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If it wasn't for the work of Elton B. Stephens, Mark Patrick said, there might not be an Alabama Symphony Orchestra performing for adults and introducing school children to classical music.

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AL.com

Alabama Music Hall of Fame to induct 4 on Saturday, including Elton B. Stephens

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Bham Now

If you’re a fan of the cello, you will absolutely love hearing the ultra-talented Santiago Cañón-Valencia in the World Premiere of Izcaray’s cello concerto, Stringmaster.

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UAB Medicine Magazine

In his second season as the Alabama Symphony Orchestra’s (ASO) music director, Carlos Izcaray was at the top of his game—bringing boundless enthusiasm, ambitious new works, and critical acclaim to the ASO. Then in 2016, he found a suspicious lump in his neck and came to UAB to have it checked. Izcaray was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

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Bham Now

The Alabama Symphony Orchestra has two unforgettable holiday concerts that you don’t want to miss. With either of these shows, your Christmas in Birmingham will have the best soundtrack ever —you’ll definitely leave with a song in your heart.

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Times Daily

A well known, Grammy Award-winning Shoals artist, a Birmingham entrepreneur, a Montgomery rhythm and blues pioneer, and a Grammy-winning film and television composer will be inducted into the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in January. Elton B. Stephens, a businessman born in Barbour County who was instrumental in the rebirth of the Alabama Symphony Orchestra.

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Hoover Sun

The Alabama Symphony Youth Orchestra is scheduled to make its annual appearance at the mall Sunday, Dec. 8.

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The Shelby County Reporter

The Alabama Symphony Orchestra will present the 2019 Symphonic Holiday Celebration on Friday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. at Thompson High School’s Performing Arts Center.

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Bham Now

Alabama Symphony Youth Orchestra’s Kevin Fitzgerald wants you to come to a free concert Nov. 16. 5 reasons why.

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BhamNow

At this show, you’ll see the Alabama Symphony Orchestra playing the original film score live while watching the full movie on the big screen. How cool is that? It’s at 7PM on October 25 at Samford’s Wright Center. Tickets start at $15. Use code GHOSTNOW and get 25% off your tickets

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