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Soprano Christine Goerke sings Leonore’s passionate “Abscheulicher” aria with Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in Thursday's performance of Beethoven's "Fidelio." (Credit: Jeff Roffman)

Review: Beethoven’s Fidelio caps Atlanta Symphony subscription season

Mark Gresham | 7 JUN 2019 On Thursday, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Robert Spano, performed a concert version of Beethoven’s sole opera, Fidelio, as the grand finale offering of their 2018-19 subscription season. The concert, […]

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 […]

Brothers Mark and Paul Yancich are soloists for James Oliverio's DYNASTY: Double Timpani Concerto with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. (credit: Jeff Roffman)

Review: Atlanta Symphony reprises two commissioned works for new CD

Mark Gresham | 10 MAY 2019 Thursday’s concert by the Ma href=”http://www.atlantasymphony.org” target=”_blank”>Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Robert Spano, was as much final preparations for recording sessions as it was concert. The program featured repeat performances of […]

Violinist Daniel Hope, cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han perform Beethoven's "triple Concerto" with the ASO. (photo: Jeff Roffman)

ASO plays Beethoven and Schumann with assurance ahead of road trip to Savannah

Mark Gresham | 29 MAR 2019 Thursday night’s concert by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra was an excellent example of solid symphonic repertoire played with convincing assurance. Music director Robert Spano led the orchestra in music by Beethoven and Schumann, […]