Our Offices Are Temporarily Closed … But We’re Still Working for You!
Text by Joshua Banda
he Sequoia Symphony Orchestra is currently closed to the public in response to state and national health directives during the COVID-19 pandemic. We will monitor our phones, and limited staff will be in to manage operations, but we will be unable to meet with you in person until this health crisis is resolved.
However, just as you all have supported your Sequoia Symphony for the past 60 years, we want to support you now with informational updates and assistance as needed.
OUR REMAINING 60TH SEASON
At this time, we felt it was prudent to postpone the March concert and cancel the April concert as we do not know when this crisis will be over. While we don’t have a date or details for the rescheduled concert yet, we are working diligently to try and bring a final concert to our 60th season. To stay up to date on all of the latest information, please visit www.sequoiasymphonyorchestra.com.
The Sequoia Symphony Orchestra hopes that our audience and supporters understand that the health and safety of our patrons, musicians and staff remain our priority, and that while it’s very disappointing to not be performing for you, we are examining every possibility of bringing music to your lives both now and when we return to the stage.
Tickets for rescheduled concerts will be honored on the new dates. All ticket-holders will be contacted via email with their options for exchanges or ticket donations, and there is no need to take action immediately.
Ticket-holders with questions may contact the Sequoia Symphony Orchestra office by phone at (559) 732-8600 or email email@example.com.
Please be aware that we are responding to a high volume of requests, and your inquiry may take longer than normal to answer. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
You can exchange your tickets by way of ticket voucher for a future performance during our 61st season. Ticket exchanges can be made through May 2020.
DONATE YOUR TICKETS
As a community-supported orchestra, the Sequoia Symphony Orchestra relies on the people we serve — every dollar matters and YOU make a difference. That has never been more true than during this time of event closures as our community works together to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Please think about the role music plays in your life and consider donating your ticket back and support the symphony
OUR 61ST SEASON … REVEAL COMING SOON!
While the current situation seems to change daily — if not hourly — it will most certainly resolve and we will be on to another beautiful season of symphonic music.
We are currently finalizing the upcoming season and are planning an online reveal in a few weeks, so please stay tuned for information on how to take part!