• Our Spring Concert

    The Athens Symphony is planning our annual Spring Concert for mid-April. Whether it is in-person or virtual will depend on the health and safety of our orchestra members and audiences. Watch this space for updates.

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  • We Are Still Making Music Online

    Tune into our Tiny Space Concerts airing regularly on on Facebook and YouTube. Links also at the bottom of this page.

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  • Christmas Concert Was Dedicated to        Terry Kay

    Acclaimed author Terry Kay appeared with the ASO eight times reading his works “To Whom the Angel Spoke,” “The Promise Made Whole,” and “Crocetta’s Dream,” plus readings of “Lincoln Portrait” and “Peter and the Wolf.” Mr. Kay died December 12, 2020. The ASO dedicated our 2020 Christmas Concert to this great friend and supporter.





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Upcoming Events

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18

Apr

Spring Concert

Sunday April 18th
@ 3:00pm

The Classic Center Theatre

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7

Nov

Fall Concert

Sunday November 7th
@ 3:00pm

The Classic Center Theatre

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11

Dec

Christmas Concert

Saturday December 11th
@ 8:00pm

The Classic Center Theatre

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Plan Your
Experience

With the Athens Symphony, you will discover the magic of great music-making in classical, holiday and pops family concerts. Expect to enjoy yourself!

With the Athens Symphony, you will discover the magic of great music-making in classical, holiday and pops family concerts. Expect to enjoy yourself!

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Meet Our Conductors

Founding Conductor Albert F. Ligotti retired in 2012 and the Athens Symphony embarked on a new era under the leadership of Susan Dinwiddie and the expanding role of Associate Conductor Brad Maffett.

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Meet the ASO

All members of the Athens Symphony Orchestra and Chorus are volunteers who bring their musical talents to weekly practices and concert performances inspired by their passionate love for music.

Support Us

With no income from ticket sales, the Athens Symphony is totally dependent on the generosity of individual donors and corporate sponsors to pay for our rehearsal and performing space, music and licensing fees, and other expenses to keep our performances complimentary for all to attend.

With no income from ticket sales, the Athens Symphony is totally dependent on the generosity of individual donors and corporate sponsors to pay for our rehearsal and performing space, music and licensing fees, and other expenses to keep our performances complimentary for all to attend.

Share Your Experience

Share your symphony experience with your photos from our concerts throughout the year.

Still photography is welcomed before, during, and after the concerts. Just remember, during concerts flash and video/audio recordings are not permitted.

Then share your photos on Instagram and Facebook using the hashtag #AthensSymphony.

Share Your Experience

Share your symphony experience with your photos from our concerts throughout the year.

Still photography is welcomed before, during, and after the concerts. Just remember, during concerts flash and video/audio recordings are not permitted.

Then share your photos on Instagram and Facebook using the hashtag #AthensSymphony.