Ottumwa Symphony Orchestra Community:
The Ottumwa Symphony Orchestra is working with this community on cautionary measures being taken to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We are following directives and suggestions from the Center for Disease Control and the state of Iowa. We are committed to supporting these guidelines in an effort to mitigate this illness and it’s effects on our community and our organization.
With the health and well-being of all Ottumwa Symphony Orchestra audiences and musicians at the forefront of our decision-making, we have made the very difficult decision to cancel the following upcoming performances and events:
Spring Concert: Cloudy, With A Chance of Music - May 9
Music on the Green - June 14
Divas Who Dish – July 18
If you currently have tickets that you are not able to redeem because of these cancellations, we’d like to offer you some options:
You may indicate your selection in two ways: Send to Maggie Morrissey at email@example.com or private message the Ottumwa Symphony Orchestra Facebook Page. Please remember to leave your address and phone number so that we will have the information that we need to resolve this for you.
Again, thank you so much for your support. We couldn’t do this without you!
Maggie Morrissey, President
Board of Directors
Patty Babb, Manager
William LaRue Jones,
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MEET OUR NEWEST BOARD MEMBER
FINANCIAL ADVISOR, EDWARD JONES
Alex is new to the board as of February 2020. He is a native Iowan, and graduated from Fort Madison High School. He graduated from the University of South Dakota, and after a brief stint in Missouri he returned to Iowa and has called Ottumwa home since 2012. Alex has worked as a financial advisor since 2009, and in his free time enjoys cooking and spending time with his wife Patricia. In addition to the OSO, he serves on the Alumni board of the Ottumwa Leadership Academy. He is excited to support the arts here in southeast Iowa.