- 1 What do you wear to an orchestra?
- 2 How much does it cost to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra?
- 3 Is there more than one Trans-Siberian Orchestra?
- 4 Are floor seats good for Trans-Siberian Orchestra?
- 5 How long does an orchestra concert last?
- 6 What is the difference between a philharmonic and symphony orchestra?
What do you wear to an orchestra?
There is no official dress code, but you’ll see guests wearing everything from jeans to cocktail dresses. Most guests opt for business attire or business casual. Some people enjoy dressing up and making a special night of it, others prefer to dress more laid back. Generally, the only tuxes you’ll see are on stage.
How much does it cost to see the Trans-Siberian Orchestra?
Typically, Trans-Siberian Orchestra tickets can be found for as low as $74.00, with an average price of $115.00.
Is there more than one Trans-Siberian Orchestra?
Per usual, there will be two touring iterations of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, which allows for shows in multiple cities on the same day, oftentimes with two performances each day.
Are floor seats good for Trans-Siberian Orchestra?
We recommend getting floor level or lower level seats for Trans-Siberian Orchestra. While the upper level provides a great overall view of the concert, it’s nice to have an up close view of each performer.
How long does an orchestra concert last?
Orchestral concerts vary in length depending on the music being performed. Most concerts last between 90 minutes and two hours, including one intermission. A few concerts, such as opera productions, may run somewhat longer. Family Concerts and Friday Morning Matinees last about one hour.
What is the difference between a philharmonic and symphony orchestra?
The short answer is: there is no difference at all. They are different names for the same thing, that is, a full-sized orchestra of around 100 musicians, intended primarily for a symphonic repertoire.