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Concerts are typically free to the public.

Donations are appreciated and graciously accepted.


November 17th, (Saturday) 3PM
              Snow Date Nov. 18th 3pm


December 15th, (Saturday) 3PM

          Snow Date Dec. 16th 3pm


April 28th, (Sunday) 3PM




Centralmaine.com Article: January 31, 2018

ON Music, with Lucky Clark: Augusta Symphony Orchestra


Centralmaine.com Article: Dec 24, 2017 5 Questions : Kristi Mann

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2018-2019 Season


Nov. 17th. 3PM

1. The world premier of Nate Saunder's Allagash Suite played by the Augusta Symphony Orchestra

2. Pastoral Symphony (Symphony No. 6) by Ludwig van Beethoven

 

Dec. 15th, 3PM
 1. Selections of Handel's Messiah. Sing Along for the public, with choral performances

2. Leroy Anderson's Christmas Festival


April 28th, 3PM
1. Symphony No 1 "Spring", Robert Schumann

2. On hearing the first Cuckoo in Spring, Frederick Delius

3. Midsummer Nights Dream, Mendelssohn

Concert Program info


The Augusta Symphony Orchestra is excited to announce our new partnership with the South Parish Church in Augusta, Maine.


This partnership is the beginning of a new home for 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 support! We look forward to the new adventure and hope to see everyone for our Fall concert at South Parish Church.

The ASO wants you!


Dedicated to enriching the arts community, by delivering the music of talented musicians to the public.

A New home for the ASO!

South Parish Congregational Church

9 Church Street, Augusta, 04330
http://www.southparish.net/


Email: augustasymphony.maine@gmail.com

We are currently looking for the following instrumentalists to join our Symphony. Please reach out to us via email!


augustasymphony.maine@gmail.com


Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Trumpet, Trombone, Horns, Percussion

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