A Message to Jefferson Symphony Patrons,

March 12, 2020

Our Young Artists Concert this Sunday has been canceled.

We expected to have our 75 talented, dedicated musicians perform this weekend. Maestro William Morse and all of JSO were looking forward to rehearsing with Daniel Gostein, our visiting young artist from Texas…

 

The health and safety of our community, audience and performing members is paramount. Following guidelines released by the CDC and CO Dept. of Health & Environment, which ensure the safety of our Front Range community, Jefferson Symphony Orchestra has decided to call off all March events.

We regret to inform you, we are unable to proceed with two events;

the solo recital (Friday, March 13) and the symphony concert (Sunday, March 15) are canceled.

Even earlier this week, none of us anticipated the circumstances in which we find ourselves.

Nevertheless, we support the officials who advise against large gatherings where people sit in close proximity. Colorado School of Mines, our venue site, has taken preventative measures, which includes suspension of campus activities. Jefferson Symphony Association members have been working together with venue and civic managers to arrive at this decision. We look forward to seeing you again at our future concert performances.

 

For all ticket holders:

 - You can exchange your tickets for admission to a future performance—valid this season or next!

 - If you prefer, you may support the Jefferson Symphony by donating the value of your tickets back to our organization—your support keeps the music playing!

- You can call the JSO Office directly at 303.278.4237 or send an email inquiry to info@jeffsymphony.org.

Sincerely,

Jefferson Symphony

We are deeply grateful for your questions, concerns and support.

 

Frequently Asked Questions (March 12, 2020)

Why are you canceling?

The health and safety of our community, audience and performing members is paramount.

Following guidelines released by health service officials, which ensure the safety of our Front Range community, Jefferson Symphony has decided to call off all March events. Additionally, officials are advising against large gatherings where people sit in close proximity and Colorado School of Mines (our venue location) has suspended in-person classes and many campus activities.

 

I have season tickets or bought single tickets online. What next?

If you have tickets, please make contact with our office regarding your options...

 - You can exchange your tickets for admission to a future performance—valid this season or next!

We are happy to forward your tickets to our Season Finale. We understand that customers are thinking carefully about tickets for future performances. All ticket exchanges are free, that means no-hassle, for our Spring performance.

 - If you prefer, you may support the Jefferson Symphony by donating the value of your tickets back to our organization—your support keeps the music playing! Your tax-deductible donation today sustains our cultural outreach tomorrow. Jefferson Symphony is a healthy, vibrant and financially secure organization because of members like you.

 - You can call the JSO Office directly at 303.278.4237 to set up a refund or send an email inquiry to info@jeffsymphony.org. Please know that we are dealing with a high volume of emails and phone messages and will tend to each request.

Will you reschedule the concert? What about Daniel Gostein’s performance?

It’s too early to say. We are fervently putting together our next season and it is our intent to bring Daniel back for a performance during our 2020/21 season. 

How can I help?

We appreciate your patronage and support and can’t wait to perform soon for our Front Range community. Please keep yourself and loved ones safe and observe all preventative measures presented by Colorado Health Services. We’ll see you in the concert hall again very soon! If you have any questions regarding your ticketing options, please contact our office.

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