2019-20 Symphony Update

Dear Folsom Lake Symphony Patrons,  

The evolving COVID-19 situation has had a tremendous impact on our daily lives and community interactions. For many, symphonic music has been a source of enjoyment, comfort and inspiration during this challenging time.

It is with a heavy heart that we have made the difficult decision to cancel our two final concert programs of the season – our May 2 “Twilight Delight” free outdoor concert at the Folsom Historic District and our June 6 and 7 “Opera Meets Broadway” season finale at the Harris Center. There is no higher priority than the health and safety of our audience and musicians.

All ticket purchases for the June concerts are fully refundable. The Harris Center will handle all refunds. Refund questions can be directed to the Harris Center at ticketoffice@harriscenter.net.

We would be most grateful if you consider donating your ticket refund to the Folsom Lake Symphony to help us navigate the financial hardship of cancelling our final four concerts of the season (March and April concert cancellations were previously announced). If you would like to donate your ticket refund, please click below to make an online donation directly to the Symphony. Unfortunately, the Harris Center is unable to redirect your refund to the Symphony, or to accept donations on behalf of the Symphony.

The Folsom Lake Symphony is more motivated than ever to bring back live orchestral performances to the residents of the Folsom Lake Region. Maestro Jaffe is planning our 2020-2021 season, and rest assured that there is an exciting season in store for you! You will hear more about the subscription process in the coming months. Please stay safe and healthy and continue keeping the spirit of music alive. We thank you for your continued support. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@folsomlakesymphony.com.


Anson Wong. President
Folsom Lake Symphony