Concert Calendar, January 22-31

Friday, January 22

  • Bang on a Can All Stars and percussionist Glenn Kotche perform at Emory University's Schwartz Center in Atlanta.
  • Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats are at Georgia Southern University.
  • National touring production of Camelot opens at Macon's Grand Opera House. Repeats Saturday.
  • Jean-Yves Thibaudet plays Khatchaturian with the Atlanta Symphony and Robert Spano conducts Sibelius's First Symphony and Finlandia. Symphony Hall, Atlanta. Repeats Saturday.
Saturday, January 23
  • Shizuo Kuwahara leads Symphony Orchestra Augusta in Bruckner's Fourth Symphony and Saint-Saens's Cello Concerto No. 1 with Yanghee Lee as soloist. Ms. Lee has been principal cellist in Augusta but is taking a job with the Bamberg Symphony in Germany; this is her last appearance with SOA.
  • The New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players present G&S's Pirates of Penzance at the Ferst Center for the Arts, Georgia Tech campus, Atlanta.
  • Political comedy troupe the Capitol Steps are at Atlanta's Rialto Center.
  • Organist Gunnar Idenstam performs at Spivey Hall, Clayton State campus, Morrow.
  • Pianist and composer Joe Chapman gievs a free concert in Hoag Auditorium, North Georgia College and State University, Dahlonega, to mark the bicentennial of Chopin and Schumann's births.
Sunday, January 24
Tuesday, January 26
  • Music in a pub: the Atlanta Chamber Players play music of Bach and Carter and present a staged performance of Stravinsky's A Soldier's Tale with actors and dancers at the New American Shakespeare Tavern, Atlanta.
Thursday, January 28
  • Guest trumpeter Robert Sullivan joins the Columbus State University Wind Ensemble and conductor Robert Rumbelow in a free concert, RiverCenter, Columbus.
  • Air Force Reserve Concert Band is at Georgia Southern University.
  • The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performs Stravinsky's Rite of Spring, Vaughan Williams' Tallis Fantasia and music of Golijov. Repeats Friday and Saturday.
Saturday, January 30
Sunday, January 31