March 26, 2020 4:15 p.m.
Times are unquestionably difficult right now, but at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, we continue to take comfort in music, knowing it has the power to heal and to unite us.
While we’re closely monitoring the coronavirus situation and adapting as necessary, we’re still working to have everything in place for this summer’s Festival, which is scheduled to begin on July 19 and is preceded, two days earlier, by the launch of our first-ever Opening Weekend Celebration.
We’ve put together an extraordinary 2020 season that we’re excited to share with you—one that’s filled with deeply powerful music (some familiar, some brand new) performed by longtime collaborators as well as first-time guests.
Currently, the Festival’s office, at 208 Griffin Street in Santa Fe, is closed—with all of our staff working remotely—but you can still purchase tickets by calling 505-982-1890 or visiting this page. You can also call that number to discuss ticket refunds, exchanges, and donations.
As we witness, across the globe, performances being canceled and venues being closed, we’d like to remind you that you can still enjoy live Festival performances by streaming our free Radio Series.
The series, produced and distributed by Chicago’s WFMT, offers 13 hour-long broadcasts filled with performances and interviews, and it goes all the way back to 2007. We hope you’ll take advantage of this series, and that the beauty of the music and the passion and insights of the Festival’s musicians bring you joy.
Like everyone else, we at the Festival are hoping for a return to our normal routines soon. In the meantime, the well-being and safety of our community is our top priority, and we’ll keep you informed of any important developments.
Thank you, and please be safe. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival Statement Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
March 12, 2020 3 p.m.
The Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 2020 season begins July 19. At this time, the Festival is proceeding as usual.
We are closely monitoring the situation and will communicate and collaborate with local public health officials to help inform our decisions if our community becomes greatly impacted by the coronavirus.
The well-being and safety of our community — including our audience, patrons, musicians, and staff — is our top priority.