Omaha Symphony Promise

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For nearly 100 years, the Omaha Symphony and the community we call home have made a commitment to each other through challenging times.  Our founder, Henry Cox, gathered a group of musicians to bring the highest level of musical artistry and talent to our community in 1921, and we hope to do the same in 2021 and beyond. 

As we navigate best practices to keep our musicians, patrons, and staff safe during this pandemic, we recognize the need for flexibility and understanding with our constantly evolving environment. This means that health measures and best practices will inevitably be amended, artist availability may change, and your personal situations might evolve. In recognition of this ever-changing situation, we promise the following:

  • We will always communicate with you first to keep you up to date as we learn new information.
  • We will be flexible, understanding, and accommodating of needs for ticket exchanges, credits, and refunds should you be unable to safely attend a concert. Find more information and our most recent updates here.

In the face of uncertainty, our commitment to you has not and will not change.  We look forward to making music together soon in whatever shape that takes.  Consider joining us for our Centennial Anniversary Season in 2020-21. This milestone celebration, 100 years in the making, would not be complete without you.

Share your thoughts with us at email@omahasymphony.org.


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