2020–2021 Ticket Options and Prices

Update 

Information on our 2021–2022 season will be posted as soon as it becomes available.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our planned 2020–2021 season was on hold for a brief period.  The ORCMA Board of Directors, however, was committed to keeping music alive in the community and paying its staff and musicians.  Tickets were not offered for sale.  Instead, the Board and staff began fundraising and grant-writing initiatives to keep the doors open, and during the fall of 2020, presented a hybrid of socially distanced events including outdoor performances, virtual concerts, and video presentations.  You may watch these performances -- which include a brass quintet from the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra, a woodwind quintet from the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra, an Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra string concert, a vignette of the Oak Ridge Chorus in collaboration with the Roane Choral Society, and a concert by the Oak Ridge Chorus -- on ORCMA's YouTube Channel.  Additional information on the season may be found here: https://orcma.org/2020-2021.  Contact lisa@orcma.org to sign up for our email list and be notified of ORCMA's concerts and many activities.

 

See the latest program announcements:

6/4/2021: Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra live season finale concert at Pavilion (oakridger.com)

5/7/2021: Oak Ridge Chorus, Roane Choral Society, and special guests livestream A Collaboration for Healing (oakridger.com)

4/9/2021:  Next ORCMA live performance to include wind, brass soloists (oakridger.com)

4/2/2021:  Oak Ridge Civic Music Association presents Concertmaster & Friends String Sextet in concert (oakridger.com)

3/12/2021:  Piano trio to perform virtual concert (oakridger.com)

3/5/2021:  ORCMA prioritizes inclusion, diversity, equity (oakridger.com)

2/26/2021:  Oak Ridge Chorus, Roane Choral Society, and Three Rivers Theatre Company perform creative collaboration (oakridger.com)

1/29/2021:  ORCMA keeps music alive; 76th season begins in March (oakridger.com)

ORCMA's programming is supported in part by the Tennessee Arts Commission & Tennessee Specialty License Plates, the Oak Ridge Breakfast Rotary Club, UT-Battelle/Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Spectra Tech, Inc., Holiday Inn Express & Suites-Oak Ridge, numerous businesses and individual contributors, and an award from the National Endowment for the Arts funded under a Grant Contract from the State of Tennessee. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov. You can support the arts in Tennessee by purchasing a specialty license plate. For questions, you may contact the ORCMA office at (865) 483-5569 or office@orcma.org.

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Ticket are available for select concerts during the 2020–2021.  Visit ORCMA.org for more information.

 


Oak Ridge Civic Music Association - 118 E. Division Rd. Oak Ridge, TN, 37830, (865) 483-5569
Information on ticketing, marketing, and box office management will be posted when finalized.