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Salle: Atlanta Symphony Hall

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Adresse1280 Peachtree Street
Atlanta
GA GA 30309
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AtlantaKirill Gerstein Performs Mozart

Mendelssohn, Mozart, Tchaïkovski
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider; Kirill Gerstein

AtlantaWagner's Tristan und Isolde (Atlanta Premiere) - Act I

Bach, Wagner
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Tamara Wilson; Simon O'Neill; Jamie Barton; Ryan McKinny

AtlantaWagner's Tristan und Isolde (Atlanta Premiere) - Act II

Schönberg, Wagner
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Tamara Wilson; Simon O'Neill; Jamie Barton; Ryan McKinny

AtlantaWagner's Tristan und Isolde (Atlanta Premiere) - Act III

Purcell, Wagner
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra; Robert Spano; Tamara Wilson; Simon O'Neill; Jamie Barton; Ryan McKinny
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In Atlanta, a special evening with Pinchas Zukerman and Yoel Levi

Pinchas Zukerman © Cheryl Mazak
Yoel Levi and Pinchas Zukerman perform Bruch's gorgeous Violin Concerto with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

The in-laws in Atlanta: Wagner and Liszt headline Villaume's program

Emmanuel Villaume, Andrew von Oeyen and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra © Jeff Roffman
In Atlanta, guest conductor Emmanuel Villaume and pianist Andrew von Oeyen powerfully perform a Liszt concerto.

Northern Lights: Atlanta Symphony explores rare repertoire

Thomas Søndergård conducts the Atlanta Symphony © Jeff Roffman
In a bold move, guest conductor Thomas Søndergård conducts three Atlanta premieres by late-Romantic Scandinavian composers.

Impassioned Atlanta Mahler 8 strives to achieve balance

Robert Spano © Angela Morriss
Spano marshaled the vast forces with sensitive balance in many moments. But the difficulty of achieving a proper blend amidst the thick timbral texture prevented the performance from reaching transcendence.

Runnicles and the ASO play Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky

Donald Runnicles © Simon Pauly
Donald Runnicles and the Atlanta Symphony play a charged final symphony of Shostakovich and a compelling Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with soloist James Ehnes

Irfan and Spano collaborate on impressive Bartók in Atlanta

Tengku Irfan and Robert Spano © Nunnally Rawson
The ASO and Maestro Spano have started out the orchestra’s 75th anniversary year with hot-blooded performances that matched Atlanta's weather. 

Violin sensation Joshua Bell returns to Atlanta

Joshua Bell © Bill Phelps
Violinist Joshua Bell returns to light up the 75th anniversary of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra with a fiery performance of Wieniawski's Second Violin Concerto.

Richard Prior's dark work ...of shadow and light... shines

Robert Spano © Angela Morris
Robert Spano’s love of contemporary music was apparent in this program that featured the return of two intriguing recent works, beautifully performed by the ASO and The Brothers Yancich.