The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra is ready to play a full season – Kelowna Information

Symphony ready to go

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The Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, after shortened and reduced seasons over the last 18 months, is preparing for a full season of concerts, performed for live audiences.

“It’s such a delight to be thinking and imagining having live audiences this season,” said Rosemary Thomson, who is starting her 15th season as the OSO’s music director and conductor.

“I’m so happy to share with you the concerts we have planned — eight diverse, wonderful concerts that we hope will reflect the times we are living in now, with hope, with renewal and with a new dawn.”

For a full list of concerts, click here.

The OSO says it continues to be committed to following all public health directives making it possible to present these concerts in a way that protects the safety of musicians, Symphony staff, and patrons.

Ticket holders will be required to show their BC Vaccination card, as proof of vaccination to access the theatres.

Ticket sales for the fall will commence on October 1.

As of today, our ticket limit for the October concert is 50 per cent of theatre capacity.

The Box Office at the Rotary Centre for the Arts will be the ticket agent for Kelowna and Penticton performances; Vernon Ticket Seller remains the agent for performances at VDPAC.

All programs and guest artists are subject to change.

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