“When the coronavirus pandemic curtailed in-person performances for the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra, musicians made sure symphony supporters could still attend performances online,” writes Kris Capps in Thursday’s (4/30) Daily News-Miner (Fairbanks, AK). “The final performance for this most unusual season is 4 p.m. Sunday at www.fairbankssymphony.org. The performance will also be broadcast on KUAC FM 89.9 TV 9 at 4 p.m. May 16. ‘We’re going to do a little bit of Mozart, a piece by Suk and the ever-popular Carnival of the Animals,’ said Jenni Warren, the orchestra’s managing director. The performance will also feature two wind instruments—a first this season…. Musicians Dorli McWayne on flute and April Jaillet on clarinet are separated from the rest of the orchestra by clear dividers…. ‘We are super excited,’ Warren said…. The symphony presented seven online performances this season…. ‘We are pretty proud of what we put together,’ Warren said. ‘It also enabled us to think about where we are going moving forward,’ she added. ‘We will continue to offer a digital concert hall. We also would like to continue to partner with KUAC to broadcast concerts in the summer.’ ”