Release date: 6/8/2016
Performances of Soprano Deborah Voigt's One-Woman Show, Originally Scheduled for May 2016, Will Not Be Rescheduled
Voigt Lessons Cancelled.pdf
San Francisco Opera today announced that the two cancelled performances of soprano Deborah Voigt’s eponymous show Voigt Lessons, originally slated to take place on May 6 & 8, will not be rescheduled due to scheduling conflicts. The May performances, part of SF Opera Lab’s inaugural season at the Wilsey Center’s Taube Atrium Theater, were cancelled due to a ruptured eardrum suffered by Ms. Voigt.
The San Francisco Opera Box Office will offer ticket holders the following options: a full ticket refund; a contribution receipt for the value of the ticket; or another accommodation, such as a ticket to another summer performance, subject to availability. Ticket holders may call the San Francisco Opera Box Office at (415) 864-3330. Box Office hours are Monday 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m.–6 p.m. If no exchange or donation is requested by July 2, 2016, San Francisco Opera will automatically issue refunds for credit card purchases or by check mailed to the account address.