Monthly Archives: February 2015

Review: ASO flutist Christina Smith flaunts chemistry with pianist Robert Henry at KSU recital [ArtsATL]

by Mark Gresham | 27 Feb 2015

Robert Henry and the in-demand Christina Smith at KSU. (Photo by Mark Gresham)

Morgan Hall at Kennesaw State University’s Bailey Performance Center was the scene of a free recital on Monday night by flutist Christina Smith and pianist Robert Henry…
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Review: Suchoň Quintet, with Michiko Otaki, finishes strong with Slovak edge in Spivey debut [ArtsATL]

by Mark Gresham | 24 Feb 2015

The Suchoň Quintet is on its first American tour. (Photo courtesy Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina)

On Sunday afternoon the Suchoň Quintet made its Spivey Hall debut with pianist Michiko Otaki in the final days of their month-long first American tour…
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Preview: Bent Frequency, CORE join forces for “on love” Valentine’s treat at Callanwolde [ArtsATL]

by Mark Gresham | 11 Feb 2015

Decatur’s CORE Performance Company and Bent Frequency offer their unique take on Valentine’s Day.

This weekend, the dance artists of CORE Performance Company and musicians of Bent Frequency will perform a new collaborative work, on love, at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center …
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Review: ASO artist in residence Russell Thomas enthralls with captivating Ebenezer concert [ArtsATL]

by Mark Gresham | 10 Feb 2015

Russell Thomas has a third solo concert scheduled in April. (Photo by Trevor Cochlin)

On Saturday afternoon, tenor Russell Thomas — the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s inaugural artist in residence this season — performed a free recital at Ebenezer Baptist Church …
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Review: ASO has intonation issues on Gould; Coucheron steals the evening with trademark tone [ArtsATL]

by Mark Gresham | 7 Feb 2015

David Coucheron, center, with guest conductor Tito Muñoz. (Photo by Jeff Roffman)

On Thursday evening at Symphony Hall the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performed a program of music by Gould, Bruch and Dvořák led by guest conductor Tito Muñoz with ASO concertmaster David Coucheron as featured violin soloist. …
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Review: Sonic Generator revisits the old, brings in the new in Terminal West concert [ArtsATL]

by Mark Gresham | 6 Feb 2015

Violinist Helen Kim with Sonic Generator at Terminal West. (Photo by Mark Gresham)

On Wednesday, high-tech new music ensemble Sonic Generator performed the first concert of their season at Terminal West, the über-hip 7,000-square-foot music and special events …
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