FAQs

  1. Where are the Greensboro Symphony Administration and Box Offices located?
    The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra Administration and Box Offices are located at: 200 N. Davie Street, Suite 301, in downtown Greensboro.
    Link to Maps.
  2. What is the difference in size of each performance venue?
    The capacity of the War Memorial Auditorium is 2,376; the capacity of the Greensboro Coliseum (Holiday Concert only) is 23,000; the capacity of the UNCG School of Music Recital Hall is 352; the capacity of the Alumni Gym at Elon University is 9,000; and the capacity of Westover Church is 2,900.
    See seating charts here.
  3. How long is each concert?
    Each concert program varies in length. The Masterworks, POPS and Holiday concerts run approximately 2 hours. The Chamber concerts run approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.
  4. What age do children have to be to attend?
    Children over the age of 6 are welcome to attend all Greensboro Symphony Orchestra performances. Student discounts ($5 tickets) are available for children, ages 6-18.
  5. What is the parking availability for each facility?
    The parking, including handicapped spaces, is convenient at each venue. Masterworks Patrons who contribute a minimum of $1,000 to the Annual Fund have the opportunity to purchase parking in the V.I.P. Parking Lot in front of War Memorial Auditorium. For more information, call Lisa Crawford, President & CEO, at 336.335.5456, Ext. 222
  6. What is the dress code?
    As a general guideline, dress at symphonic performances ranges from casual to dressy.
  7. Where is the best place to sit during the concert?
    Your personal preference will dictate where you think is the best place to sit. Both main floor and balcony seating in the War Memorial Auditorium, Greensboro Coliseum and Westover Church allow excellent listening and viewing. Main floor seating is available in UNCG School of Music Recital Hall.
  8. Is each facility handicapped accessible?
    Yes, each venue is handicapped accessible.
  9. What are the dates of the 2010-2011 season?
    Masterworks, Chamber, POPS and the Gospel concerts occur September through May. Click Here to see our Season Calendar.
  10. How do I become a subscriber?
    Simply call the Greensboro Symphony Box Office at 336.335.5456, Ext. 224, and a season brochure will be mailed to you. Staff members are also available to talk with you about the different subscription packages available. You may subscribe by phone (336.335.5456, Ext. 224) or by FAX (336.335.5580).
  11. How do I become a donor?
    Contact Lisa Crawford, President & CEO, at 336.335.5456, Ext. 222 to discuss the benefits of becoming a donor.
  12. What is the difference between ticket prices?
    The difference in price is based upon the seating section in each venue and whether the price is for a student or adult. Student prices are available for children, ages 6-18. Please refer to Tickets and Seating.
  13. How can we purchase tickets and where do we pick them up?
    Tickets can be purchased at the Greensboro Symphony Box Office by phone, FAX, or in person. The Box Office number is 336.335.5456, Ext. 224. A representative will place your order and either mail your tickets or hold them at Will Call for pick up on night of concert. Box Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. The office is located in the Greensboro Cultural Building at 200 N. Davie Street, Suite 301 in downtown Greensboro. Tickets can also be purchased through Ticketmaster.com by calling 336-852-1100, the Greensboro Coliseum Box Office at 1921 W. Lee Street in Greensboro or www.greensborosymphony.org.
  14. Can I purchase gift certificates to a concert?
    Gift certificates can be purchased through the Symphony Box Office and must be redeemed within the season they are purchased.
  15. Are exchanges/refunds available?
    Exchanges are only available to subscribers and are subject to availability. There is no exchange fee for subscribers; however, any difference in ticket prices will be charged. There are no refunds on subscription or single ticket purchases.

Greensboro Symphony Orchestra
200 N. Davie Street - Box 10 | Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

For Tickets and Information:
336.335.5456 Ext. 224 | Fax 336.335.5580

Greensboro Symphony Orchestra
200 North Davie Street, Suite 301
Greensboro, North Carolina 27401

For Tickets:
336.335.5456 Ext. 224
Fax 336.335.5580