The Southwest Florida Symphony is one of the oldest symphonies on Florida’s gulf coast. It enters its 57th season this year, having made its debut as a community orchestra on April 15, 1961. Conducted by Arlo Deibler, the Symphony began its life as a community orchestra and its original roster consisted of 24 musicians. It performed in community centers and schools throughout Lee and Collier Counties. It has since grown to become Lee County’s only professional symphony orchestra, filling Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall with symphonic music enthusiasts and a roster consisting of more than 65 world-class musicians. The Southwest Florida Symphony’s 57th year promises to be a season of excitement and celebration as it continues under the direction of internationally acclaimed maestro Nir Kabaretti. The Southwest Florida Symphony’s mission is to celebrate the joy of music and to inspire audiences with a variety of quality concerts performed by professional musicians that are accessible to all.
This 2017-18 season features a series of five Masterworks concerts, three Pops concerts, a Holiday Pops and a Small Stage Symphonies series.
Tickets can be ordered:
Online at http://www.swflso.org/tickets/
via Phone at 239-418-1500
or picked up at our Box Office at 8290 College Pkwy, Suite 103, Fort Myers, FL 33919
May 1 – October 1: Monday through Thursday, 10am to 3pm
October 3 – April 30: Monday through Friday, 10am to 4pm
Suitable for Ages: All Ages
Time To Experience Activity: 2 - 3 Hours
Hours: Box office 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Mon. - Fri.
Closest Airport: Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW)
Disabled Traveler Information: ADA Compliant
Guest Information: Family Friendly
Facility Amenities: Live Entertainment
Information/Services: Cultural Organization
Category: Music Theater
Discounts: Student Discount