Orlando Philharmonic Postpones All Events Through March 31, 2020

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is postponing all events through March 31, 2020. The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is working alongside venue operators to closely monitor developments. First and foremost is the health and safety of our patrons, staff, and performers.

Based on guidance from Orange County and the City of Orlando strongly suggesting that events for more than 250 people be postponed, the decision has been made to reschedule the upcoming FAIRWINDS Classics Series concert of American Rhapsody on Saturday, March 21 to a later date.

Further, all OPO ticketed events through March 31, 2020 are being postponed, including the March 14, 2020 Distant Worlds Concert at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, and the Community Conversation on March 18, 2020 at The Plaza Live.

Current ticket holders to the March 21 Classics concert will be able to use their ticket on the rescheduled date. The date of the rescheduled concert will be announced in the coming weeks.

The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra will continue to monitor the situation through updates from local, state, and national authorities. Events will be monitored on an event-by-event basis, and patrons will be notified in a timely manner with any information which may change our future programming. For the latest updates, please visit our website and concert pages.

For more information:


Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra

○ Phone: 407.896.6700

○ Email: info@orlandophil.org

○ In-person at The Plaza Live, 425 N. Bumby Ave, Orlando, FL 32803

Celebrating its 27th Season, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is led by Music Director

Eric Jacobsen and is comprised of creative musicians and artists from around the world. The Philharmonic annually presents the FAIRWINDS Classics Series and Pops Series at Bob Carr Theater and its Focus Series at The Plaza Live, a historic Central Florida venue. The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra’s mission is to enrich and inspire the diverse communities of Central Florida through the transformative power of live music, and it presents more than 170 live concerts and impacts more than 70,000 children, youth and families annually through its Young People’s Concerts, Symphony Storytime Series, Notes in Your Neighborhood program, and free outdoor community concerts. A resident company of the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, the Philharmonic will perform in Steinmetz Hall when it opens in 2020. Learn more at OrlandoPhil.org.