Exciting New Additions to the 2020/21 Season
While some of UMS’s live events that we announced in late April won’t take place as we originally planned, we are pleased to announce new programs that will provide unique opportunities, both in-person and in the digital space.
Changes to the Fall 2020/21 Season
Learn about COVID-19 impacted performances this Fall, ticket holder options for donating or refunding tickets, and new live event safety protocols.
A Message of Thanks and Appreciation
As we officially close the books on our 19/20 season, we want to acknowledge the incredible support that we received from our UMS community.
Our Statement on Racial Injustice & Oppression
All of us at UMS ask for your support of local, regional, and national organizations that are active voices in addressing inequity in the justice system, access to healthcare and equitable education, and the reform of law enforcement and policing, housing practices, and food insecurity.
Bringing the Community Together: A Profile of UMS Community Partners
Read how some of UMS’s community partners are adapting their operations to keep serving Southeast Michigan in the digital space.
Introducing the 2020/21 Season
Purpose. Perspective. Possibilities. Discover UMS’s 2020/21 Season.
Itzhak Perlman: 50 Years at UMS
A playlist and a special video message from Itzhak Perlman — celebrating 50 years since his UMS debut in 1970!
Putting Our Audience First
We will always put the health and safety of our audiences and artists first, and provide all flexibility and accommodation possible in the months ahead.
UMS Playlist: Emerson Plays Bartók & Shostakovich
Enjoy Emerson String Quartet’s recordings of the Bartók and Shostakovich works originally scheduled on their UMS program.
Get Ready for the New Season
UMS staff is all working from home — and we cannot wait to introduce the 2020/21 season!