The Phoenix Symphony has canceled its concerts planned for the rest of this 2020-21 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

President and CEO Suzanne Wilson said late last month it was “difficult to hear and disappointing to all of us” but the decision to not hold the shows was the “safest and most prudent plan” to try to ensure the community stays healthy. The orchestra will focus on preserving its future and returning to Symphony Hall to celebrate its 75th anniversary in the fall of 2021, Wilson wrote.

Phoenix Symphony team members said they would contact every patron impacted by the season cancellation to talk about ticket alternatives. To learn more, visit




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