2020–21 Season Postponements/Cancellations

These performances were postponed and have been rescheduled:

  • Danish String Quartet
    Postponed from: Tuesday, November 10
    New Date: Thursday, May 13
  • Thibault Cauvin
    Postponed from: Saturday, November 21
    New Date: Saturday, May 8

These performances are canceled:

  • Kazuhito Yamashita
    Saturday, December 5
  • Beethoven Lecture
    Saturday, December 12
  • Beethoven Marathon
    Saturday, December 12
  • Doric String Quartet
    Tuesday, January 19
  • Timo Andres
    Friday, January 29
  • Midori
    Thursday, February 4
  • David Greilshammer
    Sunday, February 7
  • Angelika Krichschlager and Julius Drake
    Saturday, February 20
  • Beatrice Rana and Renaud Capuçon
    Thursday, February 25
  • David Russell
    Saturday, February 27, 2021
  • Nicola Benedetti/Leonard Elschenbroich/Alexei Grynyuk Trio
    Wednesday, March 10
  • Dreamer’s Circus
    Friday, April 23
  • Chiaroscuro Quartet
    Saturday, May 1

These performances are postponed, and we hope to reschedule them for a later date:

  • Lawrence Brownlee
    Friday, October 2
  • Jennifer Koh, Timo Andres and Jay Campbell
    Tuesday, November 17
  • Alexander String Quartet with Robert Greenberg
    Saturday, January 30
  • Sérgio and Odair Assad
    Saturday, January 30
  • Alexander String Quartet with Robert Greenberg
    Saturday, February 13
  • Alexander String Quartet with Robert Greenberg
    Saturday, February 27

Plans are underway now to find a new date for each of these postponed performances. Hang on to your tickets. We will notify you as soon as a new date is set. Once the new date is set, no action is required on your part if you’d like to attend the concert.

Have Tickets to a Canceled or Postponed Performance?

If you’d prefer not to wait for the announcement of a rescheduled date for a postponed concert, or if you have tickets to a canceled event, here are your options:

  • Credit Towards Our 2020–21 Season
    Apply the value of your tickets towards a subscription or a single performance in our 2020–21 season. We’ve announced our 41st season, and offer a number of series subscriptions as well as a Make-Your-Own option.
  • Donate Your Tickets
    Consider turning your purchase into a donation to San Francisco Performances. Your support during this uncertain time will help us finish our season strong.
  • Gift Certificate
    Apply the value of your ticket towards a gift certificate. You may then use it when you wish or give it to someone else.
  • Refund
    You may request a full refund of your ticket purchase.

Once you decide what you’d like to do, here’s the best way to reach us:

By email (preferred): tickets@sfperformances.org
By phone: (415) 677-0325 (Mon–Fri, 9:30am—5:30pm)