I already renewed my subscription for the 2020-2021 season; what happens now?
Your subscription will automatically roll over to the 2021-2022 season (which will begin in October 2021). The concerts we were originally planning to play in the 52nd season will also shift over although you can expect some changes in the programming. We hope to keep the season as intact as possible. The tentative concert dates are as follows:
October 23 & 24, 2021: Rachmaninoff’s Symphony No. 2
January 15 & 16, 2022: Beethoven & Sibelius
February 12 & 13, 2022: All Americans: Copland & Price
March 5 & 6, 2022: Young Virtuoso, Pieces of Piano & Violin
April 2 & 3, 2022: Prokofiev’s Fifth
April 30 & May 1, 2022: Mahler’s Ninth Symphony
What are you performing in 2020-21?
We will announce concerts to be performed this upcoming season a few weeks in advance; tickets to those concerts (or virtual performances of the same) will be available separately. Due to the extreme limitations on audience size, subscriptions will not be available this year.
Can I subscribe to these new concerts?
Unfortunately, no; at this time only single tickets (or virtual access) will be available.
However, subscribers from our 2019-2020 season will automatically receive free virtual access.
Any patrons who renew their subscriptions for 2021-22 will have early access to ticket sales and a 15% discounted rate to the performances in 2020-21.
I have not renewed my subscription yet; what happens now?
The subscription deadline has been suspended through May 2021; your seats will be held until that time. You are welcome to renew for the 2021-2022 season anytime.
I am not currently a subscriber and would like to become one; what do I do?
New subscriptions cannot be processed until May 2021. However, you may contact us via the form on this website, or by calling the box office at 775-323-6393 to be placed onto a contact list for when new subscriptions become available.
What if I requested a seating change for my subscription this year?
All seating change requests will be kept on file and completed in June of 2021.
Specialty & Pops Concerts
I have tickets to Ode to Joy (September 12 or 13, 2020); what happens now?
Until we are able to say with certainty that we can gather a large orchestra and chorus of over 150 people on stage, and welcome back an audience to the Pioneer Center, we will not set a date for this concert. But rest assured, it WILL take place. Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is a battle cry for humanity, and the perfect way to celebrate being back in full force. Your tickets will be automatically transferred into the new date when it is confirmed. If you would like to donate your tickets back, request a gift certificate as credit, or request a refund you may do so HERE.
I have tickets to Disney in Concert (August 23, 2020); what happens now?
We are currently negotiating alternate dates for this concert with Disney for the late Spring of 2021. When we have confirmed the soloists will be available we will announce the new date and your tickets will automatically transfer. If you would like to donate your tickets back, request a gift certificate as credit, or request a refund you may do so HERE.
I have purchased tickets or a table for Pops on the River; what happens now?
You can fill out this form, or contact Jackie Raley at firstname.lastname@example.org for your options on what to do since the event has been cancelled.