A Night at the North Pole – SSO Christmas!

December 24, 2020

January 1, 2021

Free

Online

Website

Events Description

 

Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra
William Rowson, conductor

Don your Christmas sweaters and other gay apparel as the SSO rings in the season with your holiday favourites.

William Rowson returns to lead his hometown orchestra in a night of Christmas Pops. We’ve tried to pack in as many fun holiday hits as possible!

The SSO Brass join the show with some beloved brassy classics.

We need a little laughter, so it’s a Christmas Festival that only the SSO can give you!

The SSO is reimaginging the possibilities for what concerts we can bring to the stage for our 90th season and still address the risks and protocols required to ensure safety for musicians and audiences during the pandemic.

We’re trying something completely different this year – we’re taking a musical trip around the world, so each and every concert is a musical trip. To ensure that we can keep adapting to the Saskatchewan Public Health requirements, we’re planning trips a month or two at a time. So we’ll be constantly revealing concerts that are coming up!

HOW MUCH

Tickets: Digital ticket $15

The concert film of A Night at the North Pole will be available for free from December 24th (after 12 Noon) to January 1st.

How to get tickets?

Buy Online

Digital Concert Stream will allow anyone with the internet to watch the SSO through the website. You can pay-per-view or buy a subscription for the year for just $95.

WHEN & WHERE

Date & Time:

December 24, 2020 to January 1, 2021

Saturday, December 5, 2020 | 7:30 PM

There will be a live stream of the concert on the day of and then an option to see the concert whenever and as many times you like with video/symphony on demand available through the SSO Stream.

Venue & Address: Online

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