Coronavirus / COVID-19 Update

Based on the CDC’s updated health guidelines prohibiting gatherings to help slow the spread of COVID-19, all Oregon Symphony concerts between now and the end of the 2019/20 Season (June 8) have been canceled or postponed. 

If you had tickets to a canceled concert, we hope you will consider exchanging or donating the cost of your ticket(s). The loss of millions of dollars over these months is straining your Oregon Symphony. Donations now will help to provide health care insurance for musicians and staff, and allow us to come back strong this fall.

Affected Concerts:

  • March 13: Open Music with Caroline Shaw (Canceled)
  • March 14–16: Berio’s Sinfonia by Rose Bond (Canceled)
  • March 19: Nas: Ilmatic – 25th Anniversary (Canceled)
  • March 21–22: Prohibition Party (Canceled)
  • April 4–6: Beethoven’s Ninth with the Oregon Symphony (Canceled)
  • April 13: The Flaming Lips with the Oregon Symphony (Postponed)
  • April 16: Kristin Chenoweth in Concert – For The Girls (Postponed)
  • April 25–27: Revueltas’ Night of the Mayas by Michael Curry (Canceled)
  • May 2: China Forbes: 50! (Postponed)
  • May 4: Chris Botti (Postponed)
  • May 9–11: Joshua Bell (Canceled)
  • May 16–18: Bronfman Plays Mozart (Canceled)
  • May 21: The Dandy Warhols with the Oregon Symphony (Canceled)
  • May 23: An African American Requiem (Postponed)
  • May 29–June 1: Ravel’s Boléro (Canceled)
  • June 6–8: The Moldau and Water Music (Canceled)
  • August 18: Not Our First Goat Rodeo (Canceled)*

The following options are available for you:

  • Apply the value of your ticket(s) to a 2020/21 Season subscription.
  • Exchange your ticket(s) for a gift certificate, which can be used within one year of the issue date.
  • Donate your ticket(s) and receive a tax deduction for the total ticket value.
  • Receive a refund for the value of the ticket(s).

Choose an Option Here

* Visit for options for ticketholders to Not Our First Goat Rodeo, co-presented by Edgefield Concerts and the Oregon Symphony.

The Oregon Symphony continues to closely monitor the evolving local and global COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, and receives updates from the World Health Organization, Centers for Disease Control, Multnomah County and Oregon Health Authority.  We will continue to post updates.

For assistance, please contact the Oregon Symphony Ticket Office by phone at 503-228-1353 or email at The Oregon Symphony has temporarily closed its Ticket Office to the public, for in-person transactions, until further notice.

We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Read a Letter to Oregon Symphony Patrons from President and CEO Scott Showalter

Office of the Governor Press Release