Free Live Orchestral Concert in Piedmont Park
Led by Assistant Conductor Joseph Young, the evening will feature an array of music from Rossini's Overture to Il Barbiere di Siviglia to Beethoven's Fifth Symphony and even a little James Brown, as can only be performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra! Bass Trombone Brian Hecht will also make his solo debut performing a Concerto from Chris Brubeck.
The concert will return to Oak Hill at Piedmont Park – located in the southwest corner of the park. The Orchestra's history at Piedmont Park dates back to its initial performances in 1976 with Robert Shaw. Since then, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has performed more than 100 concerts in the park, delighting Atlantans with free live symphonic music.
Admission is FREE to the general public and no tickets are required.
Important Concert Information
• Seating with a direct view of the stage is not guaranteed. Patrons are encouraged to arrive early, as seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Concert begins at 7:30 p.m.
• The performance will take place on Piedmont Park’s Oak Hill, located in the southwest corner of the park.
• There is limited parking at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens Parking Facility, adjacent to Piedmont Park. Patrons are encouraged to carpool, ride MARTA (Midtown N4 Station is closest), walk or bike to the event.
• Patrons may bring outside food and beverages into the concert area; however grills, glass containers and alcohol are not permitted.
• Pets are not permitted at this event. However, the Piedmont Park Dog Park will be open.