With its 2020–2021 season canceled, the Civic Orchestra of Tucson is eager to return to music-making for its 2021–2022 season.

Highlights of our Free Concerts

Our concerts on October 23 & 24 feature a belated celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday with a performance of his Triple Concerto for violin, cello, and piano, with exceptional soloists from the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and faculty of the Fred Fox School of Music, University of Arizona. Also on the program are Poet and Peasant Overture by Franz von Suppé and Serenade in d for Winds, Op. 44, by Antonín Dvořák.

Come to our December 4 & 5 concerts to hear an exciting program of American works in “Made in America, Part II,” following Part I, which was presented in 2018. This program includes Antonín Dvořák’s beloved symphony From the New World as well as works by Leonard Bernstein, John Williams, and Ellsworth Millburn.

Our annual ticketed Benefit Concert to support our Young Artists’ Competition, scheduled for February 5, has been canceled.

On March 19 & 20, you will be treated to performances of Mozart’s Concerto for Flute and Harp featuring COT’s talented soloists, plus the exciting Symphony No. 5 by Dmitri Shostakovich.

Our April 30 & May 1 Pops Concerts are sure to please, with special performances by 2022 winners of our Young Artists’ Competition.

Visit our 2021-2022 Concert Season page for all the details — dates, times, venues, programs.

These concerts are free and no tickets are required.

Please note that all concert details are subject to change.