RSVPs to [email protected] are encouraged but not required.
Gustav Mahler—who said “a symphony must be like the world—it must contain everything”—created a vast panorama of life’s deepest emotions in his Sixth Symphony. Nicknamed the “Tragic,” it unflinchingly examines and foreshadows Mahler’s own life with Austrian marches, religious chorales, romantic melodies and the final hammer blows of fate. Requiring a massive Mahler-sized orchestra under the direction of conductor Jukka-Pekka Saraste, the Sixth Symphony is a must-see experience for classical music aficionados.
This concert starts on time, and there will be no late seating or intermission. Please plan accordingly.
Starting at just $20 a concert, our 2023-24 series features two relaxed one-hour concerts designed with younger audiences – ages four to nine – in mind.
The New World Symphony believes music is a powerful, joyful part of life. Join us and experience music in a welcoming, safe and comfortable Sensory-Friendly Environment designed to include the entire family.
This Sensory-Friendly Environment is for audience members with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
Special accommodations will be provided, including:
Guests are welcome to bring items (blankets, pillows, etc.) to make their visit more comfortable.
Entry to the sensory friendly room is free with your ticket to see a New World Center performance. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. RSVPs to [email protected] are encouraged but not required.
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