Monthly Archives: February 2019

John Mauceri conducts the ČNSO at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

Review: Czech National Symphony Orchestra performs at Schwartz Center, Candler Series announces 2019-20 season

Mark Gresham | 18 FEB 2019 This past Friday evening, Emory University’s Flora Glenn Candler Concert Series hosted the Czech National Symphony Orchestra (Český národní symfonický orchestr), under the direction of conductors John Mauceri and Steven Mercurio, featuring mezzo-soprano […]

ASO assistant conductor Stephen Mulligan and pianist Nikolai Lugansky in Thursday's performance of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

Review: Atlanta Symphony thrills with music of Sibelius and Rachmaninoff

Mark Gresham | 15 FEB 2019 A sold-out Symphony Hall was the place to be on Thursday evening, when the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, led by assistant conductor Stephen Mulligan, performed a compelling concert of music by Sibelius and Rachmaninoff, […]

Atlanta Opera will reprise its 2014 production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly as part of its 2019-20 season.

The Atlanta Opera announces 2019-20 season celebrating 40th anniversary

Mark Gresham | 14 FEB 2019 @ 8:05am ET When better than Valentine’s Day to reveal plans for a season of operas based on risky relationships? “Dangerous Liaisons” is the overarching theme of The Atlanta Opera’s upcoming 2019-20 season, […]

John Mangham, property owner; Aisha Moody, AMP co-founder & director of choirs; Dantes Rameau, AMP co-founder & executive director

Atlanta Music Project signs lease on future HQ space

Mark Gresham | 13 FEB 2019 @ 3:25pm ET ATLANTA, GA – The Atlanta Music Project announced this afternoon the signing of a 12-year lease on property that will serve as its first ever headquarters, establishing physical roots in […]

Edenwood Duo: guitarist Catherine Struys and cellist Wouter Vercruysse

CD Review: Edenwood Duo displays assurance, nuance in Another Place

by Mark Buller | 13 FEB 2019 The Belgian guitar/cello Edenwood Duo have, since their inception in 2016, worked to showcase recently-written works; indeed, given the relative scarcity of literature for this particular instrumentation, the need for new pieces […]