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Dear Ann Arbor Symphony Family,

The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra takes the health and safety of our patrons, musicians, and community seriously. We have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation in Southeast Michigan, including Governor Whitmer’s state of emergency declaration and this evening’s 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 concerts while we determine the most appropriate next steps:

– Best of Broadway concerts on March 14 & 15
– West Side Story concert on March 21
– Music for Trombones chamber concert on March 23

If you hold tickets or subscriptions to any of these events, please contact the box office at 734.994.4801 during business hours or at tickets@a2so.com by email to discuss your options. We have modified our exchange policy and will include all 2020-2021 concerts as options in the ticket exchange process. You can also convert your tickets into a tax-deductible contribution to your A²SO.

We appreciate everyone’s understanding in these extraordinary times. Will keep our symphony community updated as next steps are determined in the coming days. We will closely monitor the Governor’s advisories and any impact on our April 23rd Measha & Mahler Mainstage concert.

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

Be well,

Tyler Rand
Executive Director
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra