All 24/25 Tickets On Sale Now

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All concerts from the 24/25 season are now on sale! Get the best seats for you and your family before they’re gone.

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New SLSO Assistant Conductor Announced

Introducing Sam Hollister

Congratulations to Samuel Hollister on being named the SLSO’s Assistant Conductor and The Fred M. Saigh Youth Orchestra Music Director of the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra. Get to know him throughout the 24/25 season!

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E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in Concert

Sep 21 & 22 • Stifel Theatre

Join us for an unforgettable adventure as we revisit one of Steven Spielberg’s most beloved films, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

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Symphonie Fantastique | Opening Weekend

Sep 27 & 29 • Stifel Theatre

Music Director Stéphane Denève opens the season with the dreams and passions of Hector Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique and Mason Bates’ new violin concerto played by Gil Shaham.

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Symphonie Electronique with DJ Masonic

Sep 28 • The Hawthorn

The night club meets classical music in this unique fusion experience featuring DJ and composer Mason Bates, St. Louis DJ Alexis Tucci, and SLSO musicians.

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Music for All

The Campaign for the SLSO

We invite you to join the campaign to support the expansion and renovation of Powell Hall. This once-in-a-generation initiative will create positive impact for generations to come, building connections through the power of music.

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Upcoming Events

Sep 7

John Legend: A Night of Songs and Stories With the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

8:00pm

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Sep 19

Forest Park Concert

7:00pm

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Sep 21 – 22

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in Concert

7:00pm2:00pm

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Sep 27 & 29

Symphonie Fantastique

7:30pm3:00pm

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Sep 28

Symphonie Electronique with DJ Masonic

8:00pm

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Oct 4 & 6

Ginastera and Dvorák

10:30am3:00pm

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Oct 5

Dan Brown’s Wild Symphony

4:00pm

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Oct 10

Spotlight on Strings

7:30pm

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Oct 18 – 19

Mendelssohn’s Reformation

7:30pm7:30pm

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Oct 25 & 27

Slatkin’s Legacy

10:30am3:00pm

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Nov 2 – 3

Coco in Concert

7:00pm2:00pm

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Nov 9 – 10

Mozart’s Requiem

7:30pm3:00pm

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Nov 12

Live at the Pulitzer 1

7:30pm

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Nov 15 – 16

Mozart’s Journey

7:30pm7:30pm

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Nov 16

St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra Season Opener

1:00pm

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Nov 22 & 24

Sibelius’ Fifth

10:30am3:00pm

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Dec 5

Spotlight on Brass

7:30pm

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Dec 6 – 7

A Baroque Christmas

10:30am7:30pm

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Dec 8

Celtic Woman Christmas Symphony

7:00pm

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Dec 13

IN UNISON Christmas

7:30pm

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Dec 14 – 15

The Muppet Christmas Carol in Concert

7:00pm2:00pm

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Dec 17 – 18

Mercy Holiday Celebration at Lindenwood

7:30pm7:30pm

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Dec 21 – 22

Mercy Holiday Celebration at Stifel

2:00pm2:00pm

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Dec 28 – 29

How to Train Your Dragon in Concert

7:00pm2:00pm

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Dec 31

New Year’s Eve Celebration

7:30pm

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Jan 10 – 11

Dvorák’s New World

10:30am7:30pm

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Jan 17 & 19

Stéphane Conducts Ravel

7:30pm3:00pm

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Jan 25 – 26

Beethoven and Mahler

7:30pm3:00pm

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Jan 28

Live at the Pulitzer 2

7:30pm

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Jan 30

Spotlight on Strings & Winds

7:30pm

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Jan 31

Beethoven X Beyoncé

7:30pm

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Feb 14 – 15

Tchaikovsky’s Romeo and Juliet

7:30pm7:30pm

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Feb 16

St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra Side-by-Side with the SLSO

3:00pm

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Feb 21 & 23

Brahms’ First Symphony

10:30am3:00pm

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Feb 22

Double Play featuring Adam Wainwright

7:30pm

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Feb 28

Lift Every Voice

7:30pm

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Mar 1 – 2

Beethoven’s Ninth

7:30pm3:00pm

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Mar 6

Spotlight on Strings

7:30pm

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Mar 8 – 9

Casino Royale in Concert

7:00pm2:00pm

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Mar 14 & 16

Lintu Conducts Schumann

7:30pm3:00pm

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Mar 21 – 22

Bernstein and Williams

10:30am7:30pm

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Mar 23

Mo Willems’ Because

3:00pm

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Mar 28 & 30

Debussy and Liszt

7:30pm3:00pm

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Mar 29

The Tortoise and the Hare

12:00pm3:30pm

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Apr 4 & 6

Batman in Concert

7:00pm2:00pm

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Apr 8

Live at the Pulitzer 3

7:30pm

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Apr 11 – 13

Brahms’ Violin Concerto

10:30am7:30pm3:00pm

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Apr 24

Spotlight on Winds & Piano

7:30pm

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Apr 26 – 27

Dvorák’s Cello Concerto

7:30pm3:00pm

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May 3 – 4

Peer Gynt

7:30pm3:00pm

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May 9 – 10

Disney Princess: The Concert

7:00pm2:00pm

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May 11

St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra Season Finale

3:00pm

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Welcome to the SLSO!

Enjoy a season of transformative music by your St. Louis Symphony Orchestra at our incredible venues while we’re away from our home at Powell Hall. Explore our SLSO schedule before you plan your visit.

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Music for All: The Campaign for the SLSO

As the home of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, the acoustically-renowned, visually-stunning Powell Hall has inspired generations with the power of music. We’re renovating and expanding the 99-year-old civic treasure, making music more accessible for all and deepening our impact for years to come. Join us!

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24/25 Season

Music Director Stéphane Denève has shaped our new season with you in mind. Discover what we have in store for you as we perform in venues throughout the region.

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Meet Our Musicians

SLSO members are more than extraordinary musicians—they have a myriad of interests and talents that inspire the music they create each day. Get to know our musicians in our YouTube videos series.

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In Our Community

From educational programs and community concerts to decades-long creative collaborations, the SLSO is a part of the fabric of the St. Louis community. Learn more about our commitment to education and making music accessible to all.

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The Musical Spirit of St. Louis

Celebrated as a leading American orchestra, the SLSO is the second-oldest orchestra in the country. Our world-class musicians have engaged people around the world with their musical versatility, acclaimed recording history, and commitment to the music of our time. Learn more about our history.

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Enhance Your Experience

Enjoying the sights and sounds of your SLSO lasts long after the performance is over. Read, watch, listen, and explore our stories, events, tours and more.

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Your gift to the SLSO ensures that music remains a thriving part of our St. Louis community today and for generations to come.

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