NOV 10 Live streamed from the beautiful visual and acoustic space of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, ASO musicians celebrate the birthday of one of the greatest composers in history. LIVE STREAM VIDEO
NOV 15 Arkansas Symphony Orchestra and Ballet Arkansas co-present an open air concert in downtown Little Rock, featuring world premiere choreography and music from Golijov, Barber, and Augusta Read Thomas.
By: Todd Traub, contributing writer, Little Rock Soirée
October 28, 2020
Pay cuts, rescheduling, deficits and uncertainty. It sounds like today’s headlines, but for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra it’s history. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to...
By: Scott Carter, Public Affairs and Creative Economy Advisor for the City of Little Rock
October 16, 2020
When Stella Boyle Smith died at the age of 100 on July 9, 1994, she was well known for her love of music and philanthropy. It is a lasting connection of her to a building in which she spent so many hours as an arts patron.
By: Kendall Carwile
February 19, 2020
Katherine Williamson is in her seventh season with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, where she spent six seasons as an Arts Partner with the Rockefeller Quartet. She is now in her first season as Assistant Concertmaster and Director of the ASO's Sturgis Music Academy. The Academy will have put violins and cellos in the hands of just under 400 Pulaski County schoolchildren by the end of the 19/20 season.
By: Kendall Carwile
January 28, 2020
Timothy MacDuff is in his 1st season with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. He is currently a section violist for the ASO and violist for the Quapaw Quartet, which performs regularly at the Clinton Presidential Center as well as in schools and outreach events all over the state.
Guest Blog By: Dr. Linda Holzer, Pianist and Professor of Music, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
October 4, 2019
Hometown Pride! Vienna has Haydn and Mozart; New York has George Gershwin and Aaron Copland; Little Rock has Florence Price and William Grant Still!