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Eroica Trio opens the season on Sept. 22.
ATLANTA (April 9, 2012)¿The Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta (ECMSA) announces its 2012-2013 season. Celebrating its twentieth year, Atlanta¿s largest chamber music organization presents weekend concerts, a family series, and noontime performances. In honor of the anniversary season, all ECMSA shows will be free with donations accepted at the door.
William Ransom, ECMSA Artistic Director says, ¿As part of our milestone 20th anniversary celebration, we want to give back to the community which has been so good to us in our development, and so all concerts will be free of charge. And we hope the community will reciprocate during our `season of giving¿ by contributing to Emory's fund drive to keep a string quartet permanently in residence¿currently the wonderful Vega Quartet, the first professional quartet to make Atlanta its home base.¿
All performances are free and on the Emory University campus. The complete season and event details are at arts.emory.edu/ecmsa
Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta (ECMSA)
Atlanta¿s largest and most active chamber music organization brings together some of the city¿s finest resident musicians with internationally known guest artists who are dedicated to performing the most beautiful, exciting and interesting music from the chamber repertoire. The Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta is supported by the Cherry L. Emerson Endowment, the Office of Educational Programs at the Michael C. Carlos Museum, the Humann Foundation and the Department of Music. The Vega String Quartet residency is made possible in part through the generous support of the Abraham J. and Phyllis Katz Foundation and Friends of Music at Emory.