Symphony Taking Concerts To Patrons’ Homes, Businesses
The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra can’t give concerts in Powell Symphony Hall due to coronavirus restrictions, so musicians are taking performances straight to patrons.
The symphony recently began its “On the Go” series that involves outdoor chamber music performances for crowds of 50 or less and even performances at people's homes. Plans call for the free “On the Go” concerts to continue through early October.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services on Monday reported 1,463 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus, and 12 additional deaths.
The state has reported 114,307 confirmed cases and 1,807 deaths since the pandemic began.