Robert Spano

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Thursday, April 03, 2008

Terrance is re-united with a luminary from his former base, as Atlanta Symphony Music Director Robert Spano joins him in the studio for a candid conversation on the arts. We also hear musical examples of the maestro at work, including works by Jennifer Higdon and Osvaldo Golijov. This weekend, Spano leads the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in a program including the New York premiere of Christopher Theofanides' "The Here and Now."

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