2017-2018 Series

Candler Concert Series

Alessio Bax, piano, and Chee-Yun, violinViolinist Chee-Yun has enraptured audiences on five continents with her flawless technique, dazzling tone, and compelling artistry. She joins pianist Alessio Bax, praised for creating “a ravishing listening experience" by Gramophone magazine, in a program of Beethoven, Busoni, and Brahms. Full price tickets: $50

Vienna Boys ChoirAudiences and critics worldwide have praised the talented singers of the Vienna Boys Choir for their celestial voices, rapturous harmonies, pure tone, appealing demeanor, and above all, a wide-ranging repertoire spanning centuries. With a rich history of captivating audiences for more than 500 years, the Vienna Boys Choir has been associated with many of the world’s great composers, including Mozart and Bruckner. Franz Schubert himself was a chorister. Full price tickets: $55


A classical tabla virtuoso of the highest order, Zakir Hussain’s consistently brilliant and exciting performances have not only established him as a national treasure in his native India, but gained him worldwide fame and an impressive list of accolades. His playing is marked by uncanny intuition and masterful improvisational dexterity, founded in formidable knowledge and study. His latest collaboration is an exploration of the longstanding relationship between jazz and Indian classical music featuring legendary bass player Dave Holland. Full price tickets: $65

Irma Thomas

Crescent City’s “Soul Queen” Irma Thomas joins the lively sound of Preservation Hall’s Legacy Quintet and the spiritual authority of The Blind Boys of Alabama for an unforgettable evening of music showcasing “The Heart and Soul Queen of New Orleans. Full price tickets: $55

Susan Graham, mezzo-sopranoSusan Graham – hailed as “an artist to treasure” by the New York Times – rose to the highest echelon of international performers within just a few years of her professional debut, mastering an astonishing repertoire and range of genres along the way. Interestingly, this distinctly American artist has also been recognized throughout her career as one of the foremost exponents of French vocal music. Full price tickets: $50

China National Symphony Orchestra

The China National Symphony Orchestra’s combination of consummate artistry, dedication, and professionalism has created an orchestral tradition unique to China. Their Emory performance will be led by world-renowned conductor Tan Dun, who has conducted the world’s leading orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Berliner Philharmoniker, Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestre National de France, BBC Symphony Orchestra, among others, as well as collaborated in performance with such artists as Yo-Yo Ma, Plácido Domingo, Sharon Isbin, Wu Man, Lang Lang, Joan La Barbara, Anssi Karttunen, and the Kronos Quartet. Full price tickets: $75

Murray Perahia, pianoIn the more than 40 years he has been performing on the concert stage, American pianist Murray Perahia has become one of the most sought-after and cherished pianists of our time, performing in all of the major international music centers and with every leading orchestra. With his masterful technique and elegant interpretation, Perahia continues “to breathe freshness and distinction into works we’ve heard many times before, but seldom played at this inspired level” (Chicago Tribune). Full price tickets: $70



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