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YouTube Video : Announcing our 2016/17 season programming: www.AtlantaSymphony.org/2016-17Season
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YouTube Video : Music Director Robert Spano and Vice President For Artistic Planning and Operations Evans Mirageas speak about putting together the new 2016/17 Atlanta Symphony Orchestra season. Being announce on Wednesday, April 6, 2016, at 10am.
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YouTube Video : The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra celebrates a decade of Robert Spano and his initiatives during his 10th season as Music Director. MUSIC: Atlanta School of Composers members composed fanfares in the 2010-11 season to celebrate Robert Spano's 10 years with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Heard on video Christopher Theofanidis's Une Certaine Joie de Vivre, and Adam Schoenberg's Up!. VIDEO EDITING: Michael Pietrobon and Samantha Young, Pinwheel Studios VIDEO FOOTAGE: Adam Jones and Steven McCrary PHOTOS: Chris Lee, JD Scott, Jeff Roffman, Jennifer Taylor, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Archives
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YouTube Video : Monday, June 25, 2012 at the Benedict Music Tent
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YouTube Video : Alan Fletcher - President and CEO of the Aspen Music Festival - announces Robert Spano as the festivals new director of music
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YouTube Video : Emory University's Artist in Residence Robert Spano in an interview with Becky Herring.
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YouTube Video : October 14, 2012 34th Annual Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards
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YouTube Video : Continuing his duties as Emory University's Artist in Residence, Robert Spano talks about Mozart's fascination with numerology, particularly related to Freemasonry.
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YouTube Video : Robert Spano talks about the structure of the fugue and demonstrates some of its fine points at the piano
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YouTube Video : Robert Spano talks about how music expresses a nonverbal philosophical way of thinking. Music's symbols and tones cannot be expressed through words, which are not precise enough to express the layers and depths of tonality.
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YouTube Video : Robert Spano talks about how conducting the works of Mozart is informed by knowing about Mozart's life.
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YouTube Video : The beauty is in the shared experience, Robert Spano says about live performances in this class clip from MUS 470 (Harmonic Experience: Metaphysics and Music). I dont know of a musician who plays the same way in a rehearsal or practice as they do in a performance. Its an act of giving. Composer, performers, audience -- if any of those things are missing, we dont have the art.
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YouTube Video : Robert Spano talks about how thinking about music can help us think musically.
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