Celebrity, fame and public attention paid to individuals are rampant in our media-saturated culture. Of course, the world of classical music has its own celebrities, well known to devotees and fans. This week’s program by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra was a lesson about classical music celebrityhood.
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On the podium was Hungarian-born guest conductor Henrik Nánási, who is probably more of a celebrity in the opera house than in the concert hall.
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