In the elegant and intimate setting of downtown Memphis’ Halloran Centre, Memphis Symphony Orchestra Music Director Robert Moody unlocks the musical genius of Beethoven, deconstructs the full historical arc of music from the Gregorian Chant to music of great 21st Century Composers, and the takes audiences to the “Crossroads,” where Delta Blues Robert Johnson and Igor Stravinsky meet. Spend an evening at the Halloran Centre experiencing live orchestral music with a unique twist only Robert Moody can provide! Have a cocktail, bring your friends, and immerse yourself in an auditory journey.
Single show tickets are available now, and prices vary by show.
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Create a custom On Stage at the Halloran Centre experience while enjoying exclusive savings and benefits!
Purchase a flexible package of 8 or more tickets now that can be used for the shows of your choosing throughout the season. Eight-ticket packages are $260, and you can add more seats to your package for $32.50 per ticket.
Packages include VIP perks like restaurant discounts, optional pre-paid parking, and invitations to special events.
Flexible packages are not available online; please visit or call the box office. Tickets purchased as part of flexible packages cannot be used for the Songwriters Series.
Robert Moody and Memphis Symphony Orchestra take the Beethoven Symphony No. 7 and completely dissect it.
This very fun concert will show the audience just how music went from single monastic tones in the 9th Century to the explosion of musical styles we now celebrate in the 21st.
Robert Moody takes Stravinsky immortal music/theater piece A Soldier’s Tale, written during the World War I, and creates a mash-up with the greatest tunes Robert Johnson, who met the “Devil at the Crossroads” near Clarksdale, Mississippi, not long after Stravinsky told his musical tale.