Above image courtesy of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

The ASO is the place to be on Thursday evenings in May (virtually, that is).

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has announced the launch of “Virtual Stage,” a program created to connect audiences. From weekly one-night-only events to online concert experiences available for patrons to watch on their own time, the ASO continues to enable patrons to enjoy the best of the symphony.

“The Virtual Stage is dedicated to bringing exclusive ASO content to the community, including archival performances, musician videos, on demand concerts, insightful interviews and education programs.”

ASO

Upcoming Virtual Stage lineup

Thursday, May 7 @ 8:00 p.m.
Watch Party Premiere: ASO Principal Trumpet Stuart Stephenson performs Arutiunian’s Trumpet Concerto at Home

Thursday, May 14 @ 8:00 p.m.
Listening Party: Everything Lasts Forever with composer Michael Kurth. Led by Music Director Robert Spano, the recording features the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus and mezzo-soprano Kelley O’Connor

On-demand Concerts

  • Former ASO Music Director Yoel Levi conducts the ASO and violinist Pinchas Zukerman, featuring Mahler’s exuberant monument to springtime, the Symphony No. 1.
  • Violin sensation Joshua Bell performs Wieniawski’s Violin Concerto No. 2, led by Robert Spano.
  • Piano superstar Lang Lang joins the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for a magnificent evening of Mozart.
  • Perfect for educators and parents, the Georgia Public Broadcasting Live Exploration, an interactive field trip with the Orchestra.

Visit aso.org/VirtualStage for more information.


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