The San Diego Symphony has been delighting Southern Californian classical music lovers since 1910. The grand Copley Symphony Hall is its home, originally built as a Rococo-style movie palace in 1929. Don't be alarmed when you pull up to the address only to find a modern high-rise; the ornate auditorium remains intact inside—a jewel within a box. The classical season runs from October through May; the Summer Pops series takes the show outdoors, running from July to September at the Embarcadero Marina Park, and features crowd pleasers such as the Classical Mystery Tour, a tribute to the Beatles. Students may purchase $10 tickets one hour in advance for shows at the Copley Symphony Hall, subject to availability.
San Diego› Nightlife
San Diego Symphony
At Seventh Avenue, 750 B St.
Our Rating Neighborhood Downtown Transportation Bus: numerous Broadway routes; Trolley: Fifth Ave. Phone 619/235-0804 Prices Tickets $20–$100 Web site San Diego Symphony
MapAt Seventh Avenue, 750 B St. San Diego
Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.