The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is partnering with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra to bring incredible musical enrichment opportunities to the UA Little Rock community.
UA Little Rock is the presenting sponsor of Arkansas Symphony Orchestra’s “Music City Hit-Makers” concert, which will be held Feb. 10-11 at the Robinson Performance Hall in downtown Little Rock.
UA Little Rock students, faculty, and staff can attend the “Music City Hit-Makers” concert for free. The concert brings together three of Nashville’s elite singer/songwriters – Chris DeStefano, Marcus Hummon, and Rivers Rutherford – to perform alongside the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra and to share the stories behind some of the biggest hits they’ve written for performers like Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood, Blake Shelton, and Lady Antebellum.
Reserve your tickets by calling the box office, 501-666-1761 ext. 100 or by reservingonline and using the code “TROJAN” to reserve your ticket. Guest tickets for this concert will be $10. The Saturday, Feb. 10, performance starts at 7:30 p.m., and the Sunday, Feb. 11, performance is at 3 p.m.
In addition to the “Music City Hit-Makers” concert, UA Little Rock students and employees can purchase Masterworks and Pops Concert tickets and guest tickets for the rest of the season for the discounted rate of $10 by using the code “TROJAN.” Children under 18 can attend all of the Sunday concerts free of charge.
This concert is part of UA Little Rock’s partnership with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. With this partnership, ASO and UA Little Rock hope to give members of the community a chance to connect, enrich, inspire, and advance Arkansas through the power of music.
About Arkansas Symphony Orchestra
The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 51st season in 2017-2018, under the leadership of Music Director Philip Mann. ASO is the resident orchestra of Robinson Center Music Hall, to which the ASO returned in November of 2016 after a two-year renovation of the historic structure. ASO performs more than 60 concerts each year for more than 165,000 people through its Stella Boyle Smith Masterworks Series, ACXIOM Pops LIVE! Series, River Rhapsodies Chamber Music Series, and Intimate Neighborhood Concerts. It also performs numerous concerts around the state, in addition to serving central Arkansas through numerous community outreach programs and bringing live symphonic music education to over 26,000 school children and over 200 schools. For more information about the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, visitwww.arkansassymphony.org.