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

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February 2017
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AtlantaConductor Michael Francis and Pianist Benjamin Grosvenor Make Their Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Debuts

Copland, Saint-Saëns, Vaughan Williams
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Michael Francis; Benjamin Grosvenor

AtlantaViolin Virtuoso Benjamin Beilman Performs Sibelius

Theofanidis, Sibelius, Adams
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Benjamin Beilman

AtlantaRussian Masters Featuring Pianist Marc-André Hamelin

Shostakovich, Medtner, Tchaikovsky
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Michael Stern; Marc-André Hamelin

AtlantaCasual Fridays: Russian Masters

Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Michael Stern

AtlantaChristopher Theofanidis' Creation/Creator

Theofanidis: Creation/Creator
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Jessica Rivera; Sasha Cooke; Thomas Cooley; Nmon Ford

AtlantaRobert Spano Leads All-Rachmaninov Program

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Stephen Hough
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A resplendent Mahler 1 in Atlanta

A powerful performance of a Beethoven piano concerto and a Mahler symphony highlight Robert Spano's return to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
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Runnicles and Gerstein deliver searing Tchaikovsky in Atlanta

Donald Runnicles has been principal guest conductor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for about a decade. He has developed a reputation as someone who how can shake things up, in a good way, each time he visits. 

Oundjian leads polished Bartók in Atlanta

Guest Conductor Peter Oundjian led outstanding interpretations of three familiar pieces by Rimsky-Korsakov, Haydn and Bartók.
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Vivaldi with abandon: Atlanta Symphony hosts Avi Avital

Guest Laura Jackson leads the Atlanta Symphony in three light pieces and a masterwork, with soloist Avi Avital.
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Spano and the Atlanta SO strike sparks

After Knussen's Flourish with Fireworks, a program of mighty works from the early 20th century find Spano and the ASO on superb form.
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Drenched by the sea in Atlanta

The summer’s extreme heat and lack of rain have created drought conditions in Atlanta. As fate would have it, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra this week programmed two works drenched with water, albeit of the salty variety.
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