Published on February 28th, 2017 | by Jerry Doby0
Black Orchestra ft. in new Migos and 2 Chainz video host black-tie concert in Atlanta
One of a kind all black orchestra, Orchestra Noir (@), is hosting a black-tie concert called “Night at the Symphony” at Center Stage Atlanta on March 31, 2017. Orchestra Noir has recently been prominently featured as the trendsetting orchestra in the new music video for “Deadz”, the new banger from hip-hop mega stars Migos and 2 Chainz.
At “Night at the Symphony”, guests will walk the red carpet and mingle at a DJ-ed pre-concert soiree before entering Center Stage Theater, where maestro Jason Ikeem Rodgers will lead the orchestra through an evening of breathtaking music.
“It is with great pride that I announce our new concert will be held in our new home Center Stage Atlanta,” Music Director Jason Ikeem Rodgers says. Rodgers, who holds two Master’s Degrees in Orchestral Conducting and has conducted all over the world, founded Orchestra Noir out of a desire to bring the world of orchestra to Atlanta’s African-American community. And the community has enthusiastically embraced the orchestra, with over 700 guests in attendance at the last event.
Founded in 2016, Orchestra Noir acts as a living testament to the African-American legacy of excellence and resilience in Atlanta and the nation. Their mission is to showcase and celebrate the Black community’s rich cultural achievements in music through concert events here in Atlanta.
Orchestra Noir has been covered in Rolling Out Magazine, the Tom Joyner Morning Show, CBS Radio, NPR Radio, and many other prominent publications. Orchestra Noir has also gained celebrity fans such as renowned actor, comedian, and radio host D.L. Hughley. For more information about Orchestra Noir, please visit www.orchestranoir.comTweet