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52 COBB LIFE | JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019 All venues are approximately 2 miles from I-285/Paces Ferry Road exit For more information: or 678-631-5545 Located in the beautiful 10-acre Taylor-Brawner Park at 3180 Atlanta Road Brawner Hall (circa 1910) and the Taylor-Brawner House (circa 1890) offer a unique destination for memorable meetings and events. And, introducing the Reed House (circa 1910) located on 3.5 acres at 3080 Atlanta Road. Smyrna's Historic Venues WE'VE BEEN NOMINATED FOR THE BEST OF COBB! VOTE FOR BRAWNER HALL at! his popularity in the concert hall, his works have also been featured in film and documen- taries. One of the most prolific composers in terms of the sheer volume of his composi- tional output, Franz Schubert had an uncanny knack of creating appealing melodies. His works traverse multiple genres and include symphonic, chamber, lieder, operas, and incidental music. This performance features the GSO Chorus, and the return of GSO favorite Helen Kim performing Schubert's Rondo for Violin and String Orchestra and Pärt's Fratres. KSU 2018-19 SIGNATURE SERIES: THE JAMES CARTER ORGAN TRIO Jan. 31, 8 p.m. Bailey Performance Center, Kennesaw State University 1000 Chastain Road, Bldg. 30, Kennesaw Cost: $15 - $20 Information: concerts-and-events/signature_series.php The organ combo reigned supreme for several decades as a "meat-and-potatoes" mainstay of 50's and 60's jazz. In the hands of saxophonist James Carter, one of jazz's most sophisticated improvisers, the organ trio is elevated by Carter's virtuosic chops, the band's powerful blues-drenched style, and wide-ranging repertoire collected through the members' far-flung musical explorations. Relying heavily on inspired group interplay,

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