May 22, 2021 • The Woodruff Arts Center

Event Starts: 7:00PM

Doors Open: 5:30PM

 

The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Septet with Wynton Marsalis performs The Democracy! Suite in Atlanta Symphony Hall.

 

  • Great care will be made to follow social distancing and safety protocols.
  • A post-concert reception in the open-air Woodruff Arts Center Piazza and convenient on-site parking will be included in your ticket.


We graciously request your help in supporting our unique collaboration with Wynton Marsalis and the ASO’s Talent Development Program to promote Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and in the world of classical music.

The value of goods and services in exchange for your contribution is $75 per ticket.

Tickets must be reserved by Monday, May 17.

"Music can teach you how to be a better citizen in the world;
to be better to yourself, and how to expand your world view,
in a world that is expanding all the time…"

Wynton Marsalis
Ebony Magazine • September 4, 2012

Wynton Marsalis

Internationally acclaimed musician, composer and bandleader.

An educator and a leading advocate of American culture, Marsalis has created and performed an expansive range of music from quartets to big bands, chamber music ensembles to symphony orchestras and tap dance to ballet, expanding the vocabulary for jazz and classical music with a vital body of work that places him among the world’s finest musicians and composers.

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The Democracy! Suite

Composed by Marsalis in 2020 during the COVID-19 crisis as a response to the political, social and economic struggles facing our nation.
 

The Democracy! Suite is a swinging and stimulating instrumental rumination on both the issues that have recently dominated our lives, as well as the beauty that could emerge from a collective effort to create a better future.

 

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ASO's Talent Development Program

Founded over 25 years ago by a group of volunteers led by Azira G. Hill, wife of Civil Rights icon Jesse Hill.

 

The ASO’s Talent Development Program has provided exceptionally gifted Black and Latinx young musicians the top-level professional training they need to succeed in the competitive world of classical music—and in life.

 

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