The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has some wonderful productions for the Holiday Season that you don’t want to miss at the Woodruff Arts Center. Music Director Robert Spano has directed and inspired the Atlanta Symphony for the past 12 years. He has a discography with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra of nine recordings, six of which have been honored with GRAMMY awards. Starting on November 29th and 30th, 2013 with Cirque de la Symphonie. You will be amazed at the high flying aerialists, daredevil cyclist all performing feats of wonder and performed with the Atlanta Symphony under the watchful eye of Principal Pops Conductor, Michael Krajawski.
On December 5th and 7th, 2013 the Atlanta Symphony presents their acclaimed interpretation of Handal’s Messiah. This is always an Atlanta favorite! If you still are having trouble getting in the mood for the holidays head over to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s Gospel Christmas on December 8th. The Atlanta Gospel Singers will lift your spirits with their selection of traditional and modern selections.
Christmas with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra captures the holiday spirit in The Greatest Story Ever Told with over 400 musicians including Morehouse College Glee Club, Gwinett Young Singers, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Choir on December 13th and 14th, 2013. A Very Merry Holiday Pops is an annual tradition showcasing the orchestra in a anything goes variety show with a jitterbugging Santa, drumline and youth chorus on December 19th, 20th and 21st, 2013.
The Celtic Women, Home for the Holidays is back on December 22nd for one performance only. The world’s most popular vocal group will perform songs from their chart-topping Christmas albumns and new material with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. This show sells out in record time, so order your tickets now.
Ring in an Atlanta New Years with the ASO New Year’s Eve Concert and Guest Conductor Jack Everly as they present the musical lyrics of George and Ira Gershwin. Ed and I always enjoy the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, New Years Concerts at the Woodruff Arts Center and best of all it is just a short stroll from our Atlanta Bed and Breakfast.