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  • With 200+ performances a year, ASO has something for everyone

    The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) is recognized as one of the most creative and innovative orchestras in North America. Atlanta Symphony serves as the cornerstone for musical performance and training far beyond Atlanta's borders, through its various concert series and its diverse initiatives in music education and outreach.

    5 Reasons to Visit Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

    1. Since the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s founding nearly 70 years ago, the ASO and Chorus has produced 100 recordings and garnered more than two dozen Grammy Awards.
    2. Each summer, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra schedules outdoor concerts at Atlanta's Chastain Park Amphitheatre.
    3. In 2008, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra unveiled the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, a 12,000-seat concert venue just north of Atlanta in Encore Park.
    4. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through its yearly King Celebration.
    5. The 95-member Atlanta Symphony Orchestra presents more than 200 concerts annually, including classical, pops and family concerts.

    Insider Tips:
    • For select performances, student tickets are available to purchase for $10, plus a $2 box office fee at the Woodruff Arts Center Box Office, simply by showing your student ID.
    • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra offers specially crafted family programs, which feature a stimulating and appealing mix of original and beloved children's tales, with visual humor and award-winning dancers and actors.
    • See the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra perform on some Sundays for only $10! This is a great way to support the symphony and our future orchestral musicians.
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