U of I Auditorium Chamber Music Series Chanticleer Concert Cancelled
March 17, 2020
MOSCOW, Idaho — March 17, 2020 — In accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines restricting gatherings of more than 50 people, the final performance of the Auditorium Chamber Music Series’ 2019-20 season featuring Chanticleer on Tuesday, April 7, has been cancelled.
ACMS is working with Chanticleer to reschedule its performance in a future season.
For those who hold tickets to the April 7 concert, ACMS offers the following options:
- exchange tickets for a performance of another concert in the 2020-21 season;
- obtain a refund for tickets purchased; or
- convert tickets purchased into a tax-deductible contribution which will help support ACMS during this challenging time.
To facilitate one of the options above, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-885-7557.
As a nonprofit committed to bringing world-class musical experiences to the Palouse, ACMS encourages patrons to continue supporting local arts organizations and small businesses. ACMS will announce the 2020-21 season soon.
University of Idaho updates, resources and communications about COVID-19 can be found at uidaho.edu/coronavirus.
Director, Auditorium Chamber Music Series
Associate Director, Lionel Hampton School of Music
Special Events Coordinator, Lionel Hampton School of Music
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