Sandler Center for the Performing Arts

201 Market Street
Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Phone:  (757) 385-2787
Capacity:  1,200
Parking:  Free parking is available in several lots and garages in close proximity to the Sandler Center.  View a parking map of the area.

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If you need assistance while at the Sandler Center, please contact an usher or staff member. In addition, the Guest Services Center is located in the front atrium in front of the main entry doors. Any Guest Services Rep will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Special Features for Patrons with Disabilities

In addition to the main entrance, Bank and Commerce Street are also wheelchair accessible. Once inside the Sandler Center, elevators are available to provide access between levels.


Accessible seating is available at various locations throughout the Sandler Center and is available to the patron with the disability and one guest. To purchase, please call our box office at (757) 892-6366.


Accessible parking is available in all of the parking lots surrounding the Sandler Center. In order to park in the spaces reserved for disabled guests, the vehicle must have a state issued handicapped window pass, sticker, or license plate.

Assisted Listening Devices

Assisted listening devices are available to hearing-impaired guests at no cost.  They are available at the Guest Services/Coat Check booth located in the main lobby across from the entry doors.

Sandler Center for the Performing Arts

Upcoming Concerts at Sandler Center for the Performing Arts

Opening Celebration: The Centennial Season • 2/26/21 – 2/28/21

Friday, February 26, 2021 | Chrysler Hall | 7:30PM
Sunday, February 28, 2021 | Sandler Center for the Performing Arts | 2:30PM

From the much-loved “Pastoral” Symphony No. 6 by Beethoven to Robert Schumann’s one and only piano concerto, JoAnn Falletta has chosen a wide-ranging program of classics to show off the orchestra and soloists, including principal horn Jacob Wilder and French pianist Prisca Benoit – known for a refined pianistic touch with a wide range of colors. The Schumann concerto will be recorded for later release.

JoAnn Falletta, conductor
Jacob Wilder, horn
Prisca Benoit
, piano

Richard Strauss: Concerto No.1 in E-flat major for Horn & Orchestra, op.11
Piano Concerto
Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 “Pastoral”

Eric Jacobsen & Elliott Brothers • 3/5/21 – 3/7/21

Friday, March 5, 2021 | Ferguson Center for the Arts | 7:30PM
Saturday, March 6, 2021 | Venue TBA, Norfolk | 7:30PM
Sunday, March 7, 2021 | Sandler Center for the Performing Arts |

Newport News natives Brendon and Sterling Elliott, each embarking on their own impressive solo careers, will make a rare joint appearance with full symphony orchestra in Brahms’ Concerto for Violin and Cello.

Eric Jacobsen, conductor
Brendon Elliott, violin
Sterling Elliott, cello

Jessie Montgomery: Starburst
: Concerto for Violin and Cello
Jessie Montgomery: Records from a Dying City
Dvorak: Symphony No. 8

Brandenburg Concertos • 3/25/21 – 3/30/21

Thursday, March 25, 2021 | Ferguson Center for the Arts | 7:30PM
Saturday, March 27, 2021 | Harrison Opera House | 7:30PM
Tuesday, March 30, 2021 | Sandler Center for the Performing Arts | 7:30PM

Rarely presented in a single evening, the complete Brandenburg Concertos – six baroque masterpieces – spotlight the superlative musicians of the VSO. These musical jewels showcase individual instruments in melodies immediately recognized and beloved by musicians And audiences everywhere.

Cho-Liang Lin, conductor/violin
Members of the VSO

Bach: Brandenburg Concertos (Complete)

Mozart and Brahms • 4/30/21 – 5/2/21

Friday, April 30, 2021 | Ferguson Center for the Arts | 7:30PM
Sunday, May 2, 2021 | Sandler Center for the Performing Arts | 7:30PM

Popular former VSO Resident Conductor Benjamin Rous, now Music Director of the Charlottesville Symphony and on faculty at the University of Virginia, returns to conduct this performance which includes Brahms’ majestically beautiful Symphony No. 3. Also on the program is Mozart’s Symphony No. 36 which Mozart wrote in the score that the fourth (and final) movement should be played “as fast as possible,” and thus is a breathtaking finish to an accomplished work.

Benjamin Rous, conductor

Mozart: Symphony No. 36 in C major, K. 425 “Linz”
Kareem Roustom: Ramal
Brahms: Symphony No. 3