Chamber & Recital

Audio Q&A: Conductor Murry Sidlin discusses his Hours of Freedom: The Story of The Terezin Composer

John Lemley and Mark Gresham | 02 DEC 2019 This Thursday evening, as part of its Fran Eizenstat and Eizenstat Family Memorial Lecture Series, the Ahavath Achim Synagogue presents Hours of Freedom: The Story of The Terezin Composer, a […]

Terminus Ensemble at Whitespace Gallery on Sunday. (digitally transformed photo. credit: Mark Gresham)

Review: Terminus Ensemble plays mostly locally grown new music at Whitespace Gallery

Mark Gresham | 20 NOV 2019 There are fortuitous occasions when Atlanta’s November weather cooperates in a pleasant way, just clear enough and warm enough for a pleasant walk or even sitting for an hour outdoors. Such was the […]

Composer Brian Raphael Nabors. (courtesy of ASO)

Rapido!-winning composer Brian Raphael Nabors receives two world premieres in Atlanta this week

John Lemley and Mark Gresham | 18 NOV 2019 This is a big week in Atlanta for composer Brian Rafael Nabors: two world premieres in one week, one by the Atlanta Chamber Players and the other by the Atlanta […]

l-r: Choo Choo Hu, piano, Grace Kawamura Stubbart, violin, Nicole Frankel, flute, Jiyeon Choi, clarinet, Joseph Petrasek percussion, and Laura Usiskin, cello, peform Louis Andriessen's “Workers Union.” (credit: Mark Gresham)

Review: Ensemble VIM’s excellent debut shows promise for future

Mark Gresham | 13 NOV 2019 Atlanta’s new music scene benefited mightily from Sunday’s debut of Ensemble VIM at Kellett Chapel in Buckhead. The new group is he latest contemporary ensemble to establish itself in the city, following on […]