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2020-21 Reimagined


In the evolving effort to share the joy of music with our community while ensuring the well-being of our patrons and musicians, Augusta Symphony continues to reimagine its 2020-21 Season.

University Health Care System

Symphony Series


The next two concerts – Beethoven @ 250 on January 9 and America on February 20 – will continue to be limited capacity. Subscribers may select the same options as before: the afternoon dress rehearsal, the evening concert, or the livestream. Check your email for a link to make your selection.

Other patrons can purchase tickets for the livestreams. Depending on availability, tickets may be sold to the dress rehearsals. The on-sale date will be December 15.

At this time, we hope the final two Symphony Series concerts – Rachmaninoff & Sibelius and The Great Outdoors – will be able to return to a larger capacity.

Click to view our Covid Safety Measures at the Miller Theater.

University Health Care System

Pops! Series


After careful consideration, Augusta Symphony has made the difficult decision to postpone all of the 2020-21 University Health Care System Pops! Series concerts to the 2021-22 Season. All options were examined, but due to the costs and licensing rights associated with Pops!, unfortunately neither in-person nor livestreamed concerts are a viable option this season given the current circumstances of COVID-19.

The Symphony is pleased to share that the four of the five Pops! acts are already confirmed for 2021-22: E.T. The Extra Terrestrial: Film with Live Orchestra, Brass Transit: The Musical Legacy of CHICAGO, Top of the World: Music of the Carpenters, and Dancing in the Street: The Music of Motown. However, Heartland: The Women of Country Music has been cancelled by the show producer, so we will substitute it with another wonderful concert. All dates will be announced closer to next season. Pops! subscribers have can choose to donate the value of their tickets, rollover their tickets to the 2021-22 season, or request a refund. More information has been mailed to subscribers.

Family Concerts at Columbia County

At this time, The Four Seasons concert remains on the calendar for May 2.

2021 Reimagined at a Glance

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