Chorus

Coro Vocati performed Craig Hella Johnson's theatrical oratorio "Considering Matthew Shepard" this past Saturday. (credit: David Woolf)

Coro Vocati’s “Considering Matthew Shepard” makes powerful social statement

William Ford | 01 JUL 2019 ATLANTA, GA— The American prairies seem endlessly long and mostly uninteresting to people who drive across the country’s vast mid-section. The big sky with the big sun makes sunglasses and air conditioning mandatory […]

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus. (credit: Raftermen)

Review: Atlanta Symphony features its Chorus in joyous Bernstein, jack-rabbit Beethoven

Mark Gresham | 12 APR 2019 Favorite repertoire naturally draws a crowd. In Atlanta, that is especially so when the esteemed Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus is involved. This week’s classical subscription concerts by the ASO and its Chorus sold […]

Johns Creek Symphony Orchstra and Johns Creek Chorale perform Duruflé's "Requiem." (credit: ©Ben Weitz)

Review: Choral-orchestral music flourishes in Atlanta’s northern suburbs

Mark Gresham | 19 MAR 2019 A pair of choral-orchestral concerts this past Saturday bore witness to the increasing growth of truly viable classical music offerings in the northern suburbs, well outside of Atlanta’s I-285 Perimeter Highway. At 4pm, […]

Robert Spano led the ASO forces Thursday night in Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony and Verdi's "Quattro pezzi sacri."

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus shine in late-life works by Mozart & Verdi

Mark Gresham | 22 FEB 2019 Thursday’s performance at Symphony Hall by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, led by ASO music director Robert Spano, featured a pair of late-life works by Mozart and Verdi. A repeat performance is […]