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Erin Wright

Radio Producer

Erin Wright produces "City Lights" and "Strike Up the Band." After studying viola, German and Musicology at UGA, Erin began working at Public Broadcasting Atlanta in 2011. 

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Amy Schroeder

The Harlem Quartet is on a mission: to advance diversity in classical music.

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But the Quartet – comprised of violinists Ilmar Gavilán and Melissa White, violist Jaime Amador and cellist Felix Umansky – quickly learned that in order to diversify the audience for classical music, they first needed to diversify their own repertoire.

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Caroline Rhea may be best known for her role as Aunt Hilda on the 90s sitcom “Sabrina the Teenage Witch,” but she’s built her career in stand-up clubs.

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In fact, as Caroline Rhea told Lois Reitzes on “City Lights,” this is her 28th year as a touring comedian.

Raymond Jones

Kim Severson writes about food.

“That means I work a lot, write a lot, eat a lot,” Severson joked with Lois Reitzes on an interview for “City Lights.”

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Her body of work—and the accolades she’s garnered—speak to her expertise on culinary culture: Kim Severson has won four James Beard Awards for food writing, and her bibliography includes “The New Alaska Cookbook.”

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A dreamy Debussy Nocturne, a 20th century flute concerto and a peaceful Requiem round out this weekend's Atlanta Symphony Orchestra concerts.

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The all-French program is lead by principal guest conductor Donald Runnicles. The orchestra's principal flutist, Christina Smith, is center stage as the featured soloist. She'll be accompanied by the orchestra in André Jolivet's Flute Concerto, a piece closely associated with 20th-century superstar flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal.

Haylee Anne Kitties

A new short film pairs two beloved Atlanta arts institutions – Dad’s Garage and Jerry’s Habima Theatre.

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Dad’s Garage is best known for their scripted and improvised stage work, but they are increasingly getting noticed for their web-based project, Dad’s Garage TV. Jerry’s Habima is Georgia’s only theater company produced by professionals and featuring actors with special needs.

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