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Explore the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra's 2020/2021 Season

Inspired by the special, warm sound of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and all of its musical potential, Stéphane Denève crafted the 2020/2021 season with orchestral and operatic repertoire that spans genre and time, to encourage a dialogue about some of the most important ideas of today. 

The 20/21 brings the world's greatest artists to St. Louis, uniting with the SLSO to perform some of the most beloved works, while discovering moving new music,  thoughtfully selected by Stéphane. Learn more about the inspiration behind the season, as well as how you can experience thrilling musical moments for yourself.

20/21 Season Announcement Video

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Each week of the 2020/2021 season will celebrate the SLSO’s remarkable versatility in orchestral and operatic repertoire–from Mozart to music of our time. Throughout the season, Stéphane and the SLSO elevate the voices and stories of people who have, and are today, working towards greater equality.


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Subscribers enjoy ultimate flexibility with unlimited free exchanges to any SLSO concert. Online renewal is available for patrons wishing to renew without changes to their current series.


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The SLSO has curated packages to fit a variety of schedules and tastes. Available on Friday mornings, Friday and Saturday evenings, and Sunday afternoons, packages have anywhere from five to eight concerts each. Subscribers enjoy bonus perks, like unlimited free exchanges.


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Select any of the SLSO's classical concerts to Compose Your Own subscription—on your own terms. Select five or more SLSO concerts that fit your schedule and budget. Whether you like Beethoven and Brahms, choral works, new music, or just want to try a little of everything, the Compose Your Own option is a great fit for you.


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View the SLSO's complete 2020/2021 classical schedule, packed with remarkable guest artists, renowned conductors, acclaimed new music, and popular favorites, from Haydn to Mozart to Strauss, Joan Tower and Florence Price to Jessie Montgomery, and beyond.