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The Akron Symphony Orchestra is excited to announce the ASO Interlude Season – Akron Symphony’s Gift to the Community, which is designed to share free music throughout the Northeast Ohio community.
The Akron Symphony Orchestra shares the outrage over the many injustices that continue to harm our African-American citizens and other marginalized minority communities. And we condemn the veiled and overt racism that plagues our nation.
Support the Akron Symphony Orchestra with a commemorative suncatcher celebrating the Akron Symphony Guild’s annual Boat Tour of Homes on the Portage Lakes.
The Akron Youth Symphony is pleased to announce that Jake McQuaid has been selected as a winner at the 2020 Concerto Competition.
The Akron Youth Symphony is pleased to announce that Meghan Slusarski has been selected as a winner at the 2020 Concerto Competition.
The Akron Symphony Orchestra will debut the ASO Radio Hour on April 3 at 7 p.m.
The Akron Symphony Orchestra has made the difficult decision to cancel the remaining performances in our 2019-20 season.
The talents of the Akron Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Christopher Wilkins will be center stage in a 2020-21 concert season filled with audience favorites, alongside diverse works by under-represented composers.
The Akron Symphony Orchestra and Akron Symphony Chorus will present a trio of towering works – highlighted by Mozart’s Requiem – on February 22 at 8 p.m. The concert is sponsored by EarthQuaker Devices.
The Akron Symphony Orchestra is currently accepting submissions for its Stand Beside Her Essay Contest, where students in grades 9-12 may write an original essay on influential women composers.