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THE GREATEST MUSIC

INTERPRETED LIVE

IN YOUR COMMUNITY

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Through music performed at the highest artistic level, the Orlando Symphony’s mission is to celebrate the region’s rich cultural diversity, by partnering with communities and educational institutions. Founded in 1991, the Orlando Symphony Orchestra is a legally established not-for-profit corporation and is Central Florida’s oldest continuously performing professional symphony orchestra.

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COVID-19 UPDATES AND RESOURCES

Due to the global pandemic caused by the coronavirus, musicians and entertainers around the world are faced with unprecidented financial issues. 

With nearly all performances having to be cancelled worldwide,  artists and organizations are struggling to make ends meet. 

HOW YOU CAN HELP:

If you are in a position to donate, please do so!  In addition to your help to the Orlando Symphony Orchestra, please consider giving to one of the many organizations that are helping artists and organizations during this time. 

There are many other ways to support your favorite artists, please check their websites and social media to find out the best way to individually support them. Whether you donate, purchase merchandise or recording, listen on streaming services, etc. every little bit helps!

DIY Muscians has some wonderful ideas of how you can help! 

IF YOU NEED HELP: 

Please see these lists of available resources that may be able to help. 
   Billboard’s list of resources
   AFM’s Resource Page
   Musician Care Network
   DIY Musicians

 


The Orlando Symphony Orchestra would like to acknowledge the generous collaboration of the following institutions.