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Corner Concert to be held at abandoned Shriner Temple

Corner Concerts

Trevor Young

December 3, 2014

What makes a concert successful? Is it the balanced enigma of polished musical acts? Perhaps it’s the nuance and adornment of creative venues? It could even be as simple as having an energetic, lively and devoted crowd. Andrew Eck believes in a synthesis of all these factors, each critical to pulling...

Downtown venues offer art viewing opportunities

Credit: Emily Farlow

Trevor Young

October 2, 2014

It comes to fruition too often that young adults take for granted the companionship of visual art. The habituation of college life leaves us in a state of overly analytical operation, existing primarily to satisfy the academic expectations that govern our efforts as students. Still, something about the...

Atlanta orchestra suffers lockout: Foreshadowing for future of classical music?

Credit: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Trevor Young

October 2, 2014

BREAKING: (Update Sept. 28) The Board of Directors of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra announced that president and CEO Stanley Romanstein has resigned from his position. Romanstein said in a statement, “I believe that my continued leadership of the A.S.O. would be an impediment to our reaching a new...

Inaugural recital celebrates Joan Stockstill Godsey Concert Series

Inaugural recital celebrates Joan Stockstill Godsey Concert Series

Trevor Young

September 16, 2014

It has been a strenuous past few months for the realm of classical music. Just an hour and fifteen minutes up the road, the Atlanta Symphony makes headlines with its unfortunate inability to find harmony between artists and management. This contention has warranted a grueling struggle and has threatened...

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