Barnstable Performing Arts Center closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19
HYANNIS, MA—March 30, 2020
In a measure of continued safety, the Cape Symphony has canceled its May 2 & 3 performances of Visions: Mozart and Mahler as the Barnstable Performing Arts Center remains closed amid health and safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.
“This is such an unfortunate situation, and as with other non-profit organizations, we are facing a serious financial threat. We are focused on the safety and wellbeing of our staff, musicians and customers, but we are also concerned about the financial future of the Cape Symphony,” said Ellen Dickinson, Board Chair of the Cape Symphony & Conservatory.
The organization has provided three options for May concert ticket holders: donate their tickets back to the organization as a gesture of support, accept credit for a future concert or series subscription, or request a refund.
“If people are able to donate their tickets back to us, that would be a wonderful gift in this difficult time,” said Dickinson. “We know that this is a challenging time for everyone, and so we are setting aside our non-refundable ticket policy to provide our customers with that option.”
Jen Pitta, Public Relations Specialist
About Cape Symphony & Conservatory
Cape Cod’s very own orchestra, Cape Symphony, performs at the Barnstable Performing Arts Center in Hyannis. From popular hits to magnificent classics, highlighting hidden gems and putting a new twist on standards, the emphasis is always on fun, surprises, and beautiful music. Led by Artistic Director and Conductor Jung-Ho Pak, the Cape Symphony provides an experience like no other. Cape Conservatory’s commitment to arts education for all ages includes musical instruction as well as classes in dance and visual art at campuses in Barnstable and Falmouth. Its Preschool program is known for blending traditional academics with the arts. Through MusicWorks! Everyday and other community outreach programs, Cape Conservatory brings an array of engaging programs to thousands of students on the Cape and Islands. Visit www.capesymphony.org and www.capeconservatory.org for more information.