Monthly Archives: July 2019

Top row, l-r: Jonathan Bryan, Ellen Jackson, Isaac Kim. Bottom row, l-r: Álvaro Corral Matute, Jouelle Roberson, Elizabeth Sarian. (photos courtesy of The Atlanta Opera.)

Atlanta Opera announces 2019-20 Studio artists

EarRelevant Staff | 16 JUL 2019 ATLANTA, GA–  Today, the Atlanta Opera announced the six members of its 2019-20 Atlanta Opera Studio, the fourth year of this growing and successful program. The Studio has two returning artists and four […]

Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton is featured soloist in the closing concert of the Bellingham Festival of music, this Friday, July 19. (courtesy of Bellingham Festival of Music.)

This Week: July 17 – 23, 2019

★ Posted on Mondays, the listings are for Wednesday through the following Tuesday. ★ It’s summer and local concerts are few and far between, so there are no local live listings of concerts this week. In the meantime, have […]

Elena Dubinets begins her work as the ASO's Chief Artistic Officer in August. (photo courtesy of the ASO)

Atlanta Symphony names Elena Dubinets as Chief Artistic Officer

Mark Gresham | 14 JUL 2019 ATLANTA, GA—  Elena Alexandrovna Dubinets has been named by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra as its Chief Artistic Officer, a new position created by merging the roles of Vice President of Artistic Planning and […]

Violinists David Coucheron and Kate Ranson, violist Julianne Lee and Cellist Charae Krueger perform Gershwin's "Lullaby for String Quartet." (photos credit: Mark Gresham)

Review: Music of Gershwin and Mozart opens Highlands-Cashiers Festival

Mark Gresham | 11 JUL 2019 The Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival kicked off its 2019 season this past weekend with a pair of programs each featuring the music of a single composer. The first, focused on music of George […]

Piano duo Christi and Jennifer, from a previous OCMS concert. (source: Facebook)

Review: Piano duo delights in Omaha Chamber Music Society concert

William Ford | 10 JUL 2019 OMAHA, NE— On a beautiful warm, sunny Sunday afternoon in July, over 300 people turn out to hear an Omaha Chamber Music Society (OCMS) concert. With the frequent dire predictions in the popular […]