Unfortunately, we cannot offer refunds based on these changes.
Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 3 p.m.
Featuring Capital University Choirs and guest soloists Jenny Lindsey, Katherine Carroll, Christopher Bozeka, and Eric McKeever. Two community favorites join together for a tour de force celebration! 2018 marks the 10th anniversary for the New Albany Symphony and 100 years of Music at Capital University. We can't think of a better way to celebrate than Beethoven's 9th Symphony, his "Ode to Joy!" Join us for this festive season opener.
*This performance is featured on the "Leonard Bernstein at 100" calendar. A listing of events celebrating Bernstein's 100th birthday in 2018 and his endless contributions to music. Learn more HERE!
Sunday, December 16, 2018 at 3 p.m.
Celebrate the holidays at home in New Albany, featuring local guest artists from Opera Columbus and the heartwarming songs and traditions that make this the "Most Wonderful Time of the Year." Don’t forget to arrive early for our fabulous Holiday Gift Basket Fundraiser. This concert sells out every year!
March 8-9, 2019 at 7 p.m., March 10, 2019 at 3 p.m.
The long-awaited collaboration of the New Albany Children's Ballet Theatre and the New Albany Symphony comes to fruition this season as we present Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty. Elegant dancing by students of the New Albany Ballet Children’s Theatre, and LIVE music performed by the New Albany Symphony Orchestra, this one-weekend only performance will inspire audiences young and young at heart!
Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 3 p.m.
Rossini’s Il signor Bruschino opens this all-Italian concert featuring the winners of our student concerto competition. Joins us on a journey through the northern Italian countryside with the soaring harmonies of Respighi’s Church Windows and the lush landscape of his Pines of Rome.
Saint-Saens Concerto No 2. In G minor, Andante – Cory Wu, piano*
Mendelssohn Concerto for Violin in E minor, Allegro molto – Anna Linder, violin
Navarro Legacy Concerto for Oboe, Ava Wirth, oboe
Respighi Church Windows
Respighi Pines of Rome*
*included in sensory friendly performance
During these concerts, audience members can feel free to move around, talk and BYO reinforcements and motivational systems. House lights will be turned on but dimmed, and "chill-out" zones, will be available in the lobby for those needing a break. All NASO ushers and volunteers will receive specific training to accommodate our audience. Prior to concert day, attendees will be able to download our "What to Expect at the Concert" Story Board from our website.
SINGLE TICKETS JUST $8 EACH
(NO TICKETMASTER FEES IF PURCHASED AT THE DOOR)
Our sensory-friendly series is back this year! These concerts are designed for those on the autism spectrum, our friends in the dementia/Alzheimer’s community, or for those audience members needing a more relaxed concert experience. Performances are never longer than an hour and include pre-concert lobby activities.
NEW THIS SEASON!
The musicians of the New Albany Symphony spread the love this season with Twelve Community Kindness Concerts presented by PNC Arts Alive. The dates and times for this season's Community Kindness Concerts are TBA, but they will be held within the New Albany Community.
Performances are FREE, one hour in length, featuring NASO musicians: Ariane Sletner, violin – Heather Garner, viola – Luis Biava, cello – John Pellagrino, bass – Emily Patronic, bassoon and Adam Koch, French horn performing Beethoven Septet.