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5 Atlanta events you won’t want to miss: June 26-July 2
Common performs with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Pride Month comes to a close this weekend with a choir performance about Matthew Shepard and Keisha Lance Bottoms reading books with a local drag queen.
Robert Shaw documentary premieres at Atlanta Symphony this weekend
Robert Shaw: Man of Many Voices premieres at ASO on April 24. Producer Kiki Wilson discusses Shaw's legacy and the making of the documentary.
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s Jane Little becomes longest-serving orchestral player ever
The ASO's only remaining original member discusses her seven-decade-long career, auditioning for Robert Shaw, and why she chose to play bass.
22 Atlanta Valentine’s Day events to celebrate romance
A romantic dinner isn't the only way to celebrate Valentine's Day. Get your heart literally pumping at a one-mile underwear run, or let a tenor serenade your loved one. Whether you're someone's Valentine or still looking for one, here are 22 romantic events.
Krog Street inspires an ASO premiere
As any eastside commuter can attest, one rarely drives through the Krog Street tunnel—the graffiti gallery/underpass connecting Cabbagetown and Old Fourth Ward—without spying an aspiring musician or model posing for a photo shoot.
Maestro: With the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Robert Spano redefines 21st century classical music
A composer before he became a conductor, and a former director of Tanglewood's Festival of Contemporary Music, Robert Spano is at the center of a whirlwind in classical music that's blowing the dusty doors off the symphonic world.