ATL Symphony Musicians Foundation and Anacrusis Productions Ltd. invite you to join them on August 29, at the Westside Cultural Arts Center for a performance of Bach's entire masterpiece: all Six Brandenburg Concertos in a single evening’s concert, featuring ATL Symphony Musicians, conducted by Michael Palmer.
The Brandenburg Affair is a chamber music concert and reception event, to bring musicians, artists and music lovers together, to mark the summer's end and look forward to the 2015-2016 artistic season. Join us!
Welcome Reception 6:30 PM
Pre-Concert Talk 7:00 PM
Performance 7:30 PM
Pre-Concert Chamber Music
Be sure to join us Thursday, February 5th, at 6:45pm for the first ASO pre-concert Chamber Music program of the season.
Once again Ken Meltzer will lead the discussion and Q&A following the onstage program that includes music of the ASO's own Michael Kurth
and a wind serenade by Dvořák. The chamber music program will be a great start to a night of wonderful music by Gould, the Bruch Violin Concerto
with ASO concertmaster David Coucheron, and Dvořák Symphony No. 8 by your Atlanta Symphony Orchestra!
"Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child" for string quartet
Traditional, arr. Michael Kurth
Jay Christy and Kenn Wagner, violins
Jessica Oudin, viola
Joel Dallow, cello
Dvořák Serenade for winds, cello and double-bass in D minor op. 44
1. Moderato, quasi marcia
2. Minuetto, tempo di minuetto
3. Andante con moto
4. Finale, Allegro molto
Elizabeth Tiscione and Sam Nemec, oboes
Laura Ardan and Bill Rappaport, clarinets
Keith Bunke, Laura Najarian, and Juan de Gomar, bassoons
Brice Andrus, Sue Welty, and Jaclyn Rainey, horns
Daniel Laufer, cello
Joe McFadden, bass
Preview: Missing classical music? Locked-out ATL Symphony Musicians perform three concerts
by Mark Gresham
Once the concerts at Conant are over, the ATL Symphony Musicians will hardly be done for the month.
Next Tuesday, October 14, at Dunwoody United Methodist Church, they will present a single concert with guest solo cellist Matt Haimovitz. He will perform Haydn’s Cello Concerto in C and selected unaccompanied solo cello works. Prior will again conduct and his own composition, “Elegy for Aurora,” will be performed as well.
General admission is $25, at the door only, with discounts for seniors and students.
Plans are also in play for ATL Symphony Musicians to present a chamber music concert on Friday, October 17, at Peachtree Presbyterian Church’s Kellett Chapel. Details are still coming together, but anticipated performers include violinists David Coucheron and Anastasia Agapova, violist Catherine Lynn, cellists Christopher Rex and Brad Ritchie, flutist Todd Skitch, oboist Emily Brebach, clarinetist Laura Ardan, bassoonist Keith Buncke, harpist Elisabeth Remy Johnson and pianists Julie Coucheron, Tim Whitehead and Andrew Bayles.
General admission will be $20 with discounts for seniors and students.
Kennesaw, Ga. (Sept. 23, 2014)––
Musicians from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO) will perform two free concerts on Friday, September 26th, at 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at the Dr. Bobbie Bailey and Family Performance Center at Kennesaw State University. The musicians will also hold an open rehearsal with School of Music students on Friday afternoon.
The concerts are free and open to the public; seating is first come, first serve and no tickets are required. However, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Players Association will be accepting donations onsite.
On Monday, Sept. 22, the School of Music received notice from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra management that the ASO concert scheduled for Sept. 26th had been cancelled due to labor negotiations. Ticket holders were contacted by Kennesaw State on Monday regarding exchanges and/or refunds.
Michael Alexander, Interim Director of the School of Music, said, “We are proud of the partnership we have formed with the ASO, and we are disappointed that the concert that we originally planned has been cancelled due to the ongoing negotiations. We continue to hope for a positive resolution. As a School of Music, our job is to support great music and provide an educational opportunity for our students. These free concerts will help us provide a positive outlet for all involved during this difficult time.”
For more information contact the Box Office at 470-578-6650 or firstname.lastname@example.org