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Chrysler Hall

215 St Pauls Blvd
Norfolk, VA 23510

Phone:  (757) 664-6464
Capacity: 2,500
Parking:  Parking is available at several downtown Norfolk lots nearby.

Click here for an interactive parking map.

Subscribers to the Classics and Pops series at Chrysler Hall have the option of purchasing reserved parking in the Scope garage.  This service is managed by the City of Norfolk.  Order forms are included in subscriber kits, which are mailed mid-July. For more information on Chrysler Hall, please visit SevenVenues.com.

Accessible seating is available by contacting our box office at (757) 892-6366.

Assisted listening devices are available to hearing-impaired patrons at no cost.  Please see the House Manager on duty to request yours.

Chrysler Hall

Upcoming Concerts at Chrysler Hall

Symphony Under the Stars draws 2,000

Gloucester Arts Festival and The Cook Foundation held the annual “Symphony Under the Stars” free family concert Saturday night, attracting a crowd of 2,000, according to festival representatives, to enjoy a Broadway Celebration with the Virginia Symphony Orchestra....

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Symphony Under the Stars Saturday in Gloucester

The Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s Symphony Under the Stars, one of the signature events of the Gloucester Arts Festival, will take place on Saturday, beginning at 7 p.m. on the lawn at Main Street and Walter Reed Way in Gloucester. The local group Liberty Dolls will...

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Virginia Symphony Orchestra Presents 2024/25 Season

HAMPTON ROADS, VA [March 4, 2024] – The future of the VSO shines brightly. Today the Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Music Director, Eric Jacobsen announced details of the 2024/25 season. Patrons should look forward to a season full of joy, live music to enjoy...

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Holiday Brass

Holiday Brass

Join us for the must-see holiday tradition of the season! There’s no better way to lift your spirits than with seasonal songs and traditional carols delivered in full sound and spectacle by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s Holiday Brass. The bold sounds of the...

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A Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.

A Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.

Join the Virginia Symphony Orchestra for a concert paying homage to the visionary civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This concert is FREE, but registration is encouraged. Everett McCorvey, conductor Summer Littles, violin Alicia Russell Tagert, soprano...

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Chris Thile

Chris Thile

Here's a program to delight the imagination, tickle the funnybone, and spur conversation long after the last note rings out! GRAMMY-winning mandolinist Chris Thile's witty new "narrative song cycle for extroverted mandolinist and orchestra" – co-commissioned by...

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Romeo & Juliet with JoAnn

Romeo & Juliet with JoAnn

JoAnn Falletta returns to conduct one of her favorites—Prokofiev’s powerful and passionate music for Romeo & Juliet. Plus, Hampton Roads’ own Adolphus Hailstork, hailed as “the Dean of African-American composers,” brings us a brand new piano concerto in its local...

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Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

One of the most beloved works of all time, Tchaikovsky’s concerto will take you on a journey – from the bold and virtuosic, through the lyrical and melancholy, to a grand and cathartic finale. Join us for this unforgettable performance, led by our own Principal Guest...

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To Whitney with Love

To Whitney with Love

Join American Idol finalist LaKisha Jones in a celebration of the great ladies of soul, from Diana Ross, Donna Summer, Tina Turner, the legendary Aretha Franklin and the one and only Whitney Houston. Adam Turner, conductor LaKisha Jones, vocalist   THANKS TO OUR...

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Carmina Burana

Carmina Burana

The Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will be joined by the Virginia Children’s Chorus to take the stage for one of the most epic works ever written! Join us for Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana – an uproarious and intoxicating depiction of a raucous medieval paradise....

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Sinatra and Beyond

Sinatra and Beyond

Called “two parts Frank Sinatra and one part Billy Joel,” the triple-threat singer/pianist/songwriter Tony DeSare takes on the legend of Ol’ Blue Eyes himself. From jazz clubs to Carnegie Hall to headlining with major symphony orchestras, Tony DeSare delivers a fresh...

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Tchaikovsky 6: The Story Behind the Music

Tchaikovsky 6: The Story Behind the Music

In this intimate program, join Eric Jacobsen as he tells us the story behind the music of Tchaikovsky’s final completed symphony, full of passion and emotion. Excerpts from the work will illustrate a narrative that brings the music to life, setting the stage for a...

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Handel’s Messiah

Handel’s Messiah

It’s Southeastern Virginia’s grandest Messiah! Iconic music including the Hallelujah chorus portrays one of the greatest stories ever told. This year will feature the full Christmas portion in addition to selections from the second and third parts of this sacred...

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Holiday POPs Series

Holiday POPs Series

Join us for the must-see holiday tradition of the season – Holiday POPS! There’s no better way to lift your spirits than with seasonal songs and traditional carols delivered in full sound and spectacle by the Virginia Symphony and special guests. Holiday POPS will...

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A Symphony Concert of Profound and Positive Hope

By Montague Gammon IIIVeer Magazine Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s Brahms and Dvořák with Thomas Wilkins November concert features “music that is going to make you feel better about yourself at the end of the evening,” says the VSO’s Principal Guest Conductor Wilkins,...

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Rocking Rachmaninoff

By Jeff Maisey Veer Magazine Earlier this year, the Virginia Arts Festival celebrated in grand style the 150th birthday of Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff with a series of chamber music concerts featuring the internationally acclaimed Dali Quartet and violinist...

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Feast Festively on Beethoven’s Bounty

By Montague Gammon III Veer Magazine The Virginia Symphony opens its 2023-24 Season with a Beethoven Festival whose bounties Music Director and concert conductor Eric Jacobsen twice likened to a “steak dinner with dessert,” a two course musical feast of “pieces that...

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Virginia Symphony Orchestra Holds Free Spring Concerts

HAMPTON ROADS, VIRGINIA [May 24, 2023] – The Virginia Symphony Orchestra will present “Symphony Under the Stars” and “Symphony on the Lawn,” conducted by VSO’s Director of Education, Helen Martell and featuring Angelica Michelle, vocalist. This year’s concerts, in...

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE TO LEAVE VIRGINIA SYMPHONY THIS FALL

HAMPTON ROADS, VA [April 26, 2022] Karen M. Philion, who has served as the Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s President and CEO since 2014, has announced she will step down in the fall after more than a decade with the organization. During her tenure, Philion is credited...

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9.17.21 | The New Maestro

by Jeff Maisey | VEER MagSeptember 17, 2021 By Montague Gammon III The newly appointed twelfth Music Director of our Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Eric Jacobsen, flew into town from his current home in Brooklyn late last month, hitting the ground – or rather the stage...

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