Tag Archives: Schumann

Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason performs Elgar's Cello Concerto with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor Carlos Kalmar. (photo: Jeff Roffman)

Review: Sheku Kanneh-Mason gets lyrical in Elgar’s Cello Concerto

Mark Gresham | 26 APR 2019 On Thursday evening, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performed a program of music by Sullivan, Elgar and Schumann, led by guest conductor Carlos Kalmar and featuring cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason as guest soloist. The concert […]

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, […]

Pianist Emanuel Ax (photo: Lisa Marie Mazzucco)

Review: Pianist Emanuel Ax engages with fresh and familiar works

Mark Gresham | 25 MAR 2019 On Sunday afternoon at Spivey Hall, esteemed pianist Emanuel Ax performed an appealing solo recital comprised of short works, mostly presented as complete cycles but with a couple of singletons in the mix. […]