Strictly Sondheim
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Strictly Sondheim

Strictly Sondheim
May 21 2023 | 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Strictly Sondheim


When: Sunday, May 21st | 7 PM 
Where: The Breman Museum




A limited number of VIP tickets for a pre-concert reception are available. The ticket includes a 6 PM Meet and Greet with David Aurillio, interim executive director of Voices of Note. Included with the VIP ticket is the Meet and Greet, beverages and light snacks and VIP seating in the front rows. Get your VIP ticket when selecting ticket options.

Enjoy the Music and Songs of Stephen Sondheim, performed by Voices of Note, at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 21st at The Breman.


Stephen Sondheim was born in New York on 22 March 1930, and is widely acknowledged as the most innovative, most influential, and most important composer and lyricist in modern Broadway history.​

For more than 50 years, Stephen Sondheim set an unsurpassed standard of brilliance and artistic integrity in the musical theatre. His accolades included an Academy Award, eight Tony Awards (more than any other composer) including the Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre, multiple Grammy Awards, multiple Drama Desk awards and a Pulitzer Prize.

He wrote the music and lyrics for:

  • Saturday Night (1954)
  • A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (1962)
  • Anyone Can Whistle (1964)
  • Company (1970)
  • Follies (1971)
  • A Little Night Music (1973)
  • The Frogs (1974)
  • Pacific Overtures (1976)
  • Sweeney Todd (1979)
  • Merrily We Roll Along (1981)
  • Sunday In The Park With George (1984)
  • Into The Woods (1987)
  • Assassins (1991)
  • Passion (1994)
  • Bounce (2003) which later became Road Show (2008)


He also wrote lyrics for:

  • West Side Story (1957)
  • Gypsy (1959)
  • Do I Hear A Waltz? (1965)
  • Candide (1973, additional lyrics)


Under the direction of David Aurilio, this umbrella organization “serves the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus and Atlanta Women's Chorus in fulfilling their vision to open hearts and minds through music in Atlanta for the past 42 years. Each chorus inspires dialog and drives social equity through artistic excellence. 

Each chorus inspires dialog and drives social equity through artistic excellence. Voices of Note provides a voice for the LGBTQIA community, which is an underserved and underrepresented aspect of society. Their programming affirms and uplifts the community with music and storytelling that inspires hope, creates community and provides positive role models for both the internal and external community. Voices of Note has more than 170 members who work, rehearse and perform, as well as our board of directors and staff.”

This is a Something Special Sundays performance presented by Marilyn Ginsberg Eckstein.



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