Melissa Seamons

Melissa Seamons

Monday, 22 May 2017 09:55

2017-2018 Season Tickets

OSBA is in the process of updating our online ticket sales, so season tickets are not available online at this time. However, season tickets are available over the phone (801-399-9214) or at our Downtown Ogden office at 638 26th Street. 

Season tickets are on sale NOW! Single event tickets available on June 15.

The following are the programs planned for the 2017-2018 OSBA Season:

Entertainament Series:
Utah Symphony: Broadway Divas -- October 26, 2017 
Utah Symphony: A Broadway Christmas with Brian Stokes Mitchell -- December 14, 2017
Utah Symphony: Dancing & Romancing -- February 8, 2018
Utah Symphony: Audra McDonald -- March 22, 2018

Masterworks Series:
Utah Symphony: Rachmaninoff & Ravel -- November 2, 2017
Utah Symphony: Carnival of the Animals -- December 7, 2017
Utah Symphony: Mozart & Haydn -- February 1, 2018
Utah Symphony: Shostakovich -- April 26, 2018

NEW Dance Series:
BODYTRAFFIC -- October 13, 2017
BYU Ballroom Dance -- November 4, 2017
Collage Dance Collective -- January 25, 2018
Parsons Dance -- March 3, 2018

Special Events: 
Utah Symphony: Patriotic Pops -- June 30, 2017
Ballet West: The Nutcracker -- November 24 & 25, 2017
Utah Symphony: Green Eggs & Ham -- March 13, 2018
Utah Symphony: Scheherazade -- April 12, 2018
Ballet West II: Aladdin -- May 5, 2018
Youth Benefit Concert -- May 10, 2018


Thursday, 12 May 2016 14:42

Patriotic Pops at Snowbasin


June 30, 2017 | 8:00 p.m.

Jerry Steichen, conductor
Lisa Vroman, soprano

Join us under the stars for a grand salute to the red, white, and blue. This celebration of America will feature Broadway star Lisa Vroman, who thrilled audiences as Christine in The Phantom of the Opera. Don't miss this chance to celebrate the birth of our nation right in the middle of purple mountain majesties! At Snowbasin Ski Resort

Tuesday, 05 January 2016 11:29

The Holidays at the OSBA

As the noise of the holiday season dies down and we settle into a new year, we like to reflect on some of the magic of the Christmas season. The holidays are a busy time for us here at OSBA, and this year we successfully put on three great shows.

To kick it off, Ballet West presented the beloved Nutcracker ballet. Something about listening to the Overture of Tchaikovsky’s most famous work rings Christmas to my ears. The 2015 Nutcracker set a record in our box office as many families attended to renew a favorite holiday tradition or start a new one. Needless to say, the dancers and musicians left us all with visions of sugar plums dancing in our heads.

December twelfth we welcomed the jolly old elf himself in the lobby of the Browning Center. Young and old had the opportunity to whisper in his ear their Christmas wishes and also make adorable tree ornaments made from muffin papers. The Utah Symphony then treated us to a score of our favorite holiday carols, making for a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon making our days merry and bright.

To close our holiday season, we were thrilled to have Five Carols for Christmas and JingleJacks give us stitches in our sides and leave us rolling on the floor after their hysterical performances.

All in all, we had a fabulous holiday. We hope that you, and all our patrons, had the same and we can’t wait to see you at our upcoming performances!

Wednesday, 04 February 2015 00:00

Student Symphony Clubs


Wednesday, 04 February 2015 00:00

Family Fun Discount Card

OSBA has a fantastic offer for Family Fun this spring.  We have partnered with local non-profits and businesses to create a Family Fun Discount Card.

FatCats Ogden and Dartside​ have generously sponsored the card and our partners include: Dartside, Eccles Community Arts Center, Hill Areospace Museum, Kangaroo Zoo, Ogden Nature Center, Ogden Union Station, Toad's Fun Zone, and Treehouse Children's Museum.

The card can be purchased from the Ogden Symphony Ballet Association for $10.00.  You will receive a Fun Pass from FatCats Ogden and be entered to win a Free bowling party for up to 10 people, or a 5 person pass to Dartside.  You can use the discount card at the above mentioned places and once you have completed three of the activities you return the discount card to OSBA for a FREE family pack (up to six tickets) to one of our family concerts.

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Wednesday, 04 February 2015 00:00

Masterworks Music Detectives

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Friday, 30 January 2015 00:00

Classical Music = Smarter


When I tell my friends about a symphony concert I’m going to, they get excited. Really excited! Why? Well, they are all aspiring musicians. Do we tell our other, non-musician friends about the concerts? Not usually. Because for some reason most people think that it will be boring…

Until they actually attend a concert.

When someone like me goes to the symphony and begins to listen to the music, they get excited and thrilled by the music being performed on stage. Music can be anything from upbeat edge-of-your-seat type, to the gentler pull-your-heart-out type of music. Melodies jump around from instrument to instrument and the sounds they can produce are so different and intriguing. Not to mention that watching the musicians to see the faces they pull and the way they move as they get into the music is quite interesting, and often entertaining in itself.

Notice the millions of studies done over many, many years. Listening to classical music (in addition to being highly enjoyable) can help make you smarter. This is because of the complexity of the music assisting in stimulation of nerve activity in the brain. Yes, all music can stimulate the brain, but because of passing melodies and complexity of the music, classical music is one of the most effective resources. It creates reasoning skills and keeps the nerves activated the more you listen to it. Preparing for a test? Trying to remember all that information? Need to wake up those memory skills? Classical music is the answer. See? Smarter.

If you are a member of Allegro!, a Weber State University club associated with Ogden Symphony Ballet, the perks are even better! Not only do you get to attend awesome concerts with the Utah Symphony, but you can get tickets for $5. That’s like, 50% off the already discounted student price. AND, it gets better! During intermission we have a room scheduled for Allegro! members only and we provide refreshments for a little energy boost before returning to the rest of the concert. Music = emotional and mental energy. Refreshments = physical energy. Classical music = smarter.

So the next time you have the opportunity to attend the symphony, don’t pass it up. The benefits are just too good to miss.


Friday, 19 October 2012 14:26

Seating Charts

Seating Charts with Prices for the 2012-2013 Season
















Download BYU Seating Chart Here

Friday, 10 August 2012 00:00

Educational Outreach

The educational outreach program originated in 2001 as a collaborative effort between the Ogden Symphony Ballet Association (OSBA) and the local school districts.  The objective of the program is to provide an opportunity for secondary students to attend a live symphony or ballet performance at no cost with the hope that they will become future patrons of the arts.  From our experience we have seen that many teenagers and young adults do not have the opportunity to attend a live performance of the symphony or ballet.  The tickets provide a chance to expose these students to "new," exciting and interesting music.

Featured Program...

OSBA has a fantastic offer for Family Fun this spring.  We have partnered with local non-profits and businesses to create a Family Fun Discount Card.

FatCats Ogden​ has generously sponsored the card and our partners include: Ogden Nature Center​, Treehouse Children's Museum​, Ogden's Union Station​, Eccles Community Art Center​, Weber County Library​, & Kangaroo Zoo​.

The card can be purchased from the Ogden Symphony Ballet Association for $10.00.  You will receive a Fun Pass from FatCats Ogden and be entered to win a $50 gift card or a free bowling party.  You can use the discount card at the above mentioned places and once you have completed three of the activities you return the discount card to OSBA for a FREE family pack, up to six tickets, to one of our family concerts.





Friday, 10 June 2011 00:00

Youth Guild Is Recruiting New Members

Youth Guild is recruiting new members for the 2016-2017 Season!

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What is Youth Guild? The Youth Guild is a student service and social club. The Guild's mission is to enhance appreciation of and build future audiences for live symphonic music and classical dance performances. Guild members help stuff programs and serve as volunteer ushers for all OSBA performances. They also participate in educational and social functions, such as last year's brunch featuring Rei Hotoda, associate conductor of the Utah Symphony.

Do I Get to Watch the Performances? Yes! All Guild members receive free tickets to any OSBA performance (even if they are not ushering). In addition, family members can purchase up to 6 discounted tickets for any performances on the day of the show.

Who Can Apply? Membership is open to all students, male and female, from 9th to 12th grades. Guild dues are $30 per year. Membership is limited to the first 150 applicants.  

How Do I Apply? Just fill out the Application found by clicking on the link below. Then bring your completed application and guild dues to the OSBA office (638 E 26th Street) or call us at 801-399-9214.


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