Tag Archives: ASO Chorus

Carnegie Hall.(credit: Chris Lee Photographer)

Carnegie Hall cancels concerts, including Atlanta Symphony’s “Missa solemnis”

Mark Gresham | 17 MAR 2020 @ 6:00am ET (updated 17 MAR @ 7:01pm) NEW YORK, NY— Carnegie Hall announced Monday evening that it is cancelling all public concerts through May 10. That time frame includes the April 4 […]

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus perform Ralph Vaughan Williams' "Serenade to Music." (credit: Jeff Roffman)

Review: Spano and ASO forces deliver beauty in Vaughan Williams, joy in Bach

Mark Gresham | 07 FEB 2020 Audience members braved the uncertain wake of severe weather to attend Thursday night’s performance by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus, of music by Ralph Vaughan Williams and J.S. Bach. ASO music […]

Review: Tradition marks Christmas with the ASO, but spark is missing

Mark Gresham | 10 DEC 2019 Tradition is the passing along of that which is of value to the next generations. Nowhere is this more telling than in the traditions of Christmas as expressed in the various performing arts. […]

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 […]