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Welcome to our 2019-2020 Season!

We’ll be taking you to New Worlds with music by Reena Esmail and Kevin Puts on our opening night concert (October 12, 2019), and are excited to collaborate with local Delgani String Quartet as guest artists. We’re also proud to be one of the co-commissioning ensembles for Michael Torke’s Sky, which will be performed by brilliant violin virtuoso Tessa Lark on our Beethoven and Bluegrass concert (March 28, 2020).

Of course, we’re also featuring the traditions that have made us beloved in this community, including our annual Candlelight Concert, which features our own musicians as soloists illuminated by the soft glow of candlelight in Eugene’s historic First Christian Church (December 6 & 7, 2019). A Mozart Paradise (February 8, 2020) celebrates our namesake composer, and welcomes back longtime friend of OMP, pianist Anton Nel. Though a newer tradition, our Young Soloist Competition is no less beloved, and you’ll get to hear these rising stars Taking Flight on our season finale concert (May 9, 2020).

Season tickets are on sale now! Simply call the UO Box Office at (541) 346-4363 to order today, or click the button below for online subscription orders!


Coming up next: 2019 Summer House Concert Series

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Even though our 2018-2019 season has ended, we’re still bringing you up-close-and-personal concert experiences this summer with two unique programs in small venues!

Both events are taking place in private residences; in order to protect the privacy of our gracious hosts, we will confirm locations with you once you have purchased your ticket(s).

Both events are catered and capacity is limited, so get your tickets today by clicking the button below or by calling our office at (541) 345-6648!



“The experience is different here”

From the dress rehearsal of our performance of Adam Schoenberg’s  Finding Rothko  in November 2018, featuring visual projections by artist Ella Hansen.

From the dress rehearsal of our performance of Adam Schoenberg’s Finding Rothko in November 2018, featuring visual projections by artist Ella Hansen.

Our concert experience is a unique, up-close-and-personal approach to classical music. Beall Hall’s size allows our audience members to feel close to the music being performed. Being a chamber orchestra, each of our musicians (usually around 35 local musicians on stage) can be heard clearly. Post-concert receptions, open to all audience members, give our concertgoers an opportunity to connect and chat with our musicians, Maestro Kuo, and the world-class artists that perform with us. Join us this season for an exciting adventure!


2019-2020 Season Concerts