Mendelssohn Concert Tickets
Hear the music of one of Germany's best composers of the Romantic period with Mendelssohn tickets purchased through TicketSmarter. Felix Mendelssohn was a multi-talented composer, musician, and conductor in Germany during the 1800s. His oratorios "St. Paul" and "Elijah" were influenced by accounts in the Bible. However, not all his works were religious. The overture and incidental music for "A Midsummer Night's Dream" was composed to accompany Shakespeare's play of the same name. Experience the timeless sounds of some of the world's most beautiful compositions with Mendelssohn tickets via TicketSmarter.
Despite the changing tastes and views toward Jews during the end of the 19th century, he still has found his place among the most popular composers of his musical era. Today, people throughout the country and the world still celebrate his works. Live orchestras continue to share his music with audiences filled with lovers of symphonies and concertos.
Mendelssohn Ticket Prices
Concert tickets are likely to vary in price. Factors such as city and venue can play a part in determining the cost. Typically, tickets are under fifty dollars.
How much are Mendelssohn tickets?
Prices to see a performance of Mendelssohn's works generally range from $10 to $45. Seats to see the Seattle Symphony Orchestra perform a collection of classical pieces that included Mendelssohn's work at New Hope Presbyterian Church was about $20 in Kent, Washington. Tickets were about $15 to see the Orange County Youth Symphony at Memorial Hall at Chapman University in California.
Mendelssohn Dates & Schedule
Musicians from across the country have brought Mendelssohn's compositions to life in concert. The San Francisco Symphony has brought his music to Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. The Houston Symphony filled Zilkha Hall in Houston with the sounds of his notable piece, “Hebride.” The Tower Chorale used their vocal prowess to perform his works at Elmhurst Christian Reformed Church in Elmhurst, Illinois. His work's enduring power is sure to prompt more musicians to bring his work to more audiences in cities in the U.S.
When do Mendelssohn tickets go on sale?
Tickets are usually made available soon after the concert dates are announced. We'll work to keep the schedule up to date on the website. In the meantime, rest assured you'll never have to worry about presale codes when you're ready to purchase your tickets.
Mendelssohn Seating Chart
The venues which host the orchestras who play Mendelssohn's music may vary in size. The Temple Emanu-El's Streicker Center can easily accommodate over 1,000 people in New York City. The Davies Symphony Hall offers enough room for 2,743 people. However, the intimate 500-seat Zilkha Hall is among the smaller venues where the German composer's works have been performed.
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Songs from the Mendelssohn Tour Setlist
Mendelssohn's setlist while performing
, QC at “Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier”
included the following songs:
- Ô Canada
- Pange Lingua
- Symphonies de psaumes
- Dona Nobis Pacem