March 16, 2022 Update
At the Wichita Symphony, we know we're BETTER TOGETHER, ONCE AGAIN! We would like to extend our gratitude to our patrons for their understanding and adaptability over the last two years. We're glad to welcome you back into the Concert Hall, and are doing everything we can to do so as safely as possible. Our first priority is to protect the health and safety of our patrons, musicians, staff, and volunteers, while still providing a high-quality live concert experience.
As of March 16, 2022, audience members will continue to be required to wear a cloth or disposable face mask over the mouth and nose whenever indoors for Wichita Symphony performances. Clear face shields are not acceptable. However, proof of vaccination/negative COVID-19 test is no longer required for attendance at Symphony performances, as was the case earlier in the season.
Hand sanitizer dispensers will continue to be located throughout the Century II lobby, and venue staff will continue the heightened sanitization procedures put in place at the onset of the pandemic.
Health & Safety standards for the 2022-2023 season will be announced in August 2022.
Reserved seating for concerts has returned! For more information on reserved seating, please contact the box office at BoxOffice@wso.org or 316.267.7658.
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September 20, 2020 Update
Following a season cut short by the coronavirus pandemic, the Wichita Symphony Orchestra (WSO) is ready to announce plans for their fall, 2020 season. The reimagined season includes digital performance opportunities, community outreach initiatives, and live, in-person concerts with limited, socially distanced audiences.
If you've already paid for your 2020-2021 subscription, you have options! Fill out the form below to let our Box Office staff know how you would like to proceed:
June 18, 2020 Update
The mission of the Wichita Symphony is to enrich, educate, and entertain diverse audiences of all ages in our region through performances of orchestral music, thereby enhancing the vibrancy and vitality of Wichita.
The horrific events of the past weeks, months, and longer, namely the unjust deaths of Black Americans, are deeply troubling and provoke our national trauma. The demonstrations in recent weeks send a clear message that our society must change quickly. Black lives do matter.