Alabama Symphony Orchestra
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|Alabama Symphony Orchestra|
|Concert hall||Alys Stephens Center|
|Music director||Carlos Izcaray|
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Since its rebirth in 1997, The Alabama Symphony Orchestra has undertaken an ambitious effort to reach every corner of the city and the state with a varied and impressive program of music. The ASO now includes 6 subscription series and 11 special event concerts in its seasons annually. The ASO also offers a very successful series for school children–Young People's Concerts (YPC). Each season, thousands of students attend a total of six YPCs. Teachers receive study guides in advance to help prepare students for these concerts and to enhance the educational experience.
On June 29, 2011, the ASO received the John S. Edwards Award for its strong commitment to new American music, demonstrating an enthusiasm for performing the works of living composers. In addition to the concert season in Birmingham, concerts have included Tuscaloosa, Anniston, Decatur, Point Clear, Montgomery (Huntingdon College), Florence, Selma, Dothan and Enterprise. The ASO's association with the Alabama Ballet and Opera Birmingham flourishes as the orchestra accompanies many of their performances. The ASO also planned to collaborate with the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Alys Stephens Center, Summerfest Performing Ensemble, and the Birmingham Concert Chorale in concert performances.
- Carlos Izcaray (2015–)
- Justin Brown (2006–2012)
- Richard Westerfield (1997–2004)
- Paul Polivnick (1985–1993)
- Amerigo Marino (1964–1984)
- Arthur Winograd (1960–1964)
- Arthur Bennett Lipkin (1949–1960)
- Dorsey Whittington (1933–1942)
Others articles of the Topic Alabama : List of the prehistoric life of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, W. E. Whetstone, Auburn–Florida football rivalry, Overlook Park (Tallapoosa County, Alabama)
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- "Carlos Izcaray – Hazard Chase". Retrieved 22 February 2019.
- "What Music Does A Conductor Listen To As His Country Falls Apart?". www.wbur.org. Retrieved 22 February 2019.
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