Monthly Archives: February 2019

David Adam Moore taks center stage as Eugene Onegin in a new production by The Atlanta Opera. (photo: Jeff Roffman)

Q&A: David Adam Moore unravels Onegin

Mark Gresham |28 FEB 2019 American baritone David Adam Moore stars in the title role of Tchaikovsky’s opera Eugene Onegin in a new production by Atlanta Opera that opens this Saturday at the Cobb Energy Centre. The run of four performances […]

Calidore String Quartet (photo: Marco Borggreve)

Calidore String Quartet engages the ear with classic and contemporary works

Mark Gresham | 26 FEB 2019 On Sunday’s sunny afternoon at Atlanta’s Spivey Hall the Calidore String Quartet (violinists Jeffrey Myers and Ryan Meehan, violist Jeremy Berry and cellist Estelle Choi) performed a pair of “final” quartets by Haydn […]

Composer and ASO contrabassist Michael Kurth

Michael Kurth’s String Quartet No. 2 gets aired on Performance Today

Mark Gresham | 23 FEB 2019 Michael Kurth‘s 2017 String Quartet No. 2, “Some of a Sudden,” got some nationwide radio airtime on yesterday’s Performance Today with host Fred Childs. Kurth is an Atlanta-based composer and contrabassist with the […]

Robert Spano led the ASO forces Thursday night in Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony and Verdi's "Quattro pezzi sacri."

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus shine in late-life works by Mozart & Verdi

Mark Gresham | 22 FEB 2019 Thursday’s performance at Symphony Hall by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, led by ASO music director Robert Spano, featured a pair of late-life works by Mozart and Verdi. A repeat performance is […]

Andrew von Oeyen

Pianist Andrew von Oeyen impresses with Ravel, Liszt

Mark Gresham | 20 FEB 2019 This past Sunday afternoon, pianist Andrew von Oeyen performed a solo recital of music by Massanet, Dutilleux, Ravel and Liszt at the highly esteemed Spivey Hall at Clayton State University in Morrow, Georgia, […]