UPDATED | September 23, 2016 4:00 PM

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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – As the strike by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians continues, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association was forced to cancel additional concerts through November 6, 2016.

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Dates and programs for the canceled FWSOA concerts are as follows:

  • October 14-16: FWSO Pops Concerts – The Beat Goes On: Music of the Baby Boomers
  • October 29: FWSO Family Concert in Southlake – Halloween With Harry Potter
  • November 4-6: FWSO Symphonic Concerts – Elgar’s Enigma Variations

Also affected are community and educational performances in Glen Rose, Waxahachie, Killeen, Lufkin, and Mesquite.

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“Cancelling these performances was not an easy decision to make,” said FWSOA President and CEO Amy Adkins. “Unfortunately, the musicians show no signs of ending their strike. This was a difficult decision made after careful deliberation with the FWSOA Executive Committee, and was made to give our artists, regional presenters, venues, and vendors ample time to make alternative plans. Our biggest regret is that we are unable to provide our devoted patrons with the experience of live symphonic music.”

 

The FWSOA will notify ticket holders immediately regarding options for handling unused tickets. Patrons are encouraged to hold onto their tickets and wait for notification before calling the ticket office. Click here for information regarding the concert cancellations.

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