COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates
Thank you so much for your patience and support during these unprecedented times. We have been coordinating with Utah Symphony to come up with solutions for how to best proceed with our 2020-21 Symphony Season. Utah Symphony has the incredibly complicated task of not only considering audience safety but also the safety of their musicians. For months they have been brainstorming with the American Federation of Musicians, and those conversations are still happening.
As of now, our 2020-21 Utah Symphony Masterworks & Entertainment Series concerts at the Browning Center are canceled. We are working with Utah Symphony to bring up smaller performances with symphony players that can be presented Covid-safe. Stay tuned!
If you have a subscription to the Masterworks Series and/or the Entertainment Series, you should have received both a letter and email outlining your options for your subscriptions. Please contact us with any questions or concerns. Please understand we are experiencing a high volume of requests right now.
We will be presenting Camarada: Celtic Groove at The Monarch for a Covid-safe concert on November 14th. Get more info here.
Our Box Office is open with limited hours MONDAY through THURSDAY, 10:00am-2:00pm. There will be special protocol should you need to visit us in person. There will be instructions on the door, and we will limit the amount of people in the lobby. We strongly encourage you to wear a face mask if you come by. If you do not have one, a disposable one will be provided.
The best way to be in touch is still by phone at 801-399-9214 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a presenter, we are sensitive to all of these variables and unfortunately we have a few additional cancellations to report for 20-21 at this time:
September 5, 2020 – Ballet West II’s Snow White. (This will be rescheduled to March of 2021, however the program will change to Family Classics: Cinderella (a shorter, family friendly performance – not the full-length Cinderella performed by Ballet West)
November 27 & 28, 2020 – Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker