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'Ransom Notes' taking musical captives

Emory Report | May 6, 2014

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Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta's Artistic Director William Ransom. Photo by Don Chambers.

"Ransom Notes," featuring brother and sister duo Kate and William Ransom will perform the music of Mozart, Dvorak and Prokofiev on Friday, May 9, at noon in the Reception Hall of the Michael C. Carlos Museum.

This is the Emory Chamber Music Society of Atlanta’s last Noontime Concert of the academic year.

Kate Ransom will play the violin and William Ransom, professor and director of piano studies, will play the piano.

The concert is free and open to the public but contributions are encouraged to go toward $1 million matching challenge grant from the Katz Foundation to keep a String Quartet in Residence at Emory and in Atlanta.