The Schwartz Center Virtual Stage

Although we aren't able to be together in person, we are committed to coming together virtually through a range of digital activities. A link to watch the event will be available 30 minutes prior to curtain.

For events taking place on the Emory University campus, Emory's Environmental Health and Safety guidelines for COVID-19 are being followed. No audience or production crew members are inside the concert hall during the performance.

Next on the Virtual Stage

Emory Chamber Music Society graphic
ECMSA: Beethoven String Quartet Cycle VI
November 1, 2020 at 4 p.m. | Lecture at 1 p.m.
The Vega String Quartet concludes its exploration of the complete Beethoven String Quartets including ops. 95, 131, and 59, No. 2 with guest first violin David Coucheron. No registration required for this concert. Award-winning classical music radio host Bill McGlaughlin will present an accompanying recorded lecture at 1 p.m.
Third Coast Percussion
Third Coast Percussion
November 13, 2020 at 8 p.m.
This Grammy Award–winning percussion quartet has created exciting and unexpected performances that redefine the classical music experience. In this exclusive concert livestreamed from Chicago, the ensemble performs works from Perpetulum, a Philip Glass score the Chicago Tribune calls so “rich in musical incident, . . . its embrace of pitched and non-pitched instrumentation immensely appealing to hear.” Part of the Candler Concert Series.
Emory Chamber Ensembles
Emory Chamber Ensembles
November 15, 2020 at 4 p.m.
Mentored by Emory’s artist faculty, student musicians perform chamber works for strings, brass, winds, and percussion. These recorded performances are compiled to showcase Emory music students in a full virtual concert. No registration required for this concert.
Emory Youth Symphony Orchestra
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. No registration required for this concert.
Emory Big Band
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 performing remotely and from the Emory campus. No registration required for this concert.
Emory Wind Ensemble students playing
Emory University Symphony Orchestra and Emory Wind Ensemble
November 21, 2020 at 8 p.m.
Join the Emory Wind Ensemble and the Emory University Symphony Orchestra in a joint 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. No registration required for this concert.
Emory Piano Recitals
Emory Piano Recitals
November 22, 2020 at 7 p.m.
Under the direction of Elena Cholakova, students Sydney Chung, Patrick Czabala, Athena Grasso, Grace Li, Marshall McCall, Colin Song, Sara Wang, and Vivian Zhao present their piano recital program from Emory’s Performing Arts Studio. The virtual concert includes works by Chopin, Bach, Beethoven, and more. No registration required for this concert.
Emory Chamber Music Society
ECMSA Cooke Noontime Series: Beethoven Violin Sonata and String Trio
December 4, 2020 at noon
ECMSA concludes its yearlong celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday with a performance of his Violin Sonata No. 10 featuring David Coucheron and William Ransom, and the String Trio in C Minor performed by members of the Vega Quartet. No registration required for this concert.

Performances on the SCPA Virtual Stage are either livestreamed or recorded exclusively for Schwartz Center audiences.  Performances that require registration will have a link to the online box office. Please note that due to licensing, many performances may not be available for viewing online after the original presentation.

When the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts returns to live performances, we hope to continue providing a livestream for those who prefer to watch virtually. The timing of a return to live performances will be informed by the current health guidelines, and in coordination with Emory University. Please sign up for our bi-monthly newsletter to be informed as plans are announced.

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