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Jeremy Denk talks Bach. (source: video frame capture)

Review: Jeremy Denk talks Bach, teaches virtual masterclass to Emory students

Jeremy Denk, piano, presented by the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts on their Virtual Stage: (Emory University). •  January 29, 2021: SePrformance and conversation about selected preludes and fugues from Bach’s Well Tempered Clavier, Book I. • January 27, […]

A walking path bridge at Panola Mountain State Park, southeast of Atlanta.

THIS WEEK: November 11-17, 2020

EarRelevant Staff | 10 NOV 2020 ★ Posted on Tuesday afternoons, event listings are for Wednesday through the following Tuesday. TOP LIVE & LOCAL · BROADCASTS & STREAMS ♫ = live performance with audience 🎧 = audio broadcast or […]

Review: Atlanta Chamber Players premiere Nabors’ 7 Dances

Mark Gresham | 20 NOV 2019 On Tuesday evening, the Atlanta Chamber Players returned to one of their more interesting, favorite venues, the Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse, to perform an engaging concert of engaging music by a pair of living […]

A scenic mountain vista overlooking Highlands, North Carolina.

Music in the Mountains [The Alexander Report]

Mark Gresham | 26 JUN 2019 The annual Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music festival in western North Carolina begins July 5. I wrote the linked preview of the festival for The Alexander Report — another new arts journal in Atlanta created […]

Third Coast Percussion: David Skidmore, Peter Martin, Robert Dillon and Sean Connors. (credit: Saverio Truglia)

CD review: Third Coast Percussion’s “Perpetulum” showcases percussionists with extraordinary abilities

Olivia Kieffer | 30 May 2019 On March 29, 2019, Chicago-based quartet Third Coast Percussion released their newest album, Perpetulum. This is a powerhouse of a recording, with virtuosic performances by the ensemble throughout. It is certainly a “percussionist’s […]