Complete Music Atlanta
Launched in 1993, Atlanta's largest and most energetic chamber music company mixes a number of the town's best citizen performers with internationally-known visitor musicians and artists that are dedicated to carrying out the most amazing, interesting and interesting music from the chamber arsenal. The resident expert doing set of Emory University was named "most useful Chamber group in Atlanta" by Atlanta mag as well as in February of 2003 moved into its permanent house within the new Schwartz Center for Performing Arts.
In addition to presenting an evening, a family, and a noontime concert series at Emory, the community trips, participates in tracking projects, the commissioning of new works, and numerous community-outreach activities. Education is also a fundamental piece of the ECMSA's objective, and members train through the entire University and greater community, coach pupil chamber music ensembles, and give private lessons.
Repertoire and Guest Artists
The Emory Chamber Music Society presents a varied repertoire ranging from solamente repertoire to big ensemble works together a number of instrumentation. Guest performers have actually included cellist Yo-Yo Ma, guitarist Eliot Fisk, clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, pianists Christopher O'Riley, Robert Spano and jazz great Dave Brubeck; Alan Gilbert, and members of the Tokyo, Cleveland, Lark, good Arts, Ciompi, Vega, Blair, Alexander and Serafin sequence quartets among others. Through the years the ECMSA has actually provided the complete sequence quartets, piano sonatas and works well with cello and piano and violin and piano of Beethoven; the complete chamber songs of Johannes Brahms; the entire works well with solamente strings by Bach; the complete Bartok string quartets; months aimed at the chamber works of Chopin, Schumann and Liszt; and numerous globe and Atlanta premieres. In 1996 the Society made its nyc and Boston debuts. Neighborhood and syndicated radio broadcasts-such as those on National Public Radio's Efficiency Today-add towards the group's nationwide presence. They could be heard on ACA Recordings.
The Emory Chamber Music community of Atlanta is sustained by the Cherry L. Emerson Endowment, work of Educational products at Michael C. Carlos Museum, the Humann Foundation as well as the division of Music. The Noontime Series is sponsored by John and Linda Cooke. The Vega String Quartet residency is created possible to some extent through the good support associated with Abraham J. and Phyllis Katz Foundation and Friends of Music at Emory.