Sadly, we must cancel the remainder of the Symphony Season due to COVID-19.
Dear Friends and Patrons,
As a result of the current outbreak of the virus causing COVID-19, the Great Falls Symphony has decided to cancel the remaining programs for our current 2019-2020 season. This includes our main series concert, Gloria, on April 25 as well as Chamber Music Series concerts Native Views on April 17 and 19 and Synthesis on May 15 and 17.
Our choir concert, Jubilee, will be postponed until the 2020-2021 season. All tickets to Jubilee will be honored for the new date and time, which will be determined at a later date.
We understand that this is a disappointment, but given the magnitude of the threat, our decision is a necessary step to help ensure your health and safety. We appreciate your understanding during this difficult time.
Donate your ticket back to the Great Falls Symphony for a tax-deductible donation. A majority of the Great Falls Symphony’s budget comes from donors in our community. Your donation will help secure the continued success of the Great Falls Symphony during this difficult time. This option is available only if you purchased your ticket(s) through the Great Falls Symphony office.
Return your ticket(s) via mail at PO Box 1078, Great Falls, MT, 59403 and request Concert of Choice voucher(s) for the full value of your ticket(s). Vouchers can be applied towards any Silver Series or Chamber Music Series concert of equivalent value during the 2020-2021 season. This option is available only if you purchased your ticket(s) through the Great Falls Symphony office.
If you are unable to donate your ticket(s) and you are unlikely to attend a future performance, you may request a refund. Tickets that were purchased through the Mansfield Box Office will need to request a refund through the box office at 406-455-8514. Tickets that were purchased through the Great Falls Symphony office will need to return ticket(s) via mail at PO Box 1078, Great Falls, MT, 59403 with a request for a refund.
What can I do with my tickets to the cancelled concerts?
Our highest priority is the safety and well-being of our attendees, musicians, guest artists, and community. Our decision was based on a multitude of factors including the President’s ban on gatherings larger than 10 people through the month of April.
Our concert cancellations pose not only a loss of culture in our city, but also creates financially damaging losses for the Great Falls Symphony.
We ask that you consider a donation in lieu of a voucher or refund. We are deeply grateful to your continued support and understanding during this time.
We look forward to welcoming you all back next year for our exciting and fresh 2020 - 2021 season.
How to reach us:
You can contact us via email (preferably) at email@example.com or leave us a message via phone at 406-453-4102. We thank you in advance for your patience as we work to respond to all the requests.
At this time, there may be a delay in our response due to our concern with the health and safety of our staff, who are currently working from their homes.
We're in this together!
Stay safe and healthy until we meet again to enjoy beautiful music.
The Great Falls Symphony office is open
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
through Friday, April 24th.
We are re-opening Monday, April 27 with limited hours.
11am - 3pm Monday through Thursday.
With the Governor allowing careful re-opening of businesses, our office will open on Monday, April 25 with limited hours. We will be observing social distancing and cleanliness protocols to keep everyone as safe as possible.
Thank you for your support through this difficult time.
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Leave us a message at 406-453-4102 if you have any questions or if you need to make arrangements to access the symphony office.
Please take precautions, stay well, positive and enjoy music!
The Mission of the Great Falls Symphony Association is to infuse cultural vibrancy into the Great Falls community through transformative music events and education programs. Our vision is to be an essential cultural asset in northcentral Montana that raises the quality of life for its citizens through outstanding performing arts programs.