Regular SPCO concerts are canceled through December 2020; Join us for a series of performances streamed live from the Ordway Concert Hall via our free online Concert Library.

ANNOUNCING OUR FALL 2020 DIGITAL CONCERTS

We're going digital this fall, and everyone is invited to tune in for free!

Transport yourself to breathtaking concerts live from the Ordway Concert Hall without leaving home — no ticket necessary!

We recently announced that our previously scheduled concerts are canceled through the end of 2020 in an effort to keep our audiences, our musicians, our staff, and our community safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to the time when we can again gather in concert venues — and in the meantime, we continue to share transformational performances with people everywhere through our free digital Concert Library.

Today, we are delighted to announce a new series of six live performances that will be broadcast in high-definition streaming video from the Ordway Concert Hall. Featuring stunningly clear audio and crisp, high-quality video, these video streams will provide intimate and engaging concert experiences that are the next best thing to attending performances in person. These digital concerts will also include bonus video features such as personal interviews with SPCO musicians and other behind-the-scenes content.

In addition to the series of new digital concerts, we are excited to share four special “encore broadcasts” featuring music from past concerts with new surprises, including our first-ever New Year’s Eve stream. As always, even more performances are available for viewing anytime in our free on-demand collection. Our digital offerings are available to everyone, and always free of charge.

Fall 2020 digital concert schedule

MARK YOUR CALENDARS

Stream these digital concerts for free — no tickets required!

Live streams will occur every other week at 8:00pm on Saturdays, with a 2:00pm rebroadcast the following day, streamed at thespco.org/live.

The fall 2020 digital season will include four world premieres of SPCO commissions, featuring music by composers Tyson Davis, Adolphus HailstorkAmbrose Akinmusire and Chen Yi.

Other highlights include Brahms’ Piano Quartet in G Minor with Canadian pianist Stewart Goodyear, Clara Schumann’s Three Romances for Violin and Piano, Errollyn Wallen’s Five Postcards for Violin and Viola, Richard Strauss’ Metamorphosen for String Septet (arr. by Rudolph Leopold), Antonín Dvořák’s American String Quintet, and J. S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3. 

View the entire fall 2020 digital concert schedule

STILL HAVE TICKETS TO A CANCELED CONCERT?

Consider turning back your tickets as a tax-deductible contribution

The cancellation of concerts due to the COVID-19 pandemic represents a significant economic challenge for the SPCO, and we need your help to keep the orchestra healthy so we can continue to serve our community. As a ticket holder to a canceled concert, you have the opportunity to help us in a meaningful way by turning back your tickets and parking passes as a tax-deductible contribution to the SPCO. By doing so, you will be providing vital support, critical for ensuring that the SPCO can weather this historic crisis and emerge healthy and poised to continue serving our community.

Turn back your tickets

Not sure which concerts you have tickets for this fall? Log in to your account to view your tickets. See additional instructions below.

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Please note that tickets obtained for free or as part of an SPCO Concert Membership have no set value and cannot be considered a tax-deductible contribution.

If you are unable or do not wish to turn back your tickets as a donation at this time, the value of your tickets will automatically be banked in your account and can be used to purchase tickets this spring or in the following concert season. Alternatively, you may also request to have the value of your tickets or parking passes refunded. If you would like a refund, please contact our Ticket Office at 651.291.1144 or by email at tickets@spcomail.org. The SPCO offices are currently closed and all staff members are working remotely, including Ticket Office staff. Ticket Office hours are Monday through Friday, 12pm–5pm.

Please note: Printed tickets for the 2020.21 season have not yet been mailed. If we are able to continue with concerts as planned in 2021, tickets will be sent out approximately one month before your scheduled concert. If you are uncertain as to what concerts you have tickets for this season, a complete listing of your concerts and seats can be viewed in your account at thespco.org. To access your online account, click on “My Account” in the upper right-hand corner of the page. Sign in using your username and password. Then, click on “Events and Tickets” for a complete listing of your concerts and seats by date. If you have questions or concerns, please contact our Ticket Office.