Our 53rd Season
We maintain hope that the value of our work and mission is too important to fail, but at this time we must announce significant changes to our season in observation of the current environment, government restrictions, and CDC recommendations.
We will provide very flexible options for any ticket buyers that these changes directly affect. The changes to our season effectively decrease the number of concerts from 5 to 3 with an additional free concert in July. As a loyal, dedicated supporter of the ASO, we want to know your wishes regarding the amount paid for the two canceled concerts.
The Anderson Symphony Orchestra was organized in 1967 by leaders at Anderson University, with its very first performance made up largely of volunteers from the local community. Today the ASO is a proud assemblage of professional musicians, who for the most part, earn their living in the music arts. Maestro Richard Sowers has conducted the Symphony since 1989.