Past Performances

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  • 2016-2017
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  • 2018-2019
  • 2019-2020
Marcus-Roberts-Trio

Duke Ellington + Marcus Roberts Trio

Postponed

Carnegie Hall

Out of respect for our audience and in light of the circumstances involving COVID-19, the ASO postponed its presentation of Duke Ellington + Marcus Roberts Trio originally scheduled for March 12, 2020….

Leon-Botstein

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5

February 2, 2020

Peter Norton Symphony Space

Treat yourself to a drink at the bar, then get a fascinating, “behind the music” tour of Beethoven’s famous Fifth: understand the cultural context of this history-changing work – even…

Lucas-Debargue

Beyond Beethoven

January 31, 2020

Carnegie Hall

There are many tributes to Beethoven’s 250th – now here’s one unlike anything else. Piano phenom, Lucas Debargue, makes his Carnegie Hall Debut BEYOND BEETHOVEN. Beethoven’s 250th has inspired celebrations…

Sons-of-Bach

Sons of Bach

December 19, 2019

Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center

Discover the music of four fellows who followed in the footsteps of their famous father. These rarely-performed works by W.F. Bach, J.C.F. Bach, J.C. Bach, and C.P.E. Bach showcase the…

The Kingdom

October 31, 2019

Carnegie Hall

Following on the success of our 2017 performance of The Apostles, the ASO opened its 58th season with Edward Elgar’s oratorio The Kingdom. Picking up where The Apostles left off,…

Robert-Mann

Sounds of the American Century

January 25, 2019

Carnegie Hall

Robert Mann Photo by Charles AbbottNew York City composers of the mid-20th century sought to define a new American sensibility in orchestral music. The abstract works of Robert Mann, the…

ASO3

The Key of Dreams

March 22, 2019

Carnegie Hall

Based on the French play Juliette, ou La clé des songes (Juliette, or The Key of Dreams) by Georges Neveux, Martinů’s operatic masterpiece Julietta, one of the greatest 20th-century works…

Angel-Blue-and-Edward-Nelson

A Walt Whitman Sampler

October 17, 2018

Carnegie Hall

Walt Whitman, the defining 19th-century poetic voice of America, inspired several generations of European composers. In the 20th century, Whitman’s poetry was beautifully adapted during World War I by Othmar…

Nono

Intolerance

March 1, 2018

Carnegie Hall

In post-Fascist Italy, Luigi Nono attempted to reverse the darkness of Mussolini and rescue art from being the handmaiden of the state. His one-act opera Intolleranza 1960 speaks out against…

weinberg

Hollow Victory: Jews in Soviet Russia after the World War

January 28, 2018

Carnegie Hall

Despite the brutal suppression of Jewish culture in the late 1940s under Stalin, Jewish composers sustained a vibrant and active musical culture, as these grippingly beautiful works reveal. Explore the…

All
  • All
  • 2016-2017
  • 2017-2018
  • 2018-2019
  • 2019-2020
Marcus-Roberts-Trio

Duke Ellington + Marcus Roberts Trio

Postponed

Carnegie Hall

Out of respect for our audience and in light of the circumstances involving COVID-19, the ASO postponed its presentation of Duke Ellington + Marcus Roberts Trio originally scheduled for March 12, 2020….

Leon-Botstein

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5

February 2, 2020

Peter Norton Symphony Space

Treat yourself to a drink at the bar, then get a fascinating, “behind the music” tour of Beethoven’s famous Fifth: understand the cultural context of this history-changing work – even…

Lucas-Debargue

Beyond Beethoven

January 31, 2020

Carnegie Hall

There are many tributes to Beethoven’s 250th – now here’s one unlike anything else. Piano phenom, Lucas Debargue, makes his Carnegie Hall Debut BEYOND BEETHOVEN. Beethoven’s 250th has inspired celebrations…

Sons-of-Bach

Sons of Bach

December 19, 2019

Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center

Discover the music of four fellows who followed in the footsteps of their famous father. These rarely-performed works by W.F. Bach, J.C.F. Bach, J.C. Bach, and C.P.E. Bach showcase the…

The Kingdom

October 31, 2019

Carnegie Hall

Following on the success of our 2017 performance of The Apostles, the ASO opened its 58th season with Edward Elgar’s oratorio The Kingdom. Picking up where The Apostles left off,…

Robert-Mann

Sounds of the American Century

January 25, 2019

Carnegie Hall

Robert Mann Photo by Charles AbbottNew York City composers of the mid-20th century sought to define a new American sensibility in orchestral music. The abstract works of Robert Mann, the…

ASO3

The Key of Dreams

March 22, 2019

Carnegie Hall

Based on the French play Juliette, ou La clé des songes (Juliette, or The Key of Dreams) by Georges Neveux, Martinů’s operatic masterpiece Julietta, one of the greatest 20th-century works…

Angel-Blue-and-Edward-Nelson

A Walt Whitman Sampler

October 17, 2018

Carnegie Hall

Walt Whitman, the defining 19th-century poetic voice of America, inspired several generations of European composers. In the 20th century, Whitman’s poetry was beautifully adapted during World War I by Othmar…

Nono

Intolerance

March 1, 2018

Carnegie Hall

In post-Fascist Italy, Luigi Nono attempted to reverse the darkness of Mussolini and rescue art from being the handmaiden of the state. His one-act opera Intolleranza 1960 speaks out against…

weinberg

Hollow Victory: Jews in Soviet Russia after the World War

January 28, 2018

Carnegie Hall

Despite the brutal suppression of Jewish culture in the late 1940s under Stalin, Jewish composers sustained a vibrant and active musical culture, as these grippingly beautiful works reveal. Explore the…