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Event Schedules

2/14 Wednesday (date changed)
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Home Musicale in Alpharetta

2/15 Thursday
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Online Recital

2/29 Thursday
11 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
PianoWorks Musicale
Focus Groups:
Chopin Preludes & Bach Inventions
& Well-tempered Clavier

Or you can play any music you want.

3/3 Sunday
3:00 - 5::00 p.m.
Steinway Piano Galleries 

Steinway Pianist David Watkins and GMG Performers

2023 GMG Accomplishments

  • 36 musicales

  • 13 concerts

  • 25 locations

  • 5 master classes

  • 1300+ participants in Musicales

  • The Fourth Annual Spivey Hall Concert

  • Maestro Jura Margulis lecture, concert, and masterclass

  • Maestra Janice Weber lecture and masterclass

  • Donations to help others

  • Silent auctions for Distinguished Artists fundraising


Distinguished Artist Series

The World Renowned Pianist & Educator,

Dr. Tamás Ungár’s Master classes and Lectures

Wednesday, 3/20 & Thursday, 3/21 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

PianoWorks  2805 Buford Hwy, Duluth, GA 30096


Professor of Music, Texas Christian University

Founder and Executive Director, PianoTexas International Festival & Academy

Pianist Tamás Ungár has earned worldwide acclaim for his powerful performances and innovative programming. A regular guest artist at numerous music centers in the United States, he also performs and teaches frequently all over the globe.

3/20  4 master classes + Lecture - Mozart in depth 

3/21  4 master classes + Lecture Beethoven in depth

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Wesleyan College 
MUS 620 Advanced Literature Seminar:
The Romantic Concerto


Few works are more revered and beloved in the classical music repertoire than the Romantic Concerto.  These large works for solo instrument and orchestra have captured the imaginations of audiences and performers alike, reaching their height in the first half of the 19th century.  Composers such as Brahms, Mendelssohn, Chopin, the Schumanns, Saint-Saens, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Grieg, and Amy Beach are just a few who have created masterpieces in this genre.  This 8-week course will explore the roots of European Romanticism, as a reaction to the rationalism of the Enlightenment Age, and its embodiment in deeply emotional and complex masterworks that have remained staples of the repertoire. Students will embark on weekly readings, presentations and discussions of seminal works from the period, as well as have the opportunity to learn and perform an excerpt from their favorite Concerto, if desired. 


  • Course dates are March 12th, 2024 through May 3rd, 2024

  • Classes will take place on 8 consecutive Tuesdays from 7:00-8:30pm Eastern time via Zoom

  • Optional “Romantic Concerto Performance Party” in May (date and location TBA)

  • Taught by Dr. Chenny Gan, Associate Professor of Music at Wesleyan College

  • Auditor Option: $450 for 8 weeks (GMG Member discount, depending on membership level)

  • For-Credit Option towards a Graduate Certificate or Masters degree in Music: Please contact Dr. Gan for more information. (478) 757-5147

 link to the Auditor application.

 link to the Program Homepage


Check:  send a check payable 

"Georgia Musicale Group" or "GMG" to:

Julie Woodall, GMG Treasurer

226 Oak Creek Drive

Dawsonville, GA  30534

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