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Sounds of the season ring out in Atrium
By DeAllous Smith

December is truly the most wonderful time of the year. As passengers travel to start new traditions and celebrate old ones, Hartsfield-Jackson invites them to share in its own festive tradition: the Holiday Music Series.

“Our music programs are wonderful opportunities for passengers to pause and reflect as they travel to their destinations,” said Katherine Marbury, Airport Art Program manager. “Hartsfield-Jackson has always shared in the spirit of the holidays through music. Even the Grinch could not take away the joy of this treat!”

Frequent travelers know that the Airport has a rich tradition of offering musical programs throughout the year. Other music series include Black History Month, Latino Heritage Month and JazzFest.

“It’s about giving back to our customers and employees,” Marbury said. “In addition to the great art exhibits housed at the Airport, our passengers have overwhelmingly supported the Airport’s music series. It’s a great way to relax and unwind.”

The December music series will be held in the Atrium every weekday, December 14-23, from 5 to 7 p.m.

The list of dates and performers in the Atrium is below:

December 14: Twisted Royalty
December 15: Tri-Cities High School Chorus
December 16: Trey Wright and Friends
December 17: D’Vine
December 18: Cherisse Stephens

December 21: Monica Hargrave
December 22: Kingsized
December 23: Hotlanta Dixieland Jazz

There also will be performances on Concourse E from 4 to 6 p.m.:

December 17: Montana Skies
December 18: Hotlanta Dixieland Jazz

December 21: Trey Wright
December 22: Montana Skies
December 23: Orquesta Nova Sound

Two groups of carolers will rove the concourses from 2 to 6 p.m. on selected days: Like the Dickens (December 17-18) and Toast of Christmas Past (December 21-23).



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Montana Skies — Jonathan Adams (left) and Jennifer Adams — will perform on Concourse E on December 17 and 21 as part of the Holiday Music Series. Their musical style is called classical fusion.

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