Accessibility

The NJSO performs in multiple venues throughout the state of New Jersey, and accessibility services vary by location. Please call 1.800.ALLEGRO (255.3476), and press option 3 for the Ticket Office with any questions or requests, so that we can help you have the best concert experience possible.

All of our regular concert halls are wheelchair accessible and have wheelchair seating sections and designated parking (first come, first served). Please inform the Ticket Office if you need wheelchair seating. Tickets are based on availability.

Elevators to upper sections are available only at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) in Newark and Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown.

Assistance dogs are welcome at any performance; special seating arrangements are not required.

Large-print program notes are available at every performance; please ask an usher for a copy. Program notes are also available electronically on our website at least two weeks before the performance.

Sign-language interpretation is available upon request with one week notice; please email the NJSO ADA coordinator at ada@njsymphony.org.

More information on venue accessibility can be found at the Cultural Access Network Project.

If you have an ADA concern or complaint, please email the NJSO ADA coordinator at ada@njsymphony.org.

  

Special Programs for People with Disabilities

GettyFoundationLogo.jpgChamber music programs for people with autism

Following a successful pilot, the NJSO formally launched its Autism Community Initiative in the 2012–13 season. The Autism Community Initiative is a series of chamber music programs specifically designed to address the developmental needs of children and adults with autism while advancing the Orchestra’s commitment to more meaningful and sustained engagement with its communities. This year, the program will collaborate with six program partners in two counties to serve more than 1,000 youth and adults with autism.

The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra gratefully acknowledges the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation and the League of American Orchestras for their generous support of this program.

Complimentary tickets for the visually impaired

Through a grant received from the Jorgensen Trust, the NJSO offers free tickets to select concerts. For more information, call 1.800.ALLEGRO (255.3476), and press option 3 for the Ticket Office.

 


HOW TO BUY

Click here to find our phone number, business hours and other ways to buy.

ONLINE

Click the “Buy” button for the performance you wish to attend, and you’ll be connected to our secure online ticket office.

BY PHONE

Call 1.800.ALLEGRO (255.3476), and press 3 for the Ticket Office. Please see the Hours of Operation below.

BY MAIL

Write to: NJSO Ticket Office, 60 Park Place, 9th Floor, Newark, NJ 07102
Please make checks payable to the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra.

BY FAX

Fax your order to 973.624.0477.

IN PERSON

Tickets are available 90 minutes before the performance at the venue box office.

Tickets for all NJSO performances may be purchased at our office on weekdays from 9 am–5 pm:
NJSO Administrative Office, 60 Park Place, 9th Floor, Newark, NJ 07102

HOURS OF OPERATION

Ticket Office hours are Monday–Friday from 9 am–5 pm, and concert-weekend Saturdays from 11 am–5 pm. The Ticket Office is closed on Sundays; tickets may be purchased on concert Sundays starting 90 minutes before the performance at the venue. On Fridays between Memorial Day and Labor Day, the office closes at noon.