Health & Safety

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Health & Safety Update


The Woodruff Arts Center Campus will be closed to
employees and patrons until further notice.
Health & Safety Update
 
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is committed to the health and safety of our patrons, musicians, employees and volunteers. We are monitoring the situation, and continue to look to the CDC, the Fulton County Health Department and the city of Atlanta and state leadership for guidance. At this time all orchestral concerts through May 11 have been postponed or cancelled, along with all "on-the-road" performances through April. We will keep you updated as new information becomes available.

If a performance you were planning to attend has been cancelled, we ask that you consider donating the value of your ticket back to the ASO. Thanks to generous members of our Board, your tax-deductible donation will be matched and will help buoy the institution as we navigate these unprecedented waters. We need your support of our talented musicians and award-winning education programs now more than ever. Thank you.

We greatly appreciate the outpouring of support we have received while navigating this uncharted territory and we look forward to once again taking the stage in Symphony Hall. The safety of our ASO family and our patrons is our top priority, so at this time we are announcing the postponement or cancellation of the following concerts. We are currently offering the following ticketing options for those who hold tickets to a cancelled concert.

All of the latest information on postponements and cancellations can be found below.

We appreciate your support during this challenging time.

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