On Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 8 p.m., the Emory University Symphony Orchestra will present a FREE concert.
The concert will take place at Emerson Hall, in the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts (1700 North Decatur Rd).
You do not need a ticket or advance registration to attend.
Doors open at 7:15.
At 7:30, there will be a pre-concert talk by the musicians.
For more information or to download a concert program, visit the Emory University events page.
There is parking information and details about the orchestra and the venue below.
Free parking is available for this event, at Emory’s Fishburne Parking Deck, which is right next to the Schwartz Center.
If Fishburne is full, use the Lowergate South Park Deck.
You can view Emory’s parking guide with directions to both decks online.
About the Emory University Symphony Orchestra
This university symphony is nationally recognized for excellence. Each year, the student musicians present an entire season of concerts, featuring both classic music and new works from the 21st century.
The symphony also collaborates with the renowned University Chorus to present choral-symphonic concerts. Students have a chance to collaborate with established faculty musicians and other guest artists, as well as to appear as soloists.
Because Emory is a liberal arts university, the symphony is made up of students not just from the Music Department, but from all academic areas. Many of the symphony musicians are music double-majors.
The Emory University Symphony Orchestra is featured regularly on Atlanta’s NPR affiliate.
About the venue
Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts was opened in 2003 to bring creativity to the university and its surrounding community.
It is a world-class facility, housing the 800-seat Emerson Concert Hall as well as rehearsal halls, practice rooms, teaching studios, classroom space, and box office.
In 2006, a new $1.5 million concert organ was added to the facility.
This state-of-the-art performing center arts center was recently included in a list of the 25 most amazing university performing arts centers.
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