Profiles & Q&As

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 […]

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 […]

Jennifer Barlament, Executive Director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra., in interviewed by Gail O'Neill for the "Collective Knowledge" video series. (credit: Felipe Barral)

Atlanta Symphony’s Jennifer Barlament featured in this week’s episode of Collective Knowledge

EarRelevant Staff | 1 AUG 2019 “Spreading knowledge is the most altruistic thing we can do as human beings,” say Gail O’Neill and Felipe Barral, co-creators of Collective Knowledge, an original video series of half-hour conversations with thought leaders, […]

The Yancich brothers solo with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performance of James Oliverio’s "DYNASTY: Double Timpani Concerto" on May 9, 2019. Photography by Jeff Roffman.

Timpani Serendipity: A Tale of Two Brothers

Mark Gresham | 19 JUL 2019 Author’s Note: The original version of this article about sibling timpanists Mark and Paul Yancich was written for the May 2019 issue of Encore Atlanta, the program booklet of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. […]