One of the many great aspects of owning Grants Pass property is the active arts scene. From First Friday Art Walk to galleries, theatres and a hometown symphony, living in Grants Pass is a privilege for any lover of the arts. The Rogue Valley Symphony has been bringing the best of classical music, as well as world-renowned musicians, to the city for the last 49 years. The season runs from October to May and includes five concerts in the Masterworks series. The fourth concert in the series will be performed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, February 24th, 25th, and 26th. This concert will feature trumpet soloist Dan Kocurek. Mr. Kocurek has performed throughout North America to great acclaim. He and his wife, pianist Christine Eggert, have been called a “musical powerhouse”.
Music Lovers Living in Grants Pass Get Season Passes to the Symphony
The Rogue Valley Symphony is dedicated to bringing the best of classical music to everyone living on Grants Pass property and the surrounding areas. Tickets start at just $15 each. Tickets for kids ages six to 10 are $10, so introducing children to fine music is affordable to any family. Season tickets for all five Masterworks concerts start at $99. There is also the mini subscription for three concerts, starting at $66.
Visit the Rogue Valley Symphony to learn more about the current and upcoming seasons or to purchase tickets. You can also call 541.708.6400.