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A donation to ASO puts instruments in the hands of children, makes live symphonic music accessible to all Arkansans, and makes it possible for world-class musicians to call Arkansas home. 

Every dollar counts, and each donation helps ensure a sustainable, thriving future for ASO.

ASO plans to honor the financial commitment made to the musicians as the musicians have always been there for the ASO and the community and now we want to be there for them.

Upcoming Concerts

MAY 17 ASO musicians and 2021-2022 Artist of Distinction Tessa Lark perform music from Chevalier St. George, Mozart, and Mendelssohn in the intimate setting of the Clinton Presidential Center. GET TICKETS

MAY 26 The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra (ASO) will close its season with a free concert to honor and celebrate the lives of members of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra family who have passed away in these past two years. RSVP NOW

OCT 1-2 Multi-genre master violinist Rachel Barton Pine joins ASO on a program featuring Mozart, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Bruch, and Hindemith. Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

OCT 22-23 Don't miss the hair-raising Halloween excitement of your ASO haunting you with spooky pop tunes and festive fun melodies for all ages! Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

NOV 12-13 ASO performs one of the most beloved violin concertos in the repertoire with guest soloist Geneva Lewis, along with music from Sibelius and James Lee, III. Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

DEC 16-18 Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with your ASO! Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

JAN 28-29 ASO's own master harpist, Alisa Coffey, performs Pierné's Concert Piece for Harp and Orchestra on a program also featuring music of Anna Clynne and Beethoven. Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

FEB 11-12 Broadway and Hollywood combine for a romantic and entertaining evening of song and dance! Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

FEB 25-26 Sensational pianist George Li performs a tour-de-force piano work from Rachmaninoff, and the ASO performs Margaret Bonds and Arkansas' own William Grant Still. Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

MAR 11-12 Experience the action-packed dinosaur adventure as never seen before: projected in HD with full symphonic orchestra playing the iconic score live to picture! Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

APR 1-2 One of the great modern masters of the cello performs one of the most popular concertos ever written for the instrument on a program also featuring music from R. Schumann and Fanny Mendelssohn. Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

May 6-7 Samantha Ege - one of the world's leading scholars on the music of Little Rock's own Florence Price - performs on a program anchored by Berlioz' titanic Symphonie Fantastique. Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

MAY 13-14 The Tony, Grammy, and Billboard Music Award-winning singer, actress, and Broadway star returns to Little Rock for a weekend of exciting music with your Arkansas Symphony! Single tickets will go on sale at a later date - become a season subscriber to get your seats now - and save! SUBSCRIBE NOW!

Musician in the Spotlight, Youth Orchestra Edition: Wilson Vanderslice

By: Rebecca Kirkpatrick
November 6, 2017

It’s time for another edition of Musician in the Spotlight, and this time there's a twist! Each week we highlight a musician with a few fun facts our patrons may not have otherwise known. This week our Musician in the Spotlight is one of our Youth Orchestra members, Wilson Vanderslice. Here are a few facts you may not know about Wilson:...

Featured Story: Opus Ball Chairs Susan and Herren Hickingbotham Featured in Little Rock Soirée

Little Rock Soirée feature by Jess Ardrey

Posted by: Brandon Dorris
November 6, 2017

The ASO is excited and proud to see Susan and Herren Hickingbotham, the Chairs of Opus Ball XXXIII: The Symphony Grand Ball, featured in Little Rock Soirée!

Mid-Week Musician in the Spotlight: Michael Underwood

By: Rebecca Kirkpatrick
November 1, 2017

Each week we will highlight a musician with a few fun facts our patrons may not have otherwise known. This week our Musician in the Spotlight is Michael Underwood. Dr. Underwood holds the William “Bill” Vickery, Jr. Memorial Chair as the ASO’s Principal Trombonist. Here are a few fun facts about Dr. Underwood:...

Insights from the Maestro: Romeo & Juliet

By: Philip Mann, conductor, ASO
October 26, 2017

Music is uniquely capable of presenting mood, character, and situation, and Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet is a masterpiece of this musical painting. We will hear a portrait of The Young Juliet, a dissonant presentation of Montagues and Capulets, the magical Balcony Scene, and of course, the tragic...

Mid-Week Musician in the Spotlight: Casey Buck

By: Rebecca Kirkpatrick
October 18, 2017

Each concert week, we will highlight a musician with some different facts our patrons wouldn't have otherwise known. This week our Musician in the Spotlight is ASO cellist, Casey Buck. Let’s get to know Casey a little better:...

Insights from the Maestro: French Connection

By: Philip Mann, conductor, ASO
October 16, 2017

I am very happy to welcome ASO associate conductor, Geoffrey Robson, and Ji, pianist and winner of the Young Concert Artists International Auditions, to the Robinson stage. I've invited Maestro Robson to share his thoughts...

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