Happy Hour Concerts

Mozart & Martinis / Beer & Beethoven

New to classical music? Try the Victoria Symphony Happy Hour Concerts. Enjoy a cocktail or a beer in a unique venue and a sampling of classical music: Mozart or Beethoven and their friends. These relaxed concerts offer guests the chance to mix and mingle, enjoy a cocktail and a snack while they listen to live orchestra music.

Details below are from the 2020 Mozart & Martinis. Stay tuned for upcoming concerts in 2021/22 and beyond.

Happy Hour Concerts - Mozart & Martinis

Mozart & Martinis is January 23, 2020 at the Atrium Building. 800 Yates St. Doors open at 5:30 pm and the concert begins at 6:00 pm.

New to symphonic music and looking for a different type of concert? The VS is introducing a new concert experience where you can have a drink, a bite to eat, and listen to one of history’s greatest composers: Mozart.

Starting right after work, you’ll enjoy martini as well as appetizers while listening to the VS perform in a unique venue in downtown Victoria. It’s a chance to mix and mingle with your friends and the orchestra, and enjoy good food and drink while listening to our talented orchestra play beautiful music.

We’d like to thank our sponsors for making this event happen!

Island SavingsVessel / Lighthouse Brewery / Pedersen’s Event Rentals / Toque Catering / White Lotus Events/ Kool Fm / Used.ca

Details below are from the 2019 Beer & Beethoven. Dates for 2021 are TBD. Stay tuned.

Happy Hour Concerts - Beer & Beethoven

Beer & Beethoven is July 27, 2019 and we will have TWO concerts this year;

Sat, July 27th 2:30 PM – 4:30 pm

Sat, July 27th 5:00 PM – 7:00 pm

at Ogden Point, Breakwater Barge.

Enjoy a cold beer (or wine or cider) at beautiful Ogden Point and enjoy the music of Beethoven in the sunshine. What a wonderful way to spend the afternoon or evening!

Giuseppe Pietraroia, conductor

Photos from Mozart & Martinis

Photos from Beer & Beethoven!

The Victoria Symphony performs on the traditional lands of the Lekwungen peoples and acknowledges with respect the Songhees, Esquimalt and WSÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continues to this day. We extend our appreciation for the opportunity to live, create, and perform on this territory.