Picture credit - Coastal Symphony of Georgia.

The Coastal Symphony of Georgia is growing in excellence, with the continued support of concert goers, patrons, Society members and the community, the future looks bright. The Coastal Symphony of Georgia understands the importance of a developing a culture of music in all areas of the community with its fine artistic offerings in the Golden Isles. The Symphony Society and Broadway veteran Robert Ray, along with his talented company of singers and dancers are bringing the Broadway show Cabaret to the Cloister. Along with the ‘Toast of the Town’, starting at 6 p.m. on February 3 with a cocktail hour followed by a silent auction. Get tickets here: coastalsymphonyofgeorgia.org/cabaret-2018   https://vimeo.com/235374774 (music sample)

What does the Symphony Society do?

“The Symphony Society was formed as the volunteer auxiliary of the CSG in 2006, fulfilling another long-time dream of the organization. The Society has raised friends and funds for the Symphony, providing more opportunities with financial resources and higher visibility in the community. The Cabaret is an evening of fine dining, dancing, and entertainment. To become a Symphony Society Member and learn more: Contact, (912)-634-7458.

The fundraising event begins February 3, 2018

Contact the CSG for more information: www.coastalsymphonyofgeorgia.org/

Sarah Elizabeth Bash is an artist and writer from Golden Isles area of Georgia.  Sarah writes on local and state arena in all areas such as sports, arts and culture, politics, education and environmental topics.

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