The Alabama Symphony Orchestra adds #TunefulTuesday to its spring programming
Published: February 5, 2021
The Alabama Symphony Orchestra recently announced a stunning addition to its virtual offerings with the revival of their #TunefulTuesday series. The events are FREE.
This weekly program features members of the Orchestra performing from their respective homes, or together in carefully arranged and socially distanced ensembles. The Orchestra is grateful to partner with PNC to make this digital project possible.
In the spring of 2020, as patrons were unable to gather in the concert hall, ASO musicians brought the music of The Beatles, Bach, John Prine, Mozart, and more to homes across Alabama! Now they are back with a new edition of #TunefulTuesday airing each week on the organization’s social media pages, website, and email. Each performance offers audience members an intimate virtual concert that is sure to lift their spirits as our community continues to practice social distancing.
The first new installment of #TunefulTuesday showcases 20 ASO Musicians performing Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings in C minor. Through the sweeping melodies of this string ensemble and other performances in the coming months, the Orchestra hopes that the power of music will bring light to music lovers everywhere.
The ASO is thrilled to offer #TunefulTuesday as one part of its virtual offerings for 20/21. Through this digital programming, the Orchestra aims to continue engaging with the community while audiences are unable to gather in the concert hall. For more information on how you can gain access to this series visit alsymphony.org/TunefulTuesday.