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Single Tickets

Single tickets for the 2014–15 Season go on sale on August 1, 2014. At that time, they can be purchased online or by calling our Box Office at 312.551.1414 from 10 AM to 5 PM.

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Subscriptions

A subscription (three or more concerts) offers significant savings over single ticket prices. In addition, subscribers receive priority seating and can exchange tickets for free.

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Bring your group to hear Music of the Baroque for an unforgettable evening of superb artistry, choral splendor and orchestral invention at the Harris Theater in Millennium Park. Learn more about special pricing and other benefits »

Students & Seniors

Music of the Baroque offers discounted tickets for $25 to students and seniors (55 or older) for all performances. Discounted tickets for Music of the Baroque’s holiday concerts are $30.

Rush tickets are available to students for $10, but are subject to availability and only released one hour prior to the performance. Students must provide a valid and current student ID (one ticket per ID).

FAQs

How do I order tickets?

You can buy tickets online or call our Box Office at 312.551.1414.

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What are your box office hours?

Music of the Baroque’s Box Office is open Monday through Friday, 10 AM to 5 PM. Call 312.551.1414.

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What is a subscription?

A subscription is three or more concerts in a season… the most cost-effective way to ensure you have a seat for Music of the Baroque performances. Quite simply, subscribers get the best seats at the best price (purchasing single tickets costs up to 37 percent more than subscribing). Subscribers also receive preferred seating, special offers, and free ticket exchange privileges. For more information about subscriptions, call the Box Office at 312.551.1414.

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When do single tickets go on sale?

Single tickets for the upcoming season go on sale August 1. During the season, single tickets can be purchased at any time.

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Are seats reserved?

Yes. All seats are numbered and reserved, including those in churches.

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What are the best seats?

Different people have different opinions about what are the best seats. Some prefer balcony seats, for instance, and others prefer seats on the main floor. Some prefer to be closer to the stage, while others prefer to sit further back. If you have special requests, please note them when you purchase your tickets. All Music of the Baroque performance venues have wonderful acoustics.

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What happens if my schedule changes and I can’t attend?

If you are unable to attend a concert, please let us know as soon as possible. Our performances are often sold out and letting us know you can’t be there increases the likelihood that another classical music lover will be able to attend. Please don’t let your tickets go unused.

Subscribers unable to attend a performance can exchange their tickets for any other performance in the season for which seats are still available. The exchange is free unless they are exchanging the tickets for a higher seat category. Call the Box Office at 312.551.1414 and have your tickets ready. Exchange requests are accepted until 5 PM on the last business day before the concert. Please note that if a performance is sold out, we may be unable to fulfill your request.

If you are unable to exchange your tickets, you may donate them to our Box Office for resale; a receipt for the value of the tickets will be provided by mail as a tax-deductible donation to Music of the Baroque. Although we appreciate donations far in advance of the concerts, we will accept returned tickets by phone as late as 15 minutes before a concert. Just leave a voicemail message with your name and seat locations for the Box Office at 312.551.1414. Don’t worry, we’ll retrieve it before the concert starts.

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What if I lose my tickets?

If you lose your tickets, simply call the Box Office at 312.551.1414 and new tickets will be printed and mailed to you. If it’s too late to mail tickets, they can be reissued and picked up at the performance. Even if you forget to bring your tickets to the concert, the Box Office can check your record and reissue your tickets.

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Are children welcome at Music of the Baroque Concerts?

Children eight years and older are welcome to attend Music of the Baroque concerts.

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