UChicago Presents' subscribers are some of the series' most loyal audience members. We are grateful for the trust you have placed in us by subscribing to the 2020/21 season even given so much uncertainty, and we will continue to take care of you to the best of our ability.
Subscribers who hold tickets to concerts that are canceled, rescheduled for a future season, or that will only be offered via streaming will have the value of those tickets automatically added to their account.
Subscribers enjoy maximum flexibility and savings. Save 25% compared to single ticket prices and enjoy benefits including flexible ticket exchange and 20% off of additional single tickets. First-time subscribers receive an additional 5% off subscription package pricing.
Renewing subscribers may call or visit the UChicago Arts Box Office. Current subscribers will also receive a personalized renewal form in the mail.
Full Season Pass
$775 compared to $1107 full season without subscribing
Classic Concert Series
$205 compared to $273 full series without subscribing
(7 concerts – Music from Copland House with Susan Graham; Quatuor Diotima (Late Beethoven Quartets II); Jennifer Koh, violin, and Thomas Sauer, piano; Doric String Quartet with Benjamin Grosvenor, piano; Hélène Grimaud, piano; Ian Bostridge, tenor; Trio Solisti)
Howard Mayer Brown International Early Music Series
$117 compared to $156 full series without subscribing
(4 concerts – Vox Luminis; Tabea Debus, recorder; Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord; Ensemble Correspondances)
Music Without Borders Series
$68 compared to $90 full series without subscribing
(3 concerts – Aurelio Martínez; Shomyo no Kai; Kayhan Kalhor)
Jazz at the Logan Series
$146 compared to $195 full series without subscribing
(5 concerts – Jane Bunnett and Maqueque; Charles Lloyd's Kindred Spirits; Joel Ross's Good Vibes with Brandee Younger, harp; Uri Caine's The Passion of Octavius Catto; Guillermo Klein and Los Guachos)
$75 compared to $100 full series without subscribing
(5 concerts – "Celebrating George Benjamin"; Wet Ink; and 3 Grossman Ensemble Concerts)
SEASON EXCLUSIVE SERIES
$74 compared to $98 full series without subscribing
(3 concerts – David Greilsammer, piano; Paul Jacobs, organ; Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord)
Beethoven 250th Anniversary Series
$137 compared to $195 full series without subscribing (30% savings)
(5 concerts – Beethoven's Late Quartets with Quatuor Diotima; Beethoven's Legacy with Michael Brown, piano; Bridge to Beethoven with Jennifer Koh, violin, and Thomas Sauer, piano)
Quatuor Diotima Series
$164 compared to $234 full series without subscribing
(6 concerts – Beethoven's Late Quartets; Bartók's Complete String Quartets; Fanny Mendelssohn's Legacy)
Create your own flexible series to guide your experience with us. UChicago Presents has a unique variety of performers and genres, allowing you to mold eclectic combinations that span styles, histories and geographic borders. We understand you love great music and want to give you the chance to enjoy the world’s best, close to home, and within your budget.
- Guaranteed Best Seating
- Full Season subscribers save more than 30% off single ticket prices
- Subscriber discount of 20% off all additional single tickets
- UChicago Faculty and Staff receive an additional 5% off subscription pricing
- Flexible Ticket Exchange Benefit
- Lost Ticket Replacement
- Dining Privileges and Discounts at Hyde Park Restaurants
- Delectable restaurant partners included in your Subscriber Guide which is delivered with your season tickets
- Special Offers throughout the Season
How to Renew or Purchase Subscriptions
By Phone: Call the UChicago Arts Box Office at 773.702.ARTS (2787). Open Tuesday through Saturday from 12-6 PM (Summer hours are Monday-Friday, 12-6 PM). All major credit cards accepted.
By Mail: Mail your request and payment to Subscriptions, University of Chicago Presents, Logan Center Box Office, 915 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. We accept all major credit cards and checks made payable to the University of Chicago.
In Person: Stop by the UChicago Arts Box Office, located at 915 East 60th Street, from 12-6 PM, Tuesday through Saturday. (Open later during performances.)