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Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely! There are no barriers to attending our concerts. Our main auditorium is disability-accessible, and the diversity of the music ensures that there is something for every taste. We’ve got jazz, pops, holiday programs and of course our classical series. If you have a special need, we can probably find a way to meet it. Just let us know.
You can call the office at (517) 264-3121, order online, or purchase tickets in person either at our office in Mahan Hall at Adrian College or at the Box Office on the day of the concert. The Box Office is open 1 hour prior to the concert. Tickets will be mailed to you or can be held for you in Will Call at the concert venue.
When purchasing tickets, you have the option to choose your seat from those still available at the time of purchase. For subscribers, your seats can be retained if your order is placed before the subscription deadline. After the deadline has passed, unpurchased seats are released to the general public. For more help, call Sharon at (517) 264-3121.
A typical concert will be divided into two halves of 30 to 40 minutes each with a 10-20 minute intermission.
If you look throughout this website, you’ll see people dressed in a wide variety of clothing. Wear what makes you feel comfortable.
No musician objects to applause, but there ARE some practices that have developed over the years. They are really quite simple. If it is a single-movement work, like an overture, applaud at the end. If there are several pieces played in a series, like a concerto or a symphony, applaud after the last movement. Don’t let this concern keep you out of the hall — if in doubt, applaud with everyone else. You can’t be wrong!
Arrive a few minutes early, so you can find your seat. Turn off your cell-phone. Relax and have a good time! If you have a question or need, find an usher or an ASO staff member. We’ll try to help!
Write us at info@adriansymphony.org or call (517) 264-3121. We’ll do our best to help.