Date Night

Saturday, February 8th

We'll see you at 8 p.m. at the Temple Theatre

The Orchestra Rocks

This season, the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra is partnering with Carnegie Hall’s Link Up to the Orchestra program: The Orchestra Rocks! An interactive music program designed for students in grades three through five.  This great concert features your students as performers from their seats as they sing, play and dance along with the Orchestra. The Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra is offering the program FREE of charge to participating schools. 2019-2020 Young People’s Concert is Friday, March 27 at 12:15 PM-1:15 PM. The deadline to register is 1/27/20.  For more information contact Josie at 989-755-6471 or Register HERE.


The Orchestra Rocks

The Orchestra Rocks


Tired of the same old routine?

Surprise that special someone with a romantic evening of classical music!

Your Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra have created a memorable night on the town. Join us for Date Night, Saturday, February 8, when the SBSO presents Vivid Colors, Dance, & Beauty at 8 p.m. in the Temple Theatre. Date Night includes:

— 2 Concert Tickets (B Seating)

— 2 Glasses of Wine

—  A Box of Chocolates

All for only $99. To reserve your special Date Night call the Temple Box Office at (989) 754-7469.

Participate in The Orchestras Feeding America Program

Help us fill the boxes and feed our community

During the week of February 3 through February 8, the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra (SBSO) is participating in the League of American Orchestra’s “The Orchestras Feeding America” program to help replenish food banks in Saginaw County.  We are partnering with Hidden Harvest with a Food or Fund Drive.

When you donate five non-perishable food items or donate $5 and up, the SBSO will give you a Saginaw Art Patrons Card and a Silver Ticket.  The Art Card will give you $5 off future concert ticket purchases and the exclusive Silver Ticket- an invitation to a private meet and greet at the Saginaw Art Museum on Monday, February 10.  The Studio 23 Artist, Valerie Allen, who will paint as the music inspires her at the SBSO’s February concert, Vivid Colors, Dance, & Beauty on Saturday, February 8 at 8:00 PM at the Temple Theatre, will be the featured guest.

Donations can be dropped off at the Temple Theatre Box Office during normal business hours, Pit and Balcony Theatre, January 24-Feb 11, The Saginaw Art Museum,  and at Studio 23 in Bay City, February 6-8.

Orchestras Feeding America was inspired by the film The Soloist, starring Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey, Jr. The movie was based on the true story of the relationship between Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez and Nathaniel Anthony Ayers, a gifted Juilliard-trained string player whose mental illness landed him among the homeless on the streets of Los Angeles. Featuring the Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Soloist is a testament to the redemptive power of music and a reminder of our connections to the most vulnerable among us.

Help us fill the boxes and feed our community!