More Music in More Places for More People
2022-2023 Season Announced!
A program of works sure to capture your attention and enthusiasm. Dvořák Symphony No. 7, Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto, Mahler's Tragic Sixth Symphony, & Saint-Saëns “Organ” Symphony. Artistic Director & Conductor José-Luis Novo leads a season studded with amazing Guest Artists: Soprano Janice Chandler-Eteme, Pianist Jon Nakamatsu, Cellist Julian Schwarz, and Violinists Sayaka Shoji and James Ehnes. Six Masterworks Season concerts at MD Hall in Annapolis and three Sunday Matinee concerts in the Series @ Strathmore is back for a second season. See all the details by following the full season link.
See Our Upcoming Events
December 16, 2022
Holiday Pops with the ASO
May 13, 2023
3 Sunday Afternoons at 3:00 PM - Feb 5, Apr 2, May 7
6 Friday or Saturday at 8:00 PM
SYMPHONY+ 2021-2022 Season
On-Demand Concert Videos
All Five Masterworks Concerts PLUS The Concert from Spain
Re-watch our 2021-2022 Season of SYMPHONY+ concerts online from the comfort of your couch!
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Sounds of Impact
Support the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra
The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is deeply fortunate to have been supported by the Annapolis region for nearly 60 years.
The Campaign for the ASO, Sounds of Impact, is the fundraising program to manifest the ASO's 5-year strategic plan to bring more music to more people in more places. Your support along with that of your friends and neighbors will ensure that music remains a living, breathing complement to our rich civic life in Maryland.
Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra
The Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (FASO) is a dynamic group of music lovers whose primary goal is to raise funds to support the music education programs of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Learning for a Lifetime
Xylophones, glockenspiels, and metallophones, the instruments resonate to project a sound when they hit with mallets. They may sound simple, but they are part of the Orff Schulwerk method of musical instruction – a deeply studied way of teaching young children a love for music through play, imitation, experimentation and personal expression. They teach the whole student to love music as a whole by playing, singing and feeling the rhythm.