The final concert of the season is “An Evening of Bach,” with the Tallahassee Bach Parley! Season subscriptions are no longer available, but individual tickets may be purchased online at the “Buy Tickets” link below, or via phone at 850-597-0603.
Individual ticket prices:
$18 Senior (62+)
Tickets purchased at the door are $2.00 more.
Please Note: Ticket purchases cannot be refunded.
SPRING: April 30, 2017, 4pm An Evening of Bach BUY TICKETS
Headlining the closing concert of the season will be the St John Passion, by Johannes Sebastian Bach. This is the first time this great oratorio has been performed in Tallahassee by an ensemble of our size! The Chorus will be joined by eight guest soloists and will be accompanied by an orchestra that includes members of the Tallahassee Bach Parley. The Bach Parley is our guest ensemble for this concert and will also present a pre-concert lecture about Bach and this work. Watch your email and this site for more information about the pre-concert lecture. Join us for a special evening of great choral and orchestral music!
PREFERRED CONCERT SEATING
Assigned seating has replaced general admission seating. When you purchase tickets you will be able to choose your seats ahead of time and customize your concert experience. Click HERE for a map of Ruby Diamond Concert Hall. When you click on the “Buy Tickets” link you will be taken to the seating chart to pick your seats. If you order tickets via telephone, you will be asked at that time to indicate your seating area preference.
Seat Assignment Priority:
- First priority seating: Renewing Donors and 2015-16 Subscribers
- Second priority seating: New Donors
- Third priority seating: Single Concert Ticket Buyers
Balcony seating may not be available for advance reservation. If the balcony becomes available for a concert, donors will have the option to switch their seats up to 48 hours before the day of the concert. These seats will be at a first-come, first-served basis.
Parterre seating may not be available for all performances.
“This program sponsored in part by the City of Tallahassee and Leon County through the Council on Culture & Arts.”