UGA Performing Arts Center
UGA Presents

Announcing the 2022-23 Season

Unforgettable Experiences Await
2022-23 Season

Upcoming Performances

Season ticket options

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UGA Presents subscribers get exclusive ticket discounts, priority seating, hassle-free exchanges, and countless happy memories throughout the season. We have multiple season ticket options to fit your lifestyle and budget. Select the series that’s right for you: save 25% with the Everything Ticket and enjoy the entire lineup; save 20% when you select one or more of our curated Fixed Series; or save 10% when you Pick 5 or more performances of your choice.

Five Curated Series Options


Choose one or more curated series and save 20%. Plus save 10% on additional performances outside your chosen series.


Exquisite classical music performed by today’s most accomplished luminaries.

  • Anderson & Roe Piano Duo
  • Eric Owens and Singers from Curtis Opera Theatre
  • Septura Brass Septet
  • Vox Luminis
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Handel’s Messiah
  • Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine
  • Imani Winds
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Bach and Friends
  • Stephen Hough, piano
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Nathalie Stutzmann stands on a podium with arms extended conducting the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Nathalie Stutzmann will conduct the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in Hodgson Concert Hall March 26, 2023.


Thrilling performances by some of the most exciting soloists, duos, and ensembles of our day.

  • The War and Treaty
  • An Afternoon with Ira Glass*
  • Kishi Bashi and UGA Symphony Orchestra
  • Take 6
  • Martha Graham Dance Company
  • Chanticleer
  • Kelli O’Hara
  • Joshua Redman
  • Yonder Mountain String Band

*Optional add-on performance. Tickets for Ira Glass’s postponed appearance from March will be honored on this new date.

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Kishi Bashi stands in a green field holding a violin on his shoulder
Kishi Bashi will perform with the UGA Symphony Orchestra October 6, 2022.

World Stage

Music from our Southern neighbors and artists from across the globe.

  • Yamma Ensemble
  • Villalobos Brothers
  • Soweto Gospel Choir
  • Leyla McCalla
  • Breabach
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Men and women in colorful robes singing
The Soweto Gospel Choir comes to Hodgson Concert Hall November 15, 2022.

Chamber Music

Classical music performed by the world’s leading small ensembles.

  • Harlem Quartet*
  • Schumann Quartet
  • Emerson String Quartet
  • West-Eastern Divan Ensemble
  • Pavel Haas Quartet
  • Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

*Free admission, tickets required.

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Four musicians stand and sit against a colorful wall, each holding a string instrument
The Pavel Haas Quartet makes its UGA debut March 13, 2023.


Music, theatre, and dance for all to enjoy.

  • Complexions Contemporary Ballet
  • Aquila Theater Company’s Pride and Prejudice
  • Yamato: The Drummers of Japan
  • The Hammersteins: A Musical Theatre Family
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Dancers with outstretched arms and hands lift a woman in the air.
Complexions Contemporary Ballet performs September 29-30, 2022.
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Special Event

Itzhak Perlman Returns

Legendary violinist Itzhak Perlman makes his highly anticipated return to Hodgson Concert Hall with a very special recital performance on April 29, 2023. UGA Presents subscribers get priority access to this performance — surely to be one of the most sought-after tickets of the entire season!

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Inside the Season

Important Dates to Remember

Now that we’ve put the final touches on a dynamic new season of professional performing arts, it’s time to make your plans to join us! Find out when tickets go on sale for all of the performances you are looking forward to seeing throughout the 2022-23 season at the University of Georgia.

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Behind the Scenes

Student Workers Help the Show Go On

The Performing Arts Center employs dozens of student workers throughout the year. They come from a variety of backgrounds and academic disciplines, but all of them play a vital role in our daily operations.

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You can make a difference

We Need Your Support

Small or large, your gift makes a difference! The University of Georgia Performing Arts Center relies on a combination of public and private funding to make world-class performing arts experiences and educational outreach opportunities come alive on our stages throughout the year. Contributions of all sizes play a vital role in the sustainability of our operations.

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