Season 11 - 2019/20

Single ticket prices are $40 adults and $10 children/students. Subscription prices are $35 per concert. Adult subscribers save $5 per concert; that's $30 all season!

Adult Season Subscription: $210
Child/Student Season Subscription: $60

Returning subscribers’ seats will be reserved until August 1st.

For subscription questions call (309) 339-3943.

Single tickets go on sale August 1st


All concerts at 7:30 PM at Five Points Washington in Washington, IL.


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Brahms & Bruch - Sep 21

Brahms' triumphant second symphony, plus Bruch's romantic violin concerto, featuring internationally acclaimed soloist Stefan Milenkovich.

Rossini, Overture to La Cenerentola
Bruch, Violin Concerto No. 1 
Brahms, Symphony No. 2

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To the Moon & Beyond - Oct 19

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the moon landing, a musical tribute to humanity’s commitment to “boldly go where no one has gone before.”

Holst, The Planets
John Williams, Star Wars
Richard Strauss, Zarathustra
Josef Strauss, Music of the Spheres Waltz
James Horner, Apollo 13

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Broadway Rocks the New Year - Jan 11

All your favorite rockin’ hits from Broadway shows like Hairspray, Phantom, Lion King, Wicked, and more. Featuring the talents of NYC vocalists Morgan James, LaKisha Jones, and Dan Domenech.

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Vivaldi Reimagined - Mar 21

Vivaldi’s brilliant Four Seasons reimagined, plus a tango twist with Piazzolla’s The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires - with rising star Francisco Fullana, violin virtuoso, and Lidia Kaminska, bandoneon soloist.

Max Richter, The Four Seasons Recomposed
Astor Piazzolla, The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires

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The Beatles - Apr 18

The world’s best Beatles tribute band brings the Fab Four to life, with the HFO backing them up on all-original charts!

The concert will feature two dozen Beatles tunes sung and performed exactly as they were written. From early Beatles hits on through the solo years.

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Really Russian - May 30

Revel in Russian romanticism with two of Rachmaninoff’s greatest works: the Symphonic Dances and the all-time-favorite, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, brilliantly interpreted by Eun Joo Chung, piano soloist.

Rachmaninoff, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
Rachmaninoff, Symphonic Dances


For subscription questions call (309) 339-3943.