The Dearborn Symphony regretfully announces the cancellation of the May 8 concert, the final concert of the 2019/20 season. All ticket holders will be offered a variety of options concerning their tickets.

Please watch our website and social media channels for updates. We are able to remotely access and respond to phone calls to the office — 313-565-2424.

While we had to cancel our annual children’s concerts in March, we paid the musicians, as they are being seriously impacted by loss of income from so many cancelled events. We are deeply grateful to Beaumont for its support as Presenting Sponsor and to Kiwanis Club of Dearborn as Supporting Sponsor of our Children’s Concerts.

While the hall is now silent, the music will return! We miss our audience and yearn to be back together, sharing music.

The following options are available for you:
  • Donate your tickets and receive a tax deduction for the total ticket value to keep your Dearborn Symphony strong during this difficult time.
  • Ticket holders for the postponed April 3 pops concert are asked to hold onto their tickets for the rescheduled date (slated for Nov. 20, 2020), to donate their tickets as a tax-deductible contribution, or to exchange them for a different concert in the 2020/21 season.
  • Exchange your tickets for the May 8 concert for a future concert in the 2020/21 season.
Kind regards,
Sandy Butler
President, Dearborn Symphony

One Detroit’s Christy McDonald talked to Jarvi and Dearborn Symphony President Sandy Butler this week about what’s happening and how they cope as their 58th season has just stopped in its tracks.

Several musicians who play with the Dearborn Symphony participated in this fun activity including: Scott Armstrong, Jonathan Boyd, and Phelan Young