Celebrate twenty-five years with the ABO where music reigns supreme. Let the melodies soar, the rhythms pop, and the festivities commence!
This season marks a milestone in our journey together, and we extend our heartfelt gratitude for your patronage throughout the years.
Performances featuring the consorts of William Lawes.
Maxine Eilander | harp
November 17, 7:30 pm | The Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta
November 18, 3:00 pm | First Baptist Church, Athens
Coronation anthems by Handel and J. S. Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 3.
The Cathedral of St. Philip Choir & Schola
Dale Adelmann | conductor
Caroline Robinson | soloist
October 13, 7:30 pm | The Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta
October 14, 4:00 pm | First Baptist Church, Decatur
Julie Andrijeski | Artistic Director and Concertmaster
George Staib | Stage Director and Choreographer
Hannah De Priest | soprano, Dido
Brian Giebler | tenor, Aeneas
Michael Galvin | bass baritone, Sorceress
Andréa Walker | soprano, Belinda
staibdance | George Staib, Founder and Director
ImmerseATL | Sarah Hillmer, Founder and Director
Georgia State University Choirs | Deanna Joseph, Choirmaster
February 2, 7:30 pm | Glenn Memorial Chapel, Atlanta
February 3, 7:30 pm | Glenn Memorial Chapel, Atlanta
February 6, 7:30 pm | Spivey Hall, Morrow
The 25th Season Finale featuring a program of concerti grossi by Telemann, Durante, and more!
April 19, 7:30 pm | The Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta
April 20, 3:00 pm | First Baptist Church, Athens
O T H E R 2 5 T H S E A S O N E N G A G E M E N T S
October 15, 4:00 pm | Ahavath Achim Synagogue, Atlanta
February 9, 7:30 pm | First Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, with Deanna Joseph & GSU Choirs
Welcome to the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra’s 25th Anniversary Season!
The twenty-five year mark is an incredible accomplishment for any nonprofit arts organization, and all of us at the ABO are extremely proud of this achievement. We are deeply grateful to the many musicians, artistic directors, board members, donors, volunteers, and audience members who helped us reach this milestone.
Oftentimes, an anniversary reflects on an organization’s formative years and past highlights. This year, however, I want to focus on ABO’s future! Thanks to the solid foundation we have built, we are in a position to expand and explore. Bigger projects, more collaborations, diverse venues, and a new outreach ensemble are coming to light this season.
We are all popping with excitement! In fact, “POP” was the heart of our theme this year. From popping a champagne cork (or cola bottle) to Pop Art design, this word evokes fun and celebration. We sprinkled in a bit of royalty for richness and tradition (inspired by England’s new sovereign), and voilà! Out popped a stream of concerts that we all await with bubbly anticipation.
I look forward to sharing this extraordinary season with you!
With oodles of effervescent enthusiasm,
Julie Andrijeski | ABO Artistic Director
The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra enjoys boundless generosity from the metro-Atlanta community. We appreciate the fiscal support from our patrons and donors, the wonderful contributions we receive from foundations, and the gracious gift of space in which to perform.
We extend a special thanks to Dale Adelmann and the Friends of Music for embracing the ABO as Artists-in-Residence at the Cathedral of St. Philip. Their generosity and welcoming spirit throughout our week-long rehearsal and concert residencies is invaluable.
A limited number of 25th Anniversary Season
sponsorship packages are currently available.
Call or text (404) 702-1268 for details.