Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College adjusts its summer schedule impacting two concerts set for June and July. With the continued impact of COVID-19, the professional orchestra is now forced to cancel two concerts including the rescheduled “Beethoven 5” concert on June 27, and the beloved annual “4th on the 3rd” concert.
“We are greatly saddened our initial plans to reschedule the Beethoven 5 concert will not be possible. Certainly, the last few months have brought a flood of emotions to all of us at Signature Symphony as we navigate the realities of COVID-19. We have missed being together and sharing the love of music with our Signature family,” said Kelly Clark, Dean of Visual & Performing Arts at TCC.
The decision to cancel the summer concerts prioritizes the health and safety of patrons, musicians, and staff. Signature Symphony’s move also follows Tulsa Community College’s shift to all online summer courses and to continue remote operations through the summer. All college events on campus have been canceled through July.
At the same time, Signature Symphony has revised plans for the 2020-2021 concert season to better respond to updated guidance from health officials. The orchestra will release updated details for 2020-2021 season performances in the coming weeks.
“Signature Symphony at TCC musicians and staff thank you for your patience and continued patronage during these unprecedented times,” said Clark.
Signature Symphony will be communicating with all ticket holders for canceled events regarding options for next steps. If you have questions, contact Signature Symphony by phone at (918) 595-7777 or email email@example.com. Currently, the VanTrease PACE Ticket Office is not available for walk-up transactions.