Be there for Orff’s epic, breathtaking “O Fortuna,” as a 350-person choir of elite singers from Nebraska high schools joins professional soloists and the Omaha Symphony for the groundbreaking Carmina Burana.
***Advanced tickets are sold out. Walk-up seats will be available on a limited basis.***
Omaha Symphony Principal Trumpet Scott Quackenbush shines in Hummel’s Trumpet Concerto, a cornerstone of the repertoire that requires an agile mastery.
Founder and Artistic Director of the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra Jeri Lynne Johnson makes her Omaha Symphony guest conducting debut with a program that juxtaposes the best of antiquity and modernity.
In an evening of drama, intrigue, and stunning symphonic beauty, Maestro Ankush Kumar Bahl and the Omaha Symphony present the 19th and 20th-century takes on one of literature’s most enduring love stories—Romeo and Juliet.
The Omaha Symphony leans into looking back, with masterclasses in neo-classical writing by Respighi, Prokofiev, and Brahms, while Principal Timpani Jack Rago steps forward for his Omaha Symphony solo debut.
Hailed by the New York Times as “an interpretive dynamo,” newly named Music Director of the Virginia Symphony Eric Jacobsen makes his Omaha Symphony debut leading a program filled with fun and delight.
The Omaha Symphony is honored to partner with Temple Israel to present a moving concert of never-before-heard music composed in concentration and extermination camps between 1933 and 1953. Led by Maestro Francesco Lotoro, this is a once-in-a-lifetime event.