Winter/Spring 2022 Season Highlights

January 6, 2022

With 2021 in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look ahead at what the UGA Performing Arts Center has to offer in 2022. From world-class musical artists to a Mexican ballet company, there’s something for everyone in the winter/spring season at Hodgson Concert Hall!

MOMIX: Viva Momix
Jan. 13

Athletic dance, riveting music, fanciful costumes, and inspired artistry make for an entertaining experience that will enchant and astonish at every turn! Learn more

On Broadway
Jan. 18

Four of Broadway’s finest singers come together for an unforgettable evening of songs from beloved musicals, including West Side Story, Wicked and HamiltonLearn more

Jan. 25

Five women from Zimbabwe sing traditional songs, gospel and Afro-jazz — rounding out their a cappella sound and vibrant presentation with percussion and dance. Learn more

Danish String Quartet
Jan 29

One of the most acclaimed chamber ensembles performing today opens with Schubert’s intense “Death and the Maiden” quartet, and closes with their own arrangements of folk songs. Learn more

Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernandez: 70th Anniversary Tour
Feb. 4

Mesmerizing dances, thrilling music and colorful costumes are the hallmarks of this Mexico City company, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a program of audience favorites. Learn more

Joshua Bell, violin, and Peter Dugan, piano
Feb. 11

One of the classical music world’s biggest stars, Joshua Bell, appears in recital at Hodgson Concert Hall with a “fearlessly athletic” (San Francisco Chronicle) pianist. Learn more

Branford Marsalis Quartet
Feb. 19

The saxophonist and bandleader from America’s first family of jazz performs with his Grammy-winning quartet. Learn more

Anaïs Mitchell + Bonny Light Horseman
Feb. 26

Mitchell, the Tony Award-winning creator of Hadestown, appears solo and as a member of the acclaimed folk trio Bonny Light Horseman. Learn more

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: Stars of Vienna
March 1

Cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han are joined by two outstanding younger colleagues for a program of Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms (the sublime A major piano quartet). Learn more

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra with conductor Donald Runnicles and pianist Michelle Cann
March 4

Cann, a Curtis Institute faculty member, plays an engaging piano concerto by early 20th century Black American composer Florence Price, and Runnicles leads Mahler’s epic First Symphony. Learn more

For a complete list of UGA Presents performances, click here.

Three Ways to Order Tickets

  1. Purchase tickets online 24/7 online here.
  2. Call the Performing Arts Center Box Office at (706) 542-4400, Mon.-Fri., 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
  3. Visit the UGA Performing Arts Center Box Office, Mon.-Fri., 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (5 minute parking is available in the drop off circle at the Performing Arts Center for purchasing or picking up tickets.)

COVID protocols

For information about the Performing Arts Center’s current COVID-19 protocols, click hereFlexible ticketing will be in place for all performances occurring through May. Patrons may exchange tickets for another performance or receive a full refund until 12:00 p.m. on the day of the performance, if occurring on a weekday, or by Friday at 5:00 p.m. if occurring on a weekend.

Branford Marsalis Quartet photo by Eric Ryan Anderson