We absolutely cannot wait to get started with our third season! For our first event on November 21st, “The Streets,” we’ll be kicking off with everything from string quartets and wind trios to harpsichord and large string ensembles. We'll even have a string quartet right in he middle of the floor, engulfed in the audience so you can be closer than ever before to the musicians of Phoenix. "The Streets," features Boccherini's amazing String Quintet, "Night Music of the Streets of Madrid," as well as Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, Florence Price's Negro Folksongs in Counterpoint, and, of course, some Phoenix-style surprises! Come, bring a friend, grab a drink, and celebrate as we kick off our third season at Oberon on November 21st.
We know it can be a bit confusing to make sure you're sitting in the right spot to enjoy a night at Phoenix with your friends! Here's a bit more info about the types of seats we're offering at "The Streets:"
Floor Tables $35
These seats will get you as close to the action as possible. They're right on the floor with the orchestra and allow up to five people to sit around a table together and enjoy the concert!
Upper Mezzanine - $35, $20
The seats on the Upper Mezzanine offer a great view of the action on the floor. Especially the front row ($35) seats, which overlook the floor directly. The rear seats ($20) are still fantastic, but offer slightly limited line of sight, though they're still incredibly comfortable booths available for up to 5 people.
Lower Mezzanine - $20
These barstool seats just to the left of the floor offer a great combination of view and price. In particular the first row of seats has a direct view of the orchestra, and the second row only has that first row in the way.
Standing Room - $10
Assuming you don't have a problem standing and moving around for awhile during the concert these tickets are a fantastic opportunity to get into the hall for "The Streets" and minimal price. There are plenty of places to stand around the bar and on the sides of the hall that have a great view of the orchestra!