City Lights: Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra Concert; Intimate clothing; And more
Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”:
- 1:05: The Georgia Tech Symphony will perform newly premiered music on iconic silent films Friday at the Ferst Center for Arts. The program is called “Changing Score: Classic Films Reimagined”. Lois Reitzes spoke with conductor Dr. Choawen Ting about the event.
- 11:07 am: “Intimate Apparel” is currently on stage at the Lionheart Theater in Norcross until this weekend. The play tells the story of an African-American dressmaker trying to be successful in New York City while pursuing her dream of owning a beauty salon. Lois Reitzes spoke to director Myrna Feldman and actress Jessica Briana Kelly about the play.
- 11:13 p.m .: Kinetic Light is a collection of artists with disabilities committed to promoting disability as a creative force. Their new work, “Descent”, will take place on Saturday, November 23 at the Ferst Center for the Arts. Dancer Laurel Lawson spoke about the creation of this piece.
- 37:22: Drew Alexander Forde, also known as “That Viola Kid”, is in a weeklong residency at Spivey Hall. He works with school groups across the Atlanta subway to help young musicians pursue their dreams. He has a Friday night concert at Spivey Hall called “#PlayHomiePlay: Hip Hop and Hindemith”.