New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
New Jersey Symphony Orchestra
We send our best wishes to you and hope you are well and staying healthy. We know these are challenging times for all, and we thank you for your understanding, patience and well wishes over the past few weeks. We are inspired by our audiences, and we can’t wait to be back in the hall, sharing live classical music!
 
Please consider donating the value of your ticket.

The impact of COVID-19 has been a game changer for the NJSO, like many arts organizations. This season alone, the NJSO is facing a deficit of $3.4 million, due in large part to the loss of ticket sales. The future is still uncertain for our beloved orchestra. You can support us at this time by donating the remainder of your tickets using the form below,
and by making a donation to our annual fund (link opens in new window).

Don’t forget: The CARES Act permits an above-the-line deduction of up to $300 per taxpayer household for qualified charitable contributions, including ticket donations, made in 2020. We greatly appreciate any action you take to support the NJSO.

DONATE MY TICKET | OTHER TICKET OPTIONS

Select your preferred option for the changes to your existing ticket (more information on each option will appear below after selection). *
Please select the 2020–21 season concert you would like to exchange your tickets into. To view a list of upcoming NJSO 2020–21 season concerts and for more information on the programs, click here (opens in new browser window). 2020–21 concerts will be seated at a later date.
The NJSO will place the value of your tickets on your NJSO patron account, which can be used any time before June 13, 2022.

There is no fee for this “open exchange” option; however, if you select a future concert that has a difference in price, or if you upgrade your seating section, you may be asked to cover the difference in the ticket value.
 
NOTE: Please add to the comment box below if you are converting all of your tickets to an account value, or specify the individual tickets you wish to convert to an account value. You do not need to refill this form for each ticket.
 
The NJSO will apply the value of your tickets to a gift certificate, which will be mailed to your preferred address. NJSO gift certificates never expire and can be used for upcoming concerts.
 
NOTE: Please add to the comment box below if you are converting all of your tickets to a gift certificate, or specify the individual tickets you wish to convert to a gift certificate. You do not need to refill this form for each ticket.
The NJSO has rescheduled the Star Wars: The Force Awakens concerts in April 2020 to the following dates:

Friday, March 19, 2021, at 8 pm at Count Basie Center for the Arts in Red Bank
Saturday, March 20, 2021, at 2 pm at NJPAC in Newark
Saturday, March 20, 2021, at 7:30 pm at NJPAC in Newark
Sunday, March 21, 2021 at 3 pm at State Theatre New Jersey in New Brunswick

Selecting this option will automatically reschedule your concert to the same day of week, venue, concert start time and seats as your originally purchased tickets. If you are not able to make the rescheduled concert, please note that in the comment section below and request a callback to discuss further ticket options regarding your Star Wars tickets.

Current ticketholders for the Star Wars: The Last Jedi in Concert received an automatic refund. We hope to bring this concert to you in 2021–22 season.
The NJSO has rescheduled the Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsPart 1 in Concert performance in May 2020 to the following date:

Saturday, October 31, 2020, at 2 pm at NJPAC in Newark

If you are not able to make the rescheduled concert at the new date and time (2 pm instead of 7:30 pm), please note that in the comment section below and request a callback to discuss further ticket options regarding your Harry Potter tickets.

All tickets for Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsPart 2 in Concert will be honored for the rescheduled date of June 5, 2021 at 7:30 pm at NJPAC in Newark.
Please consider donating your ticket as a way to further your support of the NJSO. The NJSO will apply the value of your tickets as a tax-deductible donation. A donation tax receipt will be emailed to you as soon as the ticket donation is processed (please allow 7–10 business days). Ticket donations are 100% tax-deductible and do not qualify for donor membership benefits.
 
The CARES Act permits an above-the-line deduction of up to $300 per taxpayer household for qualified charitable contributions, including ticket donations, made in 2020.
 
Support us at this critical time and support the role the NJSO plays in your community by making a donation (link opens in new window) to our annual fund. All new and increased gifts will count towards our 2020 Spring Challenge from NJSO Trustee Elin Mueller. Your gift will keep music and the musicians playing through NJSO at Home programming until we can be together again.

NOTE: Please add to the comment box below if you are donating all of your tickets, or specify the individual tickets you are donating. You do not need to refill this form for every ticket you intend to donate.
Due to the pandemic that has made these changes necessary, the NJSO Patron Services department is experiencing an extremely high volume of call requests. We are currently working remotely and cannot answer calls at our Newark office.

We will attempt to respond to you as quickly as possible, but we ask that you allow 7–10 business days for a call back. Thank you for your patience. We appreciate having you as a patron and will work to make all possible accomodations. To receive a call back, please select this option and provide the best time for a call back in the notes section below.

PATRON INFORMATION

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