Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Marks Start of 2016-17 Season with Concert

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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
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Since 2011, Samuel Brice Hall has worked as director of investor relations for Piedmont Private Equity, LLC, located in Atlanta, Georgia. Involved in his community, Samuel Brice Hall belongs to several local organizations, one of which is the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (ASO).

Established more than 70 years ago, the ASO performs more than 200 annual concerts, including educational and community performances. Located in the heart of Midtown, the ASO typically offers concerts that last from 90 to 120 minutes in length. During the past 32 years, the orchestra and chorus recorded more than 100 albums, with 27 of them earning Grammy Awards in a variety of categories, such as best choral performance, best classical album, best orchestral performance, and best opera performance.

On September 15, 2016, the ASO commemorates the beginning of the 2016 and 2017 season with a concert by music director Robert Spano and special guest violinist, Joshua Bell. This concert begins Mr. Spano’s 16th season as the ASO’s music director. This one-night performance features an all-Tchaikovsky program with music from the “Nutcracker Suite,” “Romeo and Juliet,” and the “Violin Concerto in D Major.”