Macon Mercer Symphony Orchestra
Macon-Mercer Symphony Orchestra (MMSO) is a groundbreaking intergenerational collaboration between emerging artists of the McDuffie Center and principal musicians from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to bring the grand power of symphony music back to Macon, conducted by GRAMMY award winner Ward Stare. Community collaboration gives voice to local stars and amplifies them on stage. The symphony will play an expansive program, from Beethoven to hip-hop. We want to be a vibrant gathering place for Middle Georgia to come together and celebrate. More music will be Macon’s #MondayMotivation.
Monday, Apr. 25
The season concludes with the winner of Townsend’s Concerto competition and the explosive Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2, written during the author’s depression. Macon hip-hop artist Bob Lennon also takes the stage to perform his commission, “Don’t You Look at Me.”
MAKE MORE MUSIC MONDAYS
The symphony is back here in Macon. Be the first to witness the power with a rich tapestry of sound from both master and emerging artists in all genres. Subscribers support these extraordinary programs, reserve their favorite seats in advance, and save more on enjoying a season pass to Macon’s greatest evenings of music. Supporter level with premium seating $108 for all four shows. Patron level with regular seating $72 for all four shows. Buy online below or call the box office at 478-301-5470. All shows are proudly presented at The Grand Opera House at 7:30 p.m. with single tickets ranging from $20-30 and students free with valid ID.
Single tickets on sale September 15.