Georgia’s Rome Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Jeffrey Dokken.

In Wednesday’s (5/22) Rome News-Tribune (Rome, Georgia), Severo Avila writes, “The circus is coming back to town. The Rome Symphony Orchestra’s whimsical and wonderful circus concert has been such a big hit with Rome audiences that they’re bringing all the music and action—and food trucks—back for two performances June 8 and 9. Maestro Jeffrey Dokken said the show will be a blend of music and spectacular circus performances. ‘The symphony and Box Truck Productions are partnering once again to bring an all new, high flying show “Swingin’ Circus,’ Dokken said. ‘Featuring the return of several of our favorite artists, as well as a whole host of new and incredibly talented circus performers, this show will once again perfectly juxtapose music with movement to delight audiences young and old. The Rome Symphony Orchestra’s jazz ensemble will bring the house down …’ Circus acts will include silks, juggling, swing dancing, tightwire and of course the flying trapeze. The show will take place … on the grounds of Georgia Highlands College’s Rome campus.”