Des Moines Symphony’s 2014-2015 single tickets on sale Mon Aug 18, 2014
NEWS FROM THE DMSO
Joseph Giunta, Music Director & Conductor
Richard L. Early, Executive Director
The Temple for Performing Arts ● 1011 Locust Street, Suite 200 ● Des Moines, IA 50309
Date: August 7, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Sophia S. Ahmad, Director of Marketing & Public Relations ● 515.280.4000, ext. 4011 ● firstname.lastname@example.org
DES MOINES SYMPHONY 2014-2015 SINGLE TICKETS ON SALE MON AUG 18, 2014
DES MOINES – Single tickets for the Des Moines Symphony’s 2014-2015 Masterworks Season and single tickets for New Year’s Eve Pops will go on sale Monday, August 18 through Ticketmaster and the Civic Center Ticket Office. Single tickets for Pops: An Evening With Audra McDonald will go on sale at a later date.
MASTERWORKS TICKETS: Single tickets are $15-$55 and are available through Ticketmaster and the Civic Center Ticket Office. Student tickets are $7.50-$27.50 and are available through the Civic Center Ticket Office (221 Walnut Street, Des Moines; open 9a-5p Monday through Friday and two hours prior to performances). Student rush tickets, subject to availability, are $5 for junior high and high school students and $10 for all other students the day of the concert through the Civic Center Ticket Office.
NEW YEAR’S EVE POPS TICKETS: A limited number of single tickets start at $25 each and are available through Ticketmaster and the Civic Center Ticket Office.
Des Moines Symphony’s 2014-2015 Masterworks Season:
Sep 27 & 28: Season Debut – The Firebird
Oct 25 & 26: Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons
Nov 15 & 16: Beethoven’s Fifth – Beyond the Score: Fate Knocks?
Feb 7 & 8: Jorge Mester Conducts La Mer
Mar 28 & 29: Giunta Conducts Mozart, Chopin & Les Preludes
Apr 18 & 19: Roman Returns – Dvorak Cello Concerto
May 23 & 24 (Memorial Day Weekend): Season Finale: Appalachian Spring – A Memorial Day Tribute
The Des Moines Symphony is a not-for-profit, professional orchestra formed in 1937 to enrich, educate and entertain the community by performing great orchestral music. The Symphony Association, governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees and operating on an annual budget of more than $2.8 million, supports the Symphony Academy and its numerous music education programs including three youth orchestras, and supports the Des Moines Symphony Orchestra which performs seven pairs of Masterworks concerts, the traditional pops performance on New Year’s Eve, education, outreach and family concerts, and other special events in its home at the Des Moines Civic Center. The Des Moines Symphony also produces and performs the annual Yankee Doodle Pops concert in July on the grounds of the Iowa State Capitol, which for the past several years attracted more than 100,000, the largest single day attendance of any concert event in the State. -DMSO-