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Photographs and Recordings Digital capture or recording of this concert is not permitted. Event and Program Information Available online at schwartz.emory.edu Cover Photo By Mark Teague Acknowledgment Eternal thanks to Donna and Marvin Schwartz for their many contributions.
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Jazz on the Screen Emory Jazz Combos Gary Motley, director of jazz studies Thursday, October 22, 2020, 6:00 p.m. A virtual concert featuring previously recorded performances and interviews. Emerson Concert Hall Schwartz Center for Performing Arts
Program The 6:30 Combo by Dexter Gordon
by Bobby Timmons
Spencer Brown, piano; Evan Covey, guitar; Kevin Wu, bass; Alex Wellisch, drums; Aaron Thaler, saxophone; and Noah Willhite, saxophone
The 5:30 Combo by Miles Davis and Victor Feldman
by Horace Silver
Ethan Lane, piano; Rafael Jimenez, bass; Tommy Parker, drums; Andrew Wei, saxophone; and Josh Peacock, trombone
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Program Note Jazz on the Green moves to Jazz on the Screen in this afternoon’s virtual performance. The concert features several pieces performed by Emory Jazz Combos and a video segment featuring student interviews.
Gary Motley “Pianist Gary Motley swings with the sensibility of Wynton Kelley,” praised Downbeat magazine. His career achievements as a composer, performer, arranger, and educator garnered his induction into the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame in 2015. Making artistic expression his life’s work, Motley has performed with notable artists of the jazz world, ranging from Dave Brubeck to Regina Carter and Warren Wolf, and was featured on NPR’s Piano Jazz with Marian McPartland. He serves as professor of performance and director of jazz studies at Emory University.
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The Department of Music at Emory University provides an exciting and innovative environment for developing knowledge and skills as a performer, composer, and scholar. Led by a faculty of more than 60 nationally and internationally recognized artists and researchers, undergraduate and graduate students experience a rich diversity of performance and academic opportunities. Undergraduate students in the department earn a BA in music with a specialization in performance, composition, or research, many of whom simultaneously earn a second degree in another department. True to the spirit of Emory, a liberal arts college in the heart of a research university, the faculty and ensembles also welcome the participation of nonmajor students from across the Emory campus. Become a part of Music at Emory by giving to the Friends of Music. A gift provides crucial support to all of the activities. To learn more, visit music. emory.edu or call 404.727.1401.
More events coming soon to the Schwartz Center Virtual Stage schwartz.emory.edu/virtual-stage Emory University Symphony Orchestra (EUSO) Saturday, October 24 at 8 p.m. The EUSO presents previously recorded symphonic works alongside multi-track “virtual orchestra” recordings featuring Emory student musicians. These recordings have allowed the EUSO to continue its artistic and educational mission with its membership spread across the globe.
ECMSA Beethoven String Quartets November 1, 2020 at 4 p.m.
The Vega String Quartet continues its exploration of the complete Beethoven String Quartets including ops. 18, No. 6; 74; and 132 with guest first violin David Coucheron. Award-winning classical music radio host Bill McGlaughlin gives an accompanying lecture.
Third Coast Percussion
November 13, 2020 at 8 p.m. In this exclusive concert livestreamed from Chicago, the Grammy Award–winning Third Coast Percussion performs works from Perpetulum, a Philip Glass score the Chicago Tribune calls “rich in musical incident, its meters and textures constantly changing . . . immensely appealing to hear.”
Music at Emory Music at Emory brings together students, faculty, and world-class artists to create an exciting and innovative season of performances and events. In a typical year, Music at Emory presents more than 150 events across multiple Emory venues; however, in this challenging season, we are committed to coming together virtually for a variety of musical offerings. Spring 2021 concerts remain as scheduled, but are subject to change based on guidance from Emory University and public health officials. Please visit music.emory.edu for the most up-to-date schedule and announcements.