Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Atlanta, GA, United States

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AtlantaLeonard Bernstein and the Beethoven Seventh

Bernstein, Saint-Saëns, Beethoven
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Peter Oundjian; David Coucheron

AtlantaBeethoven's "Emperor" Concerto

Kurth, Bernstein, Beethoven
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Jorge Federico Osorio; Jennifer Johnson Cano

AtlantaBeethoven and Heroism in the "Eroica" Symphony

Kurth, Bernstein, Beethoven
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Robert McDuffie

AtlantaLeonard Bernstein's Irresistible Operetta Candide

Bernstein: Candide
Robert Spano; Susan Booth; Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus; Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

AtlantaMessiah with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus

Mozart, Handel
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Norman Mackenzie; Jeanine De Bique; Magdalena Wór; Grant Knox; Gerard Sundberg

AtlantaOrganist Gail Archer Tours "A Russian Journey" Album in Atlanta

Cui, Glazunov
Gail Archer, Organ
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A powerful El amor brujo in Atlanta

The Atlanta Symphony and guest conductor Jun Märkl spin a spell with Falla's El amor brujo, with soprano Catalina Cuervo. 
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Morlot and Chen team up for thrilling Prokofiev in Atlanta

Ludovic Morlot makes a grand return to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in a program of 20th-century works, highlighted by a masterful performance of Prokofiev's Second Violin Concerto, with soloist Ray Chen. 
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Spano Conducts a Concert Version Otello in Atlanta

With Verdi's Otello, Music Director Robert Spano continues a recent Atlanta Symphony Orchestra tradition of presenting grand operatic works in a concert hall version
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Runnicles and Smith master an all-French program

The Atlanta Symphony, under Principal Guest Conductor Donald Runnicles, was joined by one of its own, flute soloist Christina Smith, in fine performances of late 19th-century are mid-20th-century French music.
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A Rachmaninov focus in Atlanta

Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra play an all-Rachmaninov concert, with pianist Stephen Hough performing in the First Piano Concerto. 
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Spano and Theofanidis create a powerful partnership

Robert Spano leads a masterfully staged performance of Theofanidis' grand oratorio Creation/Creator.
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