As we work on our plans for the 2021-2022 Rogue Valley Symphony season, we’ll have more details for you soon regarding subscriptions and single tickets. You can browse seating charts for our three venues below. We look forward to sharing music with you again soon!
Seat Maps & Individual Ticket Prices
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Rogue Valley Symphony
Ticket Policies & FAQ
Refund Policy: ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No refunds. Exchanges can be made depending on availability and incur a $5 fee per transaction. In the event of a cancellation for which there is no rescheduled date, a refund for this ticket may be issued at the option of the management. In the event of a cancellation for which there is no rescheduled date, a refund for this ticket may be issued at the option of the management and may not include additional ticketing fees (i.e., ticketing operations fee, shipping fees, etc.).
No food, beverages, or water are allowed in the theater.
Late seating: Performance times are listed on your tickets, confirmations and on the Rogue Valley Symphony website. Please allow ample time to park and arrive at the theater before the performance starts. Performances begin on time and late seating cannot be guaranteed. In order to minimize distractions to both the audience and the performers and for reasons of safety, latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the management. If you leave during a performance, it may not be possible to re-seat you until intermission.
Photography & Recording: Use of any camera and recording devices are prohibited in the auditorium. Please refrain from text messaging during the performance. Remember to turn off phones, pagers, and watch alarms/chimes.
What will the RVS be doing to follow social distancing rules? The RVS has been and will continue to be working hard to provide safe conditions for patrons to enjoy our performances. We will be firming up decisions about what this will look like closer to each performance date. You are very important to us and this is a primary concern for us going forward.
Where are the concerts held? Ashland performances: The SOU Music Recital Hall is located at 450 S Mountain Ave in Ashland. Free parking is located across Mountain Ave from the Music Building and on the street. The lot is a paid lot but RVS patrons have free use for our concerts. Medford performances: The Craterian Theater is located at 23 S Central Ave in Medford. Free parking can be found across S. Central Ave in the next block down from the theater or on the street. Grants Pass performances: The Grants Pass High School Performing Arts Center is located at 313 NE Olive St in Grants Pass. Free parking is available in many locations around the theater and signs provided by the Friends of the Symphony will guide you.
What time should I arrive? All weekday and Saturday performances begin at 7:30pm. All Sunday performances begin at 3pm. If you already have your tickets, plan to arrive at least 10 minutes before the performance or pre-concert talk. If you need to purchase tickets or pick them up from Will Call, plan to arrive at least 15-20 minutes before the performance or pre-concert talk.
What if I can’t use my ticket? You are strongly encouraged to release any tickets you cannot use to the RVS Box Office before noon on the day of the performance. Ticket returns are tax deductible; a donation letter will be sent to you to use at tax time. As our performances frequently sell out, your turned-in tickets enable more patrons to have the opportunity to attend the performances.
What if I have lost my ticket(s)? Never fear! Call the Box Office at (541) 708-6400 prior to the performance for replacement tickets or they can also be reprinted on site before the performance.
How can I learn more about what I will be hearing at the performance? Music Director Martin Majkut gives a pre-concert talk one hour before each Masterworks performance in the hall for ticket holders. He usually talks for ½ hour about the works to be heard in that performance and is frequently joined by the soloist(s)/composer. You may sit anywhere in the theater for these talks.
Can my child come to the Symphony with me? All concertgoers must have a ticket and their own seat. Students between the ages of 6-22 may purchase discounted student tickets via phone or in person orders. We ask parents to sit with their children. Please do not bring children under the age of 6 to Symphony Masterworks performances.
What should I wear? Dress is anything from Birkenstocks and fleece vests to dresses and suits with ties. Be yourself and enjoy the music!
Should I wear perfume or a scent to the performance? Due to the close nature of theater seating and in consideration of those who may be allergic to fragrances, we ask that you refrain from wearing strong perfume or cologne.