Thank you for being an important part of the Kennett Symphony family. We miss seeing you in the concert hall and are looking forward to being together again when it is safe to do so. We send best wishes for health and safety to you and yours.
This spring, we made the heart-wrenching decision to cancel the remainder of Kennett Symphony’s 2019-2020 concert season – our Family concert, our Reimagined concert at Mendenhall Inn, two Longwood Gardens concerts, and our spring fundraiser with the Philadelphia Orchestra Percussion Group. With health and safety concerns for our patrons and the musicians paramount, it was the right choice. Ironically, when the need to bring music lovers together for inspiration and solace is greatest, our stage is silent.
Yes, our season ended, but we have much to do to ensure stability now as we plan for next season. Like our Symphony’s strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion, all parts must harmonize to keep us operating smoothly. If you can, please consider a special gift to help us move forward.
Your donation will help supply the energy, the inspiration, and the resources to meet these objectives and respond to this crisis. Your support will help the Symphony take steps toward the 2020-2021 season.
Your gift will help us:
- Honor our commitments to artistic direction, financial management, fundraising, promotion, personnel, and monthly expenses
- Honor our commitments to our staff members
- Seek out new ways to connect with you via media like Facebook, YouTube, and our website. For example, here is a musical greeting from Music Director Michael Hall:
A MESSAGE FOR TICKET HOLDERS
If you are a subscriber or ticket holder, kindly consider donating the value of your tickets, and receive a tax deduction for the total ticket value. If you would prefer to receive a ticket credit for a future performance, we will send the credit to you in the form of a Kennett Symphony gift certificate.
For assistance with ticketing options, please email the Box Office at email@example.com