As the health and welfare of the musicians, audiences and staff are of the utmost importance, the Fort Wayne Philharmonic recently announced all Patriotic Pops concerts scheduled between June 26 and July 4 are now canceled.
This decision is based on the measures outlined in Governor Holcomb’s “Roadmap to Safely Reopen Indiana.” That includes specific guidelines about curtailing activities like concerts of this nature until after July 4. The Philharmonic will communicate further plans as more is learned from governmental health officials and directives are issued by the governor’s office.
“We are again sorry to disappoint our loyal audiences who have come to revere the annual summer concerts performed all throughout northeast Indiana. Patriotic repertory brings us all together like no other music and we regret having to curtail these activities because of the current health crisis. We will continue to do our best to reach audiences on various media platforms with the beauty of music as we work through this challenging period. Please stay tuned for more information as plans continually are being developed,” said Andrew Constantine, music director.
In an effort to remain in compliance with current health practices, the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Box Office will be closed to public access until further notice. However, box office personnel can be contacted at fwphil.org or by calling (260) 481-0777.
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