There is a sense of normalcy returning to Atlanta’s Symphony Hall. Most patrons and orchestra members were unmasked, there were no more vaccine card checks, and co-artistic advisor and former music director Robert Spano was back on the podium. Spano’s choice of music was also a return to normal: two contemporary works continuing his advocacy for modern music and a third work firmly entrenched in the late Romantic era for which he has a particular affinity.
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