North State Symphony Cancels All Performances

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The North State Symphony performs in Red Bluff on Friday, December 13, and in Redding on Saturday, December 14.

 

Dear NSS patrons and friends:
Out of sensitivity to our communities and the COVID-19 situation,
ALL performances of NSS POPS “Our Expanding Universe”
have been cancelled.
The safety and well-being of everyone who attends concerts and events is always a top priority for the performing arts industry. In partnership with the public engagement team at CSU, Chico, the North State Symphony has been proactively monitoring the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, and are taking steps to help keep our north state community safe.
As a preventative measure and following the guidelines from Butte, Tehama, and Shasta County Public Health, California Department of Public Health, and California State University, the North State Symphony will be cancelling the following concerts:
  • Saturday, April 4 – NSS POPS: Our Expanding Universe (State Theatre, Red Bluff)
  • Saturday, April 4 – NSS POPS: Our Expanding Universe (Cascade Theatre, Redding)
  • Sunday, April 5 – NSS POPS: Our Expanding Universe (Laxson Auditorium, Chico)
As cancellations of performances and events become widespread in the wake of COVID-19, financial impact on arts and cultural organizations is becoming a difficult reality. If you’d like to support the mission of the arts during this unprecedented time, please consider exchanging your tickets for a performance later in our season, or donating your tickets (or their value) to the North State Symphony.
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our office. Thank you for your understanding and continued support of the North State Symphony and our community. We wish everyone good health and safety.
Redding and Red Bluff concert ticket-holders:
Details about ticket refunds and exchanges for the Cascade Theatre (Redding) and the State Theatre (Red Bluff) performances will follow.
Chico concert ticket-holders:
We are encouraging patrons to please consider donating your tickets as a tax-deductible gift to the North State Symphony during this difficult time.
Patrons who purchased tickets by phone or in person at the box office will have a credit issued to their account after March 22. If you’d prefer a refund we can help you right now over the phone (call the University Box Office 530-898-6333).
Online ticket purchasers have the option to exchange their tickets, make a donation, or request a refund. All ticket-holders that purchased tickets online and did not exchange or donate their ticket value online will be refunded automatically after March 22.
Cascade Theatre Box Office (Redding)
530-243-8877
University Box Office (Chico)
530-898-6333
Tehama Concert Series (Red Bluff)
(530) 727-8727
North State Symphony administration office
530-898-5984
Show your Love for the Symphony
From the orchestral scores to our amazing guest artists and talented musicians, the North State Symphony relies on donations to make the whole symphony experience possible. With your help we are able to present great classical music to the North State, every year!
North State Symphony | symphony@csuchico.edu | 530.898.5984 www.northstatesymphony.org
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