Schwartz Turns 10

Arts center celebrates its first decade
Schwartz Center exterior

Mark Teague

Live from the Schwartz Center

The annual Celtic Christmas Concert, produced by the W. B. Yeats Foundation under the direction of Winship Professor James Flannery, has been memorialized in an award-winning film that will be broadcast on GPB television in December. DVDs are also available; visit www.wbyeatsfoundation.org.

The Donna and Marvin Schwartz Center for Performing Arts is celebrating its tenth year as the heart of the arts on campus. After a long road of planning and fund-raising efforts, the $36.6 million building opened its doors in February 2003, becoming a visible symbol of Emory’s engagement with the arts and a flashpoint for the various disciplines. The academic building houses classrooms, a dance studio, and a black box theater lab along with the centerpiece Emerson Concert Hall. Special events are planned throughout the academic year, including an anniversary concert with pianist Yefim Bronfman on February 2, 2013.

For special event information, tickets, and more, visit arts.emory.edu.

Portrait of the Vega String Quartet

The Vega String Quartet

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The Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta also presents its twentieth anniversary season this year. Guest artists include the Eroica Trio and violinist Tim Fain, alongside Emory’s award-winning quartet in residence, the Vega String Quartet. All concerts are free this year, with fund-raising efforts supporting a permanent quartet residency program. To learn more, visit arts.emory.edu/ecmsa.

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