In accordance with CDC and North Dakota Smart Restart guidelines during the pandemic, the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra’s 2020-21 season will feature chamber-scale programs with no more than 35 musicians on stage and no live audience at the Reineke Fine Arts Center, the orchestra’s home. The orchestra’s opening concert on September 26 will feature Klaus Simon’s arrangement of Mahler’s Symphony No. 4, scored for string quintet (two violins, viola, cello, and bass) and a small number of wind instruments plus percussion, timpani, and harmonium. Soprano Adrienne Danrich will serve as soloist in the Mahler and will also perform several songs with Music Director Christopher Zimmerman on the piano and a small combo: Drew Hemenger’s “Genius Child,” based on a poem by Langston Hughes; “Breathe,” with words and music by Danrich and Hemenger; and “I Am Not Alone” from Love and Trouble: Five Personas, One Voice, with words by Danrich and music co-written by Danrich and Dave Hall. The concert will be recorded, and season ticket holders will have access to the streamed concert on September 26; the public is invited to view the concert on September 27 at 2 p.m.