New Haven Symphony Orchestra will not be playing in concerts until spring 2021, board says

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — You won’t be able to hear the New Haven Symphony Orchestra play until spring 2021 at the earliest due COVID-19.

The orchestra’s board of directors announced Thrusday that the orchestra will not be performing concerts as originally scheduled through May.

The board says the decision prioritizes the health and safety of musicians and audience members.

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