Alabama Symphony Orchestra's Response to COVID-19
A message from Alabama Symphony Orchestra Music Director Carlos Izcaray:
After careful consideration with musicians, staff members, and the Board of Directors, the Alabama Symphony Orchestra has made the decision to move previously announced 20/21 performances forward to the 21/22 Season. The Orchestra will use this unique opportunity to reimagine the current season through a virtual lens!
In the coming months the ASO is committed to providing brand new, exciting experiences, that you can enjoy anywhere at any time. We cannot express how much our musicians and staff miss seeing you in our concert hall and we look forward to welcoming you back once it is safe to do so. For ASO subscribers who currently have tickets for the 20/21 Season, your subscription will automatically be moved to the 21/22 Season, ensuring those seats for when returning to UAB’s Alys Stephens Center is possible.
These are challenging times for all arts organizations, and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra is no exception. Patrons of the arts can help the #ASOPlayOn with a donation by visiting alabamasymphony.org/donate or clicking the button below. Each contribution is valued, and the Orchestra cannot wait to welcome concert goers back when the ASO returns to the stage!
The Alabama Symphony Orchestra stands in solidarity with all of those affected with the outbreak of COVID-19. We hope you, your loved ones, and others stay in good health during these times.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to our office at 205.314.6915. Thank you, as always, for your continued support and love as we face these extraordinary circumstances.
Click here to read the Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s full statement.
For ticket related questions, please reach out to our box office at 205.975.2787