COVID-19 UPDATE: SCHEDULE CHANGES
St. Cecilia Music Center places the highest priority on the health and safety of our concertgoers, artists, guests, patrons and students.
Due to the statement made by the CDC and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services regarding the steps we need to take to control the spread of the coronavirus, SCMC has made the following changes to upcoming events:
MARC COHN | MARCH 19
RESCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 11, 2020.
This concert is rescheduled for September 11th, 2020. All current tickets will be valid for the new date. See below for our ticket policy on rescheduled performances.
THE CLAYTON BROTHERS | APRIL 16
Unfortunately, this show has been cancelled as rescheduling it for a date in the near future is not possible. See below for information on ticket refunds.
EAT. DRINK. BE MERRY! | APRIL 18
RESCHEDULED FOR JUNE 6
Our annual wine tasting and auction event hosted by Martha’s Vineyard has been rescheduled for June 6. All current tickets for the event will be valid for the new date.
CMS – FROM PRAGUE TO VIENNA | APRIL 30
As of now, this concert is still scheduled. Based on CDC recommendation and government restrictions still in place at the beginning of April, a decision will be made on the possibility of holding this performance.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC PROGRAMS
CANCELLED UNTIL APRIL 13
All rehearsals for SCMC’s School of Music ensembles are cancelled through April 10. Rehearsals are scheduled to resume on Monday, April 13.
SHAWN COLVIN | MAY 19
POSTPONED – DATE TBD
This concert will be rescheduled for a later date. We will communicate the new date ASAP. All current tickets will be valid for the new date. See below for our ticket policy on rescheduled performances.
TICKET POLICY FOR RESCHEDULED PERFORMANCES
The Marc Cohn concert and Eat. Drink. Be Merry! wine tasting event have both been rescheduled for a later date. No refunds are being issued at this time.
TICKET POLICY FOR CANCELLED PERFORMANCES
If you wish to receive a refund for your tickets to The Clayton Brothers, please contact our Box Office Manager Kelly Herremans at firstname.lastname@example.org or 616.459.2224 x201.
In lieu of a refund, please consider donating the value of your tickets back to SCMC. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on ticket revenue to sustain our daily operations, which will be greatly affected over the next month.
There is no rush for you to tell us your preference. There will be a large volume of calls and emails and Kelly is a Box Office of one, so we thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as we respond as quickly as we can.
We appreciate your commitment to and support of SCMC and know you are with us as we take steps to ensure the health and safety of our audiences, patrons, employees and entire community.