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San Diego Symphony
Concert Hall
Today 12:00 – 4:00 PM
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750 B St San Diego, CA 92101
750 B StreetUSCaliforniaSan Diego92101
Concert Hall, OrchestraToday 12:00 – 4:00 PM
Saturday 12:00 – 4:00 PMSunday 12:00 – 4:00 PMMonday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PMTuesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PMWednesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PMThursday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PMFriday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Celebrating its Centennial Season! Enjoy the best Classical and Pops music all year long!
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"Thank you to the very patient and hard working people at the ticket office."
"This show is fantastic and their chorus is one of the best in the country."
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Jessica A
4 weeks ago
Thank you to the very patient and hard working people at the ticket office. My friend and I had to change our seats 4 times due to other people wanting to go with us. They were friendly and accommodating. The show last night was great!!!
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Jenn Lund
a year ago
The San Diego symphony always puts on an amazing performance. I've enjoyed every event I've been to. The Symphony can also get a bit creative with their events, which in this day and age I think is a great idea. Copley is a gorgeous Symphony Hall. A lot of detail. Always a great night out.
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Beth Nikodem
2 years ago
Although this is a beautiful venue and acoustically sound, save it for the symphony only. It is not setup or managed in a way that allows it to be current and enjoyable for other types of shows. Saw Bonnie Raitt last night. Would have been a great show if it weren't for the ushers constantly stalking the crowd. Glaring and jumping into the aisles the moment anyone dared look at their phone. God forbid fans attempt to stand and dance during a great get out of your seat type of song (Burning Down the House). The usher's constant behavior was not only irritating and distracting to the audience, it hurt the artist, especially the warm up act Maia Sharp. For every one person they stopped from sharing their experience, the exposure was muted exponentially. I don't drink but was appalled at the size of the drink line. Restroom line not much better. It's really too bad as this is a beautiful venue with so much potential for an awesome fan experience. Loosen up a little Copley... move into the future just a bit.
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Cary DJ
a year ago
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Guy Pappalardo
a week ago
The San Diego Symphony is a good one and Copley Hall has great sound and decent seating. Always an enjoyable experience.
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Douglas LeClair
a year ago
Every time I go to the symphony my brain tells me to do this more often. I am not a classical musical expert by any means but I appreciate the talent and technique to play the complex pieces. Unfortunately most of the clientele (75% or more) is over the age of 70. The Symphony seems to be actively targeting the younger demographic with crossover genre shows, the renovated cocktail lounge in the Copley Hall lobby and opening of the new farm to table cafe. The symphony in San Diego is some of the best classical music culture going on and a night out at the Copley Hall is a great experience.
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Virginia Ramos-Dunn
11 months ago
Always a wonderful experience!
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3 years ago
This show is fantastic and their chorus is one of the best in the country. We're very fortunate to have such a talented and dedicated group. I think that you guys do a very good job! Good venue. One word, beautiful. The hall is magnificent and the Symphony is even better. Prepare for a grand night of music!