I exchanged my individual concert tickets from the 2019-2020 season (main season or summer) to the 2020-2021 season.  When will I get those tickets?

After we announce our revised 2020-2021 season, we will reach out to you to discuss your ticket exchange options.  You may exchange your ticket value for one or more 2020-2021 season concerts through May 2021.  You may also donate the value of your ticket or request a refund.

How will you handle subscription renewals for the 2020-2021 season?

Your subscription renewal will be honored with a commensurate subscription for the 2020-2021 season.

How will seats be configured for the 2020-2021 season?

Our seating format, including numbers in the audience and distance between seats, will be determined by federal, state and local health requirements. 

When will the 2020-2021 season start?

We are planning to start our season in September, as we always have.

Will we have to wear a mask at concerts?

We will likely require audience members to wear a mask to ensure the safety of our orchestra musicians and other audience members.  A mask requirement will ultimately be determined by federal, state and local health requirements in place at the time of the concert.

Will there be temperature checks at concerts?

Temperature checks will be determined by federal, state and local health requirements in place at the time of the concert.

How is the Symphony doing financially?

The Symphony’s financial situation is stable and we look forward to delivering on our mission of providing great music to the West Michigan community. We continue to be a community supported orchestra and thank many individuals, foundations and corporations for their generous support. We encourage you to visit www.grsymphony.org/donate to show your support.