America is set to perform at Atlanta Symphony Hall on April 1, 2016.
Conductor Thomas Søndergård leads the Atlanta Symphony in the orchestra's final performance at Kennesaw State during the 2015-16 season.
Alexandre Tharaud plays Ravel's Concerto in D Major, a remarkable synthesis of classical and jazz elements which when played by a great virtuoso suggests of a performance by two hands.
Join us for this intimate experience with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus in Symphony Hall the first time the group is performing a purely choral (a cappella) concert in this venue. All tickets $25!
The Grieg Piano Concerto opens with one of the most famous and dramatic moments in concert music, and closes with a brilliant finale based upon the halling, a lively Norwegian folk dance.
A program of Scandinavian masterworks performed at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts in Savannah, GA.
This program introduces a variety of contrasting musical elements with storytelling which are brilliantly interwoven to create a unique, interactive musical journey.
American composer Jonathan Leshnoff’s orchestral work, Zohar, is a musical exploration of the wonders and beauties of Jewish mysticism. The German Requiem, scored for soprano and baritone solo, chorus and orchestra, contains music of unsurpassed beauty and humanity.
Kathy Griffin is bringing her Like a Boss tour to Atlanta Symphony Hall on April 15, 2016 for a night of comedic splendor.
Join us as our Talent Development Program students showcase their incredible talent.
Steve Hackett will perform at Atlanta Symphony Hall on April 17, 2016.
Mahler composed his Ninth Symphony in the wake of tragic events, and it premiered the year following Mahler's death.
Welcome To Night Vale will make a stop at Atlanta Symphony Hall on Friday, April 22nd.
A documentary film about the life and legacy of Robert Shaw, music director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, for over 20 years.
A rare opportunity to enjoy this important concert in Hodgson Hall days ahead of the New York audience.
Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra return to Carnegie Hall for the New York premiere of Jonathan Leshnoff's Zohar, and concluding with Brahms's Ein deutsches Requiem.