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Robert Spano Leads Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Opening Night, Substitutes Show Consequence of Lockout

Robert Spano Leads Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's Opening Night, Substitutes Show Consequence of Lockout >>

In the days following the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra's collective bargaining agreement, the company kicked off the season with a performance of Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5 and Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, led by ASO music director Robert Spano.

For Better or Worse: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Re-Opens After Negotiations End Lockout with ASO Players' Union and Woodruff Arts

For Better or Worse: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Re-Opens After Negotiations End Lockout with ASO Players' Union and Woodruff Arts >>

After a frontline conflict between musicians and management, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has found common ground and effectively ended the current lockout. Over the last two days, the agreement was ratified by the membership of the ASO Players' Union and approved by the Woodruff Arts Governing Board.

REVIEW: The Complete Aspen Music Festival and School @ SubCulture...Abridged

REVIEW: Alan Fletcher's Complete Aspen Music Festival and School @ SubCulture...Abridged >>

With snow on the ground the morning of in lower Manhattan, Alan Fletcher, Aspen's president and CEO (and, full disclosure, Classicalite guest blogger), brought a star-studded roster--Aspen and Atlanta music director Robert Spano, soprano alumna Dawn Upshaw, St. Louis concertmaster David Halen, noted violinist and chamber music coach Sylvia Rosenberg--to SubCulture on Bleecker St. for a one-night-only gig.

The First-Ever 'Complete Aspen Music Festival and School (Abridged)’ Comes to New York's SubCulture on April 16 >>

The Aspen Music Festival is hoping to take the long-distance relationship it currently enjoys with New Yorkers to the next level--with a concert in New York at SubCulture on April 16.

Boston Symphony Orchestra Takes a Fresh Look at Osvaldo Golijov’s 'La Pasión Según San Marcos' >>

In 2001, the Boston Symphony Orchestra gave the U.S. premiere of Argentine composer Osvaldo Golijov’s 'La Pasión Según San Marcos.' The BSO will present the work again on January 9, 10 and 11 at Symphony Hall under the direction of Robert Spano, who also conducted the premiere.

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