Tag Archives: Stephen Mulligan

Violinist Justin Bruns performs Astor Piazzolla's "" with the conductor Stepehen Mulligan and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. (credit: Tango dancers Eva Lucero and Patricio Touceda shared the downstage spotlight with violinist Justin Bruns in Astor Piazzolla's "Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas." (credit: Rand Lines)

Review: Atlanta Symphony pairs “Seasons” of Vivaldi and Piazzolla to start the new year

Mark Gresham | January 7, 2019 In May 2018, I heard violinist Justin Bruns and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stephen Mulligan, perform Vivaldi’s Le quattro stagioni (The Four Seasons) in a concert at the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center […]

ASO associate conductor Stephen Mulligan. (digital art based on a photo by Jeff Roffman)

Review: Atlanta Symphony rings in the new year with sounds of Old Vienna

Mark Gresham | January 2, 2019 On Tuesday evening the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, led by associate conductor Stephen Mulligan, celebrated the turn of the new year with a concert of mostly Viennese music, played to a large and appreciative […]

Stephen Mulligan leads the ASO at centennial Olympic Park. (credit: Raftermen)

ASO delights downtown in first “Around the A” concert

The days grow short when you reach September, and evening shadows fall sooner downtown where tall buildings intervened with remaining western sunlight, shading the Southern Company Amphitheater where the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performed an outdoor concert on Wednesday evening. […]

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 […]

ASO assistant conductor Stephen Mulligan and pianist Nikolai Lugansky in Thursday's performance of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

Atlanta Symphony thrills with music of Sibelius and Rachmaninoff

Mark Gresham | 15 FEB 2019 A sold-out Symphony Hall was the place to be on Thursday evening, when the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, led by assistant conductor Stephen Mulligan, performed a compelling concert of music by Sibelius and Rachmaninoff, […]