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Announcing the 2023-2024 Season

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Upcoming Performances

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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; save 15% when you Pick 15 or more performances of your choice; or save 10% when you Pick 3 or more performances.

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

  • Hilary Hahn, violin
  • The Tallis Scholars
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Handel’s Messiah
  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • American Contemporary Music Ensemble
  • VOCES8
  • Geneva Lewis, violin
  • Jordi Savall and Hesperion XXI
  • Jakub Jozef Orlinski and Il Pomo d’Oro
  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (May 5)
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Vasily Petrenko and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


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

  • Nickel Creek
  • Ballet Hispánico
  • Indigo Girls
  • Terence Blanchard feat. The E-Collective and Turtle Island Quartet
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
  • Balsam Range
  • Dance Theatre of Harlem
  • Brad Mehldau
  • The Doo Wop Project
  • Max Raabe & Palast Orchester
  • Sweet Honey in the Rock
  • Patty Griffin
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Terence Blanchard

World Stage

Music and theatre by diverse artists from across the globe.

  • The Book of Life
  • Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer, Shahzad Ismaily
  • Mariachi Sol De México
    de José Hernández
  • A Celtic Family Christmas with Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy
  • Ladysmith Black Mambazo
  • Dervish
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Mariachi Sol De México de José Hernández

Chamber Music

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

  • Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center*
  • Poulenc Trio
  • Dover Quartet
  • Apollon Musagète Quartet
  • Takács Quartet
    Marc-André Hamelin, piano
  • Danish String Quartet

*Free admission, tickets required.

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Danish String Quartet
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Keyboard Magic

The Year of the Piano

The Performing Arts Center has a new 9-foot Steinway D piano, handmade at the company’s factory in Hamburg, Germany. Many pianists enjoy the instruments made there, finding the German pianos have crystal clarity and warmth and a distinctly singing tone.  This season we will explore the new piano’s sounds and have invited a variety of artists from diverse musical styles to showcase all that it can do.

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Catch a Rising Star

Artist in Focus: Isata Kanneh-Mason

This season, the PAC welcomes its first Artist in Focus, Isata Kanneh-Mason. This dynamic young British artist from a noted musical family will appear twice in Hodgson Concert Hall. She’ll play a recital in October and then return in January with London’s Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with which she has served as Artist in Residence.

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Stories and Music

Voices of Africa

UGA Presents brings diverse artists from around the world to our stages. This season includes two African performances: The Book of Life, a theatre piece about hope in the wake of the Rwandan genocide; and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, the a cappella group Nelson Mandela called “South Africa’s cultural ambassadors,” who became world famous through Paul Simon’s album Graceland.

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