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March 12, 2020 (Ann Arbor, MI) – The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra (A2SO) takes the health and safety of our patrons, musicians, and community very seriously. We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation in Southeast Michigan, including Governor Whitmer’s state of emergency declaration and advisory against public gatherings of 100 or more people.
In accordance with the Governor’s recommendations, we have decided to suspend the following Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra concerts while we determine the most appropriate next steps:
– Best of Broadway concerts on March 14 and 15
– West Side Story concert on March 21
– Music for Trombones chamber concert on March 23
– Measha & Mahler concert on April 25
If you hold tickets or a subscription to any of these concerts, a ticket exchange credit has automatically been applied to your account. This exchange credit will remain on your A2SO account and can be applied to any future A2SO concert within the 2020/2021 season. Due to the unprecedented volume of exchanges, please allow 2-3 weeks for processing. If you would like to convert your tickets into a tax-deductible contribution for your A2SO, please complete this brief form. Tickets may not be refunded, per the A2SO’s published ticketing policy. In accordance with federal guidelines, the A2SO office is now closed and the staff are working remotely. For this reason, we are unable to take phone calls. Should you have any questions, please direct these by email to info@a2so.com
We appreciate everyone’s understanding in these extraordinary times. We are closely monitoring the Governor’s advisories and will keep our symphony community updated as next steps are determined in the coming days. We will make an announcement to our community as soon as possible should any impact be made on our April 25th Measha & Mahler Mainstage concert.

As soon as it is safe from a public health standpoint, we will plan to see you at the symphony!

For more details and updates in regards to the coronavirus, visit the CDC website.