Jazz guitarist and bandleader John Pizzarelli and special guest (and John's wife!) Jessica Molaskey join the ASO in an evening of love songs and duets to put you in the mood this Valentine's weekend.
The Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto maintains its status as one of the most beautiful, thrilling and beloved works in the repertoire.
Pianist Peter Serkin performs Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1, and the Orchestra plays Mark Grey's "Frankenstein Symphony" based upon the novel by Mary Shelley.
ASO Concertmaster David Coucheron is featured in an Everest of the Violin Concerto repertoire – Brahms’ violin concerto.
Featuring David Coucheron performing Brahms' Violin Concerto. All tickets $25
Jazz guitarist and bandleader John Pizzarelli joins the ASO in an evening of love songs and duets. Special guest (and John’s wife!) Jessica Molaskey joins him to put you in the mood this Valentine’s weekend! This will be a romantic evening you won’t want to miss.
Stories of young love abound during Valentine's Day. Celebrate some of the greatest young romances in classical music as told through whimsical and romantic selections from Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet, Bizet's Carmen and Puccini's La bohème, among others.
Petrushka is the tale of a puppet who after being murdered by his rival, returns to haunt his master.
Travis Tritt will perform a rare & intimate solo acoustic act at Atlanta Symphony Hall on February 19, 2016.
Conductor Cristian Măcelaru leads the ASO in an evening of works from Russian composers.
The Frankenstein Symphony features music from American composer Mark Grey’s full-length opera, based upon the novel by Mary Shelley. Brahms’ First Piano Concerto is based off of his first attempt at a symphony, at the behest of his mentor Robert Schumann.
Bass Morris Robinson, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's 2015-16 Artist-in-Residence, presents a FREE recital of his favorite works in collaboration with the Morehouse Glee Club.
This program introduces a variety of contrasting musical elements with storytelling which are brilliantly interwoven to create a unique, interactive musical journey.
David Cross is bringing his comedic act to Atlanta Symphony Hall on February 28, 2016.
February 12, 13, and 14
An evening of love songs and duets with jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli, his wife Jessica Molaskey, and the Orchestra.
Make it a date night with these great dinner and concert packages.
February 18 & 20, 8pm
The Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto is one of the most thrilling and beloved works in the repertoire.
87-year-old double bass player Jane Little is striking a chord with officials at Guinness World Records.
An innovative collaboration to engage metro Atlanta teenagers as active participants in the arts.
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