‘Violamania!’ Proves the Alto Voice Can Go Solo

What’s better than a viola? For people who disparage the middle child of the strings family, the cruel answer is “everything.” However, to the Jan. 28 audience of the one-time recital Violamania! in Emory’s Schwartz Center for Performing Arts, the response is “nine violas.” While the use of one type of instrument limits the range [...]

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Smash Mouth Tries to Escape ‘Shrek’ at Alumni Concert

After Swoop’s Wonderful Wednesday and Stomping Ground Parade, Emory students and alumni  celebrated the end of Homecoming at the Alumni Concert. On Saturday, Sept. 20, Smash Mouth rocked the McDonough Field stage for everyone who was willing to brace the heat and wait for the band to start nearly two hours later than scheduled. The [...]

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Sarah Chang’s Music Fills Schwartz With Classical Aura

How does one begin to explain the exquisite magic of Sarah Chang? The prodigious violinist enthralled the audience Saturday, Sept. 10, at Emerson Concert Hall in the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts as part of Emory University’s Candler Concert Series. Chang debuted with the New York Philharmonic at the age of eight and graduated from [...]

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