Tag Archives: Morris Robinson

l-r: mezzo-sopranos Kelley O'Connor and Michelle DeYoung, sopranos Erin Wall and Evelina Dobračeva, conductor Robert Spano, tenor Toby Spence, baritone Russell Braun and bass Morris Robinson. (credit: Jeff Roffman)

Review: Mahler’s “Symphony of a Thousand” brings together massive forces in a rare musical experience

Mark Gresham | 15 NOV 2019 Live performance of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 is a once-in-a-generation event in a city that has the resources to credibly mount one. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has now presented the work three […]

bass Morris Robinson sings “Ha wie will ich triumphieren” from Mozart's The Abduction from the Seraglio. (credit: Jeff Roffman)

ASO’s “Opera’s Greatest Hits” proves a lively, engaging open-air concert

Mark Gresham | 21 JUn 2019 A cool breeze wafted across the grass at Piedmont Park on Wednesday as clouds gathered from the west, offering some shade from the hot summer sun. No real threat of rain, as it […]

Atlanta Opera will reprise its 2014 production of Puccini's Madama Butterfly as part of its 2019-20 season.

The Atlanta Opera announces 2019-20 season celebrating 40th anniversary

Mark Gresham | 14 FEB 2019 @ 8:05am ET When better than Valentine’s Day to reveal plans for a season of operas based on risky relationships? “Dangerous Liaisons” is the overarching theme of The Atlanta Opera’s upcoming 2019-20 season, […]