Colorado Symphony updates on the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
Updated July 13, 2020
CANCELLED THROUGH OCT 31, 2020 &
SINGLE TICKET ON-SALE NOW AUG 31, 2020
The Colorado Symphony Association regretfully announces the formal cancellation of concert titles listed below through October 31, 2020. Additionally, single ticket on-sale for the 2020/21 Season has been moved to August 31, 2020.
There is still no confirmed date for when and how we may resume full live operations; however, our musicians and staff are working diligently to identify creative solutions to keep our audiences and community engaged with us. These are trying times for all of us and it is difficult to predict when and how it will end. But there is no higher priority to our entire Colorado Symphony community than the safety of our guests, musicians, and staff.
Thank you to everyone who has reached out with continued support for your Colorado Symphony during this unprecedented and challenging time. We are incredibly grateful for our community – your encouragement, patience, and understanding are vital in helping us provide music and education into the future.
To help your Colorado Symphony through this challenge, we ask you to consider donating the value of your tickets or keeping your credit on account for cancelled events to be used for a future performance. Nearly half of our revenue each year is contributed through donations, grants, and corporate gifts with the balance of our revenue coming from paid concert attendance. Without being able to perform live concerts, our ability to remain financially strong is threatened. If you find yourself able, we encourage you to donate the value of your tickets as a tax-deductible gift.
The following events have been cancelled. You can find more information on all of your ticketing options below.
- Sep 8: Beethoven 2020 @ Montrose
- Sep 9: Beethoven 2020 @ Grand Junction
- Sep 18-20: Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 with Olga Kern
- Sep 24: Latin Beats
- Sep 26: The Doo-Wop Project
- Oct 2-4: Shostakovich Symphony No. 5
- Oct 10-11: Alpine Opus - A Symphonic Ski
- Oct 16-18: Barber Adagio for Strings
- Oct 24-25: Disney Pixar's Coco in Concert
- Oct 30: Cleo Parker Robinson 50th Anniversary Celebration with your Colorado Symphony
- Oct 31: Halloween Spooktacular!
- Nov 12: Vienna Boys Choir in Concert
- Nov 29: The TEN Tenors Home for the Holidays
The following options are available for ticketholders of cancelled events. Click on any of the links below and log in to your Colorado Symphony account to proceed with any of the return request options below.
SUBMIT A RETURN REQUEST
If no action is taken by September 11, 2020, tickets for cancelled events will automatically become on-account credit, which may be used for future Colorado Symphony Boettcher Concert Hall performances through December 31, 2020. Unclaimed credit at that time will become an automatic tax-deductible donation.
For assistance, please contact the Box Office by phone at 303.623.7876 or at email@example.com. The Box Office is open Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Due to increased communication and reduced staffing, call wait times may be longer than usual. Please use the online form and we will process your requests in the order they are received. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Please Note: The Box Office will be closed Monday, September 7 for Labor Day.
The Colorado Symphony remains in communication with our internal teams, peer organizations, Denver Arts and Venues, the State of Colorado, and the City and Country of Denver to stay on top of this rapidly changing situation. We will continue to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and local health authorities including the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE). Updates to each event status will be conveyed via email as more information becomes available. This web page will also be updated regularly with any changes.
There is no higher priority to our entire Colorado Symphony community than the safety of our guests, musicians, and staff. Thank you to everyone who has reached out with continued support for your Colorado Symphony during this difficult time. We are incredibly grateful for our community – your encouragement, patience, and understanding are vital in helping us provide music and education into the future.