2023 | 2024 Season Information is Here!

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What’s Next at RVS: Arvo Pärt’s Passio [SOLD OUT]

Baritone José Rubio and tenor Brian Thorsett grace our stage along wit a 16-voice choir, solo quartet, organ, violin, oboe, cello, and bassoon. With lighting, costumes, and some theatrical staging, this is one production you won’t want to miss. Get your tickets before they sell out!

Saturday, April 1st, 3:00pm
SOU Music Recital Hall
450 S Mountain Ave
Ashland, OR 97520

José Rubio, baritone
“…a voice roundly sonorous, of warm beauty, commanding in voice and presence, dominating the stage with every appearance​ – a major operatic find.”
-Opera News
Brian Thorsett, tenor
“…a strikingly gifted tenor, with a deeply moving, resonant and unblemished voice. 
– San Francisco Music Journal

What’s Next at RVS: Masterworks 6: Celestial Pathways

Mountain sunset panorama landscape in Tatras, Rysy, Slovakia.

Our Season Finale opens with one of Martin’s favorites: a Romantic tone poem about a mountain range in his native Slovakia. The sonic spectacle of The Planets turns into an immersive experience of cosmic proportions with added choreographed visuals of the solar system by Seattle-based visual artist Adrian Wyard.

The Tatras Mountains have inspired many an artist, not just in music, but poetry, mythology, and literature, such as this by Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer:

There is such peace there… Onto the slopes
Light pours through the translucent fog

Onto the somnolescent greenery of the mountains.
Burbling far away through the stones,
A stream sparkles in the sun and becomes
A silver-rainbow line.

Vítězslav Novák:
In the Tatras
Gustav Holst:
The Planets

Friday, April 21, 2023 • 7:30pm > Purchase Tickets
Saturday, April 22, 2023 • 7:30pm > Purchase Tickets
Grants Pass:
Sunday, April 23, 2023 • 3:00pm > Purchase Tickets

Photo by Tomáš Šereda

Bringing a live orchestra experience

to where YOU are since 1967.

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 is celebrating its 55th season with hope, excitement, and unforgettable music.

Feel free learn more on our About and FAQ pages, explore our Current Season, or go straight to Buying Tickets at your leisure.

Check our what our patrons are saying about Masterworks 5: Hidden Gems:

“The energy and excitement coming off the stage was epic. How any of the musicians and the conductor could sleep that night is beyond understanding. Thank you all for an experience of a life time.”

– Anonymous

“Keep up the excellent job! We are so fortunate to have such outstanding performances in this area. Thank you for these fabulous performances. Martin, your expertise, enthusiasm and audience comments educate us and give us a wonderful in depth music experience over and over.”


“I’ve listened to that Steinway for over 20 years and I’ve never seen it rise up and dance the way it did for Michelle Cann!! And I’ll never hear Rachmaninoff’s Prelude the same again!”


“This was an awe-inspiring concert. One half of one piece played by Michelle Cann would have been enough and so to have two full pieces PLUS an encore was such a huge treat. The symphony continues to excel and I am so thankful for all who help make it happen. Bravo! Brava!”


Rogue Valley Symphony is hyped for the rest of our season – full of musical blockbusters and perhaps some pieces you’ve never heard, it’s a season for both seasoned symphony-goers and brand new listeners!