A2SO Opening Night

. August 31, 2018.
Aaron Diehl

Spend a night at the symphony for the premiere of a newly commissioned piece, Ann Arbor Saturday, by William Bolcom along with two of Gershwin’s most renowned works, Rhapsody in Blue and I Got Rhythm, and Dvorák’s New World Symphony. The concert will feature critically acclaimed pianist Aaron Diehl (above) who, at the age of 32, has established himself as a prominent interpreter of the Great American Songbook. Visual artist Adrian Wyard will make the evening truly special as he presents a breathtaking visual film choreography to the New World Symphony.

Saturday, Sept. 15 | 8-10pm
Hill Auditorium | 825 N. University Ave.
734-764-8350 | A2so.com

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