The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will hold its fifth annual Symphony Gala on March 7, featuring Tony Award-winning Broadway actor Jason Alexander, probably best known for his nine-year run on TV’s “Seinfeld.”

Jason Alexander

Proceeds from the black-tie event will benefit the ASO and its education and community engagement programs. Single tickets ($39 and up) go on sale Jan. 5 HERE or at 404.733.5000. For details about gala packages and sponsorships (both begin at $1,000), go HERE or call Lisa Robinson at 404.733.4267.

The evening begins at 6 p.m. with a cocktail reception in the High Museum of Art’s Stent Atrium. The concert with Alexander and the ASO begins at 7:30 p.m. A seated dinner follows the concert. The evening will end with a party, desserts and dancing in the Stent Atrium. A silent auction will be held throughout the festivities.

Alexander, 55, played sidekick George Costanza on the NBC sitcom “Seinfeld” (1989-98) and is also a director, producer, writer, singer and comedian. His Broadway resume includes a 1989 Tony Award for best actor/musical for Jerome Robbins’ Broadway as well as roles in the original Merrily We Roll Along, The Rink, Broadway Bound and Accomplice. He appeared in the Los Angeles’ production of The Producers, is artistic director of Reprise! Broadway’s Best in Los Angeles and is known for voicing the lead character in the animated series “Duckman.”


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Kathy Janich is a longtime arts journalist who has been seeing, working in or writing about the performing arts for most of her life. She's a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, Americans for the Arts and the National Arts Marketing Project. Full disclosure: She’s also an artistic associate at Synchronicity Theatre.

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