Due to the current unprecedented situation facing the United States and the rest of the globe with Covid 19 (Corona Virus), the ASO is currently suspending its spring Concert in April. We regretably make this decision. It is always our aim to bring the joy of music to the public. At this time, we know it is needed more than ever, but we wish to keep everyone safe and healthy by following the recommendations of the the Maine CDC. We encourage you to pursue your love for classical music by donating via our go fund me page, sporting some of our merchandise, or showing us some love on our facebook page. We hope to be back at it again soon, so check back with us in a month or so for any updates and perhaps a summer concert!
If you'd like to donate and help support our operations, please visit our GoFundMePage!
We are currently looking for the following instrumentalists to join our Symphony. Please reach out to us via email!
Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Trumpet, Trombone, Horns, Percussion
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The Augusta Symphony Orchestra now resides at the South Parish Church in Augusta, Maine.
This partnership helps the Symphony to rehearse and perform,
and spread the love of music to the Augusta community!
The ASO would like to thank the church for their friendship and continued support!
We look forward to welcoming you to our next concert at South Parish Church!
Concerts are typically free to the public unless otherwise noted.
Donations are appreciated and graciously accepted.
April 26th, 3pm (Sunday) *** Canceled***
At South Parish Congregational Church
SYMPHONY NO 8, in G major, Antonin Dvorak
FLUTE CONCERTO NO 2, in F, Antonio Rosetti
ITALIAN IN ALGIERS, Gioachino Rossini