In Honor of
Principal Conductor and Founder of Atlanta's First Symphony Orchestra
World Premier Performance of
Concerto for Violin, Cello, and Orchestra
composed by Lucas Richman
with guest soloists Kenn Wagner and David Schepps
The Atlanta Musicians' Orchestra
Friday, October 16, 2020 8:00 PM
Spivey Hall at
Clayton State University
(1887 - 1970)
Maestro Leide was the Principal Conductor of the first Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, founded in 1920.
He was a concert cellist, and Music Director of the Paramount Theater Orchestra in Atlanta.
From 1939-1945 he served as the director of the Brenau Music Conservatory.
From 1947-1949 he conducted the NY Philharmonic, and also served as Principle Conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra until 1960.
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