Following the conclusion of our 2022/23 Season, which set a new 10-year record for attendance, it is with great pleasure that we invite you to discover our 2023/24 Concert Season. This season features local and international artists and celebrates both tradition and innovation in symphonic music. Highlights of the rich and diverse programming for the 23/24 Season include beloved works by Gustav and Alma Mahler, Mozart, and Ravel, along with giving audiences the opportunity to hear many exciting pieces for the first time ever in Kamloops.

You'll be brought to the edge of your seat with some of the most riveting American music, such as Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, and immersed in the tragic love story of Prokofiev's Romeo & Juliet. Your young ones will even have a chance to discover the KSO with a special Family Concert, the Canadian premiere of author Dan Brown's Wild Symphony.

Celebrate the festive season with Christmas with the KSO, then come on a Hypnotic Journey with a multi-sensory experience featuring the music of Julie Thériault. We will then bewitch you with music from the Red Violin, and Light the Night will carry you into Alma Mahler's world through projected illustrations, in a symphonic graphic novel. You'll also get to hear a different side of your orchestra when we perform the music of Pink Floyd with Jeans n' Classics, mash up expressions of struggle, mourning, and hope for the future when Mozart Meets Margit Sky, and share the stage with versatile Juno Award winner Jeremy Dutcher.

From celebrating the 100th birthday of the Kamloops-born "Dean of Canadian Jazz" Phil Nimmons, to sharing the stage with our very own KSO Chorus, we will also collaborate with stellar artists from our region, including Rachel Casponi, Heidi Muendel, Martin Krátký, and the Margit Sky Project.

Explore our 2023/24 Season

Season subscriptions will go on sale May 26, and single tickets will go on sale in September. New this year the KSO is introducing Tiered Seating. In order to make concerts more accessible to the price conscious, there will now be two tiers of ticket prices to the KSO’s seat maps for the 2023-24 Season. Patrons wishing to sit the in upper rows of the Sagebrush Theatre will now be able to access tickets at a lower price, for both subscriptions and single ticket sales. Youth tickets for audience members under the age of 19 remain $10 each, and the KSOundcheck program will continue offering $15 tickets to those who are aged 19-34. All ticket and subscription sales are done through Kamloops Live! Box Office by calling 250-374-5483, visiting them at 1025 Lorne Street (in the Pavilion Theatre), or online by going to single tickets can be purchased online)