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STAMFORD, CT - Russell Jones, President and CEO has announced that the concerts on March 21 & 22, 2020 will be cancelled. Stamford Symphony puts the utmost priority on the health and safety of all its audience, musicians and staff. Over the past weeks, the Symphony has been continually monitoring the evolving situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) via local and national updates including the City of Stamford, the Connecticut Department of Public Health, the NY State Health Department, and the CDC.
Russell Jones said, “Out of an abundance of caution, we want to proactively manage the health risk to the general public in Fairfield County, Connecticut. By cancelling the concerts now, we are able to plan to reschedule the concerts for a later date this spring.”
Stamford Symphony is in the process of rescheduling the March concerts for a later date in the spring. As soon as this date is available, Stamford Symphony will be posting the concert details on its website. Current ticket holders for the March concerts with questions should contact the Stamford Symphony directly at 203.325.1407 x10.
It is Stamford Symphony’s hope that everyone follows the CDC protocols for preventing the spread of this virus.