The world is back up and running.
Tourists are traveling the globe. Restaurants are filling their tables. Audiences are back at concerts. And here at the Topeka Symphony, we are excited to help you avoid the dreaded #FOMO—Fear Of Missing Out!
Don’t miss our thrilling concert line-up filled with you-have-to-be-there-yourself nights at the symphony. Our 2023-24 season will take concert-going to a new level. Each concert will feature something you have to experience in person—from incredible photography shows that accompany the music, to musicians placed around the hall for the original surround-sound effect, to some of the all-time-greatest movie soundtracks, to a Van Cliburn Gold winner pianist playing arguably the most romantic piano concerto ever written, to a can’t-miss solo by the almost-never-featured bass trombone by one of the top performers in the world. And, of course, there’s always the amazing, life-changing experience of hearing live music at a packed concert hall by your own Topeka Symphony and the energy of an excited crowd to enjoy it with.
So get off your couch, come to the symphony, and don’t miss out on a season full of live music and thrilling experiences at the hall. You have be there — NOMO FOMO!
Kyle Wiley Pickett,
Music Director and Conductor
BIG NEWS! We have moved our office location. To visit us in person, go to the old Stout Elementary building at 2303 SW College Avenue, Topeka, KS 66611.
The mission of the Topeka Symphony Society is to encourage and cultivate appreciation and support for fine music in northeast Kansas by presenting performances of high quality and by providing educational and performance opportunities for youth.
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For all audience members attending this concert in person, masks will be required.
Thank you for your understanding.