Acadiana Symphony Orchestra & Conservatory of Music
The Acadiana Symphony Orchestra is one of only two in the United States that is associated with a Conservatory of Music. This unique partnership sets ASO apart from other symphony organizations in the country. The mission of the ASO, and its Conservatory is unified in order to achieve a cohesive approach in the development of high quality performances and educational programs.Sign up for our newsletter
Bernstein's Psalms and Einstein's FavoritesMarch 31, 2017, 7 PM
St. John's Cathedral
UL Lafayette Chorale and UL Lafayette Chamber Singers directed by William Plummer
The most eclectic minds collide! Einstein, a passionate lover of classical music and amateur violinist, loved Mozart.
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Architects of Sound
Sunday, May 5, 2017
Acadiana Center for the Arts @ 3PM
The Big Four--- music by the greatest composers of all time, laying the foundation and forming the structure for what we know as the modern symphony today, performed by leading American pianist, James Dick and the ASO string quartet.
Mad Hatter's Luncheon & Style Show
A Symphony of Spring Fashions with Silent & Live Auction
Monday, March 27, 2017
The Double Tree by Hilton @ 10:30AM
This fun luncheon, presented by ASWL, includes a style show, a hat contest, and many surprises along the way. Hats are optional but highly encouraged.
Register for Music Lessons
Now Registering ONLINE for Spring 2017!
We offer individual and group music lessons for children, teens, and adults at every skill level. Piano, violin, guitar, and voice are among our most popular offerings, but you can also learn to play trumpet, flute, percussion, Cajun accordion, and more. Register online today!