Be all classy for Valentine’s Day with a symphony at Kennesaw State

You could trade those chocolates for cellos.

The Marietta-based Georgia Symphony Orchestra is offering a way for you and yours to be real fancy for Valentine’s Day with its “Heartstrings” performance.

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It gets its name from the string-heavy lineup which, according to the GSO website, will include the following pieces:

• Edward Elgar, “Serenade for Strings”

• Karl Jenkins, “Palladio mvt. I”

• Victor Herbert, “Serenade mvts. III and V”

• Gerald Finzi, “Romance in E flat”

• Claude Debussy “Danse Sacrée et Danse Profane” with a featured performance by harpist Julie Koenig

• Gustav Mahler, “Adagietto from Symphony No. 5”

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The show will be at 8 p.m. on Feb. 10 — the Saturday before the mushy day — at the Bailey Performance Center, located at 488 Prillaman Way on the Kennesaw State University campus.

Adults can get tickets for between $20 and $30; student tickets are $10. Tickets can be purchased online.

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Feb. 14 is all about love and chocolate — lots and lots of chocolate.

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