Season Brochure - Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

2015
16
SEASON
LEGACIES
& LEGENDS
Robert
Spano
Robert Shaw
Choral Celebration
André
Watts
Karen
Gomyo
Atlanta
Symphony
Orchestra
Chorus
AtlantaSymphonyOrchestra
Itzhak
Perlman
YOUR AtlantaSymphonyOrche
What’s inside!
Season Overview
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Robert Shaw Choral Celebration
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Season Special Events
5
Delta Classical Series 1–4
6-9
Beethoven Mini-Festival Series
10
Casual Fridays and Chamber Recitals 11
POPS! Series
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Coca-Cola Holiday Concerts
14
Family & Youth Orchestra Concerts
16-17
Benefits and Prices
18-19
Complete Season Calendar
and Order Form
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With the 2015-16 season the
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
celebrates its 71st year by honoring
the tremendous legacy
of
Robert Shaw. 2016 marks
what would have been his 100th
birthday and his great gift to
Atlanta is the living tradition of
artistry and dedication he left to
us. Donald Runnicles and I have
chosen some of the greatest Robert
Shaw signature works in a season
that will see the orchestra return
to Carnegie Hall on his birthday
with our peerless Atlanta Symphony
Chorus to perform the Brahms
Requiem, one of Mr. Shaw’s
favorite masterworks. We also honor
Mr. Shaw’s spirit as we continue
stra 2015/16 season!
our championing of new works with
four world premieres
and a roster of guest soloists and
conductors, some of whom began
their careers under Mr. Shaw’s
guidance. The urgency of Robert
Shaw’s passion for connecting
with audiences guides us today.
He said: “To be an artist is not
the privilege of a few but the
necessity of us all.” All of us
at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
invite you to
join us
as we begin that quest again
next season.
— Robert Spano, Music Director
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Getting Started:
There are many paths to great music this season. We’ve curated a few with wonderful combinations
and exciting mixes of musical sensations. Below are the series packages available.
Delta Classical Compose Your Robert
6-CONCERT SERIES WITH
Own Series
Shaw Choral
A CURATED MIX
4+ CONCERT SERIES
Celebration
We have four specially
CREATED BY YOU!
curated series packages from
which to choose – Series
1, 2, 3 or 4. Pick just one
for a base of six concerts
for the season, or combine
them for a series of 12, 18 or
24 concerts. Love our own
musicians? Pick Series 1.
Like the Romantics as well?
Pick Series 1 & 3.
The choice is yours!
Details: Pages 6-9
Choose four or more
concerts from both our
Classical and POPS! seasons
to create the series that is
perfect for you! The flexibility
of this program prevents us
from guaranteeing the exact
same seats for every concert,
but you will stay in the same
section.
A helpful guide for
organizing and choosing
your perfect season is
located at the end of
this brochure.
5-CONCERT SERIES
Music Director Robert Shaw
was a legend in his own time,
and his tradition of excellent
choral music lives on in the
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Chorus, founded by Mr. Shaw
in 1970. This series is a joyous
celebration of his life, legacy
and impact on the Atlanta
Symphony Orchestra.
Mostly
Beethoven!
4-CONCERT SERIES
Who doesn’t love Beethoven?
The prolific and amazingly
talented composer is
celebrated with his very own
series this year, with four
concerts featuring four of
his finest piano concertos
and symphonies.
Details: Page 10
Details: Page 4
SO MUCH
Choose your series, then add on some of our specials, Holiday concerts and any other
Delta Classical or POPS! series concerts and get the best seats!
POPS!
6-CONCERT SERIES
AND NEW THIS YEAR,
3-CONCERT SERIES
We’ve expanded our
POPS! concerts this year
to include 10 GREAT
ENTERTAINMENT choices
for the whole family. The
6-concert series includes
some of the most engaging
music from movie and
Broadway culture to pop
favorites from years past.
Our new 3-concert matinee
series offers budget-friendly,
daytime performances that
are shorter in length.
Atlanta
Symphony
Youth
Orchestra
3-CONCERT
PERFORMANCES
It’s the future and it’s very
bright. See and hear the best
of the best with our Atlanta
Symphony Youth Orchestra
students, led by ASO
Assistant Conductor
and ASYO Music Director,
Joseph Young.
Special
Events
ADD THESE CONCERTS
TO YOUR SERIES
PACKAGE AND GET THE
BEST SEATS NOW!
Opening weekend and
Itzhak Perlman are two
must-see concerts that
will sell out quickly. NOW is
the time to purchase your
tickets to ensure the best
seats for these memorable
performances.
Details: Page 5
Details: Page 17
Details: Page 12
GREAT MUSIC!
Coca-Cola
Holiday
Concerts
INDIVIDUAL TICKETS
ON SALE NOW FOR
SUBSCRIBERS ONLY
BEFORE THE RUSH!
There’s no better way to
celebrate the holidays than
with the Atlanta Symphony
Orchestra and our expanded
Holiday concerts. Reserve
your tickets now for these
always in-demand concerts.
Details: Page 14
Subscriber
benefits
✔ Free ticket exchanges
✔ Advance notice of some
special programming
✔ Pre-purchase valet parking
(a benefit ONLY offered to
ASO subscribers)
✔ Discounted prepaid parking
in the Woodruff Arts Center
garage
✔ 10% savings to any
additional Thursday or
Saturday Delta Classical,
Friday and Saturday POPS!
and Family concerts
✔ Free open rehearsals and
Thursday concert previews
✔ 5 free pre-concert
Chamber Recitals for ticket
holders only
✔ Discounts at the Symphony
Store, High Museum of Art
and the Alliance Theatre
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A Special Series
Robert Shaw Legacy Celebration
There was only one Robert Shaw. His supreme intellect,
his force of personality, his musicianship, his standards
for study and performance, and his dynamic vision for the
place of the arts in modern society literally transformed my
life and the lives of so many others.
A giant of the 20th century musical scene, Shaw almost singlehandedly created a distinctly American choral style with his
landmark performances and recordings in New York, Cleveland
and Atlanta and with the Robert Shaw Chorale. He built the
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra into a disciplined and persuasive
ensemble. His passion for true amateurism in the arts at the
highest level produced the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus
and Chamber Chorus. The extraordinary force of his musical
DNA still courses through every fiber of this institution.
The exciting season described in this brochure reflects the realization
of Mr. Shaw’s dream for this orchestra and chorus in diverse and
imaginative ways. It is a true celebration of a unique and inspiring legacy.
Together with Robert Spano, Donald Runnicles, and all of my friends
and colleagues in the ASO and ASOC, I am honored to share it with you.
— Norman Mackenzie
NOV 12/14
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Latonia Moore, soprano
Jennifer Johnson Cano,
mezzo-soprano
Anthony Dean Griffey, tenor
Nathan Stark, bass
ASO Chorus
VERDI: Requiem
JAN 21/23
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Donald Runnicles, conductor
Kim-Lillian Strebel, soprano
Stephanie Lauricella,
mezzo-soprano
Shawn Mathey, tenor
Marko Mimica, bass
ASO Chorus
BEETHOVEN:
Missa solemnis
MAR 10/12
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Norman Mackenzie,
conductor
ASO Chamber Chorus
ASO Chorus
A SHAW CHORAL
CELEBRATION
MOZART: Mass in C,
“Coronation Mass”
BRAHMS: Nänie
MENDELSSOHN: Heilig
VERDI: Stabat Mater
POULENC: Gloria
in Excelsis Deo
DURUFLÉ: Requiem,
“Sanctus”
BACH: Mass in B Minor,
“Gratias agimus tibi”
MENDELSSOHN: Elijah,
“Lord, Our Creator”
APR 14/16
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Jessica Rivera, soprano
Nmon Ford, baritone
ASO Chorus
JONATHAN LESHNOFF:
Zohar WORLD PREMIERE
BRAHMS:
A German Requiem
JUN 9/11
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
André Watts, piano
BRAHMS:
Piano Concerto No. 2
BRAHMS:
Symphony No. 2
— a Robert Shaw favorite
Concerts listed above are also part of Delta Classical Series 1, 2, 3 & 4 packages.
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Special
5-concert
series!
Classical 5-concert
series 5
Bonus! Subscribers to
this series get two free
tickets to the premiere
screening of the
documentary film
Robert Shaw—Man of
Many Voices, April 24,
2016, at the Woodruff
Arts Center.
Season Highlights
you’ll not want to miss
SEP 17/19 Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Laura Tatulescu, soprano
Kelley O’Connor, mezzosoprano
ASO Chorus
OCT 18
Sun: 3pm
JAN 15
Fri: 8pm
Itzhak
Perlman
Dr. Martin
Luther King,
Jr. Tribute
Concert
RECITAL
Rohan De Silva, piano
Opening
Weekend
MAHLER: Symphony No.
2, “Resurrection”
There’s only one Opening
Weekend each season—so
make sure to mark your
calendar for this year’s grand
opening, featuring the best
of the ASO: Music Director
Robert Spano, the ASO
Chorus and the unmatched
musicians of your Atlanta
Symphony Orchestra. This
year celebrate our 71st
season with the music of
Mahler’s Second Symphony,
with guest soloists Laura
Tatulescu, soprano,
and Kelley O’Connor,
mezzo-soprano.
Sunday, October 18, the ASO
presents an intimate recital
featuring world-famous
violinist Itzhak Perlman.
Mr. Perlman plays works
for violin and piano. Don’t
miss a once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to hear a
legendary artist, performing
some of the world’s most
beloved chamber repertoire.
Recital length is
approximately 90 minutes
without an intermission.
Robert Spano, conductor
Joseph Young, conductor
Morris Robinson, bass
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had
a dream for the world, and the
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
will honor that dream and
celebrate the legacy of this
great man with a special
concert on his birthday, led by
Music Director Robert Spano
and ASO Assistant Conductor
Joseph Young, and featuring
our ASO Artist-in-Residence,
Morris Robinson.
JUN 9/11/12
Thu/Sat: 8pm/Sun: 3pm
Robert Spano, conductor
André Watts,
piano
BRAHMS:
Piano Concerto No. 2
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 2
Longtime friend of the ASO
André Watts returns to
close out the season with
the Brahms Second Piano
Concerto. One of Brahms’
friends characterized the
Second Piano Concerto,
composed 20 years after the
First, as “that of a grown man
to the youth.” The program
closes with the Second
Symphony, a charming,
lyrical work capped by one of
Brahms’ most carefree and
exuberant finales.
André
Watts
Itzhak
Perlman
Morris
Robinson
2015/16 Artist-in-Residence
MORRIS ROBINSON, bass
We are excited to continue the Artist-in-Residence series this year featuring Morris Robinson,
bass. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Artist-in-Residence is an official community advocate
of the ASO, and engages new audiences while featuring Atlanta’s world-class talent through
concerts, recitals, master classes and other education and community engagement events
throughout the season.
Morris Robinson is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most interesting and soughtafter basses performing today. Watch for his upcoming recital schedule and learn more about
Mr. Robinson at aso.org/Robinson.
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Classical 6-concert
series 1
This series is all about what makes the ASO so special—the deep pool of
talent from within the Orchestra—featuring percussionists Thomas Sherwood
and Charles Settle, the world-renowned ASO Chorus, Concertmaster David
Coucheron and a new work from ASO bassist and composer Michael Kurth.
SEP 24/26
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Thomas Sherwood,
percussion
Charles Settle, percussion
AVNER DORMAN:
Spices, Perfumes, Toxins!
TCHAIKOVSKY:
Symphony No. 5
NOV 5/7
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
JONATHAN LESHNOFF:
Symphony No. 2,
“Innerspace”
WORLD PREMIERE
BEETHOVEN:
Symphony No. 7
JAN 21/23
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Donald Runnicles, conductor
Kim-Lillian Strebel, soprano
Stephanie Lauricella,
mezzo-soprano
Shawn Mathey, tenor
Marko Mimica, bass
ASO Chorus
BEETHOVEN:
Missa solemnis
MAR 31/APR 2
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Thomas Søndergård,
conductor
Alexandre Tharaud, piano
BERLIOZ: Le Corsaire
Overture
RAVEL: Piano Concerto
for the Left Hand
RAVEL: Rapsodie espagnole
DEBUSSY: La mer
FEB 4/6
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
David Coucheron, violin
BRAHMS: Violin Concerto
MICHAEL KURTH:
New Work
R. STRAUSS:
Till Eulenspiegel
MAY 5/7
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Lothar Zagrosek, conductor
Javier Perianes, piano
MENDELSSOHN:
Calm Sea and Prosperous
Voyage Overture
SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1
Alexandre
Tharaud
Thomas
Sherwood
Charles
Settle
David
Coucheron
Donald
Runnicles
6
Javier
Perianes
Kim-Lillian
Strebel
Latonia
Moore
Jonathan
Biss
Robert
McDuffie
Louis
Lortie
Karen
Gomyo
Classical 6-concert
series 2
Vadym
Kholodenko
Prepare to be blown away by the power in this series—from Beethoven’s “Emperor”
Piano Concerto to Dvorˇák’s Seventh Symphony to Berlioz’ Symphonie fantastique—
all amazing, vibrant and moving compositions sure to set your night on fire.
OCT 1/3
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Jonathan Biss, piano
JENNIFER HIGDON:
Concerto for Orchestra
BEETHOVEN:
Piano Concerto No. 5,
“Emperor”
JAN 28/30
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Miguel Harth-Bedoya,
conductor
Vadym Kholodenko, piano
JIMMY LÓPEZ: Perú negro
PROKOFIEV:
Piano Concerto No. 3
ˇÁK: Symphony No. 7
DVOR
NOV 12/14
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Latonia Moore, soprano
Jennifer Johnson Cano,
mezzo-soprano
Anthony Dean Griffey, tenor
Nathan Stark, bass
ASO Chorus
VERDI: Requiem
FEB 18/20
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Cristian Macelaru, conductor
Karen Gomyo, violin
STRAVINSKY:
Petrushka (1947)
TCHAIKOVSKY:
Violin Concerto
BALAKIREV: Islamey
APR 7/8
Thu/Fri*: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Louis Lortie, piano
ALVIN SINGLETON:
Different River
GRIEG: Piano Concerto
SIBELIUS: Symphony No. 2
JUN 2/4
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Peter Oundjian, conductor
Robert McDuffie, violin
PHILIP GLASS:
The American Four Seasons
BERLIOZ:
Symphonie fantastique
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attend Friday, April 8
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Classical 6-concert
series 3
Rachmaninov, Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms—this series is all about Great Masters.
You’ll be thrilled by the melodic gifts and the elemental life force poured into these signature
works of the Classical and Romantic eras.
OCT 8/10
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Donald Runnicles, conductor
Christina Smith, flute
Elisabeth Remy Johnson, harp
SCHUBERT/arr. Webern:
Six German Dances
MOZART: Concerto for
Flute and Harp
DEBUSSY: Prelude to
The Afternoon of a Faun
BEETHOVEN:
Symphony No. 8
NOV 19/21
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Carlos Kalmar, conductor
Yevgeny Sudbin, piano
SUPPÉ: Poet and Peasant
Overture
BEETHOVEN:
Piano Concerto No. 1
BRAHMS (orch.
Schoenberg): Piano
Quartet in G Minor
MAR 3/5
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Marc Piollet, conductor
Augustin Hadelich, violin
BLACHER: Orchestral
Variations on a
Theme by Paganini
SIBELIUS:
Violin Concerto
BRAHMS:
Symphony No. 4
MAY 19/21
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Joseph Young, conductor
Christina & Michelle
Naughton, piano
HAYDN: Symphony No. 46
MOZART: Concerto No. 10
for Two Pianos
PROKOFIEV: Suite from
Romeo and Juliet
JAN 14/16
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Tatiana Monogarova, soprano
Morris Robinson, bass
Simon Trp˘ceski, piano
SHOSTAKOVICH:
Symphony No. 14
RACHMANINOV:
Piano Concerto No. 2
Augustin
Hadelich
Elisabeth
Remy
Johnson
Simon
Trp˘ceski
Christina
Smith
Christina
& Michelle
Naughton
Yevgeny
Sudbin
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APR 14/16
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Jessica Rivera, soprano
Nmon Ford, baritone
ASO Chorus
JONATHAN LESHNOFF:
Zohar WORLD PREMIERE
BRAHMS:
A German Requiem
André
Watts
Olli
Mustonen
A Shaw
Choral
Celebration
Christopher
Rex
Peter
Serkin
Classical 6-concert
series 4
Series 4 is all about incredible pairings of talent—Robert Spano conducting Brahms with
André Watts on piano, Principal Guest Conductor Donald Runnicles conducting Mahler
and Norman Mackenzie leading the Orchestra and Chorus in a tribute to Robert Shaw.
OCT 22/24
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Olli Mustonen, conductor
and piano
OLLI MUSTONEN: The Old
Church at Petäjävesi
BEETHOVEN:
Piano Concerto No. 3
PROKOFIEV:
Symphony No. 5
JAN 7/9
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Ludovic Morlot, conductor
Christopher Rex, cello
J. STRAUSS: Die
Fledermaus Overture
KORNGOLD: Straussiana
KORNGOLD: Cello Concerto
J. STRAUSS: Weiner Blut
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 3
FEB 25/27
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Peter Serkin, piano
MARK GREY:
Frankenstein Symphony
WORLD PREMIERE
BRAHMS:
Piano Concerto No. 1
MAR 10/12
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Norman Mackenzie,
conductor
ASO Chamber Chorus
ASO Chorus
A SHAW CHORAL
CELEBRATION
MOZART: Mass in C,
“Coronation Mass”
BRAHMS: Nänie
MENDELSSOHN: Heilig
VERDI: Stabat Mater
POULENC: Gloria
in Excelsis Deo
DURUFLÉ: Requiem,
“Sanctus”
BACH: Mass in B Minor,
“Gratias agimus tibi”
MENDELSSOHN: Elijah,
“Lord, Our Creator”
APR 21/23
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Donald Runnicles, conductor
MAHLER:
Symphony No. 9
JUN 9/11
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
André Watts, piano
BRAHMS:
Piano Concerto No. 2
BRAHMS:
Symphony No. 2
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Classical 4-concert
Mostly Beethoven! | series 6
A Beethoven mini-festival
OCT 1/3
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Robert Spano, conductor
Jonathan Biss, piano
JENNIFER HIGDON:
Concerto for Orchestra
BEETHOVEN:
Piano Concerto No. 5,
“Emperor”
OCT 8/10
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Donald Runnicles, conductor
Christina Smith, flute
Elisabeth Remy Johnson,
harp
SCHUBERT/arr. Webern:
Six German Dances
MOZART: Concerto for
Flute and Harp
DEBUSSY: Prelude to
The Afternoon of a Faun
BEETHOVEN:
Symphony No. 8
OCT 22/24
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Olli Mustonen, conductor
and piano
OLLI MUSTONEN:
The Old Church at
Petäjävesi
BEETHOVEN:
Piano Concerto No. 3
PROKOFIEV:
Symphony No. 5
Special
4-concert
series!
Concerts listed above are also part of
Delta Classical Series 2, 3 & 4 packages.
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NOV 19/21
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Carlos Kalmar, conductor
Yevgeny Sudbin, piano
SUPPÉ: Poet and Peasant
Overture
BEETHOVEN:
Piano Concerto No. 1
BRAHMS (orch.
Schoenberg): Piano
Quartet in G Minor
Casual Fridays
Four 6:30pm concerts, just one hour
and performed without intermission,
for only $25 each.
Add to your subscription now!
OCT 2 | Fri: 6:30pm
BEETHOVEN: Piano
Concerto No. 5, “Emperor”
Robert Spano, conductor
Jonathan Biss, piano
JAN 8 | Fri: 6:30pm
KORNGOLD: Cello Concerto
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 3
Ludovic Morlot, conductor
Christopher Rex, cello
FEB 5 | Fri: 6:30pm
BRAHMS: Violin Concerto
Robert Spano, conductor
David Coucheron, violin
MAY 6 | Fri: 6:30pm
MENDELSSOHN: Calm Sea
and Prosperous Voyage
Overture
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1
Lothar Zagrosek, conductor
Chamber
Recitals
NEW!
An extra benefit for season ticket holders of
Thursday concerts this year is the opportunity
to enjoy complimentary onstage seating to preconcert chamber recitals featuring our talented
ASO musicians. Repertoire to be announced.
OCT 8 | Thu: 6:45pm
JAN 14 | Thu: 6:45pm
MAR 3 | Thu: 6:45pm
MAR 31 | Thu: 6:45pm
MAY 19 | Thu: 6:45pm
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POPS! from the Big Top to Broadway!
The ASO POPS! series just keeps growing and this year there is definitely more to love,
with music from a Galaxy Far, Far Away to the best of the Great White Way!
POPS! Evening Series
This special series, custom designed for our Principal
POPS! Conductor Michael Krajewski, is one you won’t
want to miss. His witty banter and dedication to POPS!
music makes every concert one to remember.
OCT 16/17
Fri/Sat: 8pm
CLASSICAL MYSTERY
TOUR: A Tribute to The
Beatles
NOV 27/28
Fri/Sat: 8pm
STAR WARS & MORE:
The Best of John Williams
DEC 17/19
Thu*/Sat: 8pm
A VERY MERRY
HOLIDAY POPS!
All-City High School Chorus
*Friday subscribers attend
Thursday, Dec 17
POPS! Matinee Series
This family-friendly 75 minute POPS! Concert Series
will please music lovers of all ages, and features three
concerts your busy family will be sure to enjoy.
FEB 12/13
Fri/Sat: 8pm
VALENTINE’S ROMANCE
John Pizzarelli,
guitar & vocals
Jessica Molaskey, vocals
MAR 18/19
Fri/Sat: 8pm
TAPESTRY:
The Carole King
Songbook featuring
Liz Callaway
MAY 13/14
Fri/Sat: 8pm
THE GOLDEN AGE
OF BROADWAY
with the Atlanta Symphony
Orchestra Chorus
NOV 28
Sat: 2pm
STAR WARS & MORE:
The Best of John Williams
Michael Krajewski,
conductor
Select the
Evening or
NEW
Matinee
Series
DEC 5
Sat: 2pm
CIRQUE DE LA
SYMPHONIE
Holiday Spectacular
DEC 19
Sat: 2pm
A VERY MERRY
HOLIDAY POPS!
Michael Krajewski,
conductor
And that’s not all…
Add any one—or all—of these POPS! programs to make your season into a POPS! extravaganza.
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OCT 30/31
Fri: 8pm/Sat: 8pm
DANNY ELFMAN’S
Music From the Films of
TIM BURTON
featuring film clips
JAN 2/3
Sat: 8pm/Sun: 3pm
HOME ALONE
featuring complete film
Constantine Kitsopolous,
conductor
DEC 4/5/6
Fri/Sat: 8pm/Sun: 3pm
CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE
Holiday Spectacular
FEB 14
Sun: 7pm
VALENTINE’S ROMANCE
Michael Krajewski, conductor
John Pizzarelli, guitar & vocals
Jessica Molaskey, vocals
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MAY 15
Sun: 3pm
THE GOLDEN AGE
OF BROADWAY
with the Atlanta Symphony
Orchestra Chorus
Michael Krajewski, conductor
MAY 27/28/29
Fri: 8pm/Sat: 8pm/
Sun: 3pm
MICHAEL CAVANAUGH
performs Music of
Elton John and more!
Stuart Chafetz, conductor
Cirque de la
Symphonie
Liz
Callaway
Michael
Krajewski
Jessica
Molaskey
& John
Pizzarelli
Home
Alone
Michael
Cavanaugh
Star Wars
and More!
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It’s time to celebrate… as you on
Holiday concerts
Every holiday tradition around the world has one
thing in common—music! And no one captures
the magic of holiday music like the ASO, with a
breathtaking array of holiday programming.
From the acrobats of Cirque de la Symphonie,
to the traditional Christmas with the ASO, to
movie classics like Home Alone, there’s something
for everyone at the ASO this December.
DEC 4/5/6
Fri: 8pm/Sat: 2pm & 8pm/
Sun: 3pm
CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE
Holiday Spectacular
DEC 12/13
Sat: 2pm & 8pm/Sun: 3pm
CHRISTMAS
WITH THE ASO
Norman Mackenzie,
conductor
Morehouse College Glee Club
Gwinnett Young Singers
ASO Chorus
DEC 17/19
Thu: 8pm/Sat: 2pm & 8pm
A VERY MERRY
HOLIDAY POPS!
Michael Krajewski, conductor
Capathia Jenkins, vocalist
Morris Robinson, vocalist
All-City High School Chorus
JAN 2/3
Sat: 8pm/Sun: 3pm
HOME ALONE
featuring complete film
Constantine Kitsopolous,
conductor
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Family
OCT 31
Sat: 2pm
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HIJINX!
Joseph Young, conductor
This concert is sure to
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surprises! Boys and ghouls
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MAR 20
Sun: 3pm
MUSICAL STORY TIME
WITH THE ASO
Joseph Young, conductor
Music often tells us a story,
which is why so many
stories have been adapted
for orchestras. The Atlanta
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you and your family some
of the most exciting musical
stories of all time, including
Huckleberry Finn from
Mississippi Suite, Empress
of the Pagodas from Mother
Goose Suite and the retelling
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leads these talented young musicians in a demanding classical series sure to delight.
NOV 15
Sun: 3pm
OVERTURE CONCERT
Joseph Young, conductor
TCHAIKOVSKY:
Symphony No. 4
MAR 13
Sun: 3pm
CRESCENDO CONCERT
Joseph Young, conductor
JOHN ADAMS:
Chairman Dances
PUCCINI: La bohème,
Finale from Act 1
MAY 8
Sun: 3pm
FINALE CONCERT
Joseph Young, conductor
TCHAIKOVSKY:
Romeo and Juliet
GINASTRA:
Estancia
Concert length is
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Charles Settle, percussion
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JAN 21/23
Kim-Lillian Strebel, soprano
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Stephanie Lauricella, mezzo-soprano
Shawn Mathey, tenor
Marko Mimica, bass
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MICHAEL KURTH: New Work
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RAVEL: Rapsodie espagnole
DEBUSSY: La mer
Thomas Søndergård, conductor
Alexandre Tharaud, piano
MAR 31/APR 2
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SCHUMANN: Piano Concerto
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 1
Lothar Zagrosek, conductor
Javier Perianes, piano
MAY 5/7
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Robert Spano, conductor
Jonathan Biss, piano
OCT 1/3
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Robert Spano, conductor
NOV 12/14
Latonia Moore, soprano Thu/Sat: 8pm
Jennifer Johnson Cano, mezzo-soprano
Anthony Dean Griffey, tenor
Nathan Stark, bass
ASO Chorus
JIMMY LÓPEZ: Perú negro
PROKOFIEV: Piano Concerto No. 3
ˇÁK: Symphony No. 7
DVOR
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Vadym Kholodenko, piano
JAN 28/30
Thu/Sat: 8pm
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STRAVINSKY: Petrushka (1947)
TCHAIKOVSKY: Violin Concerto
BALAKIREV: Islamey
Cristian Macelaru, conductor
Karen Gomyo, violin
FEB 18/20
Thu/Sat: 8pm
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Robert Spano, conductor
APR 7/8
Louis Lortie, piano
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Peter Oundjian, conductor
Robert McDuffie, violin
JUN 2/4
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Yevgeny Sudbin, piano
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 1
BRAHMS/orch. Schoenberg: Piano Quartet in G minor
NOV 19/21
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RACHMANINOV: Piano Concerto No. 2
Robert Spano, conductor
Tatiana Monogarova, soprano
Morris Robinson, bass
Simon Trp˘ceski, piano
JAN 14/16
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Augustin Hadelich, violin
MAR 3/5 Thu/Sat: 8pm
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BRAHMS: A German Requiem
Jessica Rivera, soprano
Nmon Ford, baritone
ASO Chorus
APR 14/16
Thu/Sat: 8pm
Series 3
BLACHER: Orchestral Variations on a Theme
by Paganini
SIBELIUS: Violin Concerto
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 4
Donald Runnicles, conductor
Christina Smith, flute
Elisabeth Remy Johnson, harp
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MOZART: Concerto No. 10 for Two Pianos PROKOFIEV: Suite from Romeo and Juliet
Joseph Young, conductor
MAY 19/21
Christina & Michelle Naughton, piano Thu/Sat: 8pm
OLLI MUSTONEN: The Old Church at Petäjävesi
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 3
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Olli Mustonen, conductor and piano OCT 22/24
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KORNGOLD: Straussiana
KORNGOLD: Cello Concerto
J. STRAUSS: Weiner Blut
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 3
Ludovic Morlot, conductor
Christopher Rex, cello
JAN 7/9
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BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 1
Robert Spano, conductor
Peter Serkin, piano
FEB 25/27
Thu/Sat: 8pm
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A SHAW CHORAL CELEBRATION
Norman Mackenzie, conductor
MAR 10/12
MOZART: Mass in C, “Coronation Mass”
ASO Chorus & Chamber Chorus
Thu/Sat: 8pm
BRAHMS: Nänie | VERDI: Stabat Mater | MENDELSSHON: Heilig | POULENC: Gloria in Excelsis Deo
DURUFLÉ: Requiem, “Sanctus” | BACH: Mass in B minor, “Gratias agimus tibi”
MENDELSSOHN: Elijah, “Lord, Our Creator”
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Donald Runnicles, conductor
APR 21/23
Thu/Sat: 8pm
BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 2
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 2
Robert Spano, conductor
André Watts, piano
JUN 9/11
Thu/Sat: 8pm
CLASSICAL MYSTERY TOUR — A Tribute to The Beatles
Michael Krajewski, conductor
OCT 16/17
Fri/Sat: 8pm
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STAR WARS & MORE: The Best of John Williams
Michael Krajewski, conductor
NOV 27/28
Fri/Sat: 8pm
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A VERY MERRY HOLIDAY POPS!
Michael Krajewski, conductor
Capathia Jenkins, vocalist
Morris Robinson, bass
All-City High School Chorus
DEC 17/19
Thu/Sat: 8pm
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A VALENTINE’S ROMANCE
Michael Krajewski, conductor
John Pizzarelli, vocals & guitar Jessica Molaskey, vocals
FEB 12/13
Fri/Sat: 8pm
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TAPESTRY: The Carole King Songbook
featuring Liz Callaway
Michael Krajewski, conductor
Liz Callaway, vocalist
MAR 18/19
Fri/Sat: 8pm
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THE GOLDEN AGE OF BROADWAY with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus
Michael Krajewski, conductor
ASO Chorus
MAY 13/14
Fri/Sat: 8pm
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DEBUSSY: Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 8
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DEC 19
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HALLOWEEN HIJINX!
Joseph Young, conductor
OCT 31
Sat: 2pm
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Joseph Young, conductor
FEB 14
Sun: 3pm
MUSICAL STORY TIME with the ASO
Joseph Young, conductor
MAR 20
Sun: 3pm
BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 5, “Emperor”
Robert Spano, conductor
Jonathan Biss, piano
OCT 2
Fri: 6:30pm
KORNGOLD: Cello Concerto
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 3
Ludovic Morlot, conductor
Christopher Rex, cello
JAN 8
Fri: 6:30pm
BRAHMS: Violin Concerto
Robert Spano, conductor
David Coucheron, violin
FEB 5
Fri: 6:30pm
MENDELSSOHN: Calm Sea and Prosperous
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Lothar Zagrosek, conductor
MAY 6
Fri: 6:30pm
Joseph Young, conductor
NOV 15
Sun: 3pm
ASYO CRESCENDO CONCERT
Joseph Young, conductor
JOHN ADAMS: Chairman Dances | PUCCINI: La bohème, Finale from Act 1
MAR 13
Sun: 3pm
ASYO FINALE CONCERT
Joseph Young, conductor
TCHAIKOVSKY: Romeo and Juliet | GINASTERA: Estancia
MAY 8
Sun: 3pm
ASYO Concerts
STAR WARS & MORE: Michael Krajewski, conductor
The Best of John Williams
Casual FRIDAY Concerts
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NOV 28
Sat: 2pm
CIRQUE DE LA SYMPHONIE
Holiday Spectacular
DEC 5
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MOZART: Concerto for Flute and Harp
DEBUSSY: Prelude to The Afternoon of a Faun
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 8
Donald Runnicles, conductor
Christina Smith, flute
Elisabeth Remy Johnson, harp
OCT 11
Sun: 3pm
ITZHAK PERLMAN Recital
Itzhak Perlman, violin
Rohan De Silva, piano
OCT 18
Sun: 3pm
DANNY ELFMAN’S Music from
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CHRISTMAS WITH THE ASO
Norman Mackenzie, conductor
Morehouse College Glee Club
Gwinnett Young Singers
ASO Chorus
Coca-Cola Holiday Concert
A VERY MERRY HOLIDAY POPS!
Michael Krajewski, conductor
DEC 17/19
Capathia Jenkins, vocalist
Fri/Sat: 8pm
Morris Robinson, bass | All-City High School Chorus
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HOME ALONE featuring complete film
Constantine Kitsopolous, conductor JAN 2/3
Sat: 8pm/Sun: 3pm
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Robert Spano, conductor &
Joseph Young, conductor
Morris Robinson, bass
A VALENTINE’S ROMANCE
THE GOLDEN AGE OF BROADWAY with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus
Michael Krajewski, conductor
ASO Chorus
MICHAEL CAVANAUGH performs Music of Elton John and more!
Stuart Chafetz, conductor
Michael Cavanaugh, vocals
BRAHMS: Piano Concerto No. 2
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 2
Robert Spano, conductor
André Watts, piano
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JUN 12
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