Public Health Update: Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Last updated: April 28, 2020
The Omaha Symphony’s top priority is a commitment to the health and safety of our patrons, orchestra, staff, and community. Following the Governor’s Directed Health Measure (DHM), the Omaha Symphony has canceled or postponed the following concerts:
- March 15: Schumann Symphony No. 2 | Joslyn Art Museum | Cancelled
- March 21: Gala Concert: Emanuel Ax Plays Brahms - Postponed (new date to be determined)
- March 27-28: La Mer & Brahms Violin Concerto | Holland Center | Cancelled
- April 4: British Invasion II, with Billy McGuigan | Holland Center | Cancelled
- April 19: Haydn & Beethoven | Joslyn Art Museum | Cancelled
- April 24-25: Bugs Bunny at the Symphony | Holland Center | Postponed indefinitely (Working to reschedule in a future season)
- May 1-2: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back in Concert | Cancelled
- May 8-9: Wilkins Conducts Mahler | Cancelled
- May 17: Mozart with Condoleezza Rice & Thomas Wilkins | Cancelled
- May 30-31: The Soul of Motown w/ Matt Catingub | Cancelled
- June 5-6: All Beethoven | Cancelled
What Patrons Can Do Now
- Donate Your Tickets - Donate your tickets and receive a tax deduction for the total ticket value.
- Apply the Balance Towards 20/21 Season Tickets – Exchange the value of the tickets towards a subscription for the 20/21 season.
- Refund - Receive a refund for the value of the ticket. Requests for refunds must be made by May 30, 2020.
*Please note: If no action is taken by May 30, your tickets will automatically be donated.
For questions regarding the concerts, email Ticket Omaha at ticketomaha@O-pa.org or call 402.345.0606.
You may experience longer wait times than normal, due to all the recent event changes. We appreciate your patience.
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 very much are looking forward to being back in the concert hall, but in the meantime, we encourage our patrons to engage with us virtually through Symphony | Anywhere. From recent recordings, to a virtual classroom and more- our musicians continue to play for you, wherever you are.
Though our concert hall may be quiet, the orchestra still 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.
We encourage our patrons to purchase their 2020-21 season subscriptions now. We can't wait to see everyone in the concert hall soon!