The Savannah Philharmonic regrets to announce the cancelation of the remainder of our 2019-2020 season. This includes:
- April 18th Saturday’s Night Fever
- May 2nd Mozart’s Requiem
- June 20th Rescheduled Germanic Passion Concert
This decision, though difficult and disappointing, is unavoidable in light of the unprecedented Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Our highest priority is safeguarding the health and safety of everyone connected with Savannah Philharmonic — patrons, supporters, musicians, and staff — and we must follow the restrictions announced by the City of Savannah and Chatham County.
How Can I Help?
Donate your tickets back to Savannah Philharmonic.
If you wish to help us during this time of lost revenue, please consider donating your unused tickets to Savannah Philharmonic. The full value of your donation is tax deductible and you will receive an acknowledgement letter via email as confirmation of your support. You have until June 30th to donate your tickets.
To donate your tickets, contact us at email@example.com with the name and email under which the tickets were purchased.
What if I prefer a refund?
Please, do not call the Savannah Box Office for a refund. Instead, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline to request a refund is June 30th. Refunds may take up to 8 weeks to process, but we are doing everything in our power to expedite the process.
Please be aware that we may be experiencing a high volume in inquiries and so responses may be delayed.
Can I buy tickets to the 2020-2021 Season?
The Philharmonic’s 2020 – 2021 season beginning on September 17 with Maestro Keitaro Harada remains on schedule. Subscriptions, multi-concert ticket packages, and single tickets are available.
Is there any other way I can help?
The League of American Orchestras is asking us to contact Congress in a bi-partisan effort to include non-profit arts organizations and musicians as part of a Federal relief response related to COVID-19. Please click the button below and follow the instructions to help make this possibility a reality.