After a long and strange year like 2020 and the loss of an entire concert season, its hard to believe that a new and viable season is anywhere on the horizon. But EMSO’s Board is starting work on the 2021-2022 Concert Season! With hopes for the success of the continued efforts to distribute vaccines to communities, EMSO anticipates the orchestra will be able to enter fall 2021 with bright plans for a fabulous year!
EMSO is starting to plan for its 2021-2022 Concert Season
East Metro Symphony Orchestra is working on what the next concert season will be, with hopes that it will feel familiar and welcoming but also knowing that some aspects of the season may need to be a little different.
EMSO is planning on again having four main concerts, with three of these concerts having associated Symphonies for Seniors performances at senior residences.
All concerts are tentative at this point, and EMSO hopes to confirm plans for the season by July 2021.
Schedule for Fall 2021 (Subject to change)
A Concert of Thanksgiving and Remembrance
Sunday, October 24, 2021 – St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
This concert may involve an interactive aspect – stay tuned for more info!
Sunday December 12, 2021 – The Grove United Methodist Church
EMSO plans on collaborating with another arts organization for this concert.
Planning for Spring 2022 (subject to change)
EMSO had to cancel its planned concert celebrating Beethoven’s 250th birthday in 2020 because of COVID-19. The orchestra intends to present an updated version of this concert in 2022.
Fourth concert yet to be determined
We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our concerts! If you have any suggestions or ideas for EMSO’s 2021-2022 Concert Season, please contact EMSO president Steve Crooks at [email protected].