EarRelevant is Atlanta’s leading source for classical and post-classical music journalism.

Founding Publisher & Principal Writer

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Mark Gresham (b. 1956) writes about classical and post-classical music, in addition to other arts. A composer and conductor as well as a journalist, he co-founded the monthly publication Chorus! in 1989 and edited it through 1995. A selection of his interviews from the magazine was published in 1997 as a book, Choral Conversations. In addition to EarRelevant he is currently the Atlanta correspondent for American Record Guide, and also writes occasionally for OPERA Magazine (UK). He was a contributing writer for ArtsATL from 2011 until the middle of February 2019. He has also written for NewMusicBox, Where Atlanta/Georgia Traveler and Creative Loafing, among others. In 2003, Gresham received an ASCAP/Deems Taylor Award for music journalism.