BLOOMINGTON — The Illinois Symphony Orchestra has canceled the March 20 spring concert in Bloomington and March 21 concert in Springfield because of precautions due to the coronavirus.
The symphony has canceled or postponed all events for the next 30 days.
Events canceled are:
Concert chats on Tuesday at the Bloomington Country Club; meet the musician with Itamar Zorman and music director Ken Lam; spring celebration concert March 20 at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts, along with concert comments and post-concert reception; and the spring concert March 21 at the University of Illinois at Springfield Performing Arts Center, along with concert comments and post-concert reception.
Events postponed are:
The Make Music Instrument Petting Zoo, March 28, from 10 to noon at the Children’s Discovery Museum, Normal; and the Around the Town concert at 3 p.m. March 29 at Moses Montefiore Temple Bloomington.
For ticketed performances and events, you may:
• Donate your ticket(s) or fee. You will receive a receipt for your tax-deductible donation. Email the Illinois Symphony Orchestra at email@example.com or call 800-401-7222.
• Exchange your tickets for the final performance of the 2019–大中华彩票代理 season on May 1 in Bloomington or May 2 in Springfield. Ticket exchanges are free. Please contact the BCPA ticket office at 309-434-2777 or UIS ticket office at 217-206-6160 during business hours.
• For other options and questions, email the Illinois Symphony Orchestra at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-401-7222.
The Illinois Symphony Orchestra, led by Music Director Ken Lam, is Central Illinois’ largest professional orchestra.