A message to the Greater Kenosha community

The musicians of the Kenosha Symphony and the members of the Board of Directors wish you all good health, safety, and patience as we navigate the many challenges and changes facing us in the coming days.  As much as we miss playing together and making music for you, we are also mindful of our civic responsibility to our neighbors. We will continue to follow the health directives of our state and local leaders. 

In the meantime, we are planning for future concerts. At this time we have:

  • Rescheduled our May 2 Celebration of Beethoven concert to October 10, which will be the first concert of our 81st season.
  • Postponed our 80th Anniversary Gala – “A Night in Old Vienna” until some time in the fall.
  • Tentatively rescheduled our March 14 Broadway Comes to Kenosha concert for some time in the summer, at Reuther High School’s Ralph J. Houghton Performance Center, as health directives and KUSD scheduling permits.

Live music uplifts, heals the spirit, and brings joy to all. Come join us and celebrate the power of music – as soon as we are able!

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