Statement on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

by Tucson Symphony

Our Commitment to Our Community…

Tucson Symphony Orchestra values the health and safety of its audience, musicians, staff, and the rest of the Southern Arizona community. The Orchestra is following information from the Pima County Health Department, Arizona Department of Health Services, the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the City of Tucson, the Tucson Convention Center/Music Hall, and the national League of American Orchestras.

The Pima County Health Department notes that there is one confirmed case of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Pima County and that the current risk for exposure to COVID-19 in Pima County remains low. It also notes that the situation is evolving rapidly. Additional information is available at their site:

Pima County Coronavirus Disease 2019 Information

In keeping with the recommendations of these organizations, we highly encourage those who feel unwell or who are at greater risk of illness to stay home, and we will make adjustments to any existing tickets to back up that commitment. We absolutely prioritize the health of our patrons, musicians and staff. The Convention Center and Tucson Music Hall already began preparations in January by purchasing additional hand sanitize stations, now deployed around the Convention Center campus, including the Music Hall.

The concert schedule is continuing as planned. All concerts are currently being held as scheduled. You can purchase tickets with confidence.