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Explore Robinson Center with SHARP- Arkansas Symphony’s Young Professionals

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Robinson IntermissionThis Wednesday at 5:30pm (November 16), the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra’s young professionals (also known as SHARP) will be exploring the ASO’s new performance space when they tour Robinson Center.

This sneak-peek party will include a tour, as well as live entertainment, hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and the opportunity to sit-in as the orchestra rehearses for their first concert in Robinson in over two years. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the door

SHARP is a group of young professionals enjoying contemporary social experiences that provide networking opportunities, enlightening programs, and community connection while promoting audience growth and sustainability for the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. SHARP membership includes a free ticket (upon request) to all ASO subscription concerts along with special social events,  and volunteer opportunities.

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Author: Scott

A cultural thinker with a life long interest in the arts and humanities: theatre, music, architecture, photography, history, urban planning, etc.

One thought on “Explore Robinson Center with SHARP- Arkansas Symphony’s Young Professionals

  1. I hope that ‘The Powers That Be’ in charge of the lesser details of Robinson Auditorium will re-install those magnificent, vibrant paintings of roses that used to hang in the Main Entry area. They were stunningly beautiful and showcased the area perfectly. These paintings were outstanding in size, design and execution. The choice of flower — ROSES — were also appropiate since the city was once known for the line: ‘THE CITY OF ROSES.’ Make some magic, Culture Vulture, and perhaps YOU can influence their re-installation in the renewed structure.