The city of San Francisco has issued recommendations and measures intended to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus and thereby protect community health, notably by the closure of public spaces through Friday March 20th. The expectation and hope is that the critical period will have passed before our next performances, so we are currently planning to move forward with our March 27–30 concerts. If there is a change in that expectation, we will inform you as soon as possible, and we will continue to guide our decisions by recommended safety protocols in order to promote the safety of our audiences and performers.
Meanwhile, we join the chorus in hoping that you will take on precautionary practices especially during the coming week.
A Message from Executive Director Don Scott Carpenter
We are sorry to inform our patrons — to whom we are continually grateful for their support through contributions and ticket sales — that based on current information and the potential for more change in the short-term, we have canceled our performances of “Faire is the Heaven” on March 27-30, 2020 due to the outbreak and spread of Covid-19.
Meanwhile, our first and most important concern is the health and safety of our patrons and musicians. Most importantly, we hope that you are staying well and safe and taking all necessary precautions. We look forward to the end of this pandemic and to be able to return to joyfully shared musical experiences together.