FALL SALE!

The sale ended at 11:59 pm on November 4.

The Fall sale has ended, but you can still get a great deal on tickets when you Compose Your Own Series of three or more concerts!


This great deal includes almost all* of this season’s concerts at the NJSO’s six regular venues—including Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, Home Alone in Concert: Film with NJSO Live, Symphonie fantastique, Valentine’s Day with Megan Hilty, an All-Mozart program, the music of James Bond films and many more wonderful programs! View all of the available concerts below.

P and P1 section: $52 (reg. $75–$90)
A, B and P2 sections: $37 (reg. $47–$78)
C section: $20 (reg. $36–$42)
D and P3 sections: always $20

Don’t delay—some concerts are sure to sell out! Seating at this discounted price is limited for some performances. If there are no discounted seats available, the regular ticket price will show when you select your seats.

How to purchase

  1. For detailed information about each concert and to hear music clips of the program, browse the concerts listed below.
  2. Click the “buy” button next to your concert date and then select your seats. Don’t wait—once the discounted seats have been sold, any additional seats in that section will be sold at full price.
  3. After the word verification screen, review your order, select a delivery method and click the “add to cart” button. Finish the transaction by clicking the “checkout” button, where you’ll be prompted to create or log into your account and enter payment information.
  4. Forward this offer to your friends!

This offer is only available online and is only available starting 12 am on November 1 and ending 11:59 pm November 4, 2015. Each order is subject to a $7 handling fee. This offer may not be combined with any other offers or discounts and is not retroactive. Seating is subject to availability and may be limited for some performances. 

*Excluded concerts include: NJSO family concerts, Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony concerts, Beethoven’s Ninth concerts on November 7 and 8, Handel’s Messiah concerts, Jessye Norman concert and Lacombe Conducts Rachmaninoff & Ravel concert on June 12. Additional restrictions may apply.

Select your concerts!

Feb 12 - Feb 14

VALENTINE’S DAY WITH MEGAN HILTY & THE NJSO

2015–16 POPS Series

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Megan Hilty, known for starring roles in “Smash,” Wicked and 9 to 5: The Musical. Called a “burgeoning blonde bombshell” by The Daily Beast, Hilty’s sensational voice and star power are perfect for a trip through the American Songbook.

MEGAN HILTY vocalist (pictured)
TODD ELLISON conductor
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Feb 25 - Feb 28

VISTAS & LANDSCAPES: COPLAND & DVOŘÁK

2015–16 Season

MIGUEL HARTH-BEDOYA conductor (pictured)
STEPHEN FANG cello
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Mar 11 - Mar 13

ALL-MOZART

2015–16 Season

PERRY SO conductor (pictured)
ERIC LU piano
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Mar 17 - Mar 20

ROMANTIC MASTERWORKS FROM SCHUMANN & BRAHMS

2015–16 Season

CHRISTIAN ARMING conductor
STEPHEN HOUGH piano (pictured)
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Apr 7 - Apr 10

ZHANG CONDUCTS TCHAIKOVSKY 4

2015–16 Season

XIAN ZHANG conductor (pictured)
JENNIFER FRAUTSCHI violin
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Apr 15 - Apr 17

MUSIC OF THE “MAD MEN” ERA

2015–16 POPS Series

Cheyenne Jackson, star of Broadway and TV hits “Glee” and “30 Rock,” takes you back to a time when bossa nova was new, the lounges of Las Vegas were hip and boss dance music was spinning on every hi-fi. Dress in your best “Mad Men” attire and enjoy the slick sounds of the 50s and 60s.

CHEYENNE JACKSON vocalist (pictured)
THOMAS WILKINS conductor
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

May 12 - May 15

HADELICH PLAYS TCHAIKOVSKY

2015–16 Season

JÉRÉMIE RHORER conductor
AUGUSTIN HADELICH violin (pictured)
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

May 21 AT 8:00 PM

JESSYE NORMAN WITH THE NJSO

2015–16 Season

The NJSO and NJPAC are thrilled to welcome superstar soprano Jessye Norman, a legendary performer of electrifying magnitude. Her program with Lacombe and the NJSO centers on songs of American life, from the Great American Songbook to Spirituals. Don’t miss the pairing of Norman and Lacombe in this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

JACQUES LACOMBE conductor
JESSYE NORMAN soprano (pictured)
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Jun 4 - Jun 5

BOND & BEYOND

2015–16 POPS Series

The music is Bond, James Bond, as the NJSO takes you into the world of your favorite spy. The legacy of 007 comes alive in a symphonic tribute featuring music from five decades of Bond films, including Casino Royale, Goldfinger, Diamonds are Forever and more.

MICHAEL KRAJEWSKI conductor
DEBBIE GRAVITTE vocalist (pictured)
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Jun 9 - Jun 12

LACOMBE CONDUCTS RACHMANINOFF & RAVEL

2015–16 Season

JACQUES LACOMBE conductor (pictured)
JOYCE YANG piano
NEW JERSEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA