In-Person Concerts begin October 16
Free! All Ages Welcome!
Welcome Bach: Home for the Summer
June 11, 2022, 7 p.m.
Join us for a bonus concert, Welcome Back: Home for the Summer, featuring some of our very talented high school musicians, Saturday, June 11, 7 p.m., at Coconino High School.
Admissions is free, with donations gratefully accepted! Bring the whole family!
The safety of our members and our audience is foremost in our minds as we return to live performance. We will follow these protocols for our October 2021 concert at Coconino High School. These have been approved by the ONA Board of Directors and are in keeping with FUSD COVID Mitigation practices.
If you are ill or may have been exposed to someone with COVID, please do not attend the concert.
Masks will be required for all audience members.
Orchestra members and volunteers will wear masks at all times unless actively playing their instrument and, if their instruments allows, while playing.
Masks and hand sanitizer will be available in the lobby.
Before, after and during intermission, mingling is discouraged indoors. If the temperature allows, please consider exiting to the outside during intermission and exit promptly at the end of the concert.
Safe sanitation practices, in keeping with FUSD policy, will be followed in all common areas and with high-touch surfaces.
Printed and digital (no touch) program options will both be offered.
Performances will be limited to ensembles of no more than 30 musicians at a time on the stage of the large auditorium.
2020 Flagstaff Arts and Science Award
ONA has been announced as one of 39 organizations awarded a grant from the Flagstaff Arts and Science Council!
Watch the video or click the link below to learn more.
AZ ORG COVID RELIEF FUND GRANT
ONA has received an AZ Organizational Relief Grant (ORG). Administered by the Arizona Commission on the Arts, the AZ ORG Program directs relief funds allocated by Governor Doug Ducey from the State of Arizona’s Crisis Contingency and Safety Net Fund in support of arts and culture organizations across the state.