Tickets

Purchase Your Tickets Online and Save!

Advance ticket sales offer a reduced price compared to tickets purchased at the door.

Advance Individual ticket Pricing

$45 – Preferred Seating (Reserved front section of seats)

$35 – General Admission

Purchase tickets for single performances HERE 

At-the-Door Ticket Pricing

$38 - General Admission

Student Tickets

Student tickets are $5 at the door, with valid student ID.

 

Group Tickets

For advance group sales of 3 or more, and student groups of 6 or more, call us at 773-669-7335.

 

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions about tickets, please email Eric at eric.newberryconsort@gmail.com

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Reviews
Mon Oct 04, 2010 at 9:11 pm By Dennis Polkow Though not as high on the cognoscenti radar as the Chopin and Schumann bicentennials, the tercentenary of composer Thomas Arne (1710-1778) was celebrated Sunday afternoon by the Newberry Consort in - Baroque Britisher Thomas Arne rules in Newberry Consort season opener
Perhaps no concert in this year's festival stretches that boundary more than the one given by the Newberry Consort. - Newberry Consort runs gamut in Madison Early Music Festival
By Alan G. Artner, Special to the Tribune 9:48 AM CST, February 8, 2014 Friday night at the Newberry Library the Newberry Consort celebrated one of the most spectacular and outlandish banquets in history. Almost 460 years to the day, - Chicago Tribune – Review: Newberry Consort looks back 460 years
If this makes the music sound overly intellectual, the subject matter – love songs, evocations of bird song and other pastoral scenes – is pure, sensuous delight. - Consort performs ‘the subtle art’
BY KYLE MACMILLAN For Sun-Times Media, February 8, 2014 A concert program doesn’t necessarily need a theme to be successful, but sometimes a contextual format can provide a helpful entry point, especially if the music is little known, and enliven the - Vividly imaginative Renaissance program a Newberry Consort delight