Onstage with HSO
Saturday, September 10, 2022 at 7:30 p.m.
Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts, Hope College
Tickets: Adults - $25, Students through college - $5
Onstage seating upcharge: $50
Make onstage reservations through the HSO office.
Season Ticket Series
This program will feature favorite French classics such as Ravel’s “Le Tombeau de Couperin,” Faure’s “Pavane,” and Milhaud’s “The Bull on the Roof.” Clarinetist Gary June will be the featured artist on Debussy’s First Rhapsody for clarinet and orchestra.
This first concert of the season, formerly known as “Classics Up Close,” will move to the Jack H. Miller Center for Musical Arts. A limited number of “Up Close” on-stage seats will be available on a first come, first served basis. Call the HSO office at 616-796-6780 to reserve stage seating. This program will feature favorite French classics such as Ravel’s “Le Tombeau de Couperin,” Faure’s “Pavane,” and Milhaud’s “The Bull on the Roof.” Clarinetist Gary June will be the featured artist on Debussy’s First Rhapsody for clarinet and orchestra.
Learn more about the music…
We will be hosting not only the Classical Chat series at Freedom Village, but also Pre-Concert Talks! Details below:
Classical Chats at Freedom Village: These informative and fun talks are led by Johannes Müller-Stosch and take place at 3:00pm on the Thursday before each Classics concert. (Freedom Village, 6th Floor Auditorium, 145 Columbia Ave.)
Pre-Concert Talks: These talks, led by Johannes Müller-Stosch and Amanda Dykhouse, will be online this year under the "Pre-Concert Talk" Tab. There are opportunities for you to ask questions about upcoming programs on that tab. We look forward to resuming live Pre-Concert Talks when the pandemic lessens.
Parking Map at the Miller Center
Holland Symphony Orchestra will reserve and monitor Lot 40 for handicapped parking. The faculty parking lots are available for parking after 5pm