Tag Archives: Brice Andrus

ASO principal flute Christina Smith takes a bow with conductor Donald Runnicles after performing Leonard Bernstein's "Halil." (credit: Jeff Roffman)

Runnicles leads ASO in winning program of Beethoven, Bernstein

Mark Gresham | 31 MAY 2019 Thursday’s performance by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra was the first of three in the penultimate week of the orchestra’s 2018- -19 subscription season, the second season of their “LB/LB” festivities, celebrating the birth […]

Music director Robert Spano (center) conducts Michael Gandolfi's "Imaginary Numbers," surrounded by soloists: Elizabeth Tiscione, Laura Ardan, Brice Andrus and Andrew Brady. (photo: Jeff Roffman)

Review: A night of concertos for the Atlanta Symphony

Mark Gresham | 05 APR 2019 On Thursday evening at Symphony Hall, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Robert Spano, performed a concert entirely comprised of three different types of concertos by Gandolfi, Mozart and Bartók, with […]