Dear Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra & Chorus patrons,
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time. I am pleased to report that due to extraordinary cooperation between our venue, musicians, chorus, soloists, partners, and more, we have confirmed rescheduled dates for our two upcoming performances impacted by the New Mexico Department of Health’s recent announcement.
Please see below for The Symphony’s rescheduled performance dates:
- Our March 15, 2020, Hope for the Planet concert, in collaboration with WildEarth Guardians, has been rescheduled for Saturday, May 30—7:00 pm at The Lensic.
- Our April 5, 2020, Beethoven’s Eighth concert with cellist Wendy Warner, has been rescheduled for Tuesday, June 30—7:00 pm at The Lensic.
As valued ticket-holders for these concerts, we would like to offer you three options for your tickets:
- Your current tickets are automatically good for these rescheduled concerts—and you are guaranteed the exact same seats on the new concert date! If you choose to attend on the new date, there is no need to contact The Symphony office—your current tickets will be valid for the rescheduled performance, so please hang onto them! If your tickets were being held at Will Call, they will remain there for the rescheduled date, unless you request otherwise.
- If the rescheduled date will not work for you, please consider donating your tickets back to The Symphony to help us pay our musicians for these lost services. You will receive a tax letter from The Symphony in exchange for your generous donation. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in order to facilitate a ticket donation.
- If neither option is acceptable to you, you may exchange your ticket for another concert on the 2019-2020 Symphony season. Please email email@example.com to begin the process of exchanging your seats.
If you are unable to attend these rescheduled concerts, I implore you to consider donating your tickets back to The Symphony. In doing so, you will enable us to compensate our musicians for a portion of these lost services through our Musician Relief Fund—and ensure that orchestral music continues to thrive in Santa Fe for years to come.
Thank you again for your patience and support for this incredible organization. We look forward to seeing you again soon!
Daniel M. Crupi