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Tucson Symphony Orchestra Concert Tickets

If you're a fan of LIVE, orchestral performances, the Tucson Symphony Orchestra is a must-see. Over the years, they have been growing as an organization to present the best and most dynamic performances for their audience. Get your Tucson Symphony Orchestra tickets to hear their monumental sound firsthand.

The orchestra's first performance took place on January 13, 1929, at the Tucson High School Auditorium under its very first conductor, Tucson native Camil Van Hulse. The concert was a definite success, with the local papers singing its praises and hailing it as a monumental achievement. During their debut concert, the orchestra played numbers like "Rosamunde Overture" and "Beethoven's Symphony No. 7."

In 1935, the orchestra was being supported by the University of Arizona, which fostered its growth by providing student players, financial aid, scores and instruments. The Tucson Symphony Orchestra regained its independence by the end of that year. By 1958, the first Tucson Symphony Youth Orchestra was formed, and by the mid 1960s they were attracting audiences of some 13,000 people total in a six-concert season.

This musical organization has grown from a volunteer community group to a fully professional orchestra serving Southern Arizona. Through community and children's concerts, as well as innovative programming, they continue to expand their repertoire of artistic achievement. Don't miss your chance to see it LIVE! Buy your Tucson Symphony Orchestra tickets now!