Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra
830 North Eighth Street Sheboygan, WI 53081
It’s up to you! Contrary to what many think, formal wear is not required. Business casual is common. Concert goers dress in suits, sweaters and khakis. Wear what’s comfortable.
- Applause is a greeting and shows appreciation to the artists. Traditionally, patrons applaud when the concertmaster takes the stage and again to greet the conductor and any soloists.
- Musical works often have three or more movements (sections), as noted in the program. During the short pause between each movement, it’s customary to refrain from applauding. After the final movement, we encourage applauding to your heart’s content.
- Still not sure? Clap when the conductor turns around or steps off the podium. Or wait until the rest of the audience begins clapping!
Children four years and older are welcome at all performances with a purchased ticket. The Summer Pops concert and children’s concerts are perfect for children under six.
Concert length varies, with most performances lasting about two hours, including one intermission.
Yes. There is one 15-minute intermission. Feel free to use the restroom and stretch your legs.
The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra performs mainly classical pieces, but we throw in a twist of pop-oriented pieces to keep things fresh, innovative and fun. There’s always something for the whole family to love.
Video, pictures and audio recordings are prohibited, but we encourage attendees to share their experience with friends and family on social media before the concert, during intermission or afterwards.
The Sheboygan Symphony Orchestra performs in the historic Stefanie H. Weill Center for Performing Arts. This acoustically tuned theatre seats over 1,100 attendees and has a beautifully appointed stage. The theatre was opened in 1928 and following an extensive renovation was re-opened in 2001. For more information about the historic Weill Center, click here.
No carry-ins are allowed, but beverages and snacks are available for purchase at concession stations.
In addition to on-street parking, there are four parking lots near the theatre. Parking is free on weekends, holidays and after 5pm on weekdays. Handicapped parking is available near the concert hall on Niagara Avenue. The main entrance on Eighth Street is available for patron drop-off.