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The ASO’s latest album will mark bassist Michael Kurth’s national debut as a symphonic composer

Since the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra performed his fanfare “May Cause Dizziness” in 2011, the group has commissioned and premiered five more of Kurth's melodic, polyphonic, and intensely rhythmic works. “Robert Spano has opened doors and trusted me and championed me,” Kurth said.

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra premieres Creation/Creator

In 2012, music director Robert Spano commissioned Christopher Theofanidis to create a new work for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Yet the composer didn’t set down the first notes for the piece, "Creation/Creator," until last spring, after months spent researching creation stories from different cultures.

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra celebrates its 70th season

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra celebrates its seventieth season by proving why it’s a city staple, with plenty of selections from the classical canon (Beethoven’s Ninth, October 2, 4, 5; Handel’s Messiah, December 4–5) as well as more provocative current pieces.
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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.

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