Subscribe to Masterworks 21/22
Subscriptions are now on sale! Subscribers who reserve seats to two or more Masterworks concerts receive better seat selection, better prices, and personal service in planning special concert evenings. Single tickets are on sale Monday, October 11, 2021.
Renewing Subscribers save 10% off single ticket prices. New Subscribers save 20%.
To view and print our subscription order form, click here.
Our subscription brochure is now available online and will be mailed in early September.
Coming Home to the Capitol
Since our last live Masterworks concert in February 2020, a sea change has shifted us all, in society, community, and art. Our season reflects that. We look at each Masterworks season as unique, and this season is a mix of the familiar, the masters, and the unfamiliar finds so worthy of illumination.
Our return home to Capitol Theater melds new works by the orchestra’s first-ever Composer in Residence Dr. Bill Banfield with his impressive contemporary, Patrice Rushen, to the belated birthday boy himself, Beethoven.
In his honor, we dedicate our first Masterworks and our finale to Beethoven’s war horses: the rarely performed Triple Concerto and the Emperor.
COVID-19 Safety Requirements
For our upcoming performances of Handel’s Messiah in December 2021 and Masterworks I in January 2022, we will be requiring audiences to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19, and to be fully masked while in the venue. This policy will remain in effect until further notice. We will continue to update our policies throughout the coming season when circumstances change.
Please check back here for updates.
Per Overture Center for the Arts on 8/19/21, all who enter the building must wear a face mask and show proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test. Please see Overture's Health and Safety requirements for full detail.