Monthly Archives: September 2019

Photograph of the Southeastern US at night, January 29, 2012, taken by the Expedition 30 crew of the International Space Station. Atlanta is the very bight area just right of center. (courtesy of NASA)

Create Locally, Market Globally

Mark Gresham | 20 SEP 2019 I am a creative professional and Atlanta native. At 63 years of age, I have seen a lot of changes in both the city’s arts community and its business community over in the […]

Musical team: conductor David Robertson and pianist Orli Shaham. (courtesy of the Sydney Symphony)

CD Review: Orli Shaham gives Mozart a fresh, modern voice

Melinda Bargreen | 19 SEP 2019 Does the world really need another recording of Mozart piano concertos? When the recording is good enough, the answer is “Yes” – as it is in this disc pairing two of Mozart’s most […]

Mahsa Vahdat (center) in a performance with Kronos Quartet. (credit: Evan Neff)

Kronos Quartet, Mahsa Vahdat lead an exotic Islamic musical journey

Mark Gresham | 16 SEP 2019 Kronos Quartet returned to Atlanta this past Saturday evening for a concert at the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts with Iranian singer Mahsa Vahdat. The program, entitled Music for Change: The Banned Countries, […]

Superstar violinist Joshua Bell performs with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra this Friday, Saturday and Sunday. (credit: Lisa Marie Mazzucco)

This Week: September 18 – 24, 2019

★ Posted on Mondays, the listings are for Wednesday through the following Tuesday. TOP FIVE LIVE · BROADCASTS & STREAMS TOP FIVE LIVE WED/18 JASON CASANOVA · Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center @ 8pm. KSU faculty recital […]

Violinist Joshua Bell playing the Gibson ex-Huberman Stradivarius. (credit: Eric Kabik)

Joshua Bell: The story behind my Gibson ex-Huberman Stradivarius violin

Joshua Bell | 13 SEP 2019 My violin is more than 300 years old. Known as the Gibson ex Huberman, the revered instrument came into my life one fateful day during the summer of 2001. I was in London […]