Join us on Thursday, November 15 at 10 a.m. for an Asheville Symphony Guild Program about what goes into marketing the Asheville Symphony.
ASO Marketing effortsFrom setting each season’s look, to video and photo shoots with the Maestro, to managing the symphony’s social media presence — learn about all the methods being used to spread the word about our amazing orchestra. Mary Ellen Dendy, contract marketing coordinator for the Asheville Symphony, shares about the marketing efforts that go into making the symphony a success.
Enjoy refreshments at 10 a.m. followed by the program. It all takes place at the Asheville Symphony Offices at 27 College Place, Suite 100, Asheville, NC 28801.
Directions: From College Street turn north on to Town Mountain Road. Just up the hill and into the curve, turn right on College Place. Go past the church to the first office building on the right. Turn right into the parking lot. The symphony offices are in the building with the Explore Asheville signage. You may park in the building’s parking lot or in the two church parking lots next to the office complex.
Pass the Hat Nov. 17
You can help support Music in the Schools!
The Guild’s annual “Pass the Hat” fundraiser will be held at the Nov. 17 Masterworks Concert. Bring you credit card, checkbook or cash to help kids learn about music!
Saturday, November 17, 2018
Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
Darko Butorac, conductor
Aaron Diehl, piano
Ellington New World A-Comin’
Gershwin Variations on “I Got Rhythm”
Gershwin An American in Paris
This program is a celebration of American composers featuring Bates, Ellingtonand Gershwin. These three share the spirit of innovation — re-imagining what orchestral music can be through their own passions and experiences. Aaron Diehl, a classically trained pianist and composer and a staple of the New York jazz scene, joins the orchestra for Gershwin’s Variations on “I Got Rhythm” and Ellington’s New World A-Comin.’