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San Diego Symphony Cancels Remainder Of 2019-20 Season

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For the health and well-being of patrons, musicians, and the Symphony family, the San Diego Symphony has made the difficult decision to cancel the remainder of its 2019-20 San Diego Symphony season concerts. This includes all concerts through May 30.

"Now more than ever, we need the support of our patrons. I respectfully ask that ticketholders consider donating the value of their ticket back to the San Diego Symphony. Their tax-deductible donation today means that the next time they are able to join us at Copley Symphony Hall for a concert, the orchestra will be here to share the joy of live music with them once more, as a healthy, vibrant and financially secure organization," said Martha Gilmer, San Diego Symphony CEO. "Though our current season was unexpectedly cut short, we can find comfort in the anticipation of the 2020-2021 season which we announced on April 5."

A full schedule of the 2020-2021 season can be found at www.sandiegosymphony.org.

The following performances at Copley Symphony Hall are canceled:

  • April 17 & 18, 7:30pm - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 (postponed to 9/4-5 @ The Shell)
  • April 25, 8pm - Coltrane X 2: Giant Steps + Blue Train in Concert
  • April 26, 2pm - Gold Rush: An American Adventure
  • May 2, 7:30pm - Casablanca in Concert
  • May 8 & 9, 8PM - Bronfman Performs Brahms
  • May 10, 2PM - Bronfman Performs Brahms
  • May 16, 8PM - French Fantasies: Debussy & Ravel
  • May 17, 2PM - French Fantasies: Debussy & Ravel
  • May 22 & 23, 8PM - Beethoven Symphony No. 9
  • May 24, 2PM - Beethoven Symphony No. 9
  • May 30, 8PM - Arturo O'Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra

The following performances in other San Diego communities are canceled:

  • April 25, 11AM & 12:15PM - Music Connects in Foothills United Methodist Church
  • May 12, 7:30PM - Bronfman Plays Schumann at The Conrad in La Jolla

Options for those that have tickets to a canceled event:

  • Donate the value of your ticket.
  • Exchange tickets for one of the many 2020-2021 indoor season concerts.
  • Put tickets on account for future use.

For assistance with any of the above ticketing options, email the Ticket Office at tickets@sandiegosymphony.org.

The San Diego Symphony encourages virtual connection during this time. Music lovers can:

  • Follow the San Diego Symphony and San Diego musicians on Instagram @sandiegosymphony and @sandiegosymphonymusicians
  • Listen to rebroadcasts of concerts on 89.5 KPBS every Sunday night at 8PM
  • Check out the San Diego Symphony Spotify channel where you can find playlists for each of our previously scheduled concerts
  • Subscribe to Nuvi Mehta's podcasts on ITunes or through our website

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