohn & Sibelius

Ankush Kumar Bahl, our Music Director Designate, returns to Omaha for a program of unhindered joy and triumph.
Orchestral
April 23 - April 24, 2021

An Evening of Wagner & Strauss

A collaboration with Opera Omaha, this concert features soprano Karen Slack and baritone Craig Irvin.
Orchestral
June 11 - June 12, 2021

Wilkins, Branford, & Mahler

Maestro Wilkins closes out his tenure as Music Director with Mahler Symphony No. 1, a world premiere, and saxophone virtuoso Branford Marsalis.

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