ARRIVAL AT MARYLAND HALL

It is suggested that Annapolis Symphony Orchestra concert-goers arrive 30 minutes prior to the start of a performance for best available parking selection, or by 6:45 pm if interested in attending the Pre-Concert Lecture (free for all ticket holders prior to each Masterworks concert). Once inside Maryland Hall, free time may be spent viewing the artwork in two onsite galleries, open free of charge, on performance nights.

LATE ARRIVALS

Latecomers will be seated by an usher at the conclusion of a musical selection.

PRE-CONCERT LECTURE

All ticket holders are invited to join us at 6:45 pm before each Masterworks Concert for a free 45 minute insightful and enlightening discussion about the evening’s program. Lectures take place in the concert hall at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Please sit anywhere you like, as close to the stage as possible.

ATTIRE

There is no official dress code for an Annapolis Symphony concert. Most concert-goers wear business or business casual attire.

AGE RECOMMENDATIONS

ASO Family Concerts are designed for ages 4 and up. The Annapolis Symphony recommends that children be at least age 8 to attend a Masterworks or Pops concert. The Symphony encourages patrons to bring their children to experience the thrill of a symphonic concert. The Symphony offers student tickets to Masterworks concerts for $10.

ACCESSIBILITY

Parking, ramp, and elevator facilities are available at the entrance nearest Spa Road. Wheelchair accessible seating is also available. Please call in advance to make arrangements.

PARKING

Free parking is available at each concert performed at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts located at 801 Chase Street, Annapolis, MD 21401.

ELECTRONIC DEVICES

Please turn off all electronic devices during performances. Use of cameras or recording devices during the performance is strictly prohibited.

INCLEMENT WEATHER

In the event of severe weather, every effort will be made to continue with scheduled concerts. No refunds will be given if a concert is performed during severe weather but not attended by the ticket holder.

SMOKING POLICY

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts is a SMOKE-FREE Facility. Smoking is PROHIBITED in and on the grounds of the building.