Because of the global pandemic of the coronavirus/COVID-19, recommendations of medical experts, and the actions of Washington Governor Jay Inslee to ban gatherings of 250 or more in three counties on the west side of the state, we are postponing all concerts through April 10th. We will publish information about ticket refunds, exchanges, and donations in the coming days. Thank you for your patience as we navigate this difficult time.
If you have any questions or concerts, please call or email the box office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-624-1200.
WHAT IS APPROPRIATE DRESS?
The Symphony provides a sophisticated musical experience, without sophisticated rules. Comfort is the key to enjoying your favorite Symphony music. We want your evening out to be as fun as possible, so dress up or dress down...as long as you dress comfortably.
WHAT IF I AM LATE TO THE CONCERT?
Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of house management at an appropriate interval in the concert program. Those who wish to leave before the end of the concert are requested to do so between program works in order not to disturb others.
WHAT IF I CAN'T ATTEND A CONCERT?
Please do not let your tickets go unused. If you are a Classics or SuperPops subscriber and cannot attend a concert, you may exchange your ticket for another performance up to 48 hours before the curtain time. Otherwise, if you call the Ticket Office at 509-624-1200 by 5 pm on concert day your seat will be released for resale, and a receipt acknowledging the value of your ticket(s) will be issued enabling you to receive a full tax deduction.
How can I find out more about the music at the concert?
We give you lots of options for learning more about the music at our classical concerts. Before the concert, we post a Spotify list of the music on our website. For concerts in our Classics Series, there are professionally written Program Notes published online to review before the concert and in the Program Book. In addition, there is a preconcert talk one hour before each Classics performance. The talk is given by the conductor and/or the guest artist, and is free for all ticketholders.
CAN I HEAR THE CONCERT AGAIN?
Spokane Symphony Classics and Casual Classics are broadcast on the Monday one week following the concert at 7:00 pm over KPBX-FM Stereo 91.1. These broadcasts are made possible through the cooperation of KPBX-FM, the players of the Spokane Symphony, and the Professional Musicians of the Inland Northwest, Local 105, A.F. of M.
CAN I TAKE PICTURES OR RECORD THE CONCERT?
The unauthorized use of cameras, including cell phones, and recording devices is not permitted. We request that you silence your electronic devices as a courtesy to others.