Welcome to ASO's 22nd Season

  • Season Brochures are in the mail! If you haven't received yours yet, you will soon. You can always call us at 781-331-3600 to place your order by phone.

  • Meanwhile, here is the latest news and what you need to know for a great 2018-19 Season with ASO: Updates from the Board (4 items) • Performance Season News (5 items)
Updates from the Board of Directors
Meet Helen Tang, CPA, newest member of the ASO Board of Directors

Helen is a senior level financial consultant who has worked extensively with non-profit organizations during her many years in the field. She will soon take the role of Treasurer on the board. We're very excited to welcome her to our community — please say hello when you see Helen at your next ASO event!
Student Group Pricing Continues in 2018-19

Our special student group pricing was so successful in 2017-18 that we're extending it this season. We hope to reach more communities in our region. If you know a local school or middle/high school student group who would benefit from special pricing for our symphonic concerts, please share this information.

Thank you for making this possible!

Fanfare! & Other Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteering with ASO is fun and rewarding — and we need you!

Join Fanfare! or donate your time & talent in other ways, this season. Make new friends and earn concert tickets (along with our gratitude) while you support the orchestra. Some positions are also eligible for internship or community-service credit. Use the link to see our "wish list" for the season. Thank you!

New Ways to Be a Corporate ASO Supporter!

The business community is a very important, active part of ASO's circle of friends. We really enjoy (love) connecting our audience to the wonderful businesses that support the orchestra, and we show our appreciation. We have new sponsorship and advertising opportunities at every level this season. We want to grow our corporate partnerships.

Support Atlantic Symphony Orchestra and be part of the exciting things that are happening — it's good business and we need you!

Learn about becoming a corporate supporter or call us at 781-331-3600. We'd love to connect with your business. There's still time this season!
Individual donors are our biggest source of funding.
Thank you for making the season possible.
Performance Season News
Join Us For An Outstanding Opening Night!

Our new season — inspired by dance — begins with  new ! A new influence for Beethoven, music from the New World, music  for  a new world!

It's a lush masterworks journey from Old Vienna to The Frontier, and a tremendous beginning to our 22nd season.

Overture from  The Consecration of the House
The Chairman Dances: Foxtrot for Orchestra
Rodeo: Four Dance Episodes
Symphony No. 9 “From the New World”
Information for Returning Subscribers

If you are a returning subscriber (thank you!), we are keeping a "hold" on your seats from last season, until September 30th. (You will see them blocked in the seating charts.)

If you are planning to make your ticket purchase after that date, please call us at 781-331-3600 or email the office at admin@atlanticsymphony.org to let us know.
Two Very Special Concerts This Season

October 28, 2018: Orchestral Revolution
The Boston Foundation supported “Free For All” concert is, indeed, free for all and will take place at historic (and beautiful) First United Parish Church in Quincy, “The Church of the Presidents." This is a great opportunity for people to discover Atlantic Symphony — please tell your friends!

April 7, 2019: Special Command Performance
Due to overwhelming response to his appearance with us last season, we are very excited to have Xiang Angelo Yu (violin) return for a Special Command Performance solo concert at Old Ship Church in Hingham. Bring everyone you know!

Opening Night and Season Finale: Pops! Will Be Broadcast Live!

The Talking Information Center Network is on-air "24/7" with news and cultural programming for over 50,000 blind, visually impaired, and otherwise disabled listeners. It's a wonderful service.

We are very excited to welcome TIC back for our opening and closing concerts this season, and share more of our music with TIC Network listeners!

Take a Bow! Gala Returns to Its Roots

We had a wonderful time at Take a Bow! last season but we enjoy focusing on thanking you, as our main message for the evening. (We mean it!)

Take a Bow! is a fundraiser — an important one. It's also our best opportunity to show our appreciation and help supporters meet one another in a festive setting. It's a nice kick-off to the holiday season, too.

Expect more thanks and fewer "activities" this year — still with plenty of opportunities to donate — in fabulous surroundings hosted beautifully by Hatherly Country Club!

Our biggest source of funding comes from individual donors like you!
If you’re an ASO supporter, you’re very important to us.
We can only do this with you. We are grateful for you.

Thank you for supporting Atlantic Symphony Orchestra!
Atlantic Symphony Orchestra is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public cultural charity.
With special thanks to the following corporate sponsors and supporters, so far this season: