DID YOU KNOW THAT YOU AND YOUR CHILD CAN ATTEND A ROGUE VALLEY SYMPHONY CONCERT FOR FREE?
2017-2018 Grants Pass Student Voucher
Student Voucher: Admit 1 Student & 1 Adult
The vouchers are now available for the Masterworks 6 concert series:
WHO: Music Director Martin Majkut
& the Rogue Valley Symphony
WHAT: Masterworks 6, featuring
Rogue Valley Chorale
Southern Oregon Repertory Singers
Chloe Olivia Moore, soprano
Rebecca Ringle Kamarei, mezzo-soprano
Brian Thorsett, tenor
Norman Garrett, baritone
WHEN & WHERE: 3:00 pm on Sunday,
April 22, 2018 at the
Grants Pass Performing Arts Center
A key goal of the Rogue Valley Symphony and the Grants Pass Friends of the Symphony is providing students the opportunity to experience the magic of an orchestra! It is our sincere desire that you are able to make use of this complimentary voucher and explore the wonderful world of symphonic music.
The Rogue Valley Symphony Student Voucher admits one student and one accompanying adult to a concert free of charge. (The Rogue Valley Symphony defines students as between the ages of 6-18).
How To Use This Voucher
STUDENT VOUCHERS ARE NOW ONLY AVAILABLE THROUGH RESERVATION AND NOT AT THE DOOR ON THE DAY OF THE CONCERT.
If you would like to attend the concert, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include: the name of the adult attending, your address and phone number, and the school where the student attends. We are able to accept the first 35 pairs of patrons into this concert. We will send you a confirmation email if we are able to accommodate you. You will then be able to pick up your tickets at the Will Call table on the performance day. If you have an additional student, there is a $5 charge and an additional adult is a $20 charge.
Be sure to pick up your tickets at least 15 minutes before the concert start time. There is a pre-concert talk by our music director one hour before the performance in the theater if you wish to attend that as well.
This program is supported in part by the RE/MAX Integrity Foundation and the Josephine County Cultural Coalition.