The Helena Symphony is committed to the health and safety of patrons, musicians, and volunteers at its rehearsals and performances. We are carefully monitoring the global situation regarding COVID-19 (the Coronavirus) and are receiving updates from the City of Helena, Lewis & Clark County, and the Department of Public Health and Human Services. We are also working with our rehearsal and performance venues, including the Helena Civic Center, to address the situation as needed.

To date, Montana has not recorded a confirmed case of COVID-19, but this could change at a moment’s notice. We know our patrons are thinking carefully about purchasing tickets for future performances. We highly encourage those who feel unwell or who may be at increased risk of contracting the virus to stay home, and we are happy to make adjustments to any existing tickets.

All concerts and special events are currently planned to occur as scheduled. If we receive the recommendation to cancel events, we will prioritize the health of our audience, musicians and volunteers by implementing and communicating appropriate changes that ensure a safe environment. In the event of the cancellation of a concert or event, we will notify all ticket holders by email, phone and/or text at as quickly as possible. The latest updates will be posted on the Symphony’s website and Facebook page, and the Helena Symphony Office outgoing voicemail will also be updated if there are any changes to the schedule.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Scott Kall, Director of Patron Services, [email protected], or call 406.442.1860.

The Helena Symphony Announces Cancellation of Upcoming Events
The Helena Symphony presents Mendelssohn’s Italian Symphony & Rossini’s operatic Stabat Mater