Symphony in the Sky has returned to Lafayette for the fourth year after being canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic. The Acadiana Symphony Orchestra hosted the annual performance at the top of the Vermilion Street parking garage Tuesday night. The performance offered a unique performance of popular music, while attendees enjoyed good food and a great view of the city's downtown area at the same time. It also serves as a major fundraiser for the symphony.
LAFAYETTE, La (KLFY) - Symphony in the Sky is back! After putting off the event due to the pandemic, the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra is bringing back one of Acadiana's favorite live performances to Downtown Lafayette. So, whether you're a 'son of a preacher man', feeling 'like a natural woman', or somewhere in between - you're gonna LOVE this year's Symphony in the Sky, honoring Aretha Franklin. The night will include sunset cocktails, pre party music provided by DJ Digital, and tacos from Tula Taco. Proceeds benefit ASO's music education programs.
After several months of postponed or canceled events, it's great to have live music back. Especially when the event is held in a VERY COOL venue! Symphony in the Sky is back LIVE from the rooftop of the Vermilion Street parking garage, Downtown Lafayette, Tuesday, Oct. 26. It's an evening of music, city views and food to support the Acadiana Symphony Orchestra's music education programs.
The Acadiana Symphony Orchestra is holding its 2nd concert of the 37th season Friday, October 8, 2021. The title of this season is LIVE With the Symphony: The Soundtrack of Your Life, Volume 37. (It's ASO's 37th season.) The 2nd concert is titled "Track 2: Untitled", and it begins at 7 pm at Acadiana Center for the Arts in Downtown Lafayette.
Acadiana Symphony Orchestra announced the hiring of a new staff member in September, to lead the organization in achieving its marketing and communications objectives. ASO is pleased to welcome Alicia Zeringue, who will dedicate her time to promoting the symphony's performances, educational programs and special events, as well as work to enhance ASO's community presence, and bolster its longstanding reputation of inspiring culture and driving economic development through music.
The boys (and girls) are back in town! The Acadiana Symphony Orchestra will be performing its first show of the 2021 season tomorrow night, its first concert in front of a live audience in 18 months.