Georgia Symphony Orchestra offers Free Concert on Saturday, Oct 8 with Uzee Brown Society of Choraliers

The Georgia Symphony Orchestra (GSO) is holding a free “Walk Together, Children” chorus concert featuring the GSO Chorus and the Uzee Brown Society of Choraliers on Oct 8 at Zion Baptist Church.

“We are excited to bring quality choral classics to our community,” said Susan Stensland, Georgia Symphony’s Interim Co-Executive Director. “This is a soul-stirring performance you do not want to miss!!”

This is the second concert of GSO’s 72nd season and will be held at Zion Baptist Church at 3 p.m. on Oct 8.

The concert is free, but registration is requested.

GSO Music Director Bryan Black will lead the choruses in their performance. The program includes Hoagy Carmichael’s “Georgia on My Mind”, Eric Whitacre’s “Sing Gently”, “Walk Together, Children” arranged by Moses Hogan, Oscar Peterson’s “Hymn to Freedom”, and Richard Jackson’s arrangement of “Rock My Soul”.

The Uzee Brown Society of Choraliers was founded in 2009 by Uzee Brown Jr. to study and sing music for the enjoyment of its members and the general public, to preserve and promote African American musical traditions, and to enrich the community.

The Georgia Symphony Orchestra’s 72nd season has more performances and seating options than ever. With seven remaining concert series that include several matinee performances, there is something for everyone!

Zion Baptist Church is located at 165 Lemon Street (Zion Blvd.) Marietta, GA 30060

For more information or to get your tickets, email info@georgiasymphony.org or call 770-615-2908.

Photos courtesy to Marietta Talks

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