Atlanta Metro / Atlanta

Schwartz Center for Performing Arts, Emory University

1700 N. Decatur Rd.
Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322

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The arts programs of Emory bring students, faculty, world-renowned guest artists, and audiences together in a spirit of collaboration and discovery. Whether you choose to attend a music, theater, or dance performance, an art exhibition, poetry reading, or film screening, your imagination will be stirred. Explore the Arts at Emory, nourish your creativity, and discover the experience of limitless possibilities.

Info & Amenities

  • Hours of Operation

    Monday: 9:00AM
    Tuesday: 9:00AM
    Wednesday: 9:00AM
    Thursday: 9:00AM
    Friday: 9:00AM
    Saturday: 9:00AM

    Facility Amenities

    Free Parking

    Near Interstate Highway



    Payment Options

    American Express




    Suitable for Ages

    All Ages


  • Israel in Egypt - George Frideric Handel

    Israel in Egypt - George Frideric Handel

    03/17/2018 - 03/17/2018

    The Exodus. A story which pre-dates our modern calendar. Handel's Israel in Egypt tells the story of the epic journey of the Israelites from captivity by the Pharaohs of Egypt to the crossing of the Red Sea and deliverance from bondage. For hundreds of years, listeners have been delighted, fascinated, and transfixed by Handel's grand and sweeping array of choruses, arias and masterful orchestrations portraying one of the best known and dramatic tales in human history. Messiah may be Ha... read more

  • Music in the Civil War

    Music in the Civil War

    05/05/2018 - 05/05/2018

    In this very special concert, Atlanta Master Chorale will be joined by master storyteller Tom Key, Artistic Director of Theatrical Outfit, for an evening of songs of the Civil War-of North and South, Blue and Gray, Battlefield and Home, Slave and Free. The songs and spirituals will be presented alongside poetry and contemporary letters that offer a glimpse into the struggle of our nation more than 150 years ago. Join us as we remember how far we've come, and the work which still lies before u... read more