Tonight, April 29
- The St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre presents Giselle, 7:30 at Columbus's RiverCenter.
- The Magellan String Quartet, in residence at Georgia Southern University, presents a creatively themed lecture-concert on themes and variations, 6:30 at GSU's Assembly Hall, Continuing Education Building, Statesboro.
- April 29 and May 2 and 4, the Atlanta Opera presents Mozart's Marriage of Figaro at Atlanta's Cobb Energy Center. Times vary.
- May 1-3 the Atlanta Symphony and Chorus, led by Donald Runnicles, perform Berlioz's Requiem, plus Janacek's brassy Sinfonietta, 8 p.m. at Atlanta's Symphony Hall.
- May 2-4 the Augusta Players present The Wizard of Oz in Augusta.
Saturday, May 3
- The Macon Symphony Orchestra, with conductor Adrian Gnam and pianist Enrique Graf, perform Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 and Bruckner's Fourth Symphony, "Romantic," 7:30 at Macon's Grand Opera House.
- Guitarist Manuel Barrueco and Cuarteto Latinoamericano play at Spivey Hall, Morrow. Program includes music of Latin America and Michael Daugherty's Bay of Pigs.
- Deborah Voigt, "opera's preeminent dramatic soprano," gives a recital at Emory University's Schwartz Center in Atlanta. Rescheduled from January; new tickets required.
- The Augusta Collegium gives its spring concert, 4 p.m. at Sacred Heart Cultural Center, Augusta.
- The Masters of Percussion perform with featured guest artist Zakir Hussain, 8 p.m. at the Rialto Center in downtown Atlanta.
- The Macon Symphony gives its annual Symphony in the Park concert, Central City Park, Macon.
- Young Van Cliburn competition silver medalist Joyce Yang plays piano music by Bach, Schumann and Brahms, 3 p.m. at Spivey Hall, Morrow.
- The Atlanta Chamber Players do Debussy, Martinu and Schoenberg at Atlanta's Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, 7:30 p.m. Bring pillows for "intimate floor seating."