The Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra is the perfect gift for the music lover in your life. Our 2013-2014 season still features a variety of concerts sure to please.
Our Valentine’s Day concert will feature a concert version of the opera Tosca by Puccini. Featuring guest singers and the Symphony Chorus, this is a perfect way to spend your Valentine ’s Day.
Two intertwined pianos will take center stage in March played by award winning pianists Marta Aznavoorian and Winston Choi at Dueling Pianos. The concert will feature a musical medley that is fun for concertgoers of all ages.
The Symphony Chorus will perform with Monroe Crossing in April on The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass, blending the classical mass with modern choral work, touching poetry and traditional bluegrass instrumentation.
Popular violinist Corey Cerovsek returns with his “Milanollo” Stradivarius of 1728 to play Barber’s Violin Concerto before the Symphony performs Mahler’s First Symphony in May.
Also, the Symphony will perform a special concert, Symphony Goes to the Movies, in June.
Tickets are $25 - $65 and students are always just $10. Tickets for the Bluegrass Mass are general admission $25 for adults and still $10 for students.