Public Health Update: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Last updated: August 23, 2021
A Continued Commitment to Safe Live Performances
The safety of our patrons, musicians, staff, and community is the Omaha Symphony’s priority. The Omaha Symphony continues to work closely with the Douglas County Department of Health and our partners at Omaha Performing Arts and UNMC to ensure the safety of all involved in the Omaha Symphony’s return to live performances. Read more about Omaha Performing Arts’ safety measures at the Holland Performing Arts Center here.
As of Monday, August 23, masks will be required for all ticketed events at the Holland Performing Arts Center and the Joslyn Art Museum, regardless of vaccination status. Masks are strongly recommended at the Holland Center Outdoors.
More Ways to Connect
The Omaha Symphony remains committed to providing flexible and accommodating solutions for all patrons. Find more information on the Omaha Symphony Promise here.
Additionally, patrons can expect to see continued efforts through the digital initiative Symphony | Anywhere, the comprehensive place to listen to archived recordings, videos for students, teachers, and families, as well as engaging social media content from musicians. Log in to SymphonyAnywhere.com now with your Ticket Omaha credentials, or create an account for free—find more information here.
The continued support of our community has helped us keep the music playing during a challenging time. A gift today supports the music you love and keeps the Omaha Symphony strong for 100 more years of live music.