Cascade Symphony Orchestra concert postponed

By Barry Zepel | Cascade Symphony

Due to uncertainty around the growth of the coronavirus in the Seattle metropolitan area, the Cascade Symphony Orchestra concert, scheduled for Monday (March 9) at Edmonds Center for the Arts, has been postponed. 

“We are taking this action, based on recommendations by the health departments of King and Snohomish counties to postpone large events and gatherings, in an effort to protect the health of our audience and musicians,” said Rose Gear, Cascade Symphony executive director. “We are currently working to find an opportunity to present this program at a later date and will share details as soon as they are available. Any tickets purchased will still be valid at a rescheduled concert.”

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