The 70th Anniversary Season - Valley Symphony Orchestra

The 70th Anniversary Season

We are looking forward to welcoming audiences back to the concert hall this fall!

July 15-August 25, 2021
Subscription renewal period. All returning subscriber seats will be held until August 25, 2021.

August 10, 2021
Subscriptions on sale to public. New subscribers can get the best seats at the best price!

September 2021
Single tickets on sale for the entire season

Please call us Monday-Friday, 12-5pm with questions.

Exclusive Pre-Season Event

Super Strings

Concertmaster Geoffrey Wong and the VSO strings perform Mendelssohn’s String Octet in E-flat major at the McAllen Performing Arts Center. Just 200 seats will be sold for this intimate one-of-a-kind performance. This concert is not part of the regular subscription series, but subscribers will have first access to purchase tickets. More information to come.

From the New World

November 12, 2021
A heart-pounding celebration of a new era beginning.

  • Hungarian Dance No. 6 – Brahms/Schmeling
  • Symphony No. 9 – Dvořák

A Touch of Frost

December 10, 2021
The VSO is joined by the Chorale for the beloved holiday musical tradition.

  • The annual VSO holiday tradition featuring seasonal music from The Nutcracker, Handel’s Messiah, and more. The VSO Chorale performs.

Dances of the Americas

February 25, 2022
The dance hall meets the concert hall with a full program of dance music from Latin and Northern America.

  • Carousel Waltz – Rodgers/Walker
  • Popurri Perez Prade – Prado/Toussaint
  • Prelude, Fugue and Riffs – Bernstein
  • Libertango – Piazzolla/Kazik
  • and more

The 70th Anniversary Celebration

March 25, 2022
Cellist Daniel Saenz performs Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto No. 1 to mark our 70th year of music-making.

  • Capriccio Italien – Tchaikovsky
  • Cello Concerto No. 1 – Saint-Saëns
  • Boléro – Ravel

Star Wars

April 29, 2022
The Valley favroite returns from a galaxy far, far away! Pianist Tanya Gabrielian joins the VSO for the season finale event.

  • Hungarian march from “The Damnation of Faust” – Berlioz
  • Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini – Rachmaninoff
  • Star Wars – Williams