A Great Reason to Live in Downtown Macon

A Great Reason to Live in Downtown Macon

The Macon Symphony Orchestra has enjoyed the distinct pleasure and privilege of enriching and educating our Middle Georgia community with live professional symphonic music since 1976, and with our exciting plans for the 2013-2014 Season, we continue that tradition.

Through innovative collaborations, we will be bringing to you first-rate symphonic performances which are, above all else, meaningful to residents of the Middle Georgia community.

Read more: Reason #54: Macon Symphony Orchestra

Loaded Christmas Weekends

Fennelly: Seven loaded weekends between now and Christmas

The news that the annual Festival of Trees at the Museum of Arts and Sciences opens Wednesday and the realization that the opening of “Christmas Belles” at the Backlot Players is just a week away shout loudly that a visit from a certain jolly old elf is drawing close.

Indeed, the Macon Symphony Orchestra’s “Home for the Holidays” concert is just four weekends away. Tickets are said to be going fast for this Sunday afternoon affair with guest conductor David Keith. Just days later, Macon’s newest musical attraction, the Macon Pops, will once again heat up the City Auditorium with “It’s the Holiday Season” and special guest Floco Torres.

 

Magic and Enchantment at the Macon Symphony Orchestra

Macon Symphony Orchestra presents “Magic and Enchantment” on Saturday, October 12 in Fickling Hall at the McCorkle Music Building. The Choral Society joins the Macon Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor Shizuo Kuwahara for a program that includes works by Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Borodin and Stravinsky. For the complete calendar of events of Townsend School of Music please visit music.mercer.edu. – See more at: http://www.maconga.org/includes/events/index.cfm?action=displayDetail&eventid=2637#sthash.1JfYaeP3.dpuf