Time to face the music—Alabama Symphony Orchestra is hosting free Spring Serenades

Time to face the music—Alabama Symphony Orchestra is hosting free Spring Serenades
A pandemic will not stop the Alabama Symphony Orchestra from giving music to the public. Photo via Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s Facebook

Alabama Symphony Orchestra, or ASO, is hosting a free concert series called Spring Serenades from February to June. How do you get to enjoy these free concerts? Keep reading to find out where to hear the music🎶.

Who is the ASO?

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Principal Clarinet Kathleen Costello teaches and plays for Vestavia Hills Dolly Ridge Elementary School. Photo via Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s Facebook

Starting in 1921 as a group of volunteer musicians, ASO evolved into the state’s only full-time professional orchestra. ASO breaks the boundaries of music through concert, education and creativity to make symphonic music for everyone.

They believe you don’t need a degree in music to enjoy a symphony. When attending one of ASO’s concerts, you don’t have to worry about what you wear—just bring an open mind and a sense of enchantment.

Let the ASO musicians’ talent wow you as you listen and watch each member play live music as one. Each symphony tells a story that you get to be a part of as an audience member.

Because without you, there’d be no music

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Now, ASO is bringing a new concert series to living rooms everywhere through their free virtual programs.

Enjoy the Spring Serenades now through June 🎼

Spring Serenades Shamrocks And Strings
ASO wants to take you here with their Shamrocks and Strings concert. Photo via Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s Facebook

ASO is launching a new concert series called Spring Serenades. Since February, each month leading up to June will have a different concert available for a limited time.

ASO artists will perform in socially distanced ensembles that you can view on alabamasymphony.org. Catch a preview of their upcoming concerts on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter.

Their next Spring Serenade is Shamrocks & Strings conducted by Carlos Izcaray and Kevin Fitzgerald. Shamrocks & Strings starts Friday March 12 and ends Sunday March 21.

You will hear ASO’s take on Adagio & Fugue by Mozart and St. Paul’s Suite by Gustav Holst. Shamrocks & Strings is about welcoming in the spring by taking the audience to the coastal mountains of Ireland through music.

Don’t miss out the next Spring Serenades

Friday March 26-Sunday April 4

  • Enjoy: Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet
  • Learn more here.

Friday April 9-Sunday 18

  • Enjoy: Bohemian Serenade
  • Learn more here.

Friday April 23-Sunday May 2

  • Enjoy: Cinematic Strings
  • Learn more here.

Friday May 7-Sunday 16

  • Enjoy: Music for Winds & Strings
  • Learn more here.

Friday May 21-Sunday 30

  • Enjoy: Grieg’s Holberg Suite
  • Learn more here.

Friday June 4-Sunday 13

  • Enjoy: Mozart & Saint-Georges
  • Learn more here.

If you missed out on their 2020 Maestro’s Ball, you can still enjoy their virtual concert here.

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