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.