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620 Greensboro Avenue
Tuscaloosa, AL, 35401
United States

(205) 752-5515

The mission of the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra is to foster and encourage the appreciation of music through live concert performances and educational programs that are diverse, enriching and of the highest quality.

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2018-2019 Season

The Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra presents our 2018-2019 Malice and Majesty: A season of program carefully crafted to free your mind from the four walls of today. In addition to our orchestral masterworks we will feature many master performers throughout the season in a series of collaborations that will leave you in awe.  Join us for a brilliant season of music as we celebrate some of the greatest masters of past and present!

The Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra presents our 2018-2019 Season Malice and Majesty:  A season of program carefully crafted to free your mind from the four walls of today.  Our orchestral masterworks will feature our master performers throughout the season in a series of collaborations that will leave you in awe.  Join us for a majestic season of music as we celebrate some of the greatest masters of music!

 
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into THE bEyond

MONDAY, September 17, 2018

MOODY MUSIC BUILDING CONCERT HALL, 7:00PM

Adam Flatt, Conductor

Schubert's symphony, unfinished yet perfect, inspires wonder at what is next and the unknown destination of existence. Liszt's tone poem after Lamartine starts its journey with the poet's question, "What else is our life but a series of preludes to that unknown Hymn, the first and solemn note of which is intoned by Death?" 

BEETHOVEN - Egmont Overture

MOZART - Concerto for Horn no. 4

Josh Williams, soloist

SCHUBERT - “Unfinished” Symphony

LISZT - Les Préludes


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Music and Wine Pairing Dinner with Evangeline's Restaurant

Monday, October 15, 2018

Evangeline's Restaurant, 7:00PM

Wine Pairing Dinner

Come enjoy delicious food, fine wine and beautiful music as musicians of the TSO perform and speak about all aspects of the art of classical music.  Proceeds benefit the Tuscaloosa Symphony Orchestra. 


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Malice and majesty

HUXFORD SYMPHONY AND TSO SIDE-BY-SIDE

Monday, October 22, 2018EMOODY MUSIC BUILDING vent CONCERT HALL, 7:00PM

Adam Flatt, Conductor

Blake Richardson, Conductor

Salome's Dance captures the maligancy and sensual ecstasy of Salome in a thrilling orchestral showpiece. And Janacek's glowing "Sinfonietta" amazes with its magnificent fanfares and blazing orchestral power

VERDI - Overture to La Forza del Destino

VAUGHAN-WILLIAMS - Fantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis

Blake Richardson, Conductor

 STRAUSS - Salome’s Dance (“Dance of the Seven Veils”) op. 54

JANACEK - Sinfonietta

Adam Flatt, Conductor

 

 

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A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC 

Monday, NOVEMBER 19, 2018

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 7:00PM

Chamber Orchestra

Adam Flatt, Conductor

In the serene sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church, two incomparably beautiful Mozart serenades usher in the holiday season. The richness of Mozart's writing for a large wind band in the "Gran Partita" has inspired astonished devotion comparable to the Mona Lisa and other icons in culture. In the Peter Schaffer play "Amadeus," Antonio Salieri, hearing the "Gran Partita" for the first time famously cries, "Filled with such longing, such unfulfillable longing. It seemed to me that I was hearing the voice of God.”

MOZART-  Serenade no. 13 K. 525 “Eine kleine Nachtmusik”

MOZART - Serenade no. 10 K. 361 “Gran Partita” for 13 wind instruments


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home for the holidays

MONDAY, December 17, 2017

MOODY MUSIC BUILDING CONCERT HALL, 7:00PM

Adam Flatt, Conductor

Prentice Concert Chorale, Leslie Poss, Director

Alabama Choir School, Doff Procter, Artistic Director

Shelton Singers,  Dr. J.F. Mark Brown, Director

The TSO hosts the Alabama Choir School, the Shelton State Singers, and the Prentice Concert Chorale once again for a heartwarming evening of music of the season.

Cheers 'n Chat will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the lobby of Moody Concert Hall on the UA Campus.  Join us for wine and live holiday chamber music.


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HOPE AND SPLENDOR

MONDAY, February 18, 2019

MOODY MUSIC BUILDING CONCERT HALL, 7:00PM

Adam Flatt, Conductor

Rachmaninoff and Hindemith composed works of heartfelt sweep and Romantic optimism in a time when all artistic currents moved in the opposite direction. Rachmaninoff's work is epic: a deeply moving journey through stirring melody, orchestral color, and full-throttle symphonic power that culminates in a radiant, exciting finale.

HAINDEMITH - Symphonic Metamorphosis of themes of

                               Carl Maria von Weber

RACHMANINOFF - Symphony no. 2

Cheers 'n Chat will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Choral Opera Room.

 

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ANNUAL DISCOVERY DAY – STARS FELL ON ALABAMA

ANNUAL FAMILY DISCOVERY CONCERT

MONDAY, March 4, 2019

THEATRE TUSCALOOSA, 6:00PM

Adam Flatt, Conductor

Celebrate the joyful collaboration of theater and music as Theatre Tuscaloosa and the TSO join forces to educate and entertain.

Petting Zoo will begin in the lobby of Moody Concert Hall on the UA Campus at 5:00 p.m.

 

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DARK AND LIGHT

MONDAY, May 6, 2019

MOODY MUSIC BUILDING CONCERT HALL, 7:00PM

Adam Flatt, Conductor

Shostakovich takes us inside into the darkest regions of the heart, and then outside into the most garish light of day. Tchaikovky's magnificent and incandescent Violin Concerto will take flight as the season comes to a close.

STRAVINSKY Suite no. 1 for small orchestra

SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony no. 6

TCHAIKOVSKY Violin Concerto in D major

                                Jenny Gregoire, soloist

Cheers 'n Chat will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Choral Opera Room.