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This virtual concert is presented by the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts schwartz.emory.edu/virtual-stage Box Office/Audience Information 404.727.5050 • schwartz.emory.edu

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.



Emory Chamber Ensembles Coaches: Elena Cholakova, Yinzi Kong, Ed Nicholson, Scott Pollard, Jessica Shuang Wu, and Guang Wang Sunday, November 15, 2020, 4:00 p.m. Emerson Concert Hall Schwartz Center for Performing Arts

Program Other Kinds (2020)

Josh Turner (b. 1988)

Emory Percussion Ensemble Jason Goodman, Alexa Mohsenzadeh, Susan Li, and Peter Rubin Scott Pollard, coach

String Quartet in C Minor, op. 18, No. 4 I. Allegro ma non tanto

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)

Emory String Quartet Carol Xu, violin; Rebecca Goodwin, violin; Siji Osunkoya, viola; and Hannah Lu, cello Yinzi Kong, coach

Trio for Clarinet, Cello, and Piano Ludwig van Beethoven in B-flat Major, op. 11 (1770–1827) II. Adagio III. Tema con variazioni (Pria ch’io l’impegno: Allegretto) Emory Clarinet, Cello, and Piano Trio Eli Parrish, clarinet; Andrew Choi, cello; and Athena Grasso, piano Guang Wang, coach


Program Piano Trio in D Major, op. 70, No. 1 I. Allegro vivace e con brio

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827)

Emory Piano Trio Doowon Kin, violin; Jordan Leslie, cello; and Colin Song, piano Jessica Shuang Wu, coach

Christ lag in Todesbanden, BWV4 Johann Sebastian Bach (Christ lay in death’s bonds) (1685–1750) Ach wie fluchtig, ach wie nichtig, BWV26 (See how fleeting, oh how worthless) Sonata for Horn, Trumpet, and Trombone I. Allegro moderato III. Rondeau


Francis Poulenc (1899–1963)

Emory Brass Trio Sonya Carrillo, trumpet; Sophie West, French horn; and Graham Crain, trombone Ed Nicholson, coach

Danse Macabre Camille Saint-Saëns (1835–1921) Emory Piano Duo Colin Song and Vivian Zhao, piano Elena Cholakova, coach


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More events coming soon to the Schwartz Center Virtual Stage schwartz.emory.edu/virtual-stage Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra

November 18, 2020 at 8 p.m. Composed of the region’s finest young musicians, the Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra presents orchestral masterworks by Beethoven, Grieg, and Bach. Paul Bhasin conducts.

Emory Jazz Ensembles and Emory Big Band with Melvin Jones, trumpet November 20, 2020 at 8 p.m.

Award-winning trumpeter, composer, and educator Melvin Jones brings his talent to the virtual stage for this unique collaboration with Emory Big Band. The pre-recorded concert also features Emory Jazz Ensembles.

Emory University Symphony Orchestra and Emory Wind Ensemble November 21, 2020 at 8 p.m.

Join the EWE and the EUSO in a virtual performance featuring pre-recorded works as well as virtual ensemble video performances. Works by Mozart, Vivaldi, and Bizet with guest tenor Bradley Howard. Paul Bhasin and Tyler Ehrlich conduct. 7

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.

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11/15/2020 Emory Chamber Ensembles  

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