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“Concerts of great music within the means of everyone.” Leopold Stokowski 1962

When Leopold Stokowski established the American Symphony Orchestra over 50 years ago, he broke new ground by showcasing the talents of American musicians and celebrating the works of 20th century composers, demystifying orchestral music and making it accessible and affordable for all audiences.

Under the leadership of Music Director Leon Botstein, who celebrates his 20th anniversary this season, the ASO has expanded this mandate to serve as innovators in the field by rebuilding audiences for orchestral music and ensuring the survival of classical music art forms.

“Music should not be an art form only for aficionados.” Leon Botstein 2013

Our success has been made possible by friends and music lovers like you. Tax-deductible donations, above and beyond your yearly subscription, help us sustain the artistic excellence, music education, and preservation that are vital to our cultural life. Your contribution will provide insider information, discounts, and unparalleled access to one of the most dynamic and innovative orchestras performing today.