Chamber Concert Series

Our Chamber Concerts provide live performances for a smaller audience.  If you want to try a performance, we would suggest these afternoon performances to get your feet wet.

Organ Resonance

Sunday, November 15, 2020

First Baptist Church

Concert at 1:30pm

Organist Paul Jacobs will again join us to present a wide-ranging program designed to show off the sonic splendor and power of the majestic organ. Come and hear the mighty organ of First Baptist Church put through its paces in The Jackson Symphony’s first concert of the chamber music series.

Christmas Cheer

Sunday, December 6, 2020

Union University - Hartley Hall

Concert at 3:00pm

This new chamber music concert will feature several original arrangements of traditional holiday music by pianist/composer and Jackson native, Dawson Hull. His work captures the spirit of Christmas through the delicacy of the combined sound of The Jackson Symphony’s woodwinds and piano. You will be charmed by familiar carols and drawn deep into the musical construction that celebrates the season.

Celebration of Soul

Sunday, February 14, 2021

Chambers McClure Academic Center - Lane College

Concert at 3:00pm

Musicians from The Jackson Symphony are once again honoring Black History Month with a string quintet chamber music concert. Celebrating the legacies of African and African-American composers, this concert will feature spirituals such as “Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel”, “Go Down Moses”, and “Guide My Feet” as well as classical and jazz compositions. Be inspired by the rich history represented by these musical selections! 

Rhythms of Brazilian Choro

Sunday, April 11, 2021

Union University - Hartley Hall

Concert at 3:00pm

Be prepared to tap your feet, clap your hands, and be swept away to the streets of Rio de Janeiro with the sounds of choro, Brazil’s traditional instrumental music. This concert will showcase a delightful array of rhythmic songs as performed by members of The Jackson Symphony and UT Martin Music Faculty. Said to be the “New Orleans Jazz of Brazil”, choro makes for a vivacious addition to this season’s chamber music series.