Upcoming Musical Events
No matter your taste in music, whether it be jazz, the symphony, the opera, local bands, national touring acts, chamber music and more, you’ll find it here. You can find local musicians playing live in our Acoustical Blends series. We have also put together an amazing group of Gilmer county’s best voices with our Community Chorus concerts as well as our annual B.E.S.T. Series events.
Cary Durham Violinist
Being an Atlanta musician is something to be proud of. I love where I come from. There’s no vibe like it! It feels even better when you’re collaborating with other dope creatives. I teamed up with Banana Bones Media to curate this cool video portrait about music and the ATL scene. Big shoutouts to the team for putting it together.
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Acoustic Blends are free events open to the public, and open to all Musicians who want to play on stage, play along in the front row, or for those who just want to come for a good time…. It’s an experience you won’t want to miss!!! Since Covid hit, we have moved Acoustic Blend performances to video. Below you will find some of our artists who took the time to video their performances. We expect Acoustic Blends to get back to in pers
The Gilmer Arts Community Chorus performs choral works of popular music, sacred, show tunes, patriotic and holiday selections, men’s chorus and women’s chorus, and an a cappella ensemble. We practice under the direction of multiple area conductors with many years’ experiences in choral conducting and performance. If you love to sing, can read music, and want to be a little challenged by some of the area’s best choral directors, come sing with us! You will really enjoy it!
Conductors Charles E. Claiborne, Dr. Patrick Young, Hannah Carter, Susan & Soloist, Carli LeJeune with The Gilmer Arts Community Chorus and The Ellijay Elementary Children’s Chorus
The Call of Music Words and Music by Joseph M. Martin
The Wayfaring Stranger Cheryl Star, Flautist
Arranged by Greg Gilpin
Bring me Little Water, Sylvie
Women of the Chorus
John Rathbone on bass
Soloists: Kimberly Weber & Melanie Johnson
Arranged by Robert Jones
Ellijay Elementary Chorus
Down to the River to Pray
The Water is Wide
Consider the Lilies: An Appalachian Requiem
Music & Arr. By Timothy Michael Powell
Soloist, Carli LeJeune
Cheryl Star, Flautist