Chicago Symphony cancels concerts through 30 March 2021

22 October 2020 63 views 0

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra announced that in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to ensure the safety of audiences, artists and staff, all 2020/21 season programs originally scheduled to take place from January 7 through March 30, 2021, have been cancelled.

Programs include Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) and Symphony Center Presents concerts, public concerts and events of the Negaunee Music Institute at the CSO and previously announced domestic tour performances by the CSO in Florida and California.

The Orchestra continues to explore the possibility of rescheduling affected programs and is reviewing plans to present smaller-scale live performances with a reduced audience in the future. Online concert programs, including the newly launched CSO Sessions series will continue to be released for on-demand streaming on the CSOtv video portal throughout this period, with details for additional episodes in the series to be announced soon.

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