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School of Music Ensembles Play the Skyline Series

April 16 - April 20
Skyline Stage on the Georgia Tech Campus
W21 parking lot at the intersection of Ferst Dr. & State St.


Enjoy performances by student ensembles from the Georgia Tech School of Music in safe, outdoor live shows against the backdrop of Tech’s beautiful midtown campus. Tickets are free but must be reserved in advance.

The Georgia Tech Glee Club standing in a group outside.

Georgia Tech Glee Club

April 5, 2021

The Georgia Tech Glee Club formed in 1906, making it the oldest student organization on campus. In recent years, the Glee Club has performed at prestigious events both at Georgia Tech and around the world. With the direction of chief choral custodian, Jerry Ulrich, the Glee Club will perform Brown Eyed Girl, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Dancing in the Moonlight, Drift Away, Parting Glass, and Ramblin Wreck.

A group of students using laptops to create music.

Georgia Tech Laptop Orchestra and New Music Ensemble

April 16, 2021 at 7:30 PM

The Georgia Tech Laptop Orchestra will present three world premieres created by its members that explore an iconic part of Atlanta through graphic music notation and experimental electronic performance. The Georgia Tech Laptop Orchestra, directed by Jason Freeman, is a laboratory for music technology majors to learn about audio synthesis, sound design, interactive music systems, and experimental musical forms.

A student rock band performs on stage.

Georgia Tech Rock and Pop Ensemble

April 17, 2021 at 7:30 PM

Three bands under the direction of Nat Condit-Schultz will play a variety of modern and classic rock music. Featured covers include songs by Metallica, Pantera, Imogen Heap, John Mayer, and Down the Line. Each band will perform original music as well.

 A group picture of the Georgia Tech Chamber Choir in a large auditorium.

Georgia Tech Chamber Choir

April 18, 2021 at 2:00 PM

The Chamber Choir is Georgia Tech’s premiere mixed vocal ensemble. Founded in 1998, the choir has established itself as one of the foremost college vocal ensembles in the Southern United States. Singers are selected through audition, and the Chamber Choir attracts the finest choral musicians on the Tech campus. The GT Chamber Choir was recently featured with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, New Trinity Baroque Orchestra, Atlanta Opera, and Atlanta Baroque Orchestra. The Choir is led by Jerry A. Ulrich, Director of Choral Activities at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Georgia Tech Jazz Combos

April 18, 2021 at 7:30 PM

Small Jazz combos will play traditional repertoire from various periods of jazz history. Musical selections will include works by Thelonious Monk, Woody Shaw, and Chick Corea, among others. Directed by Grammy nominated artist, Chip Crotts, Director of Jazz Studies and Assistant Director of Athletic Bands at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

The Georgia Tech orchestra performing on stage.

Georgia Tech Chamber Players

April 19, 2021 at 11:00 AM

The Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra (GTSO), under the direction of Chaowen Ting, will be performing a wide variety of chamber literature from the Classical through Contemporary periods, with an emphasis on under-represented composers. Participation in the Orchestra broadens students’ skills and experience in performing, understanding and appreciation of great music.

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Georgia Tech Percussion Ensembles

April 19, 2021 at 7:30 PM

The Percussion Ensembles are both a traditional concert ensemble that studies classic and contemporary literature, as well as transcriptions of standard, jazz and popular styles and often present new percussion performance practices in a contemporary medium through the use of electronically triggered devices and theatrical lighting and staging. This combination of elements unites aural and visual entertainment with a uniquely creative twist. Virtually any surface becomes the canvas from which performers paint aural images. The Percussion Ensembles are led by Chris Moore, Director of Athletic Bands and Coordinator of Undergraduate Music Degrees at Georgia Tech.


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Georgia Tech Jazz Ensembles

April 20, 2021 at 7:30 PM

Two large jazz ensembles will play traditional repertoire from the 1930s to present day. Musical selections include works by Sammy Nestico, Bob Mintzer, Neal Hefti, Oliver Nelson, Jim Martin, and Pat Metheny, among others. Directed by Grammy nominated artist, Chip Crotts, Director of Jazz Studies and Assistant Director of Athletic Bands at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Additional Skyline Series Performances

March 26 - May 18

Celebrate spring and the arts in an inviting outdoor space that is safe for all!

Georgia Tech Arts Skyline Series will offer performances ranging from live music to contemporary dance and featuring a mix of Georgia Tech groups, Atlanta arts companies, and internationally recognized artists from outside of Georgia.

Find more information on all of the performances on the Georgia Tech Arts website.

Ticketing Details

Members of the Georgia Tech community, when purchasing tickets please log in as general public but use your gatech email address. This will allow you to access any special offers or discounts.

Seating is either offered as a combination of 2-person and 4-person pods or strictly as 4-person pods, depending on the performance. You must add all seats for your selected pod to your cart before the system will let you advance to the payment page. Georgia Tech Arts Box Office staff are available by phone at 404.894.9600 or email at tickets@arts.gatech.edu (Monday-Friday, 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.) to answer questions and offer additional assistance.

The Skyline Series will offer 105 audience pods designed to hold up to 4 individuals. The 8-foot square spaces include chair seating on top of green turf donated by Shaw Industries and Shaw Sports Turf, all of which adds to the festival-like outdoor experience. Georgia Tech Arts has built an extensive plan to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for guests. Read full details on Georgia Tech Arts safety protocols and ticketing policies.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) are answered on the Georgia Tech Arts FAQ page:

Georgia Tech students can access discounted tickets to all performances thanks to a generous BuzzFunds grant.

Read more about the series in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution!

While Georgia Tech Arts is proceeding with planning for 2020-2021 season events to continue as scheduled, it will follow the lead of the Institute, the University System of Georgia, the city of Atlanta, the state of Georgia and public health experts to determine when it is safe and appropriate to resume public gatherings. Programs subject to change.