BROADWAY TODAY WITH CRAIG SCHULMAN

Broadway star Craig Schulman comes to Shreveport on April 24 & 25 with guest vocalist Tamra Hayden to present a program filled with memorable tunes and well-loved favorites.

  • In-person concerts will have socially-distanced seating and masks are required. A limited number of in-person single tickets are available.
  • Individual digital access is $20/household. The video stream for this concert will only be available LIVE on our website on Saturday, April 24 at 7:30 PM and Sunday, April 25 at 3 PM, and will not be available for on-demand viewing afterward. 
  • Subscribers automatically receive digital access with their subscription.

season overview | Purchase a 3-concert digital membership for $50!

Or call 318.227.8863, Mon.-Fri., 9 AM-5 PM

LATEST NEWS

With Louisiana in Phase 3, live concerts have resumed. Concerts will have socially-distanced seating and masks are required. A limited number of in-person single tickets are available for performances.

Concerts will be live-streamed, and most videos will be available for on-demand viewing for up to two weeks. Subscribers automatically receive digital access with their subscription.


Red River Radio Spotlight: Shreveport Symphony – Mozart and More (Red River Radio, 3/26/21)

Symphony hosts first in-person concert of the season, plus virtual option (Shreveport Times, 3/12/21)

Red River Radio Spotlight: Kermit Poling interviews Michael Butterman about the SSO’s Feb. 27 Virtual Concert (Red River Radio, 2/26/21)

Experience ‘Spring’ in February with the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra (Shreveport Times, 2/25/21)

more news…

OTHER CONCERTS

Free Family Concert – Available On-Demand

The Mountain that Loved a Bird
Now available for free on-demand viewing through April 24
Watch here


The Noel Foundation, Inc. Chamber Music Series

I-49 BRASS
Friday, April 23, 7 PM

First Baptist Shreveport
Free and open to the public
Rick Rowell and Mike Scarlato, trumpets; Thomas Hundemer, horn; Michael Davidson, trombone; J. Mark Thompson, bass trombone
The I-49 Brass will present a diverse program drawn from five centuries of brass quintet literature — from Renaissance to Bach to a new commission, “Commute” by Costas Dafnis.

In-person concerts will have socially-distanced seating and masks are required. Concerts will also be live-streamed on our website; no password required. 


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