Dear Phoenix Chorale Family,
During this challenging time, our first thoughts are of you, our dear family of patrons and fans, and our deep concern for your health and well-being. We hope you and your loved ones are safe and healthy.
With these thoughts of concern at the forefront of our minds, Phoenix Chorale is joining the effort to protect our community and has decided to postpone our final concert of the season, “Birth & Rebirth,” to October 16-18, 2020.
Our “Birth & Rebirth” concerts will now be the opening concert of our 2020/21 Season, and we look forward to coming together for this joyous time, to once again fill concert halls with music, and to gather all of us, our special community of friends and family, together.
If you already have tickets for our April concerts, they will automatically be valid for the October performances, and you do not need to do anything further. If you have additional questions regarding your tickets, please review ticket donation and refund options by following this link >.
As many of our singing artists are dependent on income from rehearsals and performances for their livelihood, our Board of Directors voted to commit to paying our contracted artists for the postponed weekend. This decision is part of a national call to support artists during this critical time. We need artists—and the beauty they give to our lives—now more than ever. Please consider helping us in that effort, if you can, by donating your ticket back to the Chorale or by supporting our spring fundraising campaign which will begin later this month.
During this time of social distancing, we encourage you to check in with us on our Facebook page where we will share our music, music from around the world, along with hilarious memes, resources, and much more. This is our gift to you as we all look to fill the gap until we can gather together again for live performance experiences.
Finally, we thank you for your unending support of the Phoenix Chorale including our singers, volunteers, and staff, and for your love of choral music.
The power of humanity working together cannot be overstated. Together, we create a stronger, more vibrant and beautiful community, and we feel so fortunate to have you as part of our Chorale family.
We wish you all safety and good health.