Select Classical Concerts around Georgia, February 28-March 9

Thursday-Saturday, February 28-March 1

  • In Atlanta's Symphony Hall: Atlanta Symphony, guest conductor Roberto Minczuk and violinist Cecylia Arzewski in Khatchaturian's Violin Concerto and Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition.
Friday, February 29
  • At First Baptist of Augusta: Augusta Symphony, conductor Donald Portnoy and pianist Valentina Lisitsa in Copland's Third Symphony and Rachmaninoff's Third Piano Concerto.
  • At Mercer University, Macon: Macon Symphony's Jazz Pops concert.
  • In Spivey Hall, Morrow: The ASO Chamber Chorus, with conductor Norman Mackenzie and organist Peter Marshall, in Britten, Bernstein, Barber and Durufle, Friday the 29th.
Through March 15
  • At the Springer Opera House in Columbus: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel.
Saturday, March 1
  • At Atlanta's St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church: New Trinity Baroque, with Bach's St. John Passion.
Sunday, March 2
Tuesday, March 4
  • In Tifton's ABAC Chapel: Broadway Night (free admission).
Thursday-Saturday, March 6-8
  • In Atlanta's Symphony Hall: The Atlanta Symphony, conductor Robert Spano and cellist Christopher Rex in Barber's Cello Concerto, Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony, and a world premiere by Gonzalo Grau.
Saturday, March 8
  • At Douglasville's Cultural Arts Center: Duo ATL (flute and guitar).
  • In Auburn's Telfair Peet Theatre: Auburn Community/University Orchestra, conductor Howard Goldstein, cellist Alexander Russakovsky, with Schumann's Cello Concerto plus Barber and Glazunov.
Sunday, March 9
  • In Albany's Lutheran Church of Our Saviour: the Albany Chorale, with Mendelssohn's Hymn of Praise (Lobgesang).
And coming up at Spivey Hall in Morrow in early March:
  • Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard, Saturday, March 1.
  • The Brentano Quartet, with Beethoven, Mendelssohn and the southeast premiere of a piece by Gabriela Frank, Saturday, March 8.
  • And pianist Imogen Cooper, making her Spivey debut, Sunday, March 9.