Join us for Make More Music Mondays. Symphony, redesigned with you in mind. The first season of the symphony was anything but ordinary.
MAKE MORE MUSIC MONDAYS
Symphony, redesigned with you in mind. The first season of the symphony was anything but ordinary. From hip-hop to Haydn, from Otis Redding Foundation students to beloved classical composers, the orchestra was the place to be. The Grand Opera House was filled with the joy of music, the power of community and Mercer University’s McDuffie Center Young Artists collaborating with musicians from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. So don’t miss out – become a subscriber for the 2022-2023 season and experience music in its grandest form. Major funding for the Macon-Mercer Symphony Orchestra is provided by the Peyton Anderson Foundation.
Experience symphony in Macon. Witness the power with a rich tapestry of sound from both master and emerging artists in all genres. Subscribers support these extraordinary programs, reserve their favorite seats in advance, and save more on enjoying a season pass to Macon’s greatest evenings of music. Supporter level with premium seating $112 for all four shows. Patron level with regular seating $78 for all four shows. Buy online below or call the box office at 478-301-5470. All shows are proudly presented at The Grand Opera House at 7:30 p.m. with single tickets ranging from $25-35 and students free with valid ID. Subscription sales only until September 16 with single tickets available on September 17.
Monday, Oct. 17
Roderick Cox, guest conductor
Smetana Bartered Bride Overture
Ravel Daphnis and Chloé Suite no. 2
Bernstein Symphonic Dances from West Side Story
To open the second season of Macon’s smash success symphony, we celebrate the homecoming of Roderick Cox, the Macon-born superstar conductor garnering worldwide recognition. This lighthearted program borrows from epic love stories across a number of cultures, from Smetana’s comic opera The Bartered Brideto Ravel’s mythic ballet Daphnis et Chloé to Bernstein’s Broadway West Side Story.
$25-35, students of all ages free with valid ID
Season Subscription $112 for Supporter-level premium seating, $78 for Patron-level regular seating
Parking at The Grand is just steps from our front door and it’s free. Park in the lot directly adjacent to the theater, which is available to the public after business hours and on weekends. If the lot is full, please use available street parking (pay the meter for applicable spaces). Please make sure to secure any valuables to ensure their safety during evening performances.