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COMMITTED TO LIVE PERFORMANCE!
The Oneonta Concert Association is filled with hopeful anticipation as we prepare for our 94th season of live performances, knowing just how hard these months of pandemic isolation have been on our wonderful artists and on our audiences who crave the sense of community and connection that live performance creates. We are particularly pleased to bring you Pegasus: The Orchestra, whose concert we had lined up before our 2020-2021 concert series was cancelled. The pandemic emergency has gone on longer than any of us expected or wanted, and the OCA will follow all state regulations and venue rules in place at the time of the concerts to keep our artists and audiences safe. We are extremely grateful for the support and kindness you have all shown to the OCA in this difficult time, and we look forward to seeing you at the performances!
The Oneonta Concert Association (OCA), founded in 1928, is the area’s oldest cultural organization. Our mission is to present diverse, audience-engaging, world-class cultural offerings of live music and dance at an affordable price to the Western Catskills region. Over the decades we’ve presented some amazing performers, including: Grammy winners Ron Carter and Mark O’Connor; the Vienna Boys Choir; Count Basie Orchestra; Scotland’s Battlefield Band; the Trapp Family Singers; Cantus; Manhattan Brass; Boston Chamber Music Society; Alvin Ailey dance; the Senegal ballet, and other artists celebrated the world over.
OCA programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of New York State’s Governor and Legislature. OCA is also supported by the Dewar Foundation, Eggleston Foundation, and other foundations. For more information about events in Otsego County, call (800) 843-3394
. Visit NYSCA at www.nysca.org