Symphony & Opera

ASO principal guest conductor Doinald Runnicles. (credit: Simon Pauly)

Review: Runnicles leads Atlanta Symphony in a colorful French excursion

Mark Gresham | 24 MAY 2019 On Thursday evening at Symphony Hall, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performed a concert of early 20th-century French music by Milhaud, Canteloube and Debussy, led by principal guest conductor Donald Runnicles, and featuring soprano […]

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 […]

Brothers Mark and Paul Yancich are soloists for James Oliverio's DYNASTY: Double Timpani Concerto with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. (credit: Jeff Roffman)

Review: Atlanta Symphony reprises two commissioned works for new CD

Mark Gresham | 10 MAY 2019 Thursday’s concert by the Ma href=”http://www.atlantasymphony.org” target=”_blank”>Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, led by music director Robert Spano, was as much final preparations for recording sessions as it was concert. The program featured repeat performances of […]

The Lied Center stage.

Road trip: Four reviews from Nebraska

William Ford | 08 MAY 2019 OMAHA & LINCOLN, NB—  Sometimes a musical event matches perfectly with the venue in which it is staged. The Omaha Chamber Music Society (OCMS) sponsored one of its Eko Nova series of contemporary […]