CSO schedule: Chicago Symphony Orchestra show canceled after music director tests positive for COVID

CSO schedule: Chicago Symphony Orchestra show canceled after music director tests positive for COVID

CHICAGO (TOC) — Tuesday evening’s efficiency by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra was canceled after music director Riccardo Muti examined optimistic for COVID-19.

He is been testing every day in accordance with security protocols on the CSO.

Maestro Muti is experiencing delicate signs and is in good spirits, in response to the CSO web site.

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In an announcement, he stated, “I hope to be again as quickly as doable and am trying ahead to as soon as once more sharing music with the general public in Chicago.”

Patrons with tickets have choices, together with exchanging tickets into future live shows, returning tickets and placing the cash on account, or changing the worth of tickets to a tax-deductible contribution.

Extra data is obtainable by calling Symphony Heart Patron Companies at 312-294-3000.

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