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Grand Rapids Symphony Presents Pathwaves: Romeo & Juliet

Date: Sept 25 - Sept 26, 2020
The Grand Rapids Symphony and Music Director Marcelo Lehninger announces re-imagined 2020-2021 "Pathwaves" season presented by SpartanNash,. An innovative concert series announced to reflect Grand Rapids Symphony's commitment to continue it's mission of great music during the pandemic.

The first performance of the season will be Romeo & Juliet performed virtually from Van Andel Arena on Friday & Saturday, September 25-26, 2020 at 7:30PM.

During this unprecedented time of COVID-19, your Grand Rapids Symphony has created ground-breaking new ways to share the gift of music with a dynamic and innovative season of concerts including a multistage setup in the Van Andel Arena. The concerts will feature performances by socially-distanced orchestral ensembles, performed without intermission, and streamed live to patrons' homes, reflecting the Symphony's commitment to the health and safety of musicians and audiences alike.

Marcelo Lehninger, conductor | Grace Kim, violin | Andrew Laven, cello
Grand Rapids Ballet | Michael Schaeffer, accordion
Music from Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet with a performance by the Grand Rapids Ballet

Current 2020-2021 subscriptions will be honored with free virtual access to the six fall concerts and concerts at DeVos Performance Hall in 2021. Current subscribers will also be eligible to attend concerts in-person when audiences are permitted. A subscription package is available to new subscribers for $76 that grants access to all six virtual concerts from September through December. A separate subscription package for the 2021 concerts will be available at a later date. Single tickets for most concerts will be $15. Single tickets for Joshua Bell and Holiday Pops will be $25. Due to the virtual format, student discounts will not be offered.


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