FlexPass concert vouchers provide last minute flexibility, lots of choice and save you up to 50% off the price of individual concert tickets.
  • Redeemable for your choice of more than 40 concerts (see list below)
  • Use in any combination (i.e. 2 vouchers for 3 concerts, 6 vouchers for one concert etc.)
  • Simply present your FlexPass concert voucher(s) at the concert venue box office beginning two hours prior to the performance and receive the best available seating.
  • Available in packs of 6, 8 or 10 concert vouchers ($45 per concert voucher).
6-pack $270
8-pack $360
10-pack $450

Purchase today!


HOW TO USE YOUR FLEXPASS

It's simple!

Step 1: EXPLORE!
Browse the many concerts available to you as a FlexPass holder online at charlottesymphony.org and identify your favorites. You'll find program notes, playlists to preview the music, and more to guide you in your concert choices and experience.


Step 2: SIGN UP FOR INSIDER INFO
When you share your email, not only will we send you informative content about upcoming concerts, we'll also share about general ticket availability for the weekend's concert to help with your planning.


Step 3: CONCERT NIGHT VOUCHER EXCHANGE
Simply present your Flexpass concert voucher(s) at the venue box office up to two hours prior to the performance you wish to attend, and receive the best available seating.


Seating is subject to availability and is not guaranteed. Some or all seating sections may be sold out at the time of redemption. Vouchers are valued at $45 and are good for seats of any value (often worth $100 or more!).There may be instances where the available seating is valued at less than the value of the voucher. You may accept this seating, however, no refunds or credits can be made. Flexpass vouchers have no cash value, and unfortunately cannot be replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed.



Elligible concerts


Classical Series

Holst The Planets
Nov 30 - Dec 2
A journey through the cosmos, this evening features Holst's enduring depiction of the planets, a pillar of the Classical repertoire.
Rachmaninof Symphonic Dances
Jan 25 & 26
Venezuelan-born rising star Gabriela Montero brings virtuosity to Prokofiev's warm, vivid piano concerto, a complement to the lush sounds of Rachmaninoff's final work.
Scheherazade
Feb 8 & 9
Tales of the pursuit of love and conquest connect this provocative program complete with Rimsky-Korsakov's classic portrayal of history's most entrancing storyteller.
Tchaikovsky Sleeping Beauty
Feb 22 & 23
NextGen conductor Joseph Young leads a captivating program featuring a diverse cast of characters. Tchaikovsky at his best, Sleeping Beauty brings fairytale colors while Copland depicts a classic American scene.
Mahler 1
March 15 & 16
With its use of symphonic poetry and spellbinding imagination, Mahler's titanic first symphony changed the genre forever. Maestro Warren-Green returns to the podium to lead the next step in our Mahler journey.
Dvorak Violin Concerto
March 29 & 30
Leading an evening of intensity and passion, Dudamel-conducting fellow Gemma New directs Avery Fisher recipient Paul Huang on Dvořák's dramatic and only violin concerto. 
Mozart Requiem
April 12-14
Mozart's final statement, his Requiem presents a masterpiece shrouded in mystery. Maestro Warren-Green leads the orchestra and chorus in this emotionally stirring performance that also includes a work from one of Mozart's rivals.
Rachmaninoff Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
April 26 & 27
Russian-born conductor Andrey Boreyko guides with authenticity Russian compositions including Mussorgsky's art-inspired piece to Rachmaninoff's virtuosic and beloved set of 24 piano variations. 
Ravel Bolero
May 17-19
Ravel's daring and seductive masterpiece closes out the 2018-19 Classical series alongside works featuring Concertmaster Calin Lupanu and a newly premiered piece by renowned bassist and composer Edgar Meyer.
     

Pops series

Home Alone: Movie in Concert
Nov 23 & 24


 
Hilarious and heartwarming, Home Alone is a quintessential holiday favorite. Your whole family will delight in John Williams' beloved score performed live, while the full-length film is projected on a big screen above the orchestra.

© 1990 Twentieth Century Fox
 
Magic of Christmas
Dec 14-23
From snow falling in the theater to sing-alongs and Santa, families have been making the Charlotte Symphony a part of their holiday tradition for more than 20 years.

 
Pink Martini
Feb 1 & 2
Genre-bending and multi-lingual Pink Martini is a charming "little orchestra" unto itself. This 8-piece band joins the orchestra for a rollicking 'round-the-world musical adventure.
 
The Best of Rodgers and Hammerstein
March 22 & 23
The hills are alive for this program celebrating the musical catalog of Rodgers and Hammerstein. You'll hear hits including "Climb Every Mountain" from The Sound of Music to "Shall We Dance?" from The King and I, "Some Enchanted Evening" from South Pacific, "You'll Never Walk Alone" from Carousel and much more!
     

Family Series

Magic of Christmas
Dec 15
Gather together for this fun-filled, heartwarming spectacular featuring seasonal favorites plus sing-alongs, falling snow, and a visit from Santa.
Classical Kids Live: Beethoven Lives Upstairs
Feb 23
A grouchy old man moves in to the apartment above Christoph in Vienna. Christoph is not pleased by Beethoven's arrival, but he begins to understand his genius and the beauty of his music.
The Orchestra Games
March 23
The Orchestra Games explores the personalities of various instruments as it sprints through an Olympic array of events including the low note limbo, the fast note dash, and the marathon.