The Arapahoe Philharmonic staff and Board of Directors met on Saturday to discuss how to move forward in light of the current COVID-19 pandemic and suggested precautionary measures by the CDC and Governor Polis.

We made the difficult decision to suspend the rest of our 2019-2020 “On With the Dance!” Season. This means the March 27 and May 1 concert programs will not take place as originally scheduled.

We will be working to reschedule the March 27 program, featuring the world premiere of Jack Frerer’s splinter and a performance by concerto competition winner Ethan Blake, to a later date. We are also exploring the possibility of presenting a performance over the summer after the threat of COVID-19 subsides.

This is an uncertain time for all of us. Know that we will be working diligently to make the arrangements mentioned above and keeping you all in the loop as much as possible over the coming weeks. We are grateful for your patience as this will all likely take some time to sort out.

For subscribers and single ticket holders:
Unused tickets will gladly be accepted to any rescheduled orchestra performances we present. If you prefer, you will also have options to receive an account credit toward 2020-2021 ticket purchases, donate the value of the tickets back to the AP as a tax-deductible contribution, or request a refund. You do not need to do anything now, and we recommend waiting to decide until we firm up the plans mentioned above.

Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have at this time: 303-781-1892, erin@arapahoe-phil.org or joann@arapahoe-phil.org.

We are grateful for you, and look forward to being able to make music for you again soon!