Complete schedule after the jump.
September 16—Herb Alpert & Lani Halllogo. Legendary jazz trumpeter and his wife, vocalist Lani Hallogo.
September 30—Project Triologo. Free jazz in the amphitheater on Georgia Tech's campus.
October 7—Aszure Barton and Artists. The Atlanta premiere of innovative contemporary New York choreographer's company.
October 14— Paquito d'Rivera and Brasil Guitar Duologo. An evening of Latin jazz.
October 23—Bill Cosby. Legendary comic performs two shows.
November 13—Imperial Acrobats of China: Chi of Shaolin. An array of martial arts, dance and acrobatics.
December 2—Take 6. Doo-wop, Christmas and gospel music from renowned a capella group.
December 16—David Benoit with special guest Ethan Bortnicklogo. Jazz musicians play music from Vince Guaraldi’s "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
February 3—Joe Goode Performance Group. Atlanta premiere of Bay Area experimental choreographer's work.
February 4—Sophie Milmanlogo. Torch songs and standards from jazz vocalist.
February 12—Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Canologo. Mariachi music celebrates Mexico's bicentennial.
February 18—Jade Simmons. Second ARTech residency culminates with a performance by the pianist.
February 25—Bridgman/Packer Dance. Atlanta premiere of witty choreographers who use projection to create eye-tricking live performances.
March 3—Earl Klugh. An evening with the master jazz guitarist.
March 16—Pilobolus. A performance from the long-time favorite dance company.
March 31—Jake Shimabukuro. Ukelele revival with young Hawaiian virtuoso.
April 14—Claire Lynch. Outdoor concert from bluegrass musician kicks off Ferst's new Roots Music Festival.
April 14—The Grascals. More high-energy bluegrass.
April 15—Dailey & Vincent. The season and the Ferst's first Roots Music festival closes with award-winning duo.
For more information, visit Ferst Center.
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