Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the health and well-being of our musicians and our patrons, Music Director Robert Lehmann announces that the North Shore Philharmonic Orchestra has canceled its Spring Concert originally scheduled for April 26. While hopeful that the spread of the Covid-19 virus will have subsided by then, Orchestra's Board of Directors and Music Director Lehmann concluded that current threat of the virus will prevent the Orchestra's sufficient preparation of the concert program.
"We make this decision only after careful and thoughtful consideration of public health information and in compliance with the advice and recommendations of health care professionals as well as local and state officials" said Music Director Lehmann. "In the 72-year history of the North Shore Philharmonic Orchestra, concert cancellations have been an extremely rare event."
For those who were looking forward to the Spring Concert program that included the Prokofiev Symphony No. 5 and the Walton Viola concerto featuring Kimberly Lehmann, there is good news: these works, and soloist, will be appear during the 2020-2021 season. Keep an eye out on the Orchestra's Facebook Page and on this website as the NSPO announces its complete 2020-2021 season soon.
For those who already have purchased tickets to the Spring Concert as part of a season subscription or individually, please email the Orchestra at firstname.lastname@example.org
to request a refund of the single ticket value or, if you wish, convert your previous payment to a donation to the Orchestra.