12.05.2011 / Christmas with the Omaha Symphony

Every city has holiday traditions and Omaha is no different. One of our favorite Omaha Traditions is Christmas with the Symphony. Every year for the last 25 years, the Omaha Symphony has put on a Christmas show that has become a holiday must with many.

"This is not your typical symphony performance"

This year Christmas with the Symphony will feature brand new music and choreography, thanks to a new director.  This isn’t your “typical” symphony performance – the show will feature a quartet of Broadway musical stars, holiday classics, a full orchestral carol sing-along and the hilarious kick line of Dancing Santas. 

Christmas with the Symphony will be held at the Holland Center from Friday, December 16th to Sunday December 18th. There will be five performances (three night and two matinée performances).  Single tickets for Christmas with the Symphony start at $15 and are available by calling 402.345.0606, visiting, or at the Omaha Symphony Box Office at 1605 Howard Street.

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