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Cleveland Orchestra canceled two weekend performances due to COVID-19

CLEVELAND (WJW) — The Cleveland Orchestra has canceled its Saturday and Sunday performances due to COVID-19, the group confirmed to FOX 8.

The Saturday concert was canceled after the possibility arose that a musician had the illness, and it was rescheduled for Sunday after a positive case diagnosis was confirmed.

This is in line with the orchestra’s COVID protocols drawn up at the start of the 2021-2022 season.

Finally back to in-person concerts at Severance Hall after a full year off due to the coronavirus pandemic, the orchestra, with help from the Cleveland Clinic, has prepared a list of precautions at the start of the season, including that all concert-goers are required to wear masks and show proof of vaccination / a recent negative test to allow entry into the building.

Anyone with tickets to this weekend’s shows has the option to donate, get a refund, or trade them. The orchestra said no other upcoming concerts will be affected at this time.

Read more about tickets and performances here or call 216-231-1111.