Due to health and safety concerns, the Board of Trustees of Symphony NH has made the difficult decision to postpone our two upcoming concerts.
Both the DECEMBER 30, 2021 James Bond Concert in Nashua, and the JANUARY 29, 2022 Brahms concert, also in Nashua, are postponed and WILL NOT BE PERFORMED ON THEIR ORIGINAL DATES. We are saddened to postpone these events, but the health of our patrons, musicians and staff is of utmost concern.
Your ticket(s) are being held; you may request that we:
Hold your ticket(s) until a postponement date for the concert is secured
Convert your ticket(s) as a donation to SNH
Refund your ticket(s)
Please reply to this email or email us at email@example.com with your preferences at your earliest convenience. Please note that our response time will be delayed due to the large influx of requests at this time. Our offices will be closed on December 31 and January 1.
We thank you for your understanding and continued support, and look forward to seeing you in spring 2022 as our season continues.
Read the full press release here.
Doors open at 6:45 pm
Celebrate the New Year with this exciting program performed under the baton of Music Director Roger Kalia! Featuring selections by Brahms, Milhaud, and Hailstork.
HAILSTORK, Fanfare on Amazing Grace
MILHAUD, La création du monde (The Creation of the World)
BRAHMS, Symphony No. 4
Roger Kalia, Conductor
*program subject to change
Ticket sales to this event are paused until a postponement date is announced. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY
We’re excited to safely welcome you back to live performances and the 2021–22 season!
The safety of our musicians, staff, and patrons is of utmost importance. We are closely monitoring and following guidance provided by federal, state, and local authorities. At this time, all attendees are required to show proof of vaccination and must remain masked at all times. Learn more by visiting symphonynh.org/safety.