Upcoming Concerts & Events

We have missed each and every one of you since the cancellation of our last concert in April and are spending countless hours reimagining our 2021 season. The ACO is dedicated to keeping the communities we serve healthy and safe while providing access to beautiful music. We thank you for your patience as we try to make the safest decisions for our audience, musicians and staff based on our state and CDC recommendations.

Please continue to check our website for further updates. To receive email notifications regarding our 2021 season and other information, please click here.

Note From Our Music Director

Who doesn’t like a challenge? Though I would have preferred an ‘ordinary’ roll-out of our season—2020, for now, is not allowing ‘ordinary’ anything. Cindy, our Board, and I are up to the challenge, though, of figuring out how to bring our music to you safely. Figuring out how to keep everyone healthy and safe on both sides of the proscenium, in three venues, all governed separately, is a bit like trying to solve a four-dimensional Rubik’s Cube. And as the days pass, we, along with everyone else, modify and adapt our thinking, and our plans. To that end, this email contains a survey that will help us understand just where your comfort is, and will help us make thoughtful plans to serve you going forward. We hope you will take a moment to fill this survey out, and assist us in making the most responsible choices we can. In the meantime, visit our website to stay up-to-date on decisions and happenings in the ACO orbit. Right now, under the Watch Listen and Learn tab, you have access to a gorgeous album made by our Principal Harpist, Kay Kemper. It is no coincidence that heaven’s soundtrack is provided by harps, and Kay’s expert playing makes a wonderful case for just why that is. We are extraordinarily grateful to you for your support of, and commitment to our wonderful orchestra. We are equally grateful to you for your patience with us as we continue to develop and refine our plans for music-making in these challenging times. Thank you. -David

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