The premier live orchestra experience in Southern Oregon

The Rogue Valley Symphony has had the pleasure of performing in Southern Oregon since 1967, when we had one venue in the Medford Mid-High School auditorium and 55 players. Now with more than 70 players and three venues in Ashland, Medford, and Grants Pass, the Rogue Valley Symphony embarks on our 54th season this September with hope, excitement, and a longing for a return to the concert hall.

Feel free learn more on our About page, explore our Current Season, or go straight to Buying Tickets at your leisure. Welcome, all, to the Rogue Valley Symphony!


Due to the ebb and flow of audience restrictions imposed during Jackson and Josephine Counties response to COVID-19, we are only seating subscribers to our Fall concerts.  Subscription purchases have closed.  We will open single ticket sales as soon as it is safe to do so.  Single tickets ARE available for America’s Journey.

Concerts are Back in-Person!

Starting with our October 8th concert, we will be back live with the best audience in the state, performing our Masterworks 2 Concert. We’re looking forward to seeing you again!

The October 8th Concert will be taking place at the Craterian in Medford at 7:30pm, moved from SOU.
The October 9th Concert will be taking place at the Craterian in Medford at 3:00pm, as scheduled.
The October 10th Concert will be taking place at the Grants Pass Performing Arts Center at 3:00pm, as scheduled.

There will be no pre-concert lecture for any of these performances. The lecture will be recorded ahead of time and sent out to ticket holders via email.

Per Oregon mandate, all patrons and staff are required to wear masks at all times while inside the concert hall, including during the performance.

Earlier this year, your Rogue Valley Symphony was selected as part of a group of 26 arts organizations across the country (and one of only two in Oregon!) to be featured in Ovation TV’s Stand for the Arts Public Service Announcements. Check out our PSA below, and if you like what you see, consider supporting the Symphony by subscribing to our season or donating!

From the Ovation TV website:
Ovation TV, America’s only arts network, has selected 26 arts organizations across the country to be featured in public service announcements meant to bring attention to the arts industry’s current financial crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic. The PSAs will run across Ovation’s cable and digital platforms, on connected devices via the Ovation NOW app and on a 40 million cable TV footprint; the goal is to raise awareness for struggling arts organizations and help bring arts workers back to work.”

We need your help to make this season possible! If you want to get involved by ushering for our concerts head over to our Volunteer page to see how!