ASOL

AcronymDefinition
ASOLAligned Standards of Learning (education; Virginia)
ASOLAmerican Symphony Orchestra League (now League of American Orchestras)
ASOLAnti Student Organisation Legislation (Australia)
ASOLArabic for Speakers of Other Languages
ASOLAmerican Society of Logisticians
ASOLAnnual Survey of the Law
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More than 20 years later, Smith and Murphy (1984) surveyed six American Symphony Orchestra League (ASOL) symphony orchestras, focusing on their perceived criteria of career success.
Assistance in enumerating the population of orchestras and in gaining access to those selected for the research was provided by the American Federation of Musicians (AFM), the American Symphony Orchestra League (ASOL), the Arts Council of Great Britain (ACGB), the European Conference of Symphony Orchestras (ECSO), the International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians (ICSOM), and the Regional Orchestra Players Association (ROPA).
As head of the ASOL, Fogel said, he's visited 99 orchestras and heard them play in the last three years, racking up more than 100,000 frequent flier miles on United alone in the process.