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Woodwind Quintet at Bryant Park Upper Terrace

May 20 & 21

Bryant Park

Join us for a performance by a woodwind quintet of ASO musicians, with pieces by American composers including William Grant Still, Amy Beach, and John Philip Sousa. Curated by ASO…

String Quartet at Bryant Park Upper Terrace

May 13 & 14

Bryant Park

A string quartet of ASO musicians performs works by Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, William Grant Still, and Antonín Dvořák, in a program curated by violinist Ashley Horne, a longtime member of the American Symphony Orchestra….

The Glenwood Quartet at PAC

Apr 19

Perelman Performing Arts Center

Join us for a performance by a string quartet of ASO musicians on the Lobby Stage at the Perelman Performing Arts Center. As part of the Park Avenue Artists’ Spotlight…

Schoenberg’s Gurre-Lieder

March 22

Carnegie Hall

One hundred and fifty years after the composer’s birth—and more than 90 years since ASO founder Leopold Stokowski premiered the work in the U.S. with the Philadelphia Orchestra—the ASO presents…

Dvořák’s Requiem

Jan 25

Carnegie Hall

Dating from the composer’s late creative period, Antonín Dvořák’s Requiem mystifyingly remains a rarity in his impressive oeuvre. It is nowhere near as well known, or as frequently performed, as…

String Quartet at City Winery

Jan 3

City Winery Grand Central

Join us at City Winery Grand Central Terminal in the magnificent Vanderbilt Hall for a musician-curated program featuring a selection of works for string quartet that highlight connections in the…

Judas Maccabaeus

Dec 14

The Riverside Church

This holiday season the ASO offers an alternative to George Frideric Handel’s Messiah with another oratorio, Judas Maccabaeus. Set amidst the story of Hanukkah, the oratorio is a dramatization of…

America UNBOUND – Canceled

Sept 25

Bryant Park

Due to inclement weather, this performance has been canceled. A new work commissioned by the American Symphony Orchestra, written by composer and percussionist Javier Diaz, whose studio credits include Steven Spielberg’s West Side…

America UNBOUND – Canceled

Sept 18

Bryant Park

Due to inclement weather, this performance has been canceled.  A new work commissioned by the American Symphony Orchestra, written by composer and percussionist Javier Diaz, whose studio credits include Steven Spielberg’s West Side…

American Expressions – SOLD OUT

Sept 10

Kupferberg Center for the Arts

Forging a new partnership with Kupferberg Center for the Arts, the ASO will co-present a free Sunday matinee at Queens College/CUNY. The program highlights the different forms of expression and…

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String Quartet at Bryant Park Upper Terrace

Sept 20 & 21

Bryant Park

Musicians from American Symphony Orchestra performs pillars from the string quartet repertoire: Haydn’s Quartet op 76 No 5, nicknamed at various points in history “Largo” for its particularly comforting but…

Celebrating New York

Sept 17

Bryant Park

Continuing a partnership forged between the American Symphony Orchestra and the Bryant Park Corporation in the wake of COVID-19, the ASO will present a free concert to celebrate its 60th…

Joe Hisaishi Symphonic Concert at Radio City Music Hall

Aug 13-17

Radio City Music Hall

These performances have been rescheduled: Saturday, August 13, 2022 Monday, August 15, 2022 Tuesday, August 16, 2022 Wednesday, August 17, 2022 Thursday, August 18, 2022 Joe Hisaishi Symphonic Concert: Music…

Bard Music Festival – Program 6

Aug 7

Fisher Center, Sosnoff Theater

Anchored by the ASO, this all-Rachmaninoff event opens with the First Symphony, which the composer abandoned after its ill-starred premiere, and died without hearing a second time. Nevertheless, the work…

Bard Music Festival – Program 3

Aug 6

Fisher Center, Sosnoff Theater

It was the runaway success of Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto that helped restore his confidence after the depression and writer’s block triggered by his First Symphony’s failure. Marking the ASO’s…

Taneyev’s At the Reading of a Psalm

July 15

Carnegie Hall

The ASO presents the U.S. Premiere of Sergei Taneyev’s final work, At the Reading of a Psalm. Conceived as a massive statement of Russian Orthodox faith at the onset of…

The Silent Woman (Die Schweigsame Frau) at Bard SummerScape

Opens July 22

Fisher Center, Sosnoff Theater

Considered Strauss’s only true comic opera, this rarely performed work is by turns elegiac and incisively witty. The brilliantly written libretto by Stefan Zweig (loosely based on the Renaissance play…

American Masters

Jun 5

Jazz at Lincoln Center

The ASO offers another free performance to close its 60th anniversary season. In line with the ASO’s long history of championing American artists, the closing concert offers a trio of…

Marcus-Roberts-Trio

Duke Ellington + Marcus Roberts Trio

March 24

Carnegie Hall

The ASO toasts the genre-defying genius of Duke Ellington with an evening including New World A-Comin’ and Three Black Kings for jazz trio and full orchestra with renowned jazz pianist…

Mahler in New York

Dec 16

Cathedral of St. John the Divine

This performance is now sold out. Doors will open at 6 pm for the pre-concert talk with Music Director Leon Botstein at 7 pm. Ticketholders should arrive at the Cathedral no later than…