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Battle Creek Symphony

115th Concert Season

Exciting evenings await you at the beautiful W. K. Kellogg Auditorium with Maestra Anne Harrigan and the Battle Creek Symphony's 115th season.

The 2013/14 Concert Season is a celebration of not only 115 years of quality music with Michigan's longest continuously running orchestra -- the Battle Creek Symphony, but we will also celebrate 10 years of artistic excellence with Maestra Anne Harrigan. Celebrate with a season subscription to all five shows!

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Celebrations at the Symphony
October 5, 2013
Celebrations at the Symphony

 


 

The Nutcracker
Ballet
December 14, 2013
The Nutcracker Ballet

Carmina Burana
February 22, 2014
Carmina Burana

 



 

Cirque Fantasy
March 22, 2014
Cirque Fantasy

Gilmore Grand
May 3, 2014
Gilmore Grand

 

   
  New to Online Ticketing?

Online ticketing is a quick and easy way to select your seats. Click here for step by step instructions.

We can also walk you through it the first time over the phone if you like. Call us at 269-963-1911 and we'd be glad to help you with your online order or take your ticket in person.

  Ticket Exchange

Ticket exchange-- If you can't make it to a concert, contact us by 5pm the Friday before the concert and we’ll (a) exchange your tickets for tickets to a future concert; or (b) accept your tickets as a donation and mail you a receipt for tax purposes.

  Find WKKA Auditorium


W.K. Kellogg Auditorium
60 West Van Buren Street
Battle Creek, MI 49017

Direction : Corner of Mc Camly St. & W. Van Buren. Auditorium is attached to W.K. Kellogg Jr High School. W.K. Kellogg Auditorium is across from Willard Libary Parking Lot & Clara's Restruant. Take I-94 to business loop M-66 North Bound. Turn west onto W. Van Buren approximately 3 blocks. 

  Mythbusters

Myth #1. Symphony Concerts are not affordable. In fact, you can get tickets for as low as $8 per ticket!

Myth #2. Symphony Concerts are boring. Symphony music is some of the most exciting and dramatic music ever written. That's why so many movie scores are inspired by symphonic classics.

Myth #3. Concerts are stuffy and long. Our typical concerts are less than two hours and have an upbeat, multi-media approach.

Myth #4. You have to wear a suit and a tie to go to a concert. Come as you like. Some folks like to dress up, others prefer a more casual look. Myth #5. You can only applaud at certain times. We love your applause!

 

2013-2014 Season Preview

Excerpts from the Battle Creek Symphony's performance of "The Planets"