Tag Archives: Donald Runnicles

ASO principal guest cionductor Donald Runnicles. (source: video frame capture / ASO)

Review: Runnicles leads ASO in music of Haydn, cellist Eudeikis solos, Peachtree String Quartet plays Mozart

Mark Gresham | 26 OCT 2020 The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra premiered the third streamed video concert of its virtual classical subscription series this past Thursday, with principal guest conductor Donald Runnicles leading the orchestra in music by Franz Joseph Haydn, […]

As real as it gets: music director Robert Spano leads the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. (source: of ASO)

ASO announces virtual reinvention of 2020-21 fall season

Jon Ross | 13 AUG 2020 The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will open its 2020-2021 season on the last weekend of September with music director Robert Spano leading and violin luminary Gil Shaham as soloist, just as it was announced […]

Violinist James Ehnes performs Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with the ASO and principal guest conductor Donald Runnicles. (credit: Rand Lines)

Review: James Ehnes soars in Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto

Mark Gresham | 08 NOV 2019 On Thursday evening at Symphony Hall, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, performed a concert of music by Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky, led by principal guest conductor Donald Runnicles and featuring Canadian violinist James Ehnes. The […]

ASO principal conductor Donald Runnicles (credit Jeff Roffman, 2017)

Review: Donald Runnicles leads the ASO in an emotionally dark program

William Ford | 04 NOV 2019 The Romantic period in music is generally said to have been from about 1830 to 1900 (although there were late-blooming Romantic composers even into the 1930s). Music from the Romantic era is probably […]

A scene from Houston Grand Opera's "Rigoletto," directoed by Tomer Zvulun. Texas Classical Review says, "Michael Mayes was devastating in the title role of Verdi’s “Rigoletto” (photo credit:: Lynn Lane)

Atlanta artists out and about: New York, Houston, Sydney, Dallas

EarRelevant Staff | 30 OCT 2019 Prominent Atlanta artists often hit the media in other parts of the world. Here are four recent reviews of October shows which involved a few of the city’s prominent names: NEW YORK CITY, […]