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The ASO is back on stage for the 2021-2022 Season of Concerts

Live music is back on stage! Celebrate 60! Live it up Live! Join the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra in celebrating 60 glorious years as we return to the stage with you back in the audience! The best way you can show your support is to subscribe to our season of concerts and join us in the audience. Maryland Hall is safe for Concerts All of our musicians and staff are fully vaccinated and ready to welcoming you to the clean, safe and welcoming environment of the Maryland Hall. We will continue to monitor and follow the best guidance from the CDC and the State of Maryland. Our thrilling season of concerts is ready to go. The only thing missing is you.   Music Director José-Luis Novo has planned a unique season sharing together the priceless beauty of live music which has been missing from all of our lives. He also welcomes Peter Bay back to our podium for a delightful blast from the past. Plus stellar soloists to dazzle you. When the downbeat comes we can’t wait for you to be there in the room where it happens.   Plus SYMPHONY+ brings the thrilling magic of live music on stage right into your home. The ASO performed its pandemic season streamed into your home minus a “live studio audience” and the new SYMPHONY+ proved to be a great success. In person concert subscribers get SYMPHONY+ for an ASO Encore included but SYMPHONY+ stands alone as last season proved. Subscribe to SYMPHONY+ by itself if you aren’t quite ready to be back in the room but still want to experience our 60th Celebration Season by stream.


About the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Now entering its 60th anniversary season, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is led by renowned Music Director José-Luis Novo and features 70 professional musicians who perform a variety of symphonic concerts for over 30,000 people of all ages every year. Additionally, the non-profit organization provides educational programs through its partnerships with local schools, as well as other community outreach efforts. The Annapolis Symphony Academy is an integral part of the Symphony’s programs. The Academy identifies and nurtures musical talent in children and youth in an environment of excellence that values and promotes diversity. Major funding for the Annapolis Symphony is generously provided by Elizabeth Richebourg Rea, the Maryland State Arts Council, Arts Council of Anne Arundel County, and Friends of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra. The Symphony’s residency at Maryland Hall is made possible in part by a generous grant from Laird Lott and Linda Gooden.