MSO “Mozart + Mahler” Concerts Postponed Due to Coronavirus
HAGERSTOWN, Md. – March 13, 2020 – The Maryland Symphony Orchestra will postpone the “Mozart + Mahler” concerts originally scheduled for March 14 and 15 at the Maryland Theatre in Hagerstown. This is due to the announcement yesterday by Governor Larry Hogan that Maryland is under an elevated state of emergency. As such, he has ordered that all gatherings of more than 250 people must be canceled or postponed until such time as the state of emergency is lifted.
The orchestra understands this news may be disappointing to many patrons; however, this decision is in the best interest of our patrons and our community and is in compliance with the Governor’s executive order. Staff members are currently working on identifying a date and time in the near future to reschedule these performances. Once confirmed in the coming days, the box office team will reach out to all ticket holders to offer the option of attending an alternate performance, exchanging for another performance this season, or converting your tickets to a tax deductible donation.
At this time, patrons with tickets for these performances should wait for further information from the Maryland Symphony box office staff. More information will be forthcoming in the next 7 -10 days.
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Founded in 1982, Maryland Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its 38th season as the area’s premier professional orchestra. Under the musical direction of Maestra Elizabeth Schulze, the Maryland Symphony Orchestra is dedicated to providing musical performances that educate and entertain, while enhancing the cultural environment of Western Maryland and the surrounding region. Learn more: www.marylandsymphony.org