Orchestra Noir, the groundbreaking all African-American orchestra who has previously been featured with superstars like the Migos, 2 Chainz, and Bryan-Michael Cox, continues to push boundaries and set trends with its upcoming black-tie event “Runway at the Symphony” on November 25, 2017 at Center Stage Atlanta. Meastro Jason Ikeem Rodgers will lead an exciting evening
of orchestral and operatic masterpieces as well as innovative DJ collaborations that will provide the soundscape as male and female models walk the runway showcasing Atlanta’s newest fashions.
Orchestra Noir has gained critical and commercial acclaim by attracting Atlanta’s trendsetting and fashion-forward community and successfully fusing classical music with pop culture. After “Runway at the Symphony”, Orchestra Noir is scheduled to headline the Angela Simmons’ hosted New Year’s Eve party “Toast the Throne”. Major brands, such as formal wear giant Men’s Wearhouse, have taken notice of the orchestra’s stylish and luxury driven branding and demographic which has resulted in a
partnership for “Runway at the Symphony.” “This event aligns with our [Men’s Wearhouse] core values.“ Men’s Wearhouse District Formalwear Manager, Jerome Tobler, states. “It is a win – win opportunity for both partners.”
Orchestra Noir was founded in 2016 and has been covered in prominent regional and national publications across the country. Orchestra Noir has also gained celebrity fans such as renowned actor, comedian, and radio host D.L. Hughley and Rico Wade from superstar producing group Organized Noize.
For more information on Orchestra Noir please visit www.orchestranoir.com.
To purchase tickets to “Runway at the Symphony” visit
www.centerstage-atlanta.com. “Runway at the Symphony” is sponsored in part by Bowtie Photos, Uninis Designs Studio, and GBS Solutions Group LLC.