Phoenix Symphony to Honor Tickets for Defunct West Valley Symphony

Classic Arts News   Phoenix Symphony to Honor Tickets for Defunct West Valley Symphony
 
The Phoenix Symphony will allow patrons of the West Valley Symphony, which shut down earlier this month, to use their tickets for certain Phoenix Symphony concerts, the orchestra announced.

The West Valley Symphony, which was located in Phoenix's western suburbs, closed its doors on February 5 because of persistent budget problems. There were two concerts remaining on its 2005-06 schedule.

Those holding West Valley Symphony tickets should call the Phoenix Symphony box office at 602-495-1999 or visit www.phoenixsymphony.org for more information on the exchange program.

"We are certainly saddened by the difficult decision made by the West Valley Symphony board of directors," said Phoenix Symphony president Maryellen Gleason," and we feel an obligation to do what we can to minimize the negative impact on West Valley patrons."


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