Culture notes: Young talent shares stage with Gwinnett Symphony; two new metro galleries
Young talent shares stage with Gwinnett Symphony
Youth will be served at the Gwinnett Symphony Orchestra and Chorus’ final Masterworks program of the season, 7:30 p.m. May 15 at the Performing Arts Center at Gwinnett Center. Joining the orchestra and chorus will be the Gwinnett Youth Symphony Orchestra, Youth Honors Orchestra and winners of the GSO’s 2012 Rising Star Concerto Competition. Rising stars Alice Barbe, 11, and Riley Osborn, 15, will perform the second and third movements of Mozart’s Concerto No. 10 in E-flat major for Two Pianos, K. 365/316a.CQ $13-$25. 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth. 770-813-7600, www.gwinnettsymphony.org. HOWARD POUSNER
- Sight +cq Sound Gallery, a contemporary art gallery and high-end audio equipment retailer, opens at Studioplex with a 5 p.m. reception Friday. The debut exhibit is Terrell Clark’s photographs, “3 Feet Above Sea Level: A Pinhole Exploration of the French Quarter.” 659 Auburn Ave., Unit G8, Atlanta. 888-419-3113, www.sightandsoundgallery.com.
- Another new Atlanta art emporium is Loving Local Artist Gallery & Boutique in Brookhaven, which shows photography, glass blowing, canvas painting, knitting, ceramics, clothing, jewelry and stained glass produced by metro artists. 1418 Dresden Drive, No. 120, Atlanta. 404-842-9552, www.lovinglocalart.com. HOWARD POUSNER