Our Holiday Gift to You
Johnson City Symphony Orchestra musicians have donated their time and talents to bring a Virtual Holiday Concert to you in appreciation of your continued support during this time when live events have been put on hold!
Enjoy traditional Christmas carols along with popular tunes like Winter Wonderland and Sleigh Ride. And we didn't forget the classics—including O Holy Night, Carol of the Bells, selections from The Nutcracker and Corelli's Christmas Concerto, and more. We even have a Sing Along!
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This Holiday Greeting was made possible through the generosity of
concert sponsors Jack and Leanne Shaver
with additional support from Paul and Betty Jean Benson.
Thank you to all the musicians who participated.
Your contributions are vital, appreciated, and enable the JCSO to continue to provide entertainment and serve your community. Thank you!
Dear Friends of the Johnson City Symphony,
In our October update, we indicated our hope that November would see our announcement of season tickets options for a spring concert season. Unfortunately, our plans must change with the ebb and flow of COVID-19 information from local, state, and federal authorities.
Our beloved venue at Seeger Chapel is, understandably, not available to us at this time due to health concerns, and other venues explored have not proven to be satisfactory. We continue to maintain that health and safety for our musicians and patrons is priority one.
We can no longer plan for concerts in February or March. However, we hope to have acceptable and safe venues for small ensemble concerts in April and May, with an outdoor pops concert in early summer. Given the unpredictable nature of the pandemic, these plans may need to evolve with time.
We deeply regret that events beyond our control will further postpone your live connection with our fine musicians. You will be notified soon about some virtual connections that are being prepared, that we hope you will enjoy.
As always, we appreciate the financial and emotional support you have given us. Please contact our office at 423-926-8742 (92MUSIC) or our website, jcsymphony.com, for ways you can help us emerge from this difficult time with strength for the future.
The Board of Directors
Johnson City Symphony Orchestra
We look forward to the time we can once again fill this hall with musicians, friends and music!
Arts organizations like the Johnson City Symphony Orchestra have inspired and served communities—through joyous times and times of uncertainty. As we take this brief intermission together, we ask you to continue to support us to ensure we can continue to inspire and serve for years to come. Thank you!