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Field Trip and Concert: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Find a babysitter and join your SLA Georgia colleagues for tour of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, including their library, on Saturday, April 23! Buy tickets and stick around a little longer to enjoy the ASO performance with Donald Runnicles conducting Mahler’s Ninth Symphony.

Rebecca Beavers, the music librarian for the ASO, will lead the tour starting at 5:50 PM. The tour will include the ASO stage, backstage, and library.  Participants will walk up and down flights of stairs as they are introduced to the performance areas and scope out the behind-the-scenes secrets.  Please RSVP your attendance for this free tour by 2 PM on Friday, April 22.

The ASO is generously making discount tickets available to members (for members and guests) who contact the Group Sales Manager to arrange for ticketing. Discounted tickets must be purchased by 5 PM on Friday, April 22, since the box office is unable to make group sales.  Ticket prices range from $25 for Orchestra seating and $12 for the Balcony.

Traffic in Midtown Atlanta can be tricky, so plan carefully for parking—or just take MARTA. The Arts Center Station is directly behind the Woodruff Arts Center. The ASO provides directions to Atlanta Symphony Hall, as well as information about parking.

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