Monthly Archives: January 2019

Dantes Rameau with one of his young students.

Dream come true: A conversation with Atlanta Music Project executive director Dantes Rameau

Mark Gresham | 16 JAN 2019 Dantes Rameau, co-founder and executive director of the Atlanta Music Project, came to Atlanta with a dream of bringing accessible, intensive, tuition-free music education to under-served youth in their own neighborhoods. When AMP […]

Cellist Johannes Moser performs with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra this Thursday and Saturday.

Johannes Moser performs Bernstein’s “Three Meditations” with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra this week

Mark Gresham | 15 JAN 2019 · 9:00am ET Cellist Johannes Moser performs with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra this Thursday and Saturday, joining Robert Spano and the orchestra in Leonard Bernstein’s “Three Meditations from MASS.” Moser flies in today […]

Admiral Launch Duo: saxophonist Jonathan Hulting-Cohen and harpist Jennifer R. Ellis

Admiral Launch Duo proves sax and harp surprisingly amiable companions

Mark Gresham | 10 JAN 2019 When saxophonist Jonathan Hulting-Cohen and harpist Jennifer R. Ellis first performed together, they were struck by the varied and beautiful blending of timbres that came from this instrumental odd couple, and decided it […]

A baker's dozen of ATL Symphony Musicians get cooking in a performance of Wagner's Siegfried Idyll. (photo: Mark Gresham)

ATL Symphony Musicians reach out with 6th annual appreciation concert

Mark Gresham | 07 JAN 2019 On Sunday bright and sunny afternoon, the ATL Symphony Musicians presented their 6th annual Appreciation concert at Kellett Chapel in Atlanta’s tony Buckhead neighborhood, performing music by Ibert, Wagner and Brahms. The concert […]