Concerts and Events

Classically Unconventional 3.0

Let's Symphony On!

Octet Filming From their homes - and our Atwood Concert Hall home - your ASO musicians are continuing to adapt - performing new repertoire, learning film technology, wearing masks, and performing 6 feet apart from musicians they formerly shared a music stand with. They are compelled to perform their artform in a way that orchestra musicians have NEVER had to do before. Through their dedication, they are rising to the challenge and are ready to bring YOU the third  Classically Unconventional concert of our highly unconventional  season.

How to experience this FREE concert:
  • -  On April 24th, before 7:30pm click HERE, or go to Zoom and join webinar 882 6314 0804.
  • -  You will find a pre-concert slide show running to help you check your connection and speakers.
  • -  At 7:30pm our Classically Unconventional 3.0 Concert will begin!

Program Includes:

Octet in E-flat major, Op. 20
by Felix Mendelssohn
featuring Emily Madsen, Kathryn Hoffer, Hiroko Harada, Elise Gelbart Mitchell, Nancy Darigo, Mari Jamieson, Linda Hart Ottum, and Julie Goforth

Trumpet Sonata, Mtv II
?by Linn Weeda
featuring Linn Weeda and Susan Wingrove-Reed

UMOJA for Wind Quintet by Valerie Coleman
featuring Roxann Selland Berry, Karl Pasch, Cheryl Pierce, Sharman Piper, Kyle Noonan

2+1 by Ivan Trevino
featuring Matt Anderson and Brady Byers

Sentimental Sketches by Daniel Gregory Mason
featuring Susan Wingrove-Reed, Kathryn Hoffer, and Linda Hart Ottum

Coastal Kaleidoscope by Alyssa Morris
featuring Roxann Selland Berry, Sharman Piper, and Susan Wingrove-Reed

Au Printemps by Maurice Emmanuel
featuring Roxann Selland Berry, Susan Wingrove-Reed, and Luke Honeck

Symphony No. 4, Mvt 3 "Scherzo"
by Pyotr Tchaikovsky
Variations on a Shaker Melody
from Appalachian Spring
by Aaron Copland
featuring Your ASO


Enjoy this encore presentation of your ASO's Classically Unconventional 2.0
Virtual Concert, originally broadcast on March 6, 2021.


Enjoy this encore presentation of your ASO's Opening Night of our 75th season, originally broadcast on November 14, 2020. Hundreds of you joined us for our first Classically Unconventional virtual concert. We were truly honored to offer an evening of music programmed last summer by ASO Music Director Randall Craig Fleischer.
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Thank You

The Anchorage Symphony Orchestra is funded, in part, by the Atwood Foundation, Richard L and Diane M Block Foundation, Rasmuson Foundation, The Carr Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Alaska State Council on the Arts, Municipality of Anchorage, and through the generosity of many individuals and corporate community leaders.
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