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Concert Schedule

All concerts take place at the Barbara W. Nelson Fine Arts Center at Bay High School
1200 Harrison Avenue, Panama City, FL
Concerts begin at 7:00PM
(unless otherwise noted)

Single Tickets go on sale August 19, 2024


926Concert Schedule

Sep 21, 2024, Sat | 7:00 PM

A Grand Bohemian Celebration

Grand castles and beautiful landscapes set the scene for the Symphony’s 29th season opener. From Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, the Symphony traverses a musical landscape steeped in tradition and rich history and celebrates the contributions of renowned Czech composer Bedřich Smetana on the 200th anniversary of his birth. The romantic melodies from Don Quixote and familiar rhythms of the Beer Barrel Polka create lasting memories of opening night.

924Concert Schedule

Oct 12, 2024, Sat | 7:00 PM

Nightmare on the Bay: Mischief at the Masquerade Ball

It’s a lavish masquerade ball, and a full orchestra is set to perform – but the MAESTRO IS MISSING! Join us for a fantastic evening of mischief, deception, and music. Experience unexpected twists and turns and a daring escape for a stunning conclusion you won’t want to miss.


923Concert Schedule

Nov 30, 2024, Sat | 6:00 PM

Beach Home for the Holidays

Continuing a holiday tradition, the Panama City Symphony celebrates the season with festive melodies and timeless holiday classics. Don your favorite holiday apparel and head to Aaron Bessant Park to enjoy the Symphony, Santa, and S’mores!

Sponsored by Visit Panama City Beach. Concert is free and open to the public.

922Concert Schedule

Dec 14, 2024, Sat | 7:00 PM

Holiday By The Bay: The Magical Sounds of Christmas with Justin John Moniz

Magic, Merriment, and Music! Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the holidays with the Panama City Symphony! The familiar sounds of the season come alive with the dynamic vocals of special guest, tenor Justin John Moniz. It is an evening of musical gifts sure to put you in the holiday spirit!

921Concert Schedule

Jan 11, 2025, Sat | 7:00 PM

Rachmaninoff and the Golden Age of Cinema

The Symphony rolls out the red carpet to welcome back piano virtuoso Ilya Yakushev for a masterful performance of Rachmaninoff’s Concerto No. 2. Then follow the yellow brick road with the Symphony on a journey through the Golden Age of Cinema and a selection of Hollywood’s most memorable movie scores. It’s an evening of drama, adventure, and sweeping melodies worthy of an Oscar!

1098Concert Schedule

Jan 12, 2025, Sun | 2:30 PM

Rachmaninoff and the Golden Age of Cinema

The Symphony rolls out the red carpet to welcome back piano virtuoso Ilya Yakushev for a masterful performance of Rachmaninoff’s Concerto No. 2. Then follow the yellow brick road with the Symphony on a journey through the Golden Age of Cinema and a selection of Hollywood’s most memorable movie scores. It’s an evening of drama, adventure, and sweeping melodies worthy of an Oscar!

961Concert Schedule

Feb 8, 2025, Sat | 7:00 PM

Tribute to Tchaikovsky

A tribute to talent featuring the winners of the Panama City Symphony Emerging Artist Competition and the full force of the orchestra. Memorable melodies from Sleeping Beauty and Eugene Onegin are contrasted with the powerful themes of fate and struggle in Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 5. Immerse yourself in the music and emerge transfixed by Tchaikovsky and the talents of the competition winners.

962Concert Schedule

Mar 15, 2025, Sat | 7:00 PM

My Favorite Things: Music of Rodgers and Hammerstein

Join the Panama City Symphony for the 80th anniversary in celebration of the musical collaboration of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. Take a symphonic journey from Oklahoma! to South Pacific and be transported by the melodies of some of America’s most beloved music from Broadway. An evening of entertainment that will strike a chord with the young and the young at heart.

963Concert Schedule

Apr 12, 2025, Sat | 7:00 PM

Music of the Cosmos

The Panama City Symphony takes off on a celestial adventure! Float through the stars to the sounds of Vaughn Williams’ Lark Ascending and be propelled through space with Gustav Holst’s, The Planets. Accompanied by mesmerizing projections of galaxies, stars, nebulas, and planets, the stage is set for an unforgettable stellar evening.