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What’s Next at RVS: The 2023 | 2024 Season

Subscriptions on sale NOW!
Single Tickets on sale beginning July 5th

Join us as we wrap you in surprise discoveries and playful connections. Our concerts will be intriguing and fun, while reminding you of music you love and revealing music you can love. Browsing through the brochure, I hope you agree on both accounts. Presenting our embarrassment of riches, we begin with the Gershwin Centennial Celebration.

Our August concert features the Rhapsody in Blue and includes a newly co-commissioned piece by Peter Boyer of Ellis Island fame. We are one of 50 states presenting Rhapsody in Red, White and Blue. Both pieces feature favorite Jeffrey Biegel on piano.

The applause meter will go off the charts with three returning soloists: Anne-Marie McDermott, Bella Hristova and Nancy Zhou. They are among the best received artists we have ever had. New soloists to the Rogue Valley are trumpet player Mary Elizabeth Bowden and pianist George Li. Both have become stars, and will be bringing their bravura and mastery that has already earned them accolades on global stages. I have no doubts that they will win you over too.

The orchestra will be featured in the Czech program that has been on my mind for a long time. Usually, you only hear Vltava (Moldau) from My Country. That leaves a lot of great music on the table! We are presenting three symphonic poems from Smetana’s magnum opus, plus the, “New World Symphony” by Dvořák.

Last but not least, I am excited to welcome our first-ever Composer in Residence! David Ludwig is a superb award-winning composer, who serves as Dean of Music at The Juilliard School. I cannot think of a more gifted music communicator. Ludwig’s presence will elevate our season to a whole new level.

I am eager to see you in the concert hall and share all this beautiful music with you. Secure your seats at your favorite hall today.

Martin Majkut, Music Director

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 56th 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 6: Celestial Pathways

“This ranks with one of the most exciting and well-performed performances I have ever seen and heard. I was mesmerized by the seamless performance of music paired with video. what a fabulous treat and a wonderful way to end a season that has been, basically, excellent.”

– Anonymous

“As usual, the mix of more familiar and less familiar pieces made for an interesting evening. Looking forward to next year, with promise of more new works.”


“RVS is one of the few community assets that spans two counties, providing happiness and culturally enriching lifestyle amenities. Keep up the good work!”


“This was my first time at the symphony and we loved it!! The pre-concert talk was amazing. Martin is so smart and conversational. It was lovely. And the combination of the NASA scientist and the visuals was fantastic! And your five dollar student tickets are a gift. Thank you!!”


Rogue Valley Symphony is so thrilled to bring you our 23/24 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!