Princeton Symphony Orchestra Cancels March and Early April Events Due to Coronavirus
(PRINCETON, NJ) -- Responding to concerns centered on the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the Princeton Symphony Orchestra (PSO) is canceling its Saturday and Sunday March 21-22 Stefan Jackiw Plays Mendelssohn concerts at Richardson Auditorium along with ancillary and community events through early April.
PSO Executive Director Marc Uys announced the cancellations after reviewing recent preventive measures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and local authorities with the PSO’s Executive Committee and receiving word of new policies put in place by venue partners. The orchestra supports the decisions of its venues including Princeton University/Richardson Auditorium and the Institute for Advanced Study to limit public gatherings in an effort to reduce opportunities for the spread of the disease.
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