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ASO Brings Free Concert to Downs Park

Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet to Play a FREE Community Concert at Downs Park, this Sunday, October 9th, at 5PM

October 5, 2022 – The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, with support from the Anne Arundel County Arts Council and the Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks, will play a free community concert at Downs Park in Pasadena this coming Sunday, October 9th, at 5 PM. The concert features a Brass Quintet.

ASO Artistic Director and Conductor José-Luis Novo is very excited about the performance. “The program for the Brass Quintet includes beautiful pieces from Americana that everyone will feel a connection to,” he said. “Pack a picnic, listen to inspirational music, and enjoy a fall afternoon in one of our county’s most beautiful parks.”

The program includes light classics, marches, rags, pop and swing from important composers like Strauss, Farnaby, Copland, Albéniz, and Pollack. The program will conclude with a resounding edition of “America the Beautiful”, composed by S. Ward and arranged by J. Villanueva.

The concert will feature musicians from the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, including Dr. Christopher Buchanan, ASO Second Trumpet, Alex Kovling, ASO Principal French Horn, David Perkel, ASO Principal Trombone, Jake Fewx, ASO Principal Tuba, and Davy DeArmond, Trumpet.

This concert is free, however guests must have a parking pass, which can be secured through the Downs Park website at https://yourpassnow.com/ParkPass/parks/aaco/park/downs. From the drop down menu, choose either the “General Parking: ASO Brass Quintet” pass or the “Handicap Parking: ASO Brass Quintet” pass. Call Downs Park at 410-222-6230 for help with obtaining a parking pass on their website.

About the ASO

The mission of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is to inspire, educate and enrich lives near and far by creating extraordinary musical experiences with uncompromising artistic excellence. As we celebrate our 61st year in Annapolis, we are more intent than ever on bringing More Music, To More Places, For More People.

The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra offers subscription packages, both for in-person and virtual viewing, as well as tickets for single in-person programs. For more information and purchase tickets or subscriptions, see AnnapolisSymphony.org/events or contact the box office at 410-263-0907.

Media Inquiries

Please contact Diana Love, Director of Marketing and Communications. Phone: 410-267-3631. Email: DLove@AnnapolisSymphony.org