March 29th Concert Postponed

 

The health and safety of our patrons, musicians, staff and community at large is the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra’s primary concern.  We have been continually monitoring the evolving situation regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) via local and national updates including the City of Waterbury, Naugatuck Valley Community College, the Connecticut Department of Public Health, and the CDC.

Out of an abundance of caution, the NVCC Board of Regents has cancelled all events on campus through April 5th. Therefore, the WSO will be postponing the March 29th Carnival of the Animals concert.  We are working to reschedule this concert and will notify all ticket holders of the new date as soon as it is secured.  Your tickets will automatically be honored for the rescheduled performance.  We are happy to offer complimentary ticket exchanges to anyone unable to attend the rescheduled date.


Thank you for your understanding and support as we navigate these uncertain times. This decision impacts our organization, musician and partners financially. If you cannot attend the rescheduled concert, please consider exchanging your ticket for a future concert or donating your ticket purchase to help support the WSO.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via email at info@waterburysymphony.org.

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Our administrative offices are temporarily closed, but our staff are working hard from their homes.  If you have questions, reach out via phone at 203-574-4283 or email at info@waterburysymphony.org.

Box Office
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until further notice)

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The WSO builds connections across the region with exploratory concerts, events, and educational programs. The WSO maintains a firm commitment to produce programs that are of value to its patrons, participants and community partners. This commitment is rooted in the Symphony’s core belief that music education and shared cultural experiences are essential to creating community.  Founded in 1938, the Symphony has assembled over 100 of the most talented musicians across New England to perform throughout Northwest Connecticut.  The 2019-2020 season celebrates Maestro Leif Bjaland’s 25th Anniversary as Music Director & Conductor with the WSO.

The Symphony has been the Orchestra-in-Residence at Naugatuck Valley Community College since 1992. 

Naugatuck Valley Community College

750 Chase Parkway
Waterbury, CT 06708

The Palace Theater

100 E. Main St.
Waterbury, CT 06702

info@waterburysymphony.org

203-574-4283

Administrative Offices:

160 Robbins Street

Waterbury, CT 06708

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