Questions?

WHAT VENUE SHOULD I GO TO?

Your A2SO plays at both Hill Auditorium and the Michigan Theater. Please check the ticket or event page of the concert you are attending to be sure you are headed to the correct venue.

HILL AUDITORIUM: 825 N University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109

MICHIGAN THEATER: 603 E Liberty St, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE?
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to be comfortably seated and settled in before your concert experience begins. One hour before our classical mainstage concerts, featured guests present a fun, educational, and free pre-concert talk about the evening’s program.
WHERE SHOULD I SIT?

Detailed seating charts are available to view on our venue pages: Hill Auditorium | Michigan Theater

WHERE CAN I FIND MY TICKETS AT WILL CALL?
Michigan Theater: Proceed directly into the first lobby where you will find helpful A2SO volunteers at a table with your tickets. No need to stop at the outside ticket windows.

Hill Auditorium: Will Call tables are located in the front lobby.

WHAT IF I LOSE MY TICKETS?
Call the A2SO office before the concert at (734) 994-4801 or come to the venue and ask for replacement vouchers at Will Call.
WHAT IF I SHOW UP LATE?
We try our best to accommodate unanticipated delays. You are welcome to wait in the lobby just outside the house doors until a seating break or after the first piece, at which time a helpful usher will be happy to show you to your seat.
WHAT IF I CAN'T GO TO THE CONCERT ANYMORE?

Call us at (734) 994-4801 up to 6 hours before the concert and we can exchange your tickets for another concert within the current season. You can also convert your tickets into a tax-deductible contribution to your A2SO.

HOW LONG DO CONCERTS TYPICALLY LAST?

Program length varies. Our MainStage concerts typically last a little over two hours, including one 20-minute intermission. Our family concerts typically last a little over an hour, without an intermission.

ARE THE VENUES WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?
If you need a little extra assistance we are happy to help. There is wheelchair access to both the Michigan Theater and Hill Auditorium, as well as wheelchair seating on the main floor at each of the venues. Please call for more information regarding accessible seating options. Assistive listening devices are available at the Michigan Theater and Hill Auditorium. Please ask an usher.
HOW CAN I SUPPORT MY A2SO?

Volunteer: We are always looking for volunteers like you! Click here to sign up as a volunteer. To find out more, call (734) 994-4801 or email Marissa Honig at mhonig@a2so.org.

Contribute: Your generous contributions to the A2SO are vital to make the music happen. Click here to learn about how your gift impacts music made in your community. Contributions are accepted by secure website, phone, or mail.

Pre-Concert Talks

Pre-Concert Talks are held in the auditorium from 7:00 to 7:30 PM before every Mainstage concert. Conductors, composers, and guest artists speak about that evening’s repertoire. The Pre-Concert Talk series is generously sponsored by Rehmann.

Dress Rehearsals

The A2SO welcomes our community to experience our morning dress rehearsals free of charge to educational and community groups.

Reservations are required; contact the box office to make your reservation at (734) 994-4801.

Dress Rehearsal Policy

Please treat the rehearsal as a concert. Reservations are encouraged by calling the box office by the Friday before the performance. You should arrive at the venue by 10:20 AM so that you can be seated before the rehearsal begins. Please be sure to turn off and put away cell phones and other electronic devices which could generate sound or light distractions during the rehearsal. Please remain silent during the rehearsal and leave quietly if you need to before the end. If you must leave the hall, please re-enter at appropriate breaks. The use of cameras or recording devices of any kind is prohibited. The rehearsal will last 2 ½ hours with a 15-minute break in the middle. If you bring children, please leave the auditorium if they become unable to sit quietly. Any audience member whose behavior is disruptive to the rehearsing musicians or distracting to the other audience members will be asked to leave.

Artists and programs are subject to change.

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