Organization Contacts
The Georgia Festival Chorus
In the fall of 1987, a new arts group was established in Cobb County as a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation under the name Cobb Festival Chorus, Inc. The name of the chorus was changed in January of 1999 to The Georgia Festival Chorus to more accurately reflect the membership and establish a home base with worldwide audiences. The purpose of this musical organization is to provide an opportunity for members of the community to sing both masterworks and the best of contemporary choral literature while providing an opportunity for audiences to hear these great works performed locally.
P.O. Box 965325
MARIETTA Cobb, GA 30066
404-234-3581
The Goat Farm Arts Center
The Goat Farm Arts Center is a hybrid development that assembles art, performance, science, design and technology entities in a dwelling that simultaneously operates as a Center for Contemporary Art and Performance. The Goat Farm Arts Center houses more than 450 creatives, multiple venues, an education center, a cafe, an organic farm, and has four critically acclaimed performance groups — gloATL, SAIAH and Theatre du Reve. Primarily exploring experimental and innovative works, the Goat Farm is a laboratory where creative risk is nurtured and celebrated. The Goat Farm presents more than 150 classical and contemporary music concerts, traditional and experimental theatrical performances, film screenings, contemporary dance performances, and art exhibitions annually.
1200 Foster St.
Georgia Renaissance Festival
Immerse yourself in an old world adventure at the Georgia Renaissance Festival. The Festival grounds transform into a 32-acre 16th century kingdom with knights in shining armor, Queen Anne Boleyn and her Court, and a world bazaar full of elaborate treasures created by more than 150 artisans who demonstrate their crafts daily. Enjoy continuous entertainment featuring juggling, music, comedic storytelling, jousting and more. The Festival also features animal shows, a unique medieval amusement park and gourmet delights.
P.O. Box 986
FAIRBURN Fulton, GA 30213
770-964-8575

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Georgian Chamber Players
This group of classical musicians performs a number of concerts each year with guest artists at Clayton State University's Spivey Hall and other venues. The group includes violinist David Coucheron, violinist Amy Moretti, violist Reid Harris, cellist Christopher Rex, pianist Elizabeth Pridgen and pianist Valentina Lisitsa. Many of the members also play with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, including Coucheron, who serves as concertmaster for the orchestra.
4575 Gilhams Rd.
ROSWELL Fulton, GA 30075
404-872-4552
Georgia Perimeter College
Georgia Perimeter College's Department of Fine Arts offers a multitude of courses, along with professional, student and community performances and exhibitions at various GPC campus locations.
555 North Indian Creek Dr.
678-891-3556
Georgia Symphony Orchestra
Georgia Symphony Orchestra's objective is to ensure artistic excellence in a diverse community that takes pride in the orchestra's artistic success and feels a sense of ownership for the orchestra. Georgia Symphony is further dedicated to becoming a catalyst for community collaborations and for lifelong learning, using technology and other means to broaden the musical experience of current and future audiences. Founded in 1951 and formally known as the Cobb Symphony Orchestra, the Georgia Symphony Orchestra includes 85 virtuoso musicians who are dedicated professionals throughout the community.
2250 Stilesboro Rd.
KENNESAW Cobb, GA 30152
770-429-7016
Georgia Philharmonic
The Georgia Philharmonic is a philharmonic in the truest sense of the word - local musicians unite and perform out of their love of music. In doing so, the artists create classical music experiences that not only rival those of professional orchestras, but also delight and inspire audience members. The group strives to serve the communities of northern metropolitan Atlanta with cultural enhancement and education.
P.O. Box 28701
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30358
770-664-7255
Gregg Irby Gallery
Gregg Irby Gallery presents 25 emerging contemporary artists. The gallery's fine art collection offers a wide range of genres - from traditional landscapes to pure abstracts - all at affordable prices.
996 Huff Rd.
Suite D
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30318
404-941-9787
Georgia State University School of Music
The Georgia State University School of Music offers one of the most comprehensive music programs in the Southeast, including studies in performance, composition, music management, music education, recording/technology and jazz studies. The School annually presents more than 250 recitals, music workshops and community music concerts including performances by guest artists, faculty and students at the 800-plus seat Rialto Center for the Arts and the newly renovated 400-seat Florence Kopleff Recital Hall. Musical offerings range from jazz ensembles to string quartets – including performances by the University choruses and orchestras. The majority of concerts are free and open to the public.
P.O. Box 4097
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30302
404-413-5900
Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta (German Cultural Center)
Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta (German Cultural Center) promotes knowledge of the German language abroad and fosters international cultural cooperation. The center conveys a comprehensive picture of Germany by providing information on Germany's cultural, social and political life.
1197 Peachtree St. NE
Colony Square, Plaza Level
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30361
404-892-2388
Georgia Ensemble Theatre
Georgia Ensemble Theatre is a professional regional theatre company that was founded in 1992 under the direction of Robert J. Farley. It provides first-class productions and educational opportunities on a year-round basis as the resident professional theatre at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center. Georgia Ensemble Theatre has earned a reputation for its diverse, dynamic plays and captivates current generations of theatergoers while nurturing future generations.
P.O. Box 607
ROSWELL Fulton, GA 30077
770-641-1260
The Georgia Ballet
The Georgia Ballet, Inc., a non-profit organization comprised of a regional professional ballet company and a ballet school, was founded in 1960 by Iris Hensley, who served as the artistic director until August 2003. The company is renowned not only for its classical re-stagings but also for a number of original works created by Hensley and other well-known choreographers. The Georgia Ballet is committed to Arts in Education and serves 12,000 area students annually through a variety of programs.
1255 Field Pkwy.
MARIETTA Cobb, GA 30066
770-528-0881
Grant Park Conservancy
Grant Park Conservancy (GPC) began as a group of concerned Atlanta residents who recognized the need to protect Grant Park, Atlanta's oldest city park, from the demands of growing use and declining maintenance. The Conservancy was formed and now works to raise funds to carry out its mission and provide an enjoyable greenspace for families, visitors and residents of nearby neighborhoods.
P.O. Box 89189
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30312
404-521-0938
gloATL
gloATL is a collaborative platform of contemporary artists. The forum creates fresh, original work through live performance, public intervention and a choreographic lab. gloATL's work often reflects a genuine approach toward negotiating with space, objects and people in order for a dynamic of roaming to occur. Part choreography and part interactive art installation, the group's performances literally bridge the gap between artist and audience to explore the phenomena of reception, intention and interpretation.
1200 Foster St.
#17
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30318
773-991-1432
Georgia Aquarium
With 8 million gallons of marine and fresh water, 100,000 animals from 500 species, and 505,000 square feet, the Georgia Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the world. It opened its doors in 2005 with more than 60 exhibits designed to inspire, entertain and educate. Come meet the beluga whales, whose charismatic personalities are sure to intrigue you and your family, the baby sea dragons, and much more. New animals and new habitats are waiting around every corner.
225 Baker St.
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30313
404-581-4000
Georgia Capitol Museum
Georgia Capitol Museum is a public educational institution housed in the State Capitol building under the administration of the Office of Secretary of State. The Museum seeks to preserve and interpret the history of the Georgia State Capitol building itself, as well as the events that have taken place within its walls.
206 State Capitol
ATLANTA Fulton, GA 30334
404-463-2846

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