Category: ACO News

Keeping You Healthy!

As a valued supporter of Austin Civic Orchestra, your health and safety, along with the health and safety of our community and musicians, is of utmost importance. To that end, we have made the decision to cancel the remainder of … Continue reading

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Mahler’s Fourth Symphony

Written By: Gus Sterneman Here’s a picture of the Wiener Staatsoper (Vienna State Opera House), where Mahler was principle conductor when he wrote the Fourth Symphony. “It [the fourth] is basically different from my other symphonies. But it must be … Continue reading

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Student Opportunity: Amster Chamber Music Program

The following post is written by Education Director and Amster Coordinator Amy Crandell. The Austin Civic Orchestra is pleased to announce its Fourth Annual Pearl Amster Chamber Music Program, which highlights chamber music and in-residence experiences for deserving young musicians … Continue reading

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Spotlight: Amster Chamber Music Ensemble

After three months of rigorous preparation, this year’s Amster Chamber Music Ensemble comprised of four talented high school string players is ready to perform at the Austin Civic Orchestra’s Texas Rising Stars concert on March 26 at Bates Recital Hall. … Continue reading

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Goodbye 2018, You Were Grand!

In 2018, Austin Civic Orchestra members delighted in bringing high-quality music to the community, from pieces by American artists to new compositions to renowned masterworks. As we get ready to ring in 2019, let’s celebrate some of the highlights of … Continue reading

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