Thru Friday, November 27  | Virtual Concert | On Demand

All good things come in threes! Your Austin Symphony Orchestra welcomes back crowd-favorite pianist Antol Nel to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in a new performance titled Rule of Three. By enjoying this virtually, all attendees will get the chance to watch up-close the mastery behind his playing. The evening opens with Giovanni Gabrieli’s Sonata pian’ e forte, written during the Renaissance period, and ends with Mahler's Symphony No. 4 in G Major. Mahler completes this triad of blockbuster compositions! 


GIOVANNI GABRIELI: Sonata pian’ e forte
LUDWIG van BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-Flat Major, Op. 19
GUSTAV MAHLER: Symphony No. 4 in G Major


Click on the video below to watch a preview video from ASO Music Director, Peter Bay. 


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Event Details

Ticket Information

  • Cost: $50.00 per household

Presenter Details

  • Name: Austin Symphony Orchestra
  • Founded in 1911, the Austin Symphony Orchestra is Austin’s oldest performing arts group. The ASO offers a complete season of musical and educational programming. Masterworks concerts include a series of eight concert pairs running monthly September through May in the state-of-the-art Joe R. & Teresa Lozano Long Center for the Performing Arts. Our season also features the Sarah & Ernest Butler Pops Series: October & February Pops at the Long Center and December & June Pops at Palmer Events Center. Programming for the entire family includes the Halloween Children’s Concert, and the Christmas in the Community, as well as the popular James C. Armstrong Youth Educations Programs, which include Children’s Day Art ParkYoung People’s ConcertsHigh School Concert Tour and a variety of other school programs.

    Acknowledging that there is no way to be certain that large concert halls will be safe by fall for patrons, musicians and staff, the Austin Symphony announced that its concerts now scheduled from September though December will be presented virtually.

    Some concerts — such as Handel’s ‘Messiah’ and other big pieces — have been moved to January and beyond. Meanwhile, starting at the end of December, audience members will have the options of returning to the Long Center for the Performing Arts or continuing with online performances.