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Love Notes: Our way of saying 'thank you'

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Your Love Note is redeemable for 2 tickets* to one of our LIVE 2022/23 Concerts this season

Experience the magic of LIVE music, from Beethoven to Brahms, from film scores to jazz! We’re certain there’s a concert you’ll fall in love with!

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Select a concert below and use Promo Code LOVENOTE when you click through to order your tickets (from the Granada Theatre website).

*This Love Note is limited to a one-time use & the recipient is responsible for Granada fees. Excludes Carmina Burana, New Year’s Eve, and An Evening with Sinatra concert.  Only valid for tickets in zones B, C, & D. Love 

**All programs and artists subject to change.

Upcoming Concerts

Nir Kabaretti, Conductor
Natasha Kislenko, Piano
Ted Nash, Saxophone                          Josh Nelson Trio

Ernst Von Dohnanyi | Variations on a Nursery Song, Op. 25 

Ted Nash |  Transformation – World Premiere

Richard Strauss | Death and Transfiguration 

Maurice Ravel | Bolero

Ria Hotoda, Guest Conductor

“E.T.,” “Star Wars,” ”Jaws” — Five-time Oscar© and 12-time Grammy©-Award winner John Williams has been composting film scores for Hollywood’s blockbusters for more than 50 years. His collaborations with directors Stephen Spielberg and George Lucas, whose movies attained cult status, not least because of his unmistakable music, are legendary. Hear and watch these powerful cinematic moments come to life through the magic of live orchestral accompaniment. This concert is part of the Granada Synergy Series. 

Apr 15 & 16, 2023

Nir Kabaretti, Conductor
Jonathan Fox, Director
Inna Faliks, Piano

Ella Milch-Sheriff | The Eternal Stranger (based on a dream by Beethoven) – West Coast Premiere

Ludwig van Beethoven | Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58  

Ludwig van Beethoven | Symphony No. 4

Nir Kabaretti, Conductor
Philippe Quint, Violin

Ella Milch-Sheriff | The Eternal Stranger (based on a dream by Beethoven) – West Coast Premiere
Ludwig van Beethoven | Symphony No. 4 in G major, Op.58
Ludwig van Beethoven | Piano Concerto No. 4


Our top priority remains the health and safety of our patrons, staff and musicians. The Granada Theatre continues to create comprehensive safety protocols that meet changing government guidelines and ensure the comfort of audiences.

Between now and the first performance of the season, we anticipate evolving guidelines which may impact policies on mask wearing, proof of vaccination, low-touch ticketing, concessions, or other protocol and institutional changes.

  • Read our 2022/23 Subscription and Ticket Policy which offers security to our patrons as you consider returning to join us for live performances, and ensure that as a subscriber you receive priority to reserve the best seats.
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