Date night? Yearning for some live music? Looking for a family outing? Are you a teacher searching for a class activity? The Stockton Symphony may be just what you’re looking for! The Stockton Symphony brings to you a variety of music, entertainment and esteemed guest artists and is comprised of some of California’s finest professional musicians. A diverse menu of entertainment all performed in the welcoming atmosphere of Warren Atherton Auditorium with tickets starting at $25 – what’s not to love!
You’ll come face to face with planetary gods, try to solve a musical riddle or become a superhero, and maybe even a villain. You get nostalgic over legendary female vocalists, mesmerized by cutting-edge illusions, stirred by Beethoven, and energized by a bluegrass genius. The ultimate recipe for enjoyment – what more can you ask for! Check out the 2019/20 Season!
The Classics Series is a five-concert series that runs from September through April on Saturdays at 6 pm. All Performances are at Warren Atherton Auditorium on the campus of San Joaquin Delta College. The Classics Series brings you music by composers from the past and present featuring works from Brahms, Lili Boulanger, Prokofiev, Schumann and more. Take a closer look at the Classics Series.
The Stockton Symphony offers a four-concert POPS series entitled: Stockton POPS that runs from October through May on Sundays at 2:30 pm. All performances are at Warren Atherton Auditorium on the San Joaquin Delta College campus and offer a broad range of entertainment from the excitement of heroes and villains, to traditional holiday classics, to the mystery of stunning visual illusions, to the nostalgic tunes of legendary female artists. Check out the Stockton POPS Series
“Steppin’ Out” educational concerts introduce fourth and fifth grade students to symphonic music and the instruments of the orchestra. “Steppin’ Out” serves multiple school districts throughout San Joaquin County to include Lincoln Unified, Stockton Unified, Lodi Unified and Manteca Unified. Learn more about “Steppin’ Out Educational Concerts”