Hello again patrons and supporters,
We are sad to announce that the remainder of our 2019-2020 concert season will be rescheduled to next season. As we closely monitor the progress of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we believe it is in the best interest of our musicians, staff, loyal audiences, and the Columbus community at large to postpone the remainder of our events.
As we previously announced, we will reschedule our Tuesday, March 17th concert with the Columbus Ballet, Carnival of the Animals, and our Saturday, March 28th concert, Firebird & Carmina Burana. We will also reschedule our April 25th concert A Night of Beethoven. All dates are currently being determined and will be announced along with our 2020-2021 Season in the coming weeks.
All concert tickets will still be valid and will be honored at the rescheduled concert dates. Please be patient as we work to contact all of you individually over the next few weeks to best serve your needs. For concerns or questions you may have, please see our additional details listed below.
We appreciate all of your support and patience at this time!
CSO Executive Director
Have questions? Check the FAQ’s below:
Will the remaining 2019-2020 concerts be performed?
At this time, all concerts remaining in the 2019-2020 season will be rescheduled to next season. This includes Carnival of the Animals, Firebird & Carmina Burana, and A Night of Beethoven. The rescheduled dates are currently being determined. We will be in contact personally with all ticket holders for these three concerts over the next three weeks. Depending on guest artist availability, you might see slight changes in repertoire or soloists.
Will my concert tickets be honored for the rescheduled date?
Yes! Your tickets for Carnival of the Animals, Firebird & Carmina Burana, and A Night of Beethoven will still be valid and will be honored at the rescheduled concert dates next season.
How can I help?
We greatly appreciate all of the help and support from our patrons at this time. Please be patient as we work to contact all of you individually to best serve your needs. For those unable to attend the rescheduled date, consider donating your tickets to the CSO and we will gift those seats to an attending student. Monetary donations are always welcome and can be given online via our website by clicking HERE.
What if I can’t attend the rescheduled concert date?
We apologize for any inconvenience the reschedule may cause. If you cannot attend the rescheduled dates next season, please consider gifting your tickets to a friend or donating your tickets back to the CSO for a tax-deductible letter and the opportunity to gift your seats to an attending student.
Value exchanges will be made available upon request. We will be contacting all ticket holders personally in the coming weeks to find a solution that works best for you.
Additional questions and concerns should be made to:
CSO Marketing Director and Development Assistant
Kristen Hudson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your support and patience!
We wish you all a very safe and healthy year.