We are excited to bring back the Evenings in Appleby Gardens Concert Series after its hiatus last summer. The 2021 series will be virtual only—no need to leave the comfort of your home to enjoy the concert.  Stream the concerts on and from 8 pm to 9 pm every other Tuesday in June, beginning June 1.


Below is the full schedule for the 2021 Virtual Evenings in Appleby Gardens Concert Series:


  • Tuesday, June 1: Zanaiah Billups
  • Tuesday, June 29: Harcourt Waller


For more information, visit, email, or call 706-736-6244 or 706-821-2612.


About the acts:

Zanaiah Billups, a 2021 Davidson alumna, won second place in the Schmidt Vocal Arts Georgia competition and first place in the Southeast Regional National Association of Teachers of Singing competition for high school classical voice. Ms. Billups will be pursuing her bachelor’s degree at the Frost School of Music of the University of Miami in the fall of 2021 as a recipient of the Presidential Music Scholarship.
Doug Flowers is a veteran bluegrass musician and songwriter from Hephzibah. He performed in the bluegrass band Avalanche for many years. In 2015, with the success of the Doug Flowers & Friends album, Doug put together the Doug Flowers Band. In 2017, he released the Doug Flowers: Favorites album, which finished in the Top 100 list for Roots Music Report Contemporary Bluegrass CD in 2018. Learn more about Mr. Flowers at





Harcourt Waller received his training at The Peabody Conservatory of Music, The London College of Music, and St. Andrews Presbyterian College. Mr. Waller made his piano concert debut at Carnegie Hall of New York in 1987. Since then, he has performed numerous concerts on the East Coast, many of which aired on television and radio. He has recorded two albums that are available on CD for purchase. Harcourt presently lives in Savannah where he plays the piano for the Chatham Club and was the organist for Wilmington Island Presbyterian Church for 20 years.