Music for All Seasons is cancelling its May 10, 2020 concert
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has issued an order prohibiting the gathering of groups of more than 100 people in the State of Ohio, in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, commonly known as “Corona virus.”
Even though most of our largest audience numbers never go over 100 for any but our annual December Holiday concert and live auction, being committed to the health and well-being of our audience members and artists we are following common sense practices regarding social distancing.
Also, because of our close relationship to the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, in which most activities have been cancelled or rescheduled through the end of May, it would be all but impossible for the artists involved in our May 10 concert to prepare and rehearse for it, as they are all closely connected to CCM as alumni, graduate students and or faculty.
This cancellation will have a significant emotional and financial impact for all of us – audience and artists. Throughout our 7-year history we have never had to cancel or even reschedule an event, and we are grateful to all of you for your enormous loyalty and support throughout the years.
This world-wide health crisis is a fluidly changing situation, because of which we are not able at this time or in the immediate future to speak of future plans regarding the possible rescheduling of this concert or its permanent cancellation. Neither are we able to predict the fate of our projected Season 2020-2021 at this time.
Additional updates regarding our future performances will be published on our website (www.musicseasonsinCincinnati.com) on my blog (RafaelMusicNotes.com) and on our Facebook Group page
We send our thoughts and wishes for health and peace to you and yours.
Rafael de Acha & Kimberly Daniel de Acha