Cleveland Orchestra Reveals 'Frequent Fan Cards'
The Cleveland Orchestra has announced a special sales discount for area students on Frequent Fan Cards for the 2014-15 season. With the purchase of a Frequent Fan Card, full-time students can attend as many Cleveland Orchestra Classical concerts as they choose, for free. To welcome students to the new school year, the Orchestra is offering Frequent Fan Cards (regularly $50 per card) for a special discounted rate of $35, if purchased between August 25 and 30. The special price represents a 30% discount off the regular price.
Prior to purchasing a Frequent Fan Card, each student must first enroll for free membership in The Cleveland Orchestra's Student Advantage Program. Joining the program (and purchasing the optional upgrade to a Frequent Fan Card) can be done at the same time, either online at clevelandorchestra.com or in person at the Severance Hall Ticket Office. Student Advantage Program members can purchase discounted student tickets on selected weeks (for $10 or $15), and also receive invitations and other benefits. The purchase of a Frequent Fan Card allows cardholders to attend as many concerts as they wish for free.
Once the Orchestra's 2014-15 season begins, student concert tickets are obtained in person at the Ticket Office, beginning the Monday prior to each concert weekend. Membership in the Student Advantage Program is free and is open to full-time high school (grades 9-12), and full-time college undergraduate, graduate/post-graduate students (a valid student ID is required, and can be submitted in person or as part of the online enrollment).