Dear PGSO patrons,
This is such an overwhelming time! I sincerely hope everyone is doing well, staying safe, and adapting to the new reality as best you can.
It is with a heavy heart that I realize we will not be able to bring the joy and beauty of symphonic music to all of you. Now, more than ever, we need the consolation and artistry of a symphony orchestra, but this understandably cannot be. For now, it will have to suffice to remember all the magical moments that this great music, and this great orchestra, has brought us, and to look forward to many more of these moments in the future.
I miss you already, and I miss making music with my talented colleagues of the PGSO. We are already gearing up for a wonderful 50th anniversary season in September, when we will make music with an even greater sense of commitment after going through such a time as this.
My very best to all of you and stay safe.