The Wells Fargo Classical EDGE // Thursday, February 23, 2012 | 8 p.m.
After two turns on the Masterworks stage, Edgar Meyer will cut loose in this Wells Fargo Classical EDGE concert. Maestro Brown and Mr. Meyer have planned a night to showcase their belief that when you play what you love, music no longer fits into any particular genre. Expect surprises … and a great night out with two amazing musical minds.
Justin Brown, Conductor // Edgar Meyer, Double Bass
Alys Stephens Center // Jemison Concert Hall // Map & Directions
The Wells Fargo Classical EDGE
Thursday, January 12, 2012 | 8 p.m.
Fawzi Haimor, Conductor
Béla Fleck, Banjo
PUTS River’s Rush
O’CONNOR Appalachia Waltz
FLECK Banjo Concerto
Alys Stephens Center | Jemison Concert Hall | Map & Directions
From Carnegie Hall to Bonnaroo, Fleck has brought his signature banjo style to every type of music — and every type of music lover — and mastered all of them. He’ll appear with the ASO in another high-energy, boundary-blurring night from our Wells Fargo Classical EDGE series. Come join the party.
Alabama Symphony Orchestra presents: Wells Fargo Classical EDGE
Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011 | 8 p.m.
Steve Hackman, Conductor
Daniel Szasz, Violin
Michael Fernandez, Viola
Warren Samples, Cello
Alys Stephens Center | Jemison Concert Hall | Map & Directions | Buy Tickets
Alabama Symphony Orchestra | 205.975.2787 | alabamasymphony.org
The worlds of rock, electronica and classical all fuse together into one incredible night of music, featuring Doghouse, a new piece for string trio and orchestra composed by Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, and exploring the sonic influence of rock on the orchestra with Philip Glass’ Symphony No. 4 (inspired by David Bowie) and an orchestral tribute to Radiohead.
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Watch Justin Brown discuss Doghouse and the story behind The Classical EDGE.
JOSHUA REDMAN plays DORMAN
Thursday, October 28th
Alys Stephens Center | alabamasymphony.org