Dear members of the San Juan Symphony community,
We continue to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 crisis in the United States. Given the indefinite postponement of our April concerts, we are now focused on this season’s remaining event, notably the San Juan Symphony Roaring Twenties Symphony Train & Spring Gala which was scheduled for May 3 at River Bend Ranch.
We are postponing this event until it is safe to gather again, perhaps in the fall. We are grateful to lead sponsor Al Harper at the D&SNGR for working with us to reschedule. And, we are grateful to our honorary sponsors and table chairs who had already stepped up to lead this effort. We’ll call on you soon!
In the meantime, while you are enjoying quality time at home, please consider using the Amazon Smile link below to place orders for items you need. Amazon will donate a portion of sales back to the San Juan Symphony when you use this link: smile.amazon.com/ch/23-7414147.
As the San Juan Symphony is a non-profit institution relying on both ticket sales and contributions, we ask you to consider donating the cost of your unused season tickets. Single ticket refunds for the April concert are now being processed by the Community Concert Hall in Durango and Henderson Hall in Farmington. If you choose to make your unused season ticket a tax-deductible donation, you do not need to do anything at this time.
If you purchased season tickets, you also have these two other options which can be arranged by leaving a message at the symphony office at 970-382-9753 or e-mailing: email@example.com:
– exchange your April tickets for credit on your account to a concert held at a later date;
– receive a full refund for the value of the April tickets.
We look forward to providing another update next week. Meanwhile please send any questions, comments or concerns to the San Juan Symphony at firstname.lastname@example.org by calling 970-382-9753.
We’re working behind the scenes at our homes to plan our exciting 2020-21 season. More information will be coming your way soon!
Thomas Heuser, music director
Kathy Myrick, executive director
San Juan Symphony Board