Enjoy Georgia’s Orchestras from Home

Georgia orchestras

From jazz to today’s greatest hits, Georgia orchestras offer one-of-a-kind shows that aren’t to be missed. Today, they’re offering virtual fun including from-the-vault performances, musician interviews, and so much more. Here are a few orchestras that you can enjoy from our Savannah luxury apartments:

Savannah Philharmonic

The Savannah Philharmonic strives to enrich the community through orchestral performances while promoting an appreciation of the arts. Conductor Keitaro Harada maintains an international presence. His musical interests range from chamber works to film scores, leading to diverse, eclectic performances not found anywhere else. You can get to know Conductor Harada during the orchestra’s SavPhil series. Held virtually on Mondays, it features music and one-on-one interviews with the musicians. Fans can watch the latest episode on YouTube as well as catch up on old ones.

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra 

In 1939, when Anne Grace O’Callaghan put together the region’s finest high school players, the Atlanta Youth Symphony was born. Professional musicians joined the group in 1946, and the following year, the orchestra became the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. The musicians play everything from the violin to the French horn. They perform to thousands every year and gain attention for their critically-acclaimed recordings. Watch the orchestra’s shows on YouTube along with its masterclass series. 

Georgia Symphony Orchestra 

Established in 1951 as the Marietta Music Club, the Georgia Symphony Orchestra offers experiences that instill a lifelong appreciation of the arts. It performs an array of masterclass and pops concerts throughout the season. At times, the musicians are joined by the Georgia Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and each show is different from the last. The orchestra’s YouTube channel features performances, interviews, and more. 

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