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Compose Your Own Now! CYO Season Overview
With audiences seeking meaningful ways to connect to music and each other from home, our musicians and education partners are creating fresh, curated online content and experiences.


COVID-19 update: The San Francisco Symphony’s COVID-19 response has been guided by a belief that we must “plan for the worst while hoping for the better.” With that in mind, we have come to realize that even our best-case scenario now requires the cancellation of all remaining concerts and events in the 2019–20 season, including Summer with the Symphony. Learn more and view a list of canceled concerts.

Ticket Donation Benefits

A tax deduction for the total value of your ticket/s. 

Your ticket donation will be matched by a group of generous San Francisco Symphony Board members and donors

Special additional thank-you opportunities for those who opt to donate their ticket/s.

Celebrating San Francisco 

Symphony Volunteers

Extending Volunteer Appreciation through the month of May, we thank the 1,800 volunteers that support us through each season.


Created by SF Symphony violist David J. Kim,

this photo series explores how our family is

navigating the many challenges—and joys—

of sheltering-in-place.

Let’s go Home
 Dan Smith, double bass
JOIN the season playlist

Take the sound of the season with you. 

The San Francisco Symphony invites
you to celebrate Michael Tilson Thomas’
25th and final season as their music
director with new, live concert recordings from the 2019-20 season.


Check out these fun facts, activities, and lessons that support music education at home.


There is much more exciting music to come for all of us through expanded digital content and events, including a 25-day online celebration in June of Michael Tilson Thomas’ remarkable 25-year tenure as San Francisco Symphony Music Director.

Clarinetist Luis Baez
For San Francisco Symphony clarinetist Luis Baez, part of the fascination with bonsai is “how a tree can be on such a small scale and still evoke the same emotional response that a fully mature tree would.”
Meet Luis Baez Meet More Musicians

Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony’s Keeping Score television series is now available for free global online streaming.


In this time of uncertainty, one thing remains constant: Our deepest gratitude for the dedication and support of each and every member of the San Francisco Symphony family. 

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