The Jacksonville Symphony opens with strict safety guidelines in place

The symphony took several health precautions including plexiglass shields around wind instruments, limited capacity and masks for everyone.

Concert halls can fully reopen in Florida under Phase Three of the guidelines announced by the governor Friday. The guidelines said the venues can cut back on social distancing protocols, but the governor didn’t specifically explain what this means.

The Jacksonville Symphony, though, reopened with several health precautions.

“We’re thrilled that we did streaming concerts throughout the year,” Steven Libman, the president and CEO of the Symphony, said. “Those are important, but there is nothing that beats a live performance.”

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