Soprano Christine Goerke Finds Her Voice, Sings In The ASO’s Season-Ending Fidelio

On June 6 and 8, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra concludes its two-year Beethoven survey — and marks the centennial of the end of World War I — with semi-staged performances of Fidelio. And if there’s an artist to prove that destruction leads to creation, it’s the acclaimed soprano Christine Goerke, who suffered a vocal crises in 2003 — the same year she won three Grammy Awards with the ASO for their recording of Vaughan Williams’ A Sea Symphony, conducted by Robert Spano. 

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