- $70 for a subscription to any four concerts in Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony's Pops Series (up to a $199 value)
- Where: Centre in The Square
- Seating: B section, depicted in orange on the seating chart
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- Click here the full program of upcoming concerts.
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn't reflect senior discounts. Tickets are valid only for the dates listed.
2013–14 Pops Series
- John Williams and Spielberg (November 1–2 at 8 p.m.)—Conductor Michael Krajewski leads the symphony though the iconic music of ET, Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, and Saving Private Ryan.
- Yuletide Spectacular (December 14–15 at 2:30 p.m.)—More than 200 performers gather onstage to bring the season's most joyous songs to life.
- Quartetto Gelato – Italianissimo! (January 24–25 at 8 p.m.)—This four-piece ensemble, including a World Accordion Champion, renders such Italian musical styles as opera, gypsy, and tango.
- Tiempo Libre – A Night in Havana (February 21–22 at 8 p.m.)—Joined by a Cuban music group nominated three times for a Grammy Award, the symphony dives into the high-energy rhythms of Latin music.
- The Music of ABBA – Arrival from Sweden (March 29 at 2:30 p.m.)—A world-renowned ABBA tribute group dons authentic costumes to recreate such hits as Dancing Queen and Mamma Mia with exclusive right to ABBA's music.
- Ray Charles – A Tribute (April 25–26 at 8 p.m.)—Conductor and musician Matt Catingub leads the symphony through such Ray Charles favorites as Georgia on My Mind and Your Song.
- Superheroes! (May 23–24 at 8 p.m.)—The beloved theme songs from Batman, Superman, and Spiderman inspire audiences to achieve greater things or loiter around nuclear power plants.
The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony was founded out of necessity; in 1945, the Grand Philharmonic Choir was preparing a recital and needed tuneful accompaniment for the harmonic voices. Once its backup duty was over, however, the newly convened orchestra quickly established itself as an independent source for both classical and pops concerts performing more than 100 concerts annually in the Waterloo region. Now home to 52 on-staff musicians, the orchestra continues its decades-long tradition at venues around Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph, and Cambridge. From his position as music director, Edwin Outwater oversees the joyful noise, which ranges from baroque to Beethoven to the Beatles and Broadway. Since assuming the role in 2007, Outwater has been one of the orchestra's most vigorous boosters, arranging the group's first commercial recording in a decade, engineering an exploration of prog rock in collaboration with the Institute for Quantum Computing, and knitting sweaters for each musician's instrument.