2014 - 2015 Concert Season
Embracing the Classics. Exploring the Future.
During 2014-2015, the ACO will continue to embrace the classics as well as explore the future.
Music Director Lois Ferrari believes that in order for classical music to truly realize its potential as a relevent and important art form it must embrace its future as much as its past. With this in mind, the ACO will continue to experiment with programming that presents beloved classics alongside new and eclectic works, some of which might be considered off-beat, cross-genre, or even radical. We are also planning to present pre-concert talks by Dr. Ferrari and guest artists, as well as reserved seats within the Orchestra for a few lucky audience members who win the golden ticket!
Pearl Amster Youth
30-Jun-2014Auditions for ACO
Would you like to play with the Austin Civic Orchestra? Auditions for the violin and string bass sections will be held on August 19th at Westlake High School.Please e-mail Dr. Lois Ferrari if you are interested in auditioning at that time. Click here for more information on auditioning.
Big thanks to Mike Lee and KUT Austin for featuring the ACO on Arts Eclectic on April 24! Our Music Director, Lois Ferrari, got to sit down and talk about our concert on April 26th, Texas Rising Stars. Click the link below to listen to the whole interview:
Join composer Jason Hoogerhyde, UT Professor of Violin, Brian Lewis, and ACO Music Director Lois Ferrari in a discussion of the 2014 Texas Rising Stars concert. The conversation will begin on Hoogerhyde's piece, A Quiet Constellation. The talk begins at 6:30 pm in classroom 2.614. The concert begins at 7:30 pm in Bates Recital Hall.