Please respond by January 26thth!

On February 1st, Buckhead Rotarians and guests are invited to an evening delivering an acoustic riot of color conjured by the musicians of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

We will begin with a reception, starting at 6:30pm in the Carr Room on the main floor of the Woodruff Arts Center with hors d’ouvres and an Open Bar.

We’ll then move into Symphony Hall for the concert, which will begin at 8:00pm.

For this performance, the "fiery young sensation" (ArtsATL) Gemma New returns as guest conductor for Gustav Holst’s off-world delight The Planets. Based on astrology, this irresistible concert suite enchanted audiences at its 1918 debut and has inspired spin-offs ever since, from church singing to Star Wars. Also, on the concert, planet Earth makes a dazzling appearance alongside the ASO percussion section in Salina Fisher’s beautifully atmospheric opener Rainphase. And Adam Schoenberg makes a plea for planetary healing in his 2019 piece Losing Earth, which explores the world’s oldest musical instruments (after the voice) with ASO Principal Percussionist Joseph Petrasek.

To join us for this concert, use the link below, which includes the special code for the club’s heavily discounted rate. You will be taken to a seat map on which you can select any available Main Orchestra seats for this concert and make payment by credit card. The cost is $65 per person, and this includes the reception with open bar and hors d’ouvres.

The deadline for ticket purchases is Friday, January 26th.

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