The primary home of the St Joseph Symphony is the historic Missouri Theater at 715 Edmond Street, St Joseph, MO 64501. Built in 1927 by Paramount Pictures, it is one of the last “movie palaces” built prior to the Great Depression of the 1930s. The local contractors for the project were The Boller Brothers from Kansas City. The Art Deco and Moorish motifs were created by budding young artist, Waylande Gregory. Beautifully restored, it is a working arts venue as well as a free-standing work of art. It seats 1174 with a designated area for wheelchair access and companion seating on orchestra level. Balcony seating is available only by stairs. ADA restrooms located on orchestra and mezzanine levels. Parking is free in downtown St Joseph and there are a number of eateries and coffee shops in easy walking distance.
Ashland United Methodist Church / 2711 Ashland Avenue / St Joseph, MO 64506 is the location for our Chamber Music Series featuring St Joseph Symphony players in small ensembles and intimate venues. All seating on ground level. ADA Accessible, parking lot and elevator.
First Christian Church / 927 Faraon St / St Joseph, MO 64501 is the location for our FREE Community Concerts in the historic, half-round sanctuary. Balcony and floor seating available. ADA Accessible, parking lot/street parking and elevator to all floors.