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Performer: Kelley O'Connor

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AtlantaDonald Runnicles Conducts Hansel And Gretel (concert performance)

Humperdinck: Hänsel und Gretel
Sir Donald Runnicles; Jacquelyn Stucker; Michaela Martens; Kelley O'Connor; Elizabeth Bishop

AmsterdamConcertgebouworkest: Made in America III

Het Concertgebouw
Higdon, Lieberson, Newman, Korngold, Herrmann, Williams
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra; Stéphane Denève; Kelley O'Connor

HoustonAndrés' farewell: Mahler's Resurrection Symphony

Mahler: Symphony no. 2 in C minor 'Resurrection'
Houston Symphony; Andrés Orozco-Estrada; Ana María Martínez; Kelley O'Connor; Houston Symphony Chorus
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Sir Donald Runnicles does it all in Atlanta

The Scottish conductor held the podium and the piano bench in an expansive program that included Wagner, Britten, Debussy and the Georgia-based composer Carlos Simon.
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Robert Spano conducts Ravel in Atlanta

Robert Spano and Kelley O'Connor produce a gossamer Shéhérazade in Atlanta.
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The NY Phil remembers women's suffrage with new commissions

The concert paired strong new works by Joan La Barbara, Nicole Lizée and Paola Prestini with compositions by Luciano Berio and George Crumb for a satisfying evening of adventurous works for voice.
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Stéphane Dèneve begins his farewell to Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Orchestra's principal guest conductor offered a typically diverse program of Stravinsky, Peter Lieberson and Lera Auerbach.
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Impassioned Atlanta Mahler 8 strives to achieve balance

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.
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A confused “Resurrection” at the Houston Symphony

In a failed mash-up, the Houston Symphony performed only the first movement (the three-minute “Prelude: Maestoso”) of Ives’ Fourth Symphony and continued attacca into the 80 minutes of Mahler's "Resurrection."
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