2024-25 Musician Handbook: Concert Tickets & Livestreams


Many GTCYS concerts are free to attend. Paid ticketed concerts include Festival Concerts at Orchestra Hall, Symphony Concerts, and a few other performances throughout the season. Reduced ticket prices are available for families receiving tuition assistance. School music directors and private lesson teachers can reserve complimentary tickets to GTCYS’ paid performances. General details on paid ticketed concerts are below. More ticketing information will be shared prior to a concert’s on-sale date. Please contact info@gtcys.org for ticketing questions.

Festival Concert Tickets (all orchestras)

  • Held at Orchestra Hall and split into separate concerts.
  • Prices vary $8-$22 by seating section; All seats are reserved.
  • Families with students in multiple orchestras can purchase a ticket to multiple concerts for the price of one ticket.
  • Tickets typically go on sale six weeks prior to the Buy online at minnesotaorchestra.org/gtcys, call Orchestra Hall’s box office at 612.371.5656, or purchase at the door. 

Symphony Concert Tickets

  • Typically held at Ted Mann Concert Hall, University of Minnesota.
  • Prices vary by Adult, Student, and Senior pricing; All seats are general admission.
    • Student: $5
    • Adult: $12
    • Senior: $9
  • All non-Symphony GTCYS students receive one free ticket to every Symphony concert.
  • Tickets are released at the beginning of the season for all Symphony concerts. Visit buytickets.at/gtcys to purchase online, or tickets are available for purchase at the door.

Other Concerts

  • We have a variety of free, ticketed, and pay what you can concerts held at various venues in the Twin Cities metro area.
  • If a concert is ticketed, a link to purchase tickets and other ticketing information will be shared at least six weeks prior to the concert.

Livestreams & Recordings

GTCYS Festival and Symphony concerts are professionally livestreamed for free on GTCYS’ YouTube channel. Select additional concerts may be recorded or livestreamed as well. Various performance excerpts are reposted and available on YouTube at a later time.

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