artsATL Preview: Kennesaw’s Robert Henry featured in Spivey Hall concert that celebrates Suzuki

January 14, 2016 By STEPHANIE ADRIAN Is musical talent inherent or can it be developed? Japanese violinist Shinichi Suzuki (1898-1998) believed the latter. Suzuki’s philosophy was rooted in the principle that the development of any child — Japanese, British or aboriginal — depends upon his cultural environment. Using the example of language acquisition, Suzuki pointed out [...]

In the January Issue of Opera News…

La Bohème ATLANTA Atlanta Opera 10/11/15 LA BOHÈME  is an opera about little things. Neither the subject matter nor the characters have any involvement with kings, queens, or political intrigue. The bohemians—poet, painter, philosopher and musician—are concerned with their artistry and their daily bread.  The leading lady sings about the embroidery of flowers and rose-colored bonnets. [...]