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Happy Birthday, Beethoven!
Happy Birthday, Beethoven! Fast forward 250+ years, and his music still connects us to ourselves and each other. Ode to Joy celebrates the shared triumph over adversity and unwavering resiliency of the human spirit! Special guest, associate concertmaster for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Velinzon joins us for Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, a gorgeous piece pairing soloist with orchestra for a double dose of beauty. And then fate comes knocking with those four famous notes: da, da,View more
How and where to purchase tickets
On-line: Choose your own seats and buy your tickets on-line. To purchase tickets on-line, select the “Buy Now” button for the desired concert.
In person: Stop by the Phil Box Office located at 116 Court Street, 3rd floor, Plymouth, MA, Mon. thru Fri. 9AM to 5PM.
Phone: Call the Phil Box Office at 508-746-8008.
At the Door: Purchase tickets (subject to availability) the night of the concert at the venue location.
Tickets range in price from $25 to $60.
Tickets will be mailed within a week of order being placed.
Ticket orders received within one week of a performance will not be mailed;
they will be available for pick up at the performance venue "Will Call" table.
Lost Tickets can be replaced prior to the concert by calling the Phil Box Office.
Concert postponement may occur in the event of severe weather or another emergency.
All programs and guest artists are subject to change.
Additional time info:
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Pre-Concert Talk with Maestro Karidoyanes
March 26 | 6:30 PM
March 27 | 2 PM
Preview the evening's program as Steven Karidoyanes shares his insight about the music he has planned. This free talk takes place inside the concert hall.
Plymouth North HS Performing Arts Center
Free for ticket holders
Post-Concert Dessert Cocktail Party, immediately following the concert on Saturday night
Plymouth Center for Active Living (adjacent to the performing arts center)
Meet our Phil musicians while socializing over dessert, coffee and wine. Special guests include Steven Karidoyanes and Alexander Velinzon.
41 Obery Street, Plymouth, MA
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
CONCERT COVID POLICY Effective as of 1/1/22 *Health & Safety Protocol Reminder* We are thrilled to welcome you back to LIVE Phil concerts, and we want your experience to be as safe and comfortable as possible. Our musicians, staff, and volunteers are fully vaccinated and are looking forward to our performances. In compliance with the Town of Plymouth mask mandate for public town buildings, which includes Memorial Hall and Plymouth North High School Performing Arts Center, we are requiring masks for everyone, regardless of vaccination status. In addition, the Phil is requiring all ticket holders to present proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test within 72 hours or a negative Antigen test administered by a health care provider within 24 hours prior to entering the concert hall. At-home Antigen tests are not acceptable. This requirement also applies to children 6-12. Children under 6 are exempt. Other steps being taken include changing the format of the concerts to 90-minutes to eliminate intermission and unnecessary gathering, discontinuing food and beverage service and masking at all times. Air purifiers are run the night before every concert and additional cleaning protocols are in place at Memorial Hall. Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the hall. If you forget your mask, you will be provided with one. For the safety and consideration of our musicians, staff, volunteers, and concert guests, we ask that anyone with known exposure to the virus please