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. BUY TICKETS
APR 4 ASO musicians perform music from Reich, Ewazen and Schubert n the intimate setting of the Clinton Presidential Center. BUY TICKETS
APR 5 The Ruth Allen Concert Series at UAMS presents a free concert of works by Berlioz, Francaix, Beethoven, Britten, and Saglietti.
APR 13 ASO musicians perform music from Jesse Montgomery, William Grant Still, George Walker, H. Leslie Adams, and Little Rock's own Florence Price at the Dunbar Community Center. RSVP
APR 16 ASO musicians perform music from Jesse Montgomery, William Grant Still, George Walker, H. Leslie Adams, and Little Rock's own Florence Price at the Pine Bluff Arts and Science Center. RSVP
Apr 21 Join us to celebrate the introduction of Arkansas Symphony Orchestra Guild’s Symphony of Homes Tour! BUY TICKETS
Apr 22-30 This spring, the doors of some of the most beautiful residences in Little Rock will open to you and your friends. BUY TICKETS
APR 25 ASO musicians perform music from Moncayo, Damase and Franck in the intimate setting of the Clinton Presidential Center. BUY TICKETS
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. BUY TICKETS
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! BUY TICKETS
By Barbara Burroughs - Director of Education and Outreach
As a part of the ASO staff for over 16 years, I’ve seen many changes in the orchestra, staff and patrons over the years.
By Christian Eddings - Development Coordinator
Although this is my first year, I have gained a lot of experience preparing for concerts. As an artist, I have only known one side of being prepared for a concert, which is making sure my performance mix is perfect, rehearsing, envisioning myself on the stage, but being the one who is helping to set the stage for other artists is another experience in itself.
The 2014-2015 season is over, and now I don’t have to do any more work until September, right?
As the Special Events Coordinator for Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, I have come to love many aspects of this job. Being new to the staff this year has been an eye opening experience. Seeing the effort and dedication amongst the ASO staff and musicians is what motivates me every day.
By Meagan Adams – Director of Finance
Here it is in May, and our 2014/15 season just ended. Preparations have been underway for a while for next season, and my work for opening night is just about over. My name is Meagan Adams, and I’m the Finance Director for the ASO. Yes, I’m one of those “boring accountants” but at least I get to work around fun people!