Single Tickets Now on Sale for the 19-20 Season

Tickets for all mainstage and off the mainstage concerts and events are on sale now. This season offers a range of orchestral repertoire while highlighting internationally recognized talent and our own HPO musicians as soloists. The 19-20 Season promises to delight and inspire with familiar treasures along with enticing new paths of listening.

Our season begins with Music Director Gemma New at the helm for a stunning and evocative concert, Radiant Ravel featuring music inspired by our natural surroundings. In the new year we explore the inner world and emotional depths of Tchaikovsky’s music in the fifth edition of our Composer Festival with guest conductor Dina Gilbert and renowned Canadian pianist Jon Kimura Parker.

Come on an HPO voyage through space and time with our Sci-Fi Spectacular highlighting iconic themes from Star Wars, Star Trek, E.T. and more! Our season ends with our Music Director Gemma New conducting a show-stopping performance of Beethoven’s monumental Symphony No. 9.

Experience HPO in the community at any of our HPO minis – ensemble concerts in art galleries, breweries and cafes across the Hamilton/Burlington region, and Gemma New presents a fresh and casual concert experience at every Intimate & Immersive.


Ticket Information

Single tickets are available for purchase online at, by calling 905.526.7756 or in-person at the HPO Box Office in First Ontario Concert Hall at 10 MacNab Street South, Hamilton.

Subscriptions to the 19-20 Mainstage Season can be purchased in 9-, 7-, 5- or 3-concert packages. Subscribers can save up to 18% off single ticket prices, and packages start at as little as $69 (plus HST) for a 3-concert package. Subscriptions can online at or by calling 905.526.7756.


About the HPO: The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 1884 as The Hamilton Orchestral Society and grew to become one of Canada’s major professional orchestras. Today, the HPO is a leader in Hamilton’s robust arts community where it provides professional orchestral services and music education programs to address the needs of the community. The combined musical talents of its artists continue to enrich the community and enhance the quality of life for its residents.


Media Contacts:

Christina Volpini
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra
905.526.1677 X226

Kim Varian
Director, Development and Communications
Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra
905.526.1677 X222