Photos: Scenes from the ASO Symphony Gala

Audra McDonald performs with the ASO.
Audra McDonald performs with the ASO.

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra hosted its fourth annual Symphony Gala on Saturday, March 8, at the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta. The evening included a performance by Tony Award winner Audra McDonald with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, and celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Orchestra’s Talent Development Program — which identifies musically-gifted and motivated African American and Latino instrumentalists and prepares them for acceptance into top music programs in preparation for careers as professional musicians. Proceeds benefited the Orchestra and its Education and Community programs. (Photos by Jeff Roffman)

Talent Development Program members Donevon Howard (harp), Imani Duhé (trumpet), and Perryn Bohler (clarinet).
Talent Development Program members Donevon Howard (harp), Imani Duhé (trumpet), and Perryn Bohler (clarinet).
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra clarinetist Alcides Rodriguez and his wife, Heather, with Karen Zgonc and her husband, ASO trombonist Nathan Zgonc.
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra clarinetist Alcides Rodriguez and his wife, Heather, with Karen Zgonc and her husband, ASO trombonist Nathan Zgonc.
Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson and 2014 Symphony Gala Chair Ed Labry.
Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson and 2014 Symphony Gala Chair Ed Labry.

 

 

1 Comment
  1. It was a simply wonderful evening. Audra McDonald is a miracle. Corny as this sounds, I was proud and grateful I live in Atlanta.

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