Ring in the New Year with music + champagne at this Alabama Symphony Orchestra concert Dec. 31

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Ring in the new year with complimentary champagne. Photo via Alabama Symphony Orchestra

Want to take your New Year’s Eve from blah to ta-dah? Ring in 2022 with beautiful music and champagne with the Alabama Symphony Orchestra during Cheers! The New Year’s Eve Concert on December 31 at 6PM in Alys Stephens Center’s Jemison Concert Hall. Tickets on sale now.

Event Details

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Ring in the new year with ASO. Photo via Alabama Symphony Orchestra

What: Cheers! The New Year’s Eve Concert with ASO
When:
December 31 | 6PM
Where: Alys Stephens Center’s Jemison Concert Hall, 1200 10th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35294
Price: $20+
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What to Expect

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Bringing orchestra music to life. Photo via Alabama Symphony Orchestra

If you’ve never been to an ASO concert, you’re in for a treat during Cheers! The New Year’s Eve Concert on December 31 at 6PM. This annual concert filled with holiday favorites features a stunning repertoire that will make you want to get up to dance and sway in the aisles—but maybe save dancing for when you get home!

During the concert, ASO’s Music Director Carlos Izcaray takes to the podium to lead ASO’s talented musicians in a variety of dance-inspired works from around the globe—each hand-selected special by Izcaray. You’ll hear a familiar selection of Johann Strauss II along with 19th century Viennese symphonic music like waltzes, polkas and quadrilles (square dances).

Bonus: there will be champagne, so you can toast to the New Years in style. 🥂Plus, the concert ends early enough so you can still enjoy a night on the town afterwards.

“Anybody who grows up all their life in orchestral culture knows that tradition plays an important part of what we do. I really look forward to performing that marvelous repertoire with our world class orchestra. I’m equally excited about bringing dance repertoire from other parts of the globe. We citizens of the New World also know how to make an orchestra dance and cheer!”

Carlos Izcaray, Music Director, Alabama Symphony Orchestra

About ASO

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Have you seen an Alabama Symphony Orchestra performance? Photo via Alabama Symphony Orchestra

If you follow Bham Now, you know we love ASO. Here are a few reasons you should, too:

  • ASO performs 100 concerts annually—many for the Greater Birmingham Area. 
  • ASO plays a variety of classical and popular music, as well as hosts performances by some of the finest guest artists in the world. 
  • The ASO features 53 talented musicians who are classically trained in their respective instruments.

Are you ready to ring in the new year with ASO? Purchase your tickets now to Cheers! The New Year’s Eve Concert on December 28 at 6PM at Alys Stephens Center’s Jemison Concert Hall.

For more performances with ASO, visit their website and follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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