They send a very important message to their peers that their belief in an ensemble’s value to the community warrants their patronage and support. We’re grateful that you like to share your enthusiasm about ABS with others, so here’s a way to do that and save in the process.
Please note that you must order those discounted tickets along with your renewal or new subscription. To take advantage of this offer, please call our office at 415-621-7900.
We have worked hard to keep our ticket prices low, so please consider helping us bridge the gap by making a tax-deductible contribution with your ticket orders.
ABS brings you the world's leading Early Music musicians in programs on the cutting edge of historical performance practice. Subscribers are guaranteed the best seats in the house—year after year!
Subscribers receive an average discount of 15% off individual ticket prices. And you'll never pay a handling charge—all season long.
Plans sometimes change…only subscribers can exchange their tickets for another concert date and location. And don't worry if you misplace your tickets: just give us a call and we'll have a new set waiting for you at the concert.
Our Patron Services Manager gives VIP priority to subscribers and is available to help you with special needs or requests. And subscribers receive advance ordering privileges for all concerts before general public sales and subscriber-only newsletters including program notes and artist biographies in advance via email.
As a thank you for your patronage, you can purchase additional tickets for family and friends at the same discounted rate that is offered to you as a subscriber. Share your enthusiasm about ABS with others, and save in the process! Please note that you must order those discounted tickets along with your subscription order. This offer is not available online, so please call our office at 415-621-7900.
Would you like alternate performance dates or venues for your subscription?
Please call (415) 621-7900.
Subscription sales in Berkeley are temporarily suspended due to the recent fire in First Congregational Church. Please stay tuned for developments.