Ticket Offers

Community Education Program

Music Matters.

Everyone deserves music and we are offering free tickets to students, ages 6 to 22, on a first-come-first-served basis to our 2023–2024 subscription concerts. Discounted rush tickets to students and teachers at SFPS and local Pueblo schools are also available!

 

FREE STUDENT TICKETS—offered for EVERY Santa Fe Symphony performance, as available, made possible through the generosity of Underwriter Dee Ann McIntyre

  • Free student tickets are available on a first-come-first-served basis for students 6 to 22 and one accompanying adult. Reservations may be made up to 4 weeks in advance of each concert for up to 3 concerts per season. Contact Regina at studentoffers@santafesymphony.org to secure your tickets!
RUSH TICKETS—discounted and free tickets (offers vary) for music students and music teachers
  • Contact Regina at studentoffers@santafesymphony.org for rush student/teacher discounts. Offers are available to students 14 to 22 years of age and music educators in the Santa Fe Public Schools. Details will be sent as early as 2 to 3 days in advance of each performance—limit 2 tickets per concert.
50% OFF TICKETS—available for children 6 to 14 years of age. Available through The Symphony Box Office.
OPEN DRESS REHEARSALS—available for children under 6 years of age
  • Due to the nature of our Lensic concerts, The Symphony is unable to accommodate children under the age of 6. Please contact Regina through The Symphony Box Office if you would like to attend a Lensic dress rehearsal with your child under 6.

Will you consider supporting The Santa Fe Symphony’s community and education programs today? A donation of any size can help us make these programs available to aspiring young orchestral and choral musicians in more communities across New Mexico. Your gift will also support our expansive music education programs—reaching deeper into the community and fostering the extraordinary artistic talent of our future musicians. You can earmark your contribution for a specific community education program, or help support all of our community programs by becoming a Friend of Music Education.