A World Class Symphony

You Have Got to Hear it Live

Your first experience in the historic Embassy Theatre listening to the Fort Wayne Philharmonic—an orchestra that is the envy of other communities—is one of those moments you just can’t shake. The excitement builds as the strings and horns come together, the performers and the audience seem to merge into one, and you realize that all present just experienced a unique moment of live music.

With performances at the Arts United Center, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, and unexpected regional venues like Main Street in Roanoke and a park amphitheater, The Phil is racing off into bold new directions, and it’s taking the Northeast Indiana community with it. 

Until you experience it, there’s no way you can imagine what a night out at the symphony is like.

Only after you’ve experienced the Phil live do you understand: It’s beyond any imagination. The Phil has become the soundtrack to our story in Northeast Indiana.

Did You Know?

  • More than 220,000 people annually enjoy The Phil’s 450 performances, which range from ensemble to chamber to the full orchestra and chorus.
  • The Phil’s Family Series is a unique collection of concerts that are highly interactive and engaging, and that serve the organization’s mission of education and enrichment. With an instrument playground and arts-and-craft activities, these performances—in Purdue University Fort Wayne’s beautiful Auer Performance Hall and the Embassy Theatre—are a big hit with kids and parents alike.