Events - Past

First Presbyterian Church
Anchorage, Alaska
Tuesday, 28 April 2015 - 7:30 PM
An Evening of chamber music written specifically for wind quintet by composers
Valerie Coleman, Jacques Ibert, Eric Ewazen, and Gyorgy Ligeti,
featuring ASO principal musicians:
Roxann Selland Berry, flute
Sharman Piper, oboe
Karl Pasch, clarinet
Heather Williams, bassoon
Darrel Kincade, horn.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Program TBA
Ensemble: Polar Winds
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Tuesday, 21 April 2015 - 4:00 PM
A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior who displays musical talent, dedication and a commitment to continue advanced music studies. The competition is open to instrumentalists and vocalists. Applications are available online at anchoragesymphony.org and must be postmarked or emailed by April 7, 2015. Visit AnchorageSymphony.org for more information.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Program TBA
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Sunday, 29 March 2015 - 4:00 PM
Hailed by some critics as the greatest piece of music ever written, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is the quintessential work of searing optimism, overwhelming joy and exalted jubilation. For his Ninth and final symphony, Beethoven set Friedrich Schiller's "Ode to Joy" to music forever memorializing its themes of freedom and unity. The work's message of hope has been used at countless festivities to uplift and affirm humankind.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Beethoven: Symphony no 9 in D minor, Op. 125 "Choral"
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Anchorage, Alaska
Sunday, 29 March 2015 - 3:00 PM
ASO Education Consultant, Susan Wingrove-Reed, gives a pre-concert lecture on the music and personalities of the ASO Season Finale.
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 28 March 2015 - 8:00 PM
Hailed by some critics as the greatest piece of music ever written, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is the quintessential work of searing optimism, overwhelming joy and exalted jubilation. For his Ninth and final symphony, Beethoven set Friedrich Schiller's "Ode to Joy" to music forever memorializing its themes of freedom and unity. The work's message of hope has been used at countless festivities to uplift and affirm humankind.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Beethoven: Symphony no 9 in D minor, Op. 125 "Choral"
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 28 March 2015 - 7:00 PM
ASO Education Consultant, Susan Wingrove-Reed, gives a pre-concert lecture on the music and personalities of the ASO Season Finale.
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts: Discovery Theater
Anchorage, Alaska
Sunday, 22 March 2015 - 3:00 PM
This 78-minute documentary explores how freedom movements (in China at Tienanmen Square in 1989, at the Berlin Wall in the same year, women living under Pinochet's dictatorship in Chile) and in Japan after the Tsunami - Beethoven's Ninth served as both battle cry of liberation, and a source of strength during dark times.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Beethoven: Symphony no 9 in D minor, Op. 125 "Choral"
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 28 February 2015 - 8:00 PM
An Evening at the Ballet is a moving and exhilarating program of ballet music from Swan Lake, Firebird Suite, Romeo and Juliet and many more – featuring two of today’s most exciting dancers from the Joffrey Ballet. The synergy between dancers, conductor, and orchestra makes for a performance experience that is thrilling and engaging for all.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Ronald Foster
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 28 February 2015 - 7:00 PM
ASO Education Consultant, Susan Wingrove-Reed, gives a pre-concert lecture on the music and personalities of An Evening at the Ballet.
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Ronald Foster
West High School Auditorium
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 7 February 2015 - 2:00 PM
Get to know Your ASO! Thanks to our founding sponsor, the Atwood Foundation and the Music for My Neighbors Fund, the Anchorage Symphony is proudly performing our fifth annual FREE Neighborhood Concert at West High School. This open-to-the-public, one-hour performance is a wonderful opportunity for the ASO to venture out of downtown and bring music to more of you, our neighbors. Audience members will enjoy an adventure through varying types of symphonic music, including Overture 1812 with audience participation. Bring the whole family!
This event is not ticketed, and seating is limited. Please arrive early; seating begins at 1:30pm.
This event is made possible by founding sponsor, the Atwood Foundation and the Music for My Neighbors Fund.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 31 January 2015 - 8:00 PM
Alaskans so enjoy the success of fellow Alaskans. In addition to the 80 remarkable ASO musicians, audiences will delight in the homecoming of Fairbanks native Dane Johansen performing Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C Major, a work lost for nearly two centuries and uncovered by an archivist in 1961! A member of the Escher String Quartet and faculty member at The Juilliard School, Mr. Johansen has been praised for his “brave virtuosity” by the New York Times. Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 5 takes audiences on an emotional journey from despair to joyous vitality, its conclusion described by one annotator as“ a shout of laughter.”
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Haydn: Concerto for Cello no 1 in C major, H 7b no 1
Artist: Dane Johansen (Cello)
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Mahler: Symphony no 5 in C sharp minor
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 31 January 2015 - 7:00 PM
ASO Education Consultant, Susan Wingrove-Reed, gives a pre-concert lecture on the music and personalities of Pride and Joy.
Program TBA
Artist: Dane Johansen (Cello)
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 17 January 2015 - 8:00 PM
Join us for what has become an annual family favorite, Silent Film Night with the Anchorage Symphony!
Laugh yourself silly watching Buster Keaton in Steamboat Bill Jr., as he tries to win the girl, impress her father and save them both when a fierce storm hits their steamboat.
With his big teeth and her beak of a nose, Mr. and Mrs. Moose are not a pretty couple. Independently they decide to “fix” the situation and hilarity ensues when they don’t recognize each other in the 1926 comedy, Mighty Like a Moose.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 17 January 2015 - 7:00 PM
ASO Education Consultant, Susan Wingrove-Reed, gives a pre-concert lecture on the music and personalities of Steamboat Bill Jr & Mighty Like a Moose.
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 15 November 2014 - 8:00 PM
Inspired by a children’s story about the origins of the aurora borealis, Legend of the Northern Lights takes you on a spectacular journey with rich and vibrant displays of the Northern Lights set against majestic landscapes of the North. The work features original music by Grammy–nominated composer, Christopher Theofanidis, and an awe-inspiring film of NASA and Canadian Space Agency images produced by Emmy-nominated astronomer and visual artist, Dr. José Francisco Salgado. The evening also includes one of the greatest “unfinished” masterworks of all time and Prokofiev’s enchanting symphony originally commissioned for a children’s radio program.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Schubert: Symphony no 8 in B minor, D 759 "Unfinished"
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Theofanidis: Legend of the Northern Lights
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Prokofiev: Symphony no 7 in C sharp minor, Op. 131
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 11 October 2014 - 7:30 PM
Delight in a magical journey into storytelling and music as only the timeless tales of Disney can evoke. Brought to life by the talents of four Broadway caliber singers – and featuring animated feature film sequences – Disney In Concert: Tales as Old as Time explores iconic moments, plot twists and feats of daring heroics from Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Tangled, The Lion King and many more. This musical celebration is certain to remind the young and young at heart that through the magical storytelling of Disney, wishes can be made on stars, hope is eternal and love conquers all.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 11 October 2014 - 2:00 PM
Delight in a magical journey into storytelling and music as only the timeless tales of Disney can evoke. Brought to life by the talents of four Broadway caliber singers – and featuring animated feature film sequences – Disney In Concert: Tales as Old as Time explores iconic moments, plot twists and feats of daring heroics from Frozen, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Tangled, The Lion King and many more. This musical celebration is certain to remind the young and young at heart that through the magical storytelling of Disney, wishes can be made on stars, hope is eternal and love conquers all.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 27 September 2014 - 8:00 PM
Opening Night stirs feelings of anticipation, exhilaration and celebration. This September the ASO’s Opening Night is also a community celebration as the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts unveils the new Atwood Concert Hall acoustical shell. Maestro Fleischer has programmed a grand concert to mark this occasion with Rachmaninoff’s bold, youthful Piano Concerto No. 1 featuring the transcendent Olga Kern, 2001 Van Cliburn gold-medalist. The festivity continues with Tchaikovsky’s triumphant Marche Slave and Silbelius’ heroic Symphony No. 2.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Tchaikovsky: Marche slave, Op. 31
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Rachmaninov: Concerto for Piano no 1 in F sharp minor, Op. 1
Artist: Olga Kern (Piano)
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Sibelius: Symphony no 2 in D major, Op. 43
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 26 April 2014 - 8:00 PM
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Program TBA
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts: Atwood Concert Hall
Anchorage, Alaska
Saturday, 29 March 2014 - 8:00 PM
This concert, brings many firsts to the concert hall. Embrace: Concerto for Electric Violin by Kenji Bunch will have its West Coast premiere and will be the first time the ASO has featured electric violin in a Classic Concert. Co-commissioned by Musica Nova, the ASO commissioning club, and nine other orchestras, Embrace showcases electric violinist Tracy Silverman considered to be the “the greatest living exponent of the electric violin.”
Formerly first violinist with the innovative Turtle Island String Quartet, Silverman was named by The Juilliard School as one of its 100 distinguished alumni. Embrace is an exciting new piece described by its composer as “an interactive performance work conceived and written in the spirit of what I consider the most powerful new medium of orchestra performing of the 21st century: the orchestra ‘flash mob’.” Also on the Electric Nights program are Ravel’s tribute piece, Le Tombeau de Couperin and the ASO’s premiere performance of Schumann’s heroic and large-scaled work - Symphony No. 4.
Presenter: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Bunch: Embrace: Concerto for Electric Violin
Artist: Tracy Silverman (Violin)
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Schumann: Symphony no 4 in D minor, Op. 120
Ensemble: Anchorage Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
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