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If you are a Phil Experience subscriber, renew early to receive enhanced benefits. If you are a Series 8, or multi-concert subscriber, we encourage you to upgrade your subscription, or to become a first-time subscriber to receive the enhanced benefits.

The Philharmonic Experience

This full season package includes all eight orchestral/choral concerts and each of the Larsen Musician Spotlight Series concerts—that’s 14 performances at a discount. 

Phil Experience Subscriber Benefits 

– Guaranteed Seats 

– 25% Discount for returning subscribers 

– 50% Discount for first-time subscribers 

– VIP Ticket Concierge 

– Loyalty Card 

– Shopping and dining discounts 

–  Personalized invitation to the Full Season Launch Party in May 2019 

– Personalized Invitation to the Pre-Concert Interviews with Music Director Finalists 

– Personalized invitation to the exclusive Post-Concert receptions with Music Director Finalists 

– Participation in each of the Post-Concert surveys used to help evaluate the Music Director Finalists 

– Personalized invitation to the reception introducing the new Music Director 

Series 8

Includes all eight orchestral and choral concerts at a discount. 

Subscriber Benefits for the Series 8 

– Guaranteed Seats 

– 25% Discount for returning subscribers 

– 50% Discount for first-time subscribers 

– Loyalty Card 

– Shopping and dining discounts 

– Personalized invitation to the Full Season Launch Party in May 2019 

– Personalized Invitation to the Pre-Concert Interviews with Music Director Finalists 

– Participation in each of the Post- Concert surveys used to help evaluate the Music Director Finalists 

First-Time Subscribers

Receive 50% discount and the above benefits to their chosen subscription package. 

Larsen Spotlight Series

Join us for our Sunday afternoon chamber concerts at various locations. All six concerts for a 20% discount. 

Student Suites

The 50% discount is designed to give students the opportunity to experience world-class orchestral music. 

Student Series 8

Includes all orchestral/choral concerts. Seating is available in all tiers for a 50% discount. Seats are guaranteed for the season. Max two per person with a valid student ID. 

Student Larsen Musician Spotlight

Series includes all six Spotlight concerts at a 50% discount. Max two per person with a valid student ID. 

Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra
Opening Night - September 14, 2019

TRIPLE TREAT: Bernstein, Gershwin, and Mussorgsky

Lucas Theatre for the Arts – 7:30pm

Vladimir Kulenovic, Conductor

Ian Parker, Pianist

Our 11th Season opens with a thrilling array of masterpieces. Bernstein’s effervescent Overture from Candide sets the mood for Gershwin’s landmark piano concerto, one of the first pieces to truly bring the sound of jazz into the concert hall. The evening closes with Mussorgsky’s towering Pictures at an Exhibition.

BERNSTEIN Candide: Overture

GERSHWIN Piano Concerto in F


MUSSORGSKY/RAVEL Pictures at an Exhibition



Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra
October 6, 2019


Historic Forsyth Park
Community Performances, Food & Beverage Vendors – 3:00pm
Orchestra Takes Center Stage – 7:00pm

Roger Kalia, Conductor

From movie classics to memorable patriotic pieces—join us for the City’s largest single-day outdoor music event! Have a seat under the stars as you enjoy movie themes like Jurassic Park, selections from Chicago (the musical) and My Fair Lady, latin-flavored classics by Gerónimo Giménez and George Gershwin, Americana like Aaron Copland’s Lincoln Portrait, and a salute to the members of our armed forces!






Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra
November 16, 2019

MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto

Lucas Theatre for the Arts – 7:30 pm

Sameer Patel, Conductor

William Hagen, Violinist

We embark explore three flavors of celebration in this memorable concert, beginning with Anna Clyne’s ceremonial overture written for the BBC Proms. Mendelssohn’s violin concerto warmly celebrates great friendship (and virtuosity), and we conclude with Prokofiev’s unbridled homage to the human spirit.

ANNA CLYNE: Masquerade 

MENDELSSOHN: Violin Concerto


PROKOFIEV: Symphony No. 5



Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus
December 6-7, 2019


Johnny Mercer Theatre – 7:30 pm

Nadège Foofat, Conductor

This year, we’re reimagining what it means to celebrate the holidays. In the first half of our program, we collaborate with the Savannah Children’s Choir to tell O. Henry’s heartfelt The Gift of the Magi as adapted by Adolphus Hailstork. Then, in the second half, we let our hair down and get funky with a Motown holiday tribute and other fun favorites!

HAILSTORK The Gift of the Magi



Other holiday “pops” selections TBD




Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra
January 18, 2020


Lucas Theatre for the Arts – 7:30 pm

Janna Hymes, Conductor

Nathan Lee, Pianist

Who says music has to be stuffy? Mozart and Rossini are perhaps the music world’s best-loved comedians, but Ibert is no slouch either. His Divertissment, originally written for the theater, pokes fun at famous music of the time, including a send-up of Mendelssohn’s famous Wedding March. Even notoriously-grumpy Beethoven joins in the fun with his lighthearted Eighth Symphony.

IBERT: Divertissement

MOZART: Piano Concerto #12, A major


BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 8 in F

ROSSINI: Barber of Seville: Overture

Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra
February 8, 2020


Johnny Mercer Theater – 7:30pm

Enrico Lopez-Yañez, Conductor

Tonight’s program pushes the boundaries of what we consider “classical” music. Márquez’ Danzón No. 2 will have you dancing in the aisles, and Gilliland’s Dreaming of the Masters III sounds like it’s straight out of a jazz club. And for his Fourth Symphony, Tchaikovsky threw out the rules of how a symphony was “supposed” to be written, gifting us with one of his greatest masterpieces.

MÁRQUEZ: Danzon No. 2

GILLILAND: Dreaming of the Masters III


TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4



Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra
March 21, 2020


Lucas Theatre for the Arts – 7:30 pm

Vlad Vizireanu, Conductor

Ryne Cherry, Baritone

Music reached its pinnacle as an expressive, evocative medium with the German romantic composers, and this program features some of their best works. Beethoven and Mahler’s works capture passions at their most dramatic and most refined. In contrast, in Schubert’s “Great C-Major” you can almost hear his pen flying across paper, trying to keep up with his effortless inspiration.

BEETHOVEN: Leonore Overture No. 2

MAHLER: Rückert Lieder


SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 9 in C, “The Great”


Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus
April 18, 2020


Lucas Theatre for the Arts – 7:30pm
Savannah Philharmonic Chorus

Dr. Matt Caine, Conductor

Transfiguration: a complete change of form or appearance into a more beautiful or spiritual state. Join the Savannah Philharmonic Chorus as they musically explore various changes in life with the hope that our time spent together will result in not a mere change but rather in your own transfiguration.




GWYNETH WALKER: And Death Shall Have No Dominion

RALPH VAUGHAN WILLIAMS: Toward the Unknown Region


Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus
May 2, 2020


Johnny Mercer Theater – 7:30 pm

Lidiya Yankovskaya, Conductor

The grand finale of our season seems an appropriate time to contemplate the future. Missy Mazzoli’s opening work contemplates the profound beauty that can be found all around us, while Schubert’s “Unfinished” Symphony and Mozart’s Requiem, at times brooding and at others triumphant, guide us on our way into the Savannah Philharmonic’s second decade.

Colleen Daly, Soprano

Zoie Reams, Mezzo-Soprano

Omar Najmi, Tenor

David Cushing, Bass

MISSY MAZZOLI: River Rouge Transfiguration

SCHUBERT: Symphony No. 8, “Unfinished”


MOZART: Requiem Mass

Larsen Musician Spotlight Series

Full programming details to be announced Mid-April.

Savannah Philharmonic is proud to announce the second season of the Larsen Musician Spotlight Series. The popular series, which is part of the Philharmonic Experience subscription package, consists of six Sunday afternoon concerts arranged throughout the eleventh season and will launch on Sunday, Sept. 29. The series, in its evolution, is going to feature COLLABORATIVE initiatives between our own Philharmonic musicians and premier institutions and artists from Savannah and beyond. Every concert will present a different perspective on all the aspects of Savannah Philharmonic’s involvement in the community and its mission to provide residents as well as visitors with the opportunity to attend chamber concerts of the highest artistic order. Major components of upcoming season will include educational and community outreach efforts with students from Savannah Arts Academy, bringing in premier and established ensembles as Blue Heron and ARCO Chamber Orchestra (University of Georgia), and commissioning a piece from Georgia Southern University composer and faculty member Dr. Martin Gendelman.

The excitement and interest for all these presentations is already so high among our musicians as well as featured artists. We are very much looking forward to this opportunity to present these amazing performances to our audiences and to invite them to enjoy the presence of their own orchestra in their beloved city of Savannah.

Join us for our Sunday afternoon chamber concerts at various locations. The Spotlight Series is available as part of the Phil Experience and the Student Suites subscription packages.

How to Book:


To purchase the Philharmonic Experience, Series 8 or Student Suites call the Savannah Box Office at 912-525-5050, Option 1, or visit the Savannah Box Office located at 216 East Broughton Street during business hours (M-F 10:00 am – 5:00 pm)

A valid student ID must be presented to purchase Student Suites.


You can pay by check, money order or with a major credit card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express). Make checks payable to: Savannah Box Office

We invite you to the April 6, 2019 Rhapsody in Blue concert conducted by Keitaro Harada at 7:30pm at the Johnny Mercer Theater, purchase tickets here, as well as, our season finale on May 4, 2019 Mahler concert conducted by Joseph Young at 7:30pm at the Johnny Mercer Theater, purchase tickets here

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