By Mark Gresham | 24 Jan 2014, ArtsATLThursday evening’s concert at Symphony Hall by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra featured music by Britten and Berlioz, led by ASO Music Director Robert Spano with pianist Wu Han as guest soloist. The concert was repeated Friday night on the road … • READ MORE on ArtsATL
By Mark Gresham | 22 Jan 2014, ArtsATLAtlanta’s chamber music scene is full of surprises. Such was the case on Saturday evening when a group billed as the Regency Piano Quartet performed at Spivey Hall. A completely unfamiliar ensemble name, the group was presented not by the Hall’s artist series but by … • READ MORE on ArtsATL
MINNEAPOLIS – On Tuesday, the Minnesota Orchestra marked the end of the longest work stoppage for any symphonic orchestra in U.S. history with a new three-year labor agreement. The bitter lockout lasted a total of 488 days. Read the article by Graydon Royce in the StarTribune.
Note: At the time of this post, the last update of the article was January 14, 2014 at 11:09pm.