We are proud to present the line-up for our 2019/20 season. You can purchase a Series online beginning in May and individual tickets will be available for purchase on June 24, 2019.
We celebrate the Cape’s natural beauty – plus Beethoven’s own ode to nature! Beethoven’s “Pastoral” Symphony, filled with babbling brooks, bird calls, and storms, will be the highlight.
Mancini: his name means movie magic. Classics like Breakfast at Tiffany’s, The Pink Panther, and Charade came to life thanks to Henry Mancini’s stylish scores and songs.
We welcome you to a sumptuous celebration of the Baroque giant Johann Sebastian Bach. The many highlights include the “Brandenburg Concerto No. 5”; our passionate principal cellist, Jacques Lee Wood, performing the “Prelude from Cello Suite No. 1”; and “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring,” featuring the GRAMMY-nominated vocal sensation Skylark, an ensemble that creates a vocal tapestry with their intricate sound.
Bob Hope’s televised Christmas Shows for troops overseas were a tradition of America’s holiday season. We’re putting on our own version of the famous comedian’s variety show right here on Cape Cod, including crooner John Stevens singing the songs of Bing Crosby.
It’s a party and everyone’s invited! Our annual tradition is a fantastic start to 2020, with waltzes and marches combined with popular music in the spirit of a Viennese New Year celebration.
The splendor of Africa has inspired musicians, artists, and writers throughout time. In this “Passport” concert, we’ll take a musical journey through the different flavors and emotions with an authentic tribute to the extraordinary rhythms and melodies of Africa.
The Tony Awards celebrate excellence on Broadway, and we’re bringing it all to you with Tony-winning classics like “Seventy-Six Trombones” from The Music Man and “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ The Boat” from Guys and Dolls; winners from outstanding revivals like Cabaret, Hello Dolly, and Thoroughly Modern Millie; and modern hits like “Everything I Know,” from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights, “You Will Be Found” from Dear Evan Hansen, and “Tomorrow Is A Latter Day” from The Book of Mormon.
Great things come in pairs. Twin sisters Christina and Michelle Naughton astound worldwide audiences who witness dual pianos played with incredible synchronicity. These Juilliard graduates perform French composer Francis Poulenc’s “Concerto for Two Pianos,” a delightful dialogue between the keyboards and the orchestra.
For the very first time, the Cape Symphony presents Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 5, an extravagant opus filled with the hyper-emotionality of the last great Romantic composer. To find a brilliant soloist for a Mozart violin concerto, we’re going to open the door to the whole world, discovering truly creative artists via video auditions on YouTube and selecting a winner to perform with us.