Public Health Update: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Last updated: March 24, 2020
These are truly unprecedented times and we are doing our part to ensure the safety of the greater Omaha community. As we continue to learn new information, we must update our plans to make music together.
The Douglas County Health Department mandates that all gatherings larger than 10 people are prohibited until April 30th. Due to these developments, the Omaha Symphony has taken the following actions:
The below concerts have been canceled or postponed:
- March 15: Schumann Symphony No. 2 | Joslyn Art Museum | Canceled
- March 21: Gala Concert: Emanuel Ax Plays Brahms - Postponed (new date to be determined)
- March 27-28: La Mer & Brahms Violin Concerto | Holland Center | Canceled
- April 4: British Invasion II, with Billy McGuigan | Holland Center | Postponed (new date to be determined)
- April 19: Haydn & Beethoven | Joslyn Art Museum | Canceled
- April 24-25: Bugs Bunny at the Symphony | Holland Center | Postponed (new date to be determined)
- May 1-2: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back in Concert | Canceled
What Patrons Can Do Now
- Ticket Exchange - Exchange your tickets into any concert later in the 2019-2020 season. All exchange fees will be waived.
- Donate Your Tickets - Donate your tickets and receive a tax deduction for the total ticket value.
- Refund - Receive a refund for the value of the ticket.
- Wait for Rescheduled Date – simply hold on to your tickets. There is nothing more that needs to be done.
For questions regarding the concerts, email Ticket Omaha at ticketomaha@O-pa.org.
For questions regarding the gala dinner, please call 402-661-8575.
Unfortunately, because of the cancellation and postponement, you may experience longer wait times. We appreciate your patience.
We will continue to post updates to our website and social media as needed.
Thank you for your continued support of the Omaha Symphony. For the latest updates and interesting and entertaining content during this time, please follow Omaha Symphony on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
We encourage our guests to purchase future concerts with confidence. All tickets through June 2020 will be exchangeable.
Though our concert hall may be quiet, the orchestra needs your help. A gift today will support the musicians and the music that you love. We will see through this unprecedented time together. Not only will you make an immediate impact on our ability to continue our work today, but you will help the Omaha Symphony remain financially healthy, relevant and strong in the future.