A group for LGBTQ+ & friends to socialize and experience the artistic mastery of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
IN UNISON was founded to celebrate and engage the richly diverse community of our city, bringing people together in harmony by providing equitable opportunities for all, including LGBTQ+ people and their allies. The ASO strives to strengthen the programmatic commitment to the LGBTQ+ community by including artistic offerings comprised of musicians, composers, conductors, vocalists, and presenters from underrepresented communities. It is the mission of IN UNISON to promote an inclusive culture where everyone feels welcomed, valued, and respected; and to connect with one another through our love of classical music.
For just $200 per person, patrons enjoy premium seating and exclusive benefits.
- Four exclusive IN UNISON events paired with ASO concerts. Food, drink and concert ticket included.
- Four additional complimentary tickets to select Delta Classical Series concerts.
- 20% discount on additional select Delta Classical performances.
- Complimentary access to the 2023/24 Behind the Curtain virtual concert series.
- Pre-sale access to Symphony Hall Live, outdoor and special concerts.
Purchase Membership Purchase Single Events
Subject to availability. After you purchase the membership using the button link above, you will then be able to log into your account and select your seats to specific IN UNISON concerts.
How to redeem all IN UNISON tickets:
- Log into your ASO account by visiting: www.aso.org/MyAccount
- If this is your first time logging in, use your email address associated with your Ticketmaster account and select "forgot password."
- Once logged into on the landing page, select either "Event RSVP" or "Redeem Tickets"
- Event RSVP - for all available IN UNISON concerts + events listed below.
- Redeem Tickets - for up to four (4) complimentary tickets* that come as a member perk. You may use these as additional concerts to attend, separate from IN UNISON concerts or use these tickets to bring new friends to join you for the concert + event experience. *Excludes Premium concerts and Specials
Can I RSVP for all concerts after I purchase my membership?
Certainly. After you purchase your membership for the upcoming season, you will be able to log into Account Manager and find all the IN UNISON concerts + events for the season. You may RSVP and secure your seats for any or all of the upcoming concerts at that time.
Can I bring a friend who isn't yet an IN UNISON member?
Of course! We encourage all members to bring new friends into Symphony Hall to experience the ASO and learn more about IN UNISON. You may purchase a single concert event or utilize one of your four (4) member comp tickets.
Can I come to an IN UNISON event if I already purchased ticket to the concert?
Yes, we encourage any patrons who want to learn about IN UNISON to join us for an event. Please call our ASO box office at 404-733-4800 to RSVP.
Will I receive reminders about upcoming events?
Yes. We will send an email to all IN UNISON members the week of an upcoming concert to remind them to RSVP for the next event. Additional information regarding event location, details and time as well as concert program information will be provided in our Know Before You Go communications two days prior to the concert.
What happens if I can't make an IN UNISON event but have already purchased the membership?
Just give us a call at the ASO box office at 404-733-4800 and we will assist with an exchange into a different Delta Classical Series concert that works best for you.
2023/24 Season Events
Thursday, November 30, 2023, at 8pm
As a veteran Hollywood bassoonist, guest conductor Anthony Parnther has played on many of the Star Wars soundtracks. He comes to Atlanta to conduct a bassoon concerto by film legend John Williams (Star Wars, Harry Potter).
Saturday, May 18, 2024, at 8pm
Much has been written about the riot that disrupted the 1913 world premiere of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring. What incited such a reaction? Was it the music or the choreography? Was it the subject matter (human sacrifice), or was it personal? No one knows for sure, but by 1940, Walt Disney saw fit to include the piece in his feature film Fantasia.