Q: What platform are you using to watch the performance?
A: Vimeo is the platform we are using to bring the performances to you.
Q: Do I need to download Vimeo in order to watch the performance?
A: It is not necessary to download Vimeo to watch the performances on your desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device from our site. If you are not watching from the ASO website, Vimeo might recommend you download the app and start a free account.
Q: Can I watch the performance/s on my TV?
A: Yes! It is possible to watch on your TV if you have the necessary equipment. You can either connect your chosen device directly to your TV setup or you can cast or mirror to your TV. Please note: The ASO cannot provide technical support for casting/mirroring.
Q: How can I enhance the audio at home?
A: We know the audio is so important. Our production team has worked tirelessly to bring you the best virtual production we can, and that includes great sound. While we’re unable to be in the hall together, we do recommend contacting your local electronics and audio sound system store. They’ll have suggestions on the best way to enhance the audio for your devices and enjoy the concerts fully.
Q: How long do I have to watch the performance?
A: The video will available for seven (7) calendar days of the premiere date.
Q: Do you offer technical support?
A: If you cannot login please contact the Box Office at 512-476-6064 ext. 3 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The ASO cannot provide technical support in regards to casting/mirroring. We recommend contacting the manufacturer of the device you're casting/mirroring from (iPhone, Android phone, tablet, desktop, etc) and the device you're casting/mirroring to (Roku, Amazon FireTV, Chromecast, SmartTV, AppleTV). We also recommend contacting your internet service provider. If you're experiencing difficulty casting on Chromecast click here to see a message from Vimeo.
Friday, October 9, 2020 7:00PM
School is in session! Considered one of the greatest composers of all time, Beethoven studied with many talented artists, two of which were Antonio Salieri and Joseph Haydn. Now ASO classmates come together to highlight these A+ teachers in Haydn’s Sinfonia concertante and Sinfonia in D Major by Antonio Salieri. To help bring these pieces to life we look no further than a quartet comprised of Jessica Mathaes, violin; Douglas Harvey, cello; Julianne Webner, oboe and William Lewis, bassoon! Three additional works on the program are composed by the top student himself, Beethoven.
LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Zapfenstreich March, WoO 20
LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Three Equali, WoO 30
ANTONIO SALIERI: Sinfonia in D Major, Veneziana
FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN: Sinfonia concertante in B-flat Major, op.84, Hob.I:105
LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Op. 36
Q: Where do we watch the performance? A: At our Virtual Concert Hall (password required)
Q: Are there any discounts? A: The more you buy the more you save (up to 25% off!)! Students can also get a student discount. Click here for more information.
Whether we are in the hall or in your home, the Austin Symphony Orchestra will be "Connecting with Music" with you once again!
Use hastag #aso110 (the "110" stands for how many years we've been playing for the Austin community)
All artists, dates, and repertoire is subject to change.
H-E-B; H-E-B Tournament of Champions; Bancroft Initiative; The Rea Charitable Trust; ConocoPhillips; AM Technical Solutions; Bank of America; Dignity Memorial; Macy’s Foundation; PlainsCapital Bank
City of Austin/ Cultural Arts Division; National Endowment of the Arts; Texas Commission on the Arts
A special thanks to Advanced Logistics Solutions and Tonehaus Productions with this concert performance.
Virtual concert tickets will be available on August 17, 2020.
Live concert tickets will be available on November 12, 2020.
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