The concerts are on the next three Thursdays – 16th, 23rd and 30th – at Pier 3, Greenway Terrace, and chairs are provided so you can enjoy both the music and the sunset in comfort.
The music begins at 6pm.
All concerts are performed and curated by ASO members and include a range from Baroque to Classical, Contemporary, and Jazz as the sun sets over the New York City skyline. It’s a mix that includes Puccini and Duke Ellington.
Advanced reservation encouraged. LINK.
Walk-ups will be accommodated as space allows. Find safety protocols and guidelines for Brooklyn Bridge Park here.
For more information, visit brooklynbridgepark.org.
Thursday, September 16 at 6pm
A string quartet of ASO musicians underscores the Orchestra’s current journey of renewal and reawakening with pieces by all-American composers including Gabriela Lena Frank, George Walker, Carlos Simon and Duke Ellington.
Thursday, September 23 at 6pm
About the American Symphony Orchestra
Now in its 60th season, the American Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1962 by Leopold Stokowski, with the mission of providing music within the means of everyone. Music Director Leon Botstein expanded that mission when he joined the ASO in 1992, creating thematic concerts that explore music from the perspective of the visual arts, literature, religion, and history, and reviving rarely performed works that audiences would otherwise never have a chance to hear performed live.
Weekly on Thursday @ 6:00 pm-8:00 pm (September 16, 2021 - September 30, 2021)