November 1, 2020

TSO's Digital Stage

The Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s 2020-2021 season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic but the music hasn’t stopped. (05:57)
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The Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s 2020-2021 season was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic but the music hasn’t stopped. The TSO created a digital stage where select musicians are performing for virtual audiences. While it’s not the same as performing in person, musicians and organizers are thrilled by adapting to the new challenges and want to stay connected to their Tucson audience.

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