COVID-19 VACCINATION OR TEST REQUIREMENT: starting September 25th, the Columbus Symphony will require all audience members to show proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before entering the building, or a negative rapid antigen test within 24 hours before entering the building. view details
COVID-19 VACCINATION OR TEST REQUIREMENT: starting September 25th, the Columbus Symphony will require all audience members to show proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before entering the building, or a negative rapid antigen test within 24 hours before entering the building. view details
  • Kid on the Beat
    Kid on the Beat

    Ohio State Marching Band and Symphony

    "Out of all the people in the Ohio State marching band I was lucky enough to interview two tuba players who dot the “i ”named Luke and Austin. "

  • In the news
    In the news

    Concert Review: Renee Fleming, Columbus Symphony provides evening of world-class music

    “Renee Fleming has become a household name, arguably the best singer of her generation for her command of both technique and artistry. She is a musician of such caliber that, last night, she received a standing ovation simply for stepping onto the stage.”

  • Our Commitment to Safety
    Our Commitment to Safety

    Public Health Update: Coronavirus

    At the Columbus Symphony, we pride ourselves on being here for you and our community in meaningful and transformative ways. This includes the health and safety of our musicians, patrons, volunteers, guest artists, and staff.

  • In the News
    In the News

    Columbus Symphony to Begin 2021-22 Season with Seven New Full-Time Musicians

    "After more than 400 applications and four weeks of in-person auditions to screen in excess of 200 hopefuls, the Columbus Symphony will begin the 2021-22 season with seven new, full-time musicians in its ranks."

  • New Websites for Students, Parents, and Teachers!
    New Websites for Students, Parents, and Teachers!

    These websites will provide meaningful online learning opportunities for students of all ages, in addition to the Symphony’s recent partnership with Columbus City Schools to provide curriculum for every third-grade student in the district.