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Join the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra for an Easter Sunday celebration of three iconic works – Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, Mozart’s Symphony No. 29, and the seventh symphony of Sibelius. Regular ticket prices start at $40. Special pricing is available for seniors, families, youth (15-26), and groups of 10 or more. FREE underground parking is included with every ticket purchase. Click HERE to buy.

Soloist Talisa Blackman joins the MSO for a thrilling performance of Gershwin’s masterpiece, Rhapsody in Blue. Seamlessly combining elements of classical music with jazz and pop, Rhapsody in Blue embodies the spirit of the Roaring Twenties and the cultural dynamism of the time.

Composed when Mozart was only 18 years old, Symphony No. 29 is known for its elegance, youthful exuberance, and melodic richness. The symphony is a beloved and frequently performed work, showcasing Mozart’s genius at a young age.

An unprecedented 22-minute single movement, SibeliusSymphony No. 7 is considered one of the masterpieces of 20th century orchestral repertoire. Symphony No. 7  is the final symphony composed by Sibelius, and a robust farewell to the Romantic era.


Rhapsody in Blue (100th Anniversary)


Symphony No. 29 (250th Anniversary)


Symphony No. 7 (100th Anniversary)