FALL 2020 TICKETING & PACKAGES

Premium Digital Fall Subscription: $99

  • Access to the three Fall 2020 concerts, available for three days for on demand streaming
  • New private events
    • Sun, Oct 25, 5:30pm: Watch Party for the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and violinist Nicola Benedetti's performance of Bruch’s Concerto No. 1 in G minor with a welcome from the Orchestra. Available for on-demand streaming.
    • Sun, Nov 15 - Sat, Nov 21: Exclusive access to watch Strings Attached, a 2020 documentary about the Dover Quartet, which performed on SHCS’s Discovery Series in 2017. Accompanied by a SHCS Q&A with the filmmaker and a member of the Quartet.
    • Thu, Dec 3 & Thu, Dec 10, 7:30pm: The World of the Bach Chorales: New two-part class by The Peabody Institute's Richard Giarusso. 
  • An Artist Encore for each Fall 2020 performance, shared after each concert
  • 20% discount at Bin 604 Wine Sellers
  • Priority in seating change requests when SHCS returns to Shriver Hall

Digital Fall Subscription: $30

  • Access to the three Fall 2020 concerts, available for three days for on demand streaming

Digital Single Ticket: $15

  • Access to the Fall 2020 concert, available for three days for on demand streaming


If You Have Already Subscribed to the 2020-21 Subscription Series

If you have already purchased a subscription for the 2020-21 season, your status as a Premium Digital Fall Subscriber is already confirmed! You will be receiving more details by email in the coming weeks.

If you would like to change your status to a Digital Fall Subscriber or no longer wish to subscribe at all, the following options are available to you for the three fall concerts. 

  • Donate the value to provide critical operational support to SHCS
  • Transfer the value to a Gift Certificate that is redeemable for four years.
  • Receive a refund for the value upon request.

Please notify us of your wishes by completing this Fall 2020 Change Form. All change requests must be received by Friday, October 9.


Spring 2021 Concerts

We will be making a decision and announcement about the spring concerts in the coming months, as we learn more about the anticipated course of COVID-19 and receive guidance from government leaders, public health officials, and The Johns Hopkins University. If there are any changes to the status of these concerts, options for ticketholders will be announced at that time.