Based on the CDC recommendations that recently came out, we have made the difficult decision to postpone or cancel all events between now and May 8, 2020. The Canton Symphony staff continues to work remotely, and the office remains closed.
At this time, only a few concerts are being rescheduled due to lack of availability in the hall. Subscribers and ticket buyers will be notified of the date change or cancellation.
We humbly ask you to help us in this difficult time and please consider donating the cost of your ticket purchase to the Canton Symphony in lieu of requesting a refund. Your support during this unsettling time is crucial and we are deeply grateful. You may donate your tickets or request a refund by following this link – https://www.cantonsymphony.org/ticket-return-form. Patrons may also choose to exchange into Hadelich Plays Tchaikovsky on May 19, 2020. This option is available through the same form.
As we plan and implement procedures in response to these events, please direct all communication to the contact form on our website.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. The health and safety of our patrons, musicians and staff is the most important consideration to us at this time.
Michelle Charles, President & CEO
Much praise is given to both Johannes Brahms and Robert Schumann for their contributions to orchestral music. Clara Schumann, however, sometimes gets forgotten in the shuffle of time.
A remarkable pianist and composer, Clara Schumann holds her own with some of the greatest composers for the piano and the orchestra.
Oberlin Conservatory professor Angela Cheng performs Clara Schumann’s piano concerto, while the Canton Symphony Orchestra also features Brahms’ Tragic Overture and Robert Schumann’s Symphony No. 3
Concert Prelude with Assistant Conductor Matthew Jenkins Jaroszewicz starts at 6:30pm
Angela Cheng, pianist