The Georgia Symphony Orchestra has a new venue to call home, just a few miles from where they began over 60 years ago.
The new location, which will begin in 2014, was announced earlier this month at a dedication concert at the new Marietta Performing Arts Center.
"The Georgia Symphony is proud to work in partnership with Marietta High School," GSO Music Director Dr. Michael Alexander said in a press release. "The new Performing Arts Center shows a true spirit of collaboration and dedication to education that we are proud to associate with."
The Georgia Symphony Orchestra began sixty-two years ago in a Marietta home as the Marietta Community Symphony and was later renamed the Cobb Symphony Orchestra. In 2011, the name was again changed to the Georgia Symphony Orchestra.
The Georgia Symphony Orchestra has been in residence at the Murray Arts Center of Mount Paran Christian School since 2006.