Tag Archives: Robert Spano
Sorry I haven’t been keeping up with posting my work on this blog! I’ve been busy, but I’m going to try to get back at it! To start with, I have a real treat: a recent interview with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra … Continue reading
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution asked me to list a few of my picks for the most memorable moments in classical music in Atlanta in 2014. Here are my selections. Onward to an even better 2015!
Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring hasn’t lost its violent, terrifying, riot-inducing edge in its first 100 years. So says Atlanta Symphony Music Director Robert Spano. Read my interview with the conductor in Creative Loafing.
A monthly listing of Andrew Alexander’s picks for the top five arts events in Atlanta: 5. Sumptuary Arts at Mint Gallery, March 20-April 21
Robert Spano takes to the bench this weekend. The piano bench, that is. I interviewed the ASO Music Director about changing hats to play Beethoven’s Triple Concerto. Read all about it in Creative Loafing.
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will return to Piedmont Park this summer after a six year absence to give two free concerts. The concerts will take place at the Promenade near the Legacy Fountain located in the northwest corner of the … Continue reading
Michael Kurth, who plays bass for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, was inspired to write his first symphony by the bits of graffiti he saw spray-painted around Atlanta. The ASO gives the piece its world premiere April 4. Read my profile … Continue reading
My very first symphony review is now in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution!!! Check it out on the website.