Adrian Symphony Orchestra concludes ‘extraordinary’ season

To the Editor,As our 2013-2014 season comes to a close, we would like to take this opportunity to once again thank all of our supporters who have made a difference this year through charitable donations, ticket purchases, corporate sponsorships, program advertising and volunteer time. You understand the importance of music in making our community a vibrant place to live and work. Your support creates meaningful experiences for the young and old. This has been an extraordinary season for the ASO. From Classical to Pops Concerts, Family Discovery to Young People’s Concerts, the ASO continued to delight audiences with live performances from world-renowned guest artists bringing their talents to your local stage. Whether it was the opening notes of Leah Crocetto’s moving performance in September or the swinging sounds of the Andrews Sisters, this season was filled with amazing artistry and stirring musical moments that made new memories for everyone who enjoyed them. Every gift helps! If you have been considering making a gift or increasing your gift to the ASO, now is a great time to do it. Tax-deductible donations made today help us to end the season on a solid beat and assist us as we plan and prepare for the next season. You can help us today by making a secure online donation by visiting our website at and clicking on the donate button. Donations can also be sent by mail to ASO, 110 South Madison, Adrian, MI 49221. Thank you for your loyal support during our 2013-2014 season. We look forward to seeing you again in September!ASO musicians, music director, board and staffAdrian

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