Monthly Archives: January 2011

West Side Story, Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances a Draw for Audience

There are many who will argue which is the greatest love song of all time, and they will all be correct of their own merit. I will join that argument and say that “Somewhere”* from West Side Story is probably … Continue reading

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Interview: Pianist Jonathan Biss

American Pianist Jonathan Biss has come far since his 2000 New York recital debut at the 92nd Street Y’s Tisch Center for the Arts, and his New York Philharmonic debut under the baton of Kurt Masur. In two days, he’ll … Continue reading

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Franklin Pond String Quartet was a Meal for Friends

There are pieces of a symphony that may create an atmosphere of an intimate setting. Chamber concerts, as a whole, are the intimate meals for friends. The Franklin Pond String Quartet, made up of Atlanta Symphony Orchestra members, performed a … Continue reading

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