Chamber & Recital

Violinist Helen Hwaya Kim and pianist Robert Henry. (source: video frame capture/KSU)

Review: Kim and Henry mark 10th anniversary of musical collaboration with works by Bach, Brahms and Respighi

Mark Gresham | 09 OCT 2020 Kennesaw State University has been live-streaming concerts from its Bailey Performance Center long before the COVID-19 pandemic — years before, that is, not weeks or months. It was the first university to do […]

Atlanta Chamber Players performing at The Shakespeare Tavern on November 18, 2019, their last live concert before the pandemic shut down their live concerts. L-R: Helen Hwaya Kim, violin; Catherine Lynn, viola; Elizabeth Pridgen, piano; Brad Ritchie, cello; Brice Andrus, horn, and Ted Gurch, clarinet. (credit: Greg Mooney)

Atlanta Chamber Players launch 2020-21 season

EarRelevant Staff | 08 OCT 2020 ATLANTA, GA– This morning, the Atlanta Chamber Players announced their 2020-21 concert season – the ensemble’s 45th consecutive season. Four concerts, involving both in-person and virtual experiences, are planned in metro-Atlanta, intended to […]

Recently raised: "The Big Tent" in which the Atlanta Opera will perform this fall. (video capture, Felipe Barral/TAO)

The Atlanta Opera adds three live concerts to its “Big Tent” productions

EarRelevant Staff | 07 OCT 2020 ATLANTA– On Tuesday afternoon The Atlanta Opera announced its fall Big Tent Concert Series comprised of three new, live concerts woven into the schedule of the company’s productions of Pagliacci and The Kaiser […]

A different angle on the Vega Quartet, thanks to Emerson Hall's expanded camera setup.

Vega Quartet plays Beethoven to Schwartz Center’s new video setup

Mark Gresham | 05 OCT 2020 On Saturday evening, the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta presented the fifth installment of the complete string quartets of Ludwig van Beethoven, as performed by the Vega Quartet, in celebration of the […]

Vega Quartet with ASO concertmaster David Coucheron standing in as first violin. (video frame capture)

Review: Three chamber concerts offer varied virtual experiences

Mark Gresham | 24 SEP 2020 Nothing is like a live performance, of course, but when pandemic or simple distance says you can’t have that, video has become the closest simulacrum for most people these days, providing both visual […]