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34th Concert Individual TicketsLocation: Only for AcA and St. John's CathedralChoose your ConcertHave you attended one of our concerts before? If so how many.$37.50
Individual Tickets to all Heymann performances are only available on TicketMaster.com
or at the Heymann Box Office (M-F from 10AM-4PM)
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2019 | ACA | 3PM (SOLD OUT) & 7PM
ASO Chamber Orchestra in romantic repertoire to warm everyone's heart. Selections including Four Seasons by Vivaldi and Four Seasons in Buenos Aires by Piazzolla, plus special arrangements of music by U2, Bob Dylan and Adele. Ireland native, Gregory Harrington, violin soloist.
OUT OF THIS WORLD
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 2019 | HEYMANN | 7PM
Selections include otherworldly "Jupiter" by W.A. Mozart and G. Holst, movie score from E.T. (Extraterrestrial) by J. Williams and "out of the classical charts" most famous P. Tchaikovsky's piano concerto. Featuring guest pianist Xiaohui Yang, Gold Medal Winner of 2016 International New Orleans Piano Competition.
HEART AND SOUL
FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 2019 | ST. JOHN'S CATHEDRAL | 7PM
Music for the heart and soul during the season of Lent in the beautiful setting of St. John's Cathedral. Selections include J. Haydn's Symphony Mourning - one of the composer's most emotional and spiritual of all his symphonies as well as American premier of Stabat Mater by young dynamic Portuguese composer Carlos Garcia. Collaboration with Choruses of University of Louisiana.
SEASON FINALE | MUSIC & FAITH
W/ LAUREN DAIGLE
FRIDAY, JULY 5, 2019 | HEYMANN | 7PM
A Season Finale like no other! Proudly featuring wold-wide acclaimed singer and songwriter, Lafayette's own Lauren Daigle, presenting for the first time ever, her most popular songs in symphonic settings.
Discounted individual tickets for students, faculty, veterans, and first responders,
or group rates (10 or more tickets) are only sold at the ASO office
412 Travis Street Lafayette, LA 70503
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All tickets are non-refundable