Greatest Hits

DATE: April 21, 2024
TIME: 3:00 pm

LOCATION: Ralph Holter Auditorium at Green Bay West High School, 966 Shawano Avenue, Green Bay, WI

Due to the temporary closure of the Walter Theatre at St. Norbert College, this concert has been moved to the Ralph Holter Auditorium at Green Bay West High School. Free parking available in the lots at the high school. Patrons should enter the building at door #9 (southeast corner of the building facing Shawano Ave). 


Reserved Seating

Reserved seating for the concert is available through the St. Norbert College box office website. General admission will be available at the Ralph Holter Auditorium lobby on Sunday, April 21. Ticket prices for either purchasing method are adult ($25), senior ($20), and student ($15) – total prices as shown, no additional fees. Due to venue limitations, this performance will not be available via livestream.

The orchestra recommends purchasing tickets in advance to select your preferred seats. Reserved seating will be in the center sections (B-D), and general admission seating will be in the outer sections (A and E).

Current ticket holders have been reticketed due to the change in venue. Please check your email for information about your new seats. If you didn’t receive a message, please check your spam/junk folder.


This “Greatest Hits” concert closes the Civic Symphony of Green Bay’s 29th season. The exciting afternoon program opens with Olympic Fanfare & Theme by John Williams. Concertgoers will hear the instantly recognizable Overture to the Marriage of Figaro, followed by a selection of movements from well-known symphonies.

Olympic Fanfare & Theme by John Williams (arranged for brass ensemble)
Overture to The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Movement 1 from Symphony No. 5 by Ludwig van Beethoven
Movement 2 from Symphony No. 9 by Antonín Dvořák
Movement 3 from Symphony No. 4 by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Movement 4 from Symphony No. 1 by Gustav Mahler

The performance will be hosted by Warren Gerds. Warren has written 12 books held by the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. They range from biographical (“Real, Honest Sailing with a Great Lakes Captain”) to fictional (“The Lost Legend of Taylor Rapids”) to career-spanning (“Golden Tales of a Newsman”).

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