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THE SANTA FE SYMPHONY’S 36TH SEASON  

Welcome to The Santa Fe Symphony’s 36th Season. Don’t miss out! Our 2019-2020 season features something for everyone, offering ten exceptional and diverse performances at The Lensic and four SFS Stratas, the NEW brand of The Santa Fe Symphony’s Chamber series. Be sure to join us for a FREE preview talk with Maestro Guillermo Figueroa one hour before each Lensic performance!

Individual tickets and “tri-pack” subscription packages are still on sale. A minimum of three (3) programs must be selected for a tri-pack subscription. Call The Symphony Box Office at 505.983.1414 to inquire.

If you have any questions, please call us or email symphony@santafesymphony.org with your query.

 

 

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