Dear Symphoria Family,
I hope this continues to find you healthy in body and spirit. As we get closer and closer to our 2020-21 season, we continue to plan ways to provide you with the best Symphoria experience possible. It’s been a comfort to know that you’re with us on this journey, and that music will continue to be a part of bringing our family together through the months ahead. This is a time unlike any other and the one thing I know to the tips of my toes is that we will all still be together through it all. Symphoria is here and will be here for many concert seasons to come because you keep the music playing.
Please keep checking out our website at ExperienceSymphoria.org and our social media channels on Facebook and Instagram for the most up-to-date information, and please share our news with your friends and family.
We are finding the opportunities among the obstacles, and now distance is no barrier to experiencing Symphoria. You can experience a live-streamed concert from anywhere on the globe, and we hope that you’ll invite people you love to enjoy the orchestra that you love.
Really, I just want to convey our deep appreciation for your kindness, patience, and generosity. Music is for bringing people together, and you are all a part of Symphoria’s successes. On behalf of the musicians, Board, and staff, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
With a heart full of gratitude,