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The Emory Chamber Music Society Highlights Local And International Artists In Its New Upcoming Season

The Emory Chamber Music Society is entering its 28th season and offering a wealth of masterclasses and interdisciplinary classes at Emory.
The Emory Chamber Music Society is entering its 28th season and offering a wealth of masterclasses and interdisciplinary classes at Emory.
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This year the Emory Chamber Music Society, the Southeast’s largest and most active chamber music society, is entering its 28th season. The society is offering a wealth of masterclasses and interdisciplinary classes at Emory.

ECMSA artistic director Will Ransom. (Courtesy of Emory Chamber Music Society)
ECMSA artistic director Will Ransom. (Courtesy of Emory Chamber Music Society)

In addition, ECMSA is offering lectures on music as well as concerts free to the public. The concerts will feature resident musician’s along with internationally known artists.

The first in the series is “Beethoven Violin and Cello Sonatas,” which can be viewed virtually.

Pianist and Professor Will Ransom, director of the Emory Chamber Music Society, and Atlanta Symphony principal cellist Rainer Eudeikis joined Lois Reitzes to talk about the upcoming season and the free concerts they are providing.

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