Discovery Package

New to the symphony? This is the perfect introductory package for you, curated by us!

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Discover the VSO with pieces you will recognize from pop culture and inviting artists that will have you on the edge of your seat. Trust us when we say you’re in for a real symphonic treat.


One of the classical repertoire’s most popular works, inspired by the beloved tale of 1,001 Nights, Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade will take you on a sensual journey of love and adventure. Paired with an upbeat “ride” from American minimalist master John Adams and the “spectacularly virtuosic” (LA Times) Leila Josefowicz, this will be a delightful evening of music.

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Visions of Heaven: Mozart, Golijov & Mahler

A musical contemplation of spirituality and human existence. Through the lens of the incorrigible Don Giovanni, Mozart wrestled with the purpose of being, and unwittingly examined the end of his own life. Experience the incredible depth of Alisa Weilerstein as she performs Argentinian composer Golijov’s contemplative cello concerto that explores heaven through the blue (azul) sky. Maestro Tausk closes the program with Mahler’s take on a child’s vision of heaven.

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Tchaikovsky’s Winter Daydreams

One of the great pianists of our time, Sergei Babayan, makes his long-awaited debut with the VSO playing Mozart. Plus, Maestro Tausk leads Tchaikovsky’s vivid illustration of winter’s beauty, paired with modern master Kaija Saariaho’s ethereal Ciel d’Hiver.

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Tony DeSare: Sinatra & Beyond

Called “two parts Frank Sinatra and one part Billy Joel,” the triple-threat singer/pianist/songwriter Tony DeSare takes on the legend of Ol’ Blue Eyes himself. From jazz clubs to Carnegie Hall to headlining with major symphony orchestras, Tony DeSare delivers a fresh take on old school class. An outstanding, critically-acclaimed tribute to the great Frank Sinatra that includes songs like Come Fly with Me, I’ve Got the World On a String, It Was A Very Good Year, One for My Baby, The Summer Wind, I Get A Kick Out of You, Night and Day, New York, New York, and so many more Sinatra classics.

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Wayne Marshall Plays Rhapsody in Blue

British conductor, organist, and pianist Wayne Marshall is world-renowned for his virtuosic ability to seamlessly inhabit the worlds of classical, popular, and jazz music with consummate ease. Don’t miss Marshall’s ferocious talent as he does double duty on the podium and leading from the piano in Gershwin’s seminal Rhapsody in Blue and conductor/arranger Leopold Stokowski’s grand orchestral vision of Bach’s imposing Toccata and Fugue, popularized as the opening to Disney’s Fantasia.

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