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Conductor Arthur Fagen in rehearsal at Indiana University. (source: Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music)

CD review: Music of David Diamond, orchestras of Indiana University

Karl Henning | 20 MAY 2019 David Diamond: Symphony No. 6, Rounds for String Orchestra, Romeo and Juliet Indiana University Chamber Orchestra Indiana University Philharmonic Orchestra Arthur Fagen, conductor NAXOS American Classics (8.559842) When as broadly popular a twentieth-century […]

Jennifer Barlament, executive director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, is interviewed by Gail O'Neill for Collective Knowledge. (credit: Felipe Barral)

Collective Knowledge video series makes dubut

Mark Gresham | 14 MAY 2019 “Spreading knowledge is the most altruistic thing we can do as human beings” is the premise behind Collective Knowledge, a new video series from IGNI Productions which makes its debut this Thursday, May […]

Jupiter String Quartet (credit: (Sarah Gardner)

CD Review: “Alchemy” transforms and transfixes

Curtis Bryant | 09 MAY 2019 The new album, Alchemy, on the Marquis Classics label is a collaboration between the acclaimed Jupiter String Quartet and Australian pianist Bernadette Harvey. It features piano quintets and piano quartets by composers Pierre […]

Money Mark plays the Echolodeon at Moogfest. (credit: Scott Burland)

A Moogfest journal

Scott Burland | 2 MAY 2019 – Special to EarRelevant Moogfest celebrated its 15th anniversary last weekend, April 25-28, in Durham, North Carolina. Named in honor of pioneer synthesizer designer Robert Moog, since 2004 Moogfest has acted a forum […]

The Woodruff Arts Center's South entrance to the building that houses Symphony hall and the Alliance Theater.

WAC hack!

Woodruff Arts Center experiences serious IT breach, still unresolved after a week. Mark Gresham | 26 APR 2019 At the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s sold out concert Thursday evening, ticket-holding patrons experienced something unusual that was a throwback to earlier […]