Atlanta Symphony's Newest Album Features 'Sacred, Spooky' Music
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra released a new album of music from one of its own, Michael Kurth. Among the pieces on Everything Lasts Forever: music inspired by Atlanta graffiti, travel—and betrayal, in his choral work Miserere.
Kurth joined Sarah Zaslaw of GPB's Nightcap and Atlanta Symphony broadcasts to discuss Miserere.
Kurth said he wrote Miserere in a "modern-primitive-sacred-spooky" style. The album features the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus, soloist Kelley O’Connor and conductor Robert Spano.
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