Calatrava/Atlanta, now three times real fast.

Come to Papa, finally one of my favorite designers is breaking ground in the ATL. Santiago Calatrava has been rumored to have some form of his architecture in Atlanta for years. But now I have got to get down with the symphony just to experience it. The new Atlanta Symphony Center will provide the first dedicated concert hall and educational facility in the 60-year history of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, an ensemble that enjoys international prominence under Music Director Robert Spano and Principal Guest Conductor Donald Runnicles. The building, a key element in the evolving campus expansion of the Woodruff Arts Center, will create a vital civic and economic resource for Atlanta and an exciting, modern symbol of the State of Georgia. Now none of the guy I roll with dig the symphony, but I'm there.

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