The Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra has grown to be one of Canada’s most celebrated live music ensembles. Led by Music Director Rune Bergmann, the Calgary Phil presents classical standards, pop favourites, bold collaborations, and cutting-edge new works. They also attract world-renowned guest artists and dynamic conductors. In a typical season, the Orchestra welcomes over 100,000 visitors to the concert hall and reaches audiences around the world through its free and accessible digital programming and live-stream initiative — an immersive, online concert experience that launched in 2017.
At various points throughout the year, the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra presents Symphony Sundays, a symphony experience specially designed for children. But there are other concerts that children may enjoy, especially older kids, and they will be listed here, although this is by no means a comprehensive list. Highlights often include concerts that play orchestral scores to popular movies. We will list specific concerts below that might be of interest to families, but you’ll always find more on their website.
At this time, Calgary Phil has reduced capacity at their venues. For the protection of audience members and staff, masks are required inside the venues and must be worn over the nose, mouth, and chin. You will find more information about the health and safety measures at www.calgaryphil.com.
All concerts are at Jack Singer Concert Hall unless otherwise listed.
We Will Rock You with the electrifying music of Freddie Mercury and Queen. The legendary band’s symphonic rock comes to life with hits like Under Pressure, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Bohemian Rhapsody, and more performed by our full Orchestra with Jeans ‘n Classics and Calgary’s Revv52 choir.
When: March 4 – 5, 2022
To purchase tickets, please visit www.calgaryphil.com or call the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra Box Office at 403-571-0849.
Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra:
Where: Jack Singer Concert Hall (Unless otherwise indicated.)
Address: 205 8 Ave SE, Calgary, AB