Based on the CDC recommendations that recently came out, the Canton Symphony Orchestra (CSO) has decided 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 where the concerts take place. Subscribers and ticket buyers will be notified of the date change or cancellation and given the opportunity to receive a full refund or donate their tickets back to the symphony. Patrons will be directed to https://www.cantonsymphony.org/ticket-return-form to notify us of their wishes.
As we plan and implement procedures in response to these events, please direct all communication to the contact form on our website.
Even though these performances are not taking place, the CSO has made the decision to pay the musicians a portion of what they would have received for their services. As our team rallies to navigate this difficult path, the end goal is clear: Canton Symphony Orchestra will continue to provide classical music programming and professional performance opportunities to our community.
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