UPDATE (15/1/20): Tickets sold out just a few hours after sales started
UPDATE (12/4/2020): The concert has been postponed due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic (read more)
John Williams will conduct the Cleveland Orchestra on Sunday, April 26, 2020 (@ 15:00h) at the Severance Hall in Cleveland (Ohio, USA), in a concert that will feature music from many of his most celebrated works (program details will be announced later).
Tickets were available to subscribers and donors on Friday, 10/1/20 and were be on sale to the general public on Tuesday, 14/1/20, in the following link, selling out in a few hours ($ 135-225 / 121-201 €):
We would like to highlight that VIP packages will be available for this concert, which will include a post-concert reception where John Williams will be present. More information:
Last time John Williams conducted the Cleveland Orchestra was in April 2018, a very prolific year where he gave more than 12 concerts in the US (read more), and where due to health issues, he had to cancel his concerts planned in Europe in October in London (read more) and Vienna (read more).
This weekend, John Williams will ‘return’ to Vienna to conduct two special concerts, and SoundTrackFest will be present there, bringing you more information afterwards. Read more: