Get great Grand Rapids Symphony tickets for just $25 during January's Supersale

Media Contact
Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk
Senior Manager of Communications and Media Relations
616.454.9451 ext. 139

GRAND RAPIDS, MI, Jan. 11, 2017 – Winter in West Michigan is the time of year for indoor fun.

So there’s never a better time to experience the excitement of live music with Grand Rapids Symphony, thanks to our January Supersale.

Now through Friday, January 20, when you buy tickets to three or more concerts, you can get prime seats to Grand Rapids Symphony’s shows for just $25 each for concerts happening now through May.

The possibilities are many. You can try one Classical concert, one Pops concert and a Special event. But you can pick and choose from any of 10 programs coming to DeVos Hall.

Get a closer look at the Symphony’s new Music Director Marcelo Lehninger conducting Mozart on Feb. 3-4 or Lehninger conducting Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition on March 3-4.

If you prefer Classical music, the Grand Rapids Symphony’ welcomes to town one of the world’s most eminent women on the podium, guest conductor JoAnn Falletta, on March 24-25. Or come hear the Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus on April 21-22. Hear Beethoven’s mighty “Eroica” Symphony No. 3 on May 19-20.

If you’re a Barbra Streisand fan, nobody does Babs better than Ann Hampton Callaway, a singer and songwriter with several songs recorded by Streisand herself. She’ll be in town on Jan. 20-22.  If you remember TV’s The Nanny, you’ve heard Callaway. She wrote and sang the theme song for the show starring Fran Drescher

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day when everyone’s Irish with the orchestra on March 17-19 featuring Cathie Ryan from Cherish the Ladies. Or come for the 50th anniversary celebration of The Beatles’ seminal recording, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band featuring the tribute group Classical Mystery Tour on April 28-30.

Do you prefer R&B and Soul? Join us for three-time Grammy Award winner Lalah Hathaway one-night only on Feb. 18 for the Grand Rapids Symphony’s Symphony with Soul show, featuring the gospel-flavor of the Grand Rapids Community Chorus.

Some of the best seats in the house are available for most of these shows. But don’t delay. Supersale tickets go super quick. This special offer expires on Friday, January 20.


Call the Grand Rapids Symphony’s ticket office at (616) 454-9451 ext. 4 during daytime hours or (616) 885-1241 during the evening. (Phone orders will be charged a $2 per ticket service fee, with a $12 maximum.)  Or go online to the Grand Rapids Symphony’s website at to order tickets today.

The GRS box office is open weekdays 9 am-5 pm, at 300 Ottawa Ave. NW, Suite 100, across the street from Calder Plaza.

About the Grand Rapids Symphony

Organized in 1930, the Grand Rapids Symphony is nationally recognized for the quality of its concerts and educational programs. Led by Music Director Marcelo Lehninger, Principal Pops Conductor Bob Bernhardt and Associate Conductor John Varineau, nine concert series are presented, featuring a wide range of music and performance styles. More than 400 performances are given each year, touching the lives of some 200,000, nearly half of whom are students, senior citizens and people with disabilities all reached through extensive education and community service programs. Affiliated organizations include the Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus; Grand Rapids Youth Symphony and Classical Orchestra; and Grand Rapids Symphony Youth Choruses. GRS provides the orchestra for performances by Opera Grand Rapids and the Grand Rapids Ballet and sponsors the biennial Grand Rapids Bach Festival, which returns in March 2017.

To learn more about the Grand Rapids Symphony, please visit the website or

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This activity is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.