Mark Gresham | 16 APR 2021
On Sunday, April 11, The Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchetsra streamed its spring Crescendo concert, which was recorded in March.
Normally the ASYo, involving over a hundred young musicians performs as a single, unified large orchestra. Under the last 13 months of pandemic conditions, however, that has not been possible, and solutions needed to be found to make possible for ASYO performances to continue safely, at least in a streamed video format with no live audience in the hall.
For convenience of our readers, we’ve embedded the video farther down on this webpage. But first, here’s what ASO associate conductor and ASYO music director Jerry Hou had to say to EarRelevant earlier this week about some of the decisions which led up to the successful production of this ASYO event:
Watch the concert in the embedded video below:
Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra: Crescendo concert
• Jessie MONTGOMERY: Banner
• RAVEL: Le Tombeau de Couperin
• MARTINU: Double Concerto for Two String Orchestras, Piano and Timpani