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Violin Sensation Joshua Bell Returns

Robert Spano launches the 75th anniversary season with a classic blend of star power and orchestral fireworks.

Robert Spano launches the 75th anniversary season with a classic blend of star power and orchestral fireworks. Superstar violinist Joshua Bell "dazzles in the breathtaking Violin Concerto No. 2 by Wieniawski" [classicalwcrb.org]. And the ASO soloists bring first-class artistry to a stunning Concerto for Orchestra by Atlanta School composer Jennifer Higdon. Joshua Bell returns to the stage for the sparkling Zigeunerweisen (Gypsy Airs) by the Spanish violin virtuoso Pablo de Sarasate.

Opening Night Pre-Concert Reception on Friday, Sept 20 at 6 p.m.
Come celebrate our 75th season with drinks and a buffet dinner in Center Space at 6 p.m. Cost is $50 per person. Just add your reception tickets when checking out.

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Fri. 09/20/19 8:00 PM

Sat. 09/21/19 8:00 PM

Sun. 09/22/19 3:00 PM

Tengku Irfan Makes his ASO Debut with Bartók

A program engineered to excite the most exquisite yearning and all-out exhilaration.

The concert opens with the Preludes to Acts I and III of Wagner's Lohengrin, two pieces engineered to excite the most exquisite yearning and all-out exhilaration. And then Malaysian virtuoso Tengku Irfan throws his "sheer incisiveness and power" [The New York Times] into the impish charm and pianistic thunder of Bartók's Piano Concerto No. 2. Tengku Irfan makes his Atlanta Symphony Orchestra debut. From the stormy opening measures to its triumphant close, the Brahms First Symphony is a riveting and unforgettable symphonic journey.

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Thu. 10/03/19 8:00 PM

Sat. 10/05/19 8:00 PM

Edo de Waart Conducts Ein Heldenleben

Richard Strauss is a musical storyteller, conjuring cinema-like episodes in a fantasy battle between a heroic composer and the carping cognoscenti.

Before there were galactic guardians and alien overlords, musicians were clashing with critics. Richard Strauss is a musical storyteller, conjuring cinema-like episodes in a fantasy battle between a heroic composer and the carping cognoscenti. His massive tone poem Ein Heldenleben (A Hero's Life) is a feast for the ears fortified by orchestral muscle, melody and panache. The celebrated conductor Edo de Waart returns to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra with early-music specialist Ronald Brautigam, who makes his ASO debut with Mozart's merry Piano Concerto No. 22.

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Thu. 10/17/19 8:00 PM

Sat. 10/19/19 8:00 PM

Donald Runnicles Conducts Bruckner

Rich, haunting and melodious, the poignant art songs Abschiedslieder hint at the creative spark which would one day become the Hollywood sound.

At 24, the future film composer Erich Korngold was already at the height of his powers when he offered up this nostalgic post-war love letter to old Vienna. Rich, haunting and melodious, the poignant art songs Abschiedslieder hint at the creative spark which would one day become the Hollywood sound. Korngold was heir to the musical universe of Wagner and Bruckner, as evidenced in Wagner's entrancing "Good Friday Spell" or in the striking harmonies of Bruckner's Symphony No. 4. This week, two charismatic artists return to Atlanta: Maestro Donald Runnicles and the captivating mezzo-soprano Kelley O’Connor.

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Thu. 10/31/19 8:00 PM

Sat. 11/02/19 8:00 PM

James Ehnes and the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

James Ehnes returns to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to perform Tchaikovsky's irresistible masterwork.

When violinist James Ehnes issued a recording of Tchaikovsky's enchanting Violin Concerto, The Telegraph wrote "his dexterity is a marvel of lightness and precision," calling him a "supreme virtuoso of the instrument." The Grammy® Award-winning violinist returns to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to perform Tchaikovsky's irresistible masterwork. Also on the program, Atlanta favorite Donald Runnicles leads the Orchestra in Shostakovich's enigmatic final testament in the symphonic form, the Symphony No. 15.

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Thu. 11/07/19 8:00 PM

Sat. 11/09/19 8:00 PM

An All-Star Cast Sings Mahler's "Symphony of a Thousand"

Be part of history when the 27-time Grammy® Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Robert Spano assemble an all-star cast for Mahler's Symphony No. 8.

Be part of history when the 27-time Grammy® Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Robert Spano assemble an all-star cast for Mahler's Symphony No. 8. The internationally renowned Orchestra and Chorus continue to advance their legacy in the choral repertoire, bringing their singular power to Mahler's monument to spiritual transformation.

More than a century ago, Mahler convened more than a thousand performers onstage to extend his expansive vision of the symphony, animating texts from the medieval hymn "Veni creator spiritus" ("Come, Creator Spirit") and Goethe's Faust.

These concerts will be recorded for an upcoming release on the Atlanta Symphony's award-winning, in-house label ASO Media.

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Thu. 11/14/19 8:00 PM

Sat. 11/16/19 8:00 PM

Emanuel Ax Plays Brahms

Experience "one of the great classical artists of his generation at the peak of his ability" when Emanuel Ax tackles the broad vistas of Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1.

Experience "one of the great classical artists of his generation at the peak of his ability" [broadstreetreview.com] when Emanuel Ax tackles the broad vistas of Brahms' Piano Concerto No. 1. A piece that combines pianistic élan with the meatiness of a symphony, the "Brahms First" remains one of the most gratifying and most popular Romantic concertos.

Robert Spano presents the Brahms alongside two world premieres: a symphony by Atlanta-based Emory University composer and professor Richard Prior, and a piece by Rapido! Competition winner Brian Nabors.

Thursday evening includes a pre-concert chamber music recital at 6:45 p.m. in Atlanta Symphony Hall. Free for all ticket holders of the Nov. 21 and 23, 2019 concerts.

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Thu. 11/21/19 8:00 PM

Sat. 11/23/19 8:00 PM

Jorge Federico Osorio Returns to Perform de Falla

Celebrated throughout the world, the gardens of Andalusia are a wondrous blend of Roman and Moorish architecture bejeweled by intensely-hued tiles and fountains.

Celebrated throughout the world, the gardens of Andalusia are a wondrous blend of Roman and Moorish architecture bejeweled by intensely-hued tiles and fountains. Spanish composer Manuel de Falla draws you into these intoxicating spaces through the piano showpiece Nights in the Gardens of Spain. Robert Spano welcomes the elegant Mexican virtuoso Jorge Federico Osorio to perform this hypnotic score. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra closes the program with selections from Sergei Prokofiev's ballet masterpiece Romeo and Juliet.

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Thu. 01/09/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 01/11/20 8:00 PM

Beethoven at 250: The Violin Concerto

With these concerts, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra marks two historic milestones: the ASO's diamond anniversary season, and Beethoven at 250.

This week, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra marks two historic milestones: the ASO's diamond anniversary season, and Beethoven at 250. Spotlighting the Orchestra's world-class artistry, the ASO presents Beethoven's watershed contribution to the violin world, his Violin Concerto featuring Concertmaster David Coucheron. Also on the program, Robert Spano leads a parade of ASO soloists in the "sheerly enjoyable orchestral showpiece" [Gramophone] Concerto for Orchestra by Witold Lutosławski.

Also on the program, Two Organa by composer Oliver Knussen, whose relationship with Music Director Robert Spano and the ASO spanned two decades and six original compositions. Knussen's work gives insightful, fresh interpretations of the core classical repertoire that he loved, and Maestro Spano wishes to dedicate these performances to Oliver Knussen's memory.

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Thu. 01/16/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 01/18/20 8:00 PM

Sun. 01/19/20 3:00 PM

Elizabeth Koch Tiscione Performs the Vaughan Williams Oboe Concerto

Guest conductor James Gaffigan leads the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in an exuberant piece at the cusp of the Romantic era: Beethoven's Symphony No. 1.

2020 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of the Beethoven, a composer who upset conventions and exploded the realm of musical expression. This week, guest conductor James Gaffigan leads the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in an exuberant piece at the cusp of the Romantic era: Beethoven's Symphony No. 1.

Also on the program, ASO Principal Oboe Elizabeth Koch Tiscione journeys into the soulful sounds of English folksong in the 1944 Oboe Concerto by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Bringing the mashup of popular and classical music into the present, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra plays Jessie Montgomery's stylishly energetic Starburst.

Thursday evening includes a pre-concert chamber music recital at 6:45 p.m. in Atlanta Symphony Hall. Free for all ticket holders of the Jan. 23 and 25, 2020 concerts.

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Thu. 01/23/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 01/25/20 8:00 PM

Itamar Zorman Performs Berg

In 1936, Dmitri Shostakovich veered perilously close to losing his life. Labeled an "enemy of the people," the composer needed to somehow placate the monster Stalin and gave it his best shot with his Symphony No. 5.

In 1936, Dmitri Shostakovich veered perilously close to losing his life. Labeled an "enemy of the people," the composer needed to somehow placate the monster Stalin and gave it his best shot with his Symphony No. 5. Crafting a muscular thrill ride with a politically expedient dose of heroism, Shostakovich redeemed himself in the eyes of the tyrant and gave the world one of the greatest symphonies of the 20th century.

The rising star American conductor Karina Canellakis brings out the soulful virtuoso Itamar Zorman to play Berg's haunting and poetic Violin Concerto and kicks off the program with a nod to Beethoven in his 250th year.

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Thu. 01/30/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 02/01/20 8:00 PM

Robert Spano Conducts Vaughan Williams

During the tumultuous decades of a world at war, Ralph Vaughan Williams applied rigorous scholarship to the preservation of hundreds of folksongs and hymn tunes.

During the tumultuous decades of a world at war, Ralph Vaughan Williams applied rigorous scholarship – and some sturdy walking shoes – to the preservation of hundreds of folksongs and hymn tunes. His field work anchored the English people in a shared musical heritage. And it seeped into his compositions.

"RVW's" 1943 Symphony No. 5 fuses original material with two Anglican Easter hymns – one of which, he composed himself – for his pastoral-sounding Symphony No. 5. Robert Spano leads the internationally renowned Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in music by Vaughan Williams and J.S. Bach. Rising star soprano and Marietta native Maria Valdes makes her ASO debut.

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Thu. 02/06/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 02/08/20 8:00 PM

Northern Lights Part 1: The Sibelius Violin Concerto

At one time, Russian censors banned Finlandia. But they were hopelessly ineffective at preventing people from playing it.

At one time, Russian censors banned Finlandia. But they were hopelessly ineffective at preventing people from playing it. This catchy little anthem became a rallying cry for patriots, galvanizing the Finns' struggle for independence.

Experience the bracing sonorities of Jean Sibelius when Thomas Søndergård returns to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to explore this bewitching symphonic legacy. Rising star violinist Blake Pouliot makes his ASO debut.  

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Thu. 02/20/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 02/22/20 8:00 PM

Northern Lights Part 2: The Grieg Piano Concerto

The beguiling Danish maestro Thomas Søndergård leads the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in a program of Nordic treasures.

This week, the beguiling Danish maestro Thomas Søndergård leads the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in a program of Nordic treasures. One of the most recognizable pieces in all classical music, Grieg's Piano Concerto graces movies, comedy routines and video games, alike. It's also an unrepentant thriller, bringing power, melody and poetry together in one dazzling piece. The Orchestra welcomes Norwegian pianist Håvard Gimse. Also on the program, Thomas Søndergård conducts the poignant "Sinfonia Espansiva" by fellow Dane Carl Nielsen.

Thursday evening includes a pre-concert chamber music recital at 6:45 p.m. in Atlanta Symphony Hall. Free for all ticket holders of the Feb. 27 and 29, 2020 concerts.

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Thu. 02/27/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 02/29/20 8:00 PM

The In-Laws: Wagner and Liszt

One of the busiest conductors alive, Emmanuel Villaume returns to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for an evening of lavish Romanticism, opening with an uncharacteristically tender piece from the lion of German music Richard Wagner.

One of the busiest conductors alive, Emmanuel Villaume returns to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for an evening of lavish Romanticism, opening with an uncharacteristically tender piece from the lion of German music Richard Wagner. Siegfried Idyll is a nursery song, written as a Christmas present for the composer's wife, Cosima, and their infant son. The next piece on the program was written by her father, Franz Liszt. A superstar pianist who was famous for sending women into fainting spells, Liszt completed his Piano Concerto No. 1 in 1849. The thundering virtuoso Andrew von Oeyen steps into Liszt’s shoes to perform the Concerto with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Also on the program, the ASO plays a perennial favorite: the "Organ" Symphony by Camille Saint-Saëns.

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Thu. 03/05/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 03/07/20 8:00 PM

Beethoven at 250: André Watts Plays the "Emperor" Concerto

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra welcomes piano legend André Watts for one of the crown jewels of the repertoire, Beethoven's "Emperor" Concerto.

2020 marks the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven, a composer who shattered norms, setting the bar for musicians of the future while composing some of the most extraordinary work ever committed to paper.

This week, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra welcomes piano legend André Watts for one of the crown jewels of the repertoire, Beethoven's "Emperor" Concerto. Robert Spano keeps the evening on a high with one of the great revelations of symphonic music: Beethoven's Seventh Symphony.

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Thu. 03/19/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 03/21/20 8:00 PM

Beethoven at 250: Missa solemnis

The ASO presents one of the most profound works in the choral literature: Beethoven's Missa solemnis.

Since its founding in 1945, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has grown into an international force in music-making, providing an endless source of inspiration to Atlantans while exporting our city's uniqueness to communities around the globe. During the 2019-20 season, there is much to celebrate: it is the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven, and it is our 75th anniversary season.

In recognition of this major milestone in the life of the Orchestra, the ASO presents one of the most profound works in the choral literature: Beethoven's Missa solemnis. Robert Spano brings stellar voices from the opera world together with the internationally acclaimed Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus for an unforgettable performance of the Beethoven masterpiece. These concerts will be performed in Atlanta prior to a tour to New York's Carnegie Hall.

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Thu. 03/26/20 8:00 PM

Fri. 03/27/20 8:00 PM

Midori and Bartók

Rising-star Australian conductor Nicholas Carter makes his Atlanta Symphony Orchestra debut with Midori in a concerto peppered by the sounds of Hungarian folksong.

Whether it's Prince, Beyoncé or Midori, there's a certain mystique to single-name artists; they stand out for having unique abilities – and the Japanese-American violinist Midori is no exception. As an 11-year-old, she dazzled New York critics with the profound maturity of her musicianship before growing into one of the world's most celebrated violinists.

This week, the rising-star Australian conductor Nicholas Carter makes his Atlanta Symphony Orchestra debut with Midori in a concerto peppered by the sounds of Hungarian folksong. The concert concludes with a wartime piece written in 1944 as Russian troops turned the tables on the German army: Prokofiev's massive and exhilarating Symphony No. 5.

Thursday evening includes a pre-concert chamber music recital at 6:45 p.m. in Atlanta Symphony Hall. Free for all ticket holders of the Apr. 16 and 18, 2020 concerts.

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Thu. 04/16/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 04/18/20 8:00 PM

Donald Runnicles Conducts Carmina burana

One of the most beguiling works in the choral literature, Carmina burana is a lusty powerhouse based on a set of poems by Medieval monks.

One of the most beguiling works in the choral literature, Carmina burana is a lusty powerhouse based on a set of poems by Medieval monks. Discovered by the composer in a second-hand bookshop, these bawdy poems inspired a raucous and spellbinding hymn to fertility, springtime, and the inevitability of death.

Atlanta Symphony Principal Guest Conductor Donald Runnicles returns to lead Orchestra and Chorus in Carmina burana. Soloists include the alluring Puerto Rican soprano Meechot Marrero, and the “suave and sonorous” [Opera News] baritone Stephen Powell.

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Thu. 04/23/20 8:00 PM

Fri. 04/24/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 04/25/20 8:00 PM

Sun. 04/26/20 3:00 PM

Stephen Mulligan Conducts The Rite of Spring

Assistant Conductor Stephen Mulligan brings out Stravinsky's earth-shattering ballet score The Rite of Spring, a piece so bracing, so unexpected, a riot broke out at its first performance in 1913.

All season long, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is celebrating its Diamond Anniversary with a marvelous showcase of the men and women who’ve put the Orchestra on the map – our world-class musicians. This week's program highlights their exceptional artistry as Assistant Conductor Stephen Mulligan brings out Stravinsky's earth-shattering ballet score The Rite of Spring, a piece so bracing, so unexpected, a riot broke out at its first performance in 1913.

This all-Russian concert opens with Prokofiev's irresistible showpiece Lieutenant Kijé and features the brilliant musicianship of Principal Trumpet Stuart Stephenson in a concerto by Alexander Arutiunian.

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Thu. 04/30/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 05/02/20 8:00 PM

Holst's The Planets & Miloš Karadaglić Returns

One the most exciting conductors of his generation, Jonathon Heyward makes his Atlanta Symphony Orchestra debut for a program featuring Gustav Holst's timeless orchestral suite, The Planets.

One the most exciting conductors of his generation, Jonathon Heyward makes his Atlanta Symphony Orchestra debut for a program featuring Gustav Holst's timeless orchestral suite, The Planets.

The Orchestra also welcomes the Montenegrin guitar sensation Miloš Karadaglić for a new work by the dynamic composer of film, television, opera, and dance Joby Talbot. A piece titled Ink Dark Moon, Talbot's concerto blends "the magical with the dangerously dark...with sparing hints of funk, folk and pop occasionally creeping in" [bachtrack.com].

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Thu. 05/07/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 05/09/20 8:00 PM

Mahler's Symphony No. 4

The electrifying Italian maestro Nicola Luisotti returns to the ASO to conduct two treasures for soprano and orchestra: Mozart's exquisite motet "Exsultate, Jubilate," and Mahler's Symphony No. 4.

Sarah Shafer has "crystalline sound, perfectly true intonation, glowing warmth, and total presence" [Philadelphia Inquirer].

The electrifying Italian maestro Nicola Luisotti returns to the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to conduct two treasures for soprano and orchestra: Mozart's exquisite motet "Exsultate, Jubilate," and Mahler's Symphony No. 4. Using "The Heavenly Life" from a vast collection of German folk poems, Mahler crafts a child's view of heaven for a tender finale to his bucolic Fourth Symphony. The fast-rising young soprano Sarah Shafer makes her Atlanta Symphony Orchestra debut. The concert opens with the American heavy: Barber's Adagio for Strings, famously featured at the funeral of J.F.K. It also played prominently in the films Platoon and The Elephant Man.

Thursday evening includes a pre-concert chamber music recital at 6:45 p.m. in Atlanta Symphony Hall. Free for all ticket holders of the May 14 and 16, 2020 concerts.

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Thu. 05/14/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 05/16/20 8:00 PM

Kirill Gerstein Performs Mozart

Be enthralled when Nikolaj Znaider and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra stir up the passion in Tchaikovsky's heartrending "Pathétique" Symphony.

pa•thé•tique /pä tā tēk/ adj. 1 moving

Be enthralled when Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra stir up the passion in Tchaikovsky's heartrending "Pathétique" Symphony.

Mendelssohn's 1829 visit to Fingal's Cave, a gigantic natural structure in the Scottish Hebrides, inspired one of the most enchanting and beloved works in the orchestral repertoire. Kirill Gerstein solos in Mozart's elegant Piano Concerto No. 17. Mozart was thrilled when his pet starling surprised the composer/pianist by singing the Concerto's finale! Tchaikovsky confessed that while composing his final Symphony, the tragic "Pathétique," "I frequently wept copiously." Nine days after conducting the Symphony's premiere, Tchaikovsky was dead, at the age of 53.

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Thu. 05/28/20 8:00 PM

Sat. 05/30/20 8:00 PM

Wagner's Tristan und Isolde (Atlanta Premiere) - Act I

Robert Spano assembles a dream cast of Wagnerian singers along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for a special presentation of Wagner's monument to unquenchable love, Tristan und Isolde.

Robert Spano assembles a dream cast of Wagnerian singers along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for a special presentation of Wagner's monument to unquenchable love, Tristan und Isolde.

An Olympic feat for vocal performers, this production features Simon O'Neill with "typhoon-force top notes" [The Times] as the heartsick hero, and the incomparable Tamara Wilson, a recent winner of the Richard Tucker Award, as Isolde. The international opera star and Georgia native Jamie Barton (also a Richard Tucker recipient) sings the role of Brangaene.

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Thu. 06/11/20 8:00 PM

Wagner's Tristan und Isolde (Atlanta Premiere) - Act II

Robert Spano assembles a dream cast of Wagnerian singers along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for a special presentation of Wagner's monument to unquenchable love, Tristan und Isolde.

Robert Spano assembles a dream cast of Wagnerian singers along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for a special presentation of Wagner's monument to unquenchable love, Tristan und Isolde.

An Olympic feat for vocal performers, this production features Simon O'Neill with "typhoon-force top notes" [The Times] as the heartsick hero, and the incomparable Tamara Wilson, a recent winner of the Richard Tucker Award, as Isolde. The international opera star and Georgia native Jamie Barton (also a Richard Tucker recipient) sings the role of Brangaene.

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Sat. 06/13/20 8:00 PM

Wagner's Tristan und Isolde (Atlanta Premiere) - Act III

Robert Spano assembles a dream cast of Wagnerian singers along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for a special presentation of Wagner's monument to unquenchable love, Tristan und Isolde.

Robert Spano assembles a dream cast of Wagnerian singers along with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for a special presentation of Wagner's monument to unquenchable love, Tristan und Isolde.

An Olympic feat for vocal performers, this production features Simon O'Neill with "typhoon-force top notes" [The Times] as the heartsick hero, and the incomparable Tamara Wilson, a recent winner of the Richard Tucker Award, as Isolde. The international opera star and Georgia native Jamie Barton (also a Richard Tucker recipient) sings the role of Brangaene.

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Sun. 06/14/20 3:00 PM

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