• Beginning September 2, 2021, anyone aged 12 or older, attending a ticketed event at The Sheldon, will be asked to show proof of full vaccination* OR a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 48 hours before time of entry into the event. Patrons should be prepared to show their vaccination card, or proof of negative COVID test, or a photo of their vaccination card or test results on their mobile devices, before entering The Sheldon. Self-administered tests will not be accepted.
  • The Sheldon will also maintain a flexible ticket exchange policy throughout the season to accommodate any health and safety-related concerns.

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Symphony concertmaster David Halen leads a performance of Mendelssohn’s glorious Octet, written when the composer was only sixteen years old, and performs Richard Strauss’ Sonata for Violin and Piano. Also on the program is a new work for violin and piano by Mizzou composer Emily Shaw.

A $1 historic preservation fee will be added to each ticket to help maintain The Sheldon for future generations.

SPONSORSHIP

Sheldon Classics is welcomed by Classic 107.3

Mizzou New Music Initiative Commissions made possible by the Sinquefield Charitable Foundation