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Updated 03/27/17

  • Durham Savoyards
    Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Grand Duke"

    Thursday, March 30th - Sunday, April 2nd
    Carolina Theatre of Durham: 309 West Morgan St, Durham, NC
    INFO: DurhamSavoyards.org
    A theatrical conspiracy to overthrow a ruler. Because politics and show business are so similar, a duel decides who will be in charge, but does it really? Singing, dancing and comedy abound.


  • Fearrington Village
    Open Studio Tour

    Saturday, April 1st & Sunday, April 2nd
    Fearrington Village: 2000 Fearrington Village, Pittsboro, NC
    INFO: FearringtonArtists.org
    Twenty three artists will feature fine paintings, jewelry, photography, basketry, woodworking, pottery and more in their own studios, in and around Fearrington Village. The public may visit the artists and see how they work.


  • North Carolina Museum of Art
    Ansel Adams

    On display now until May 7th
    North Carolina Art Museum: 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: NCArtMuseum.org
    Including forty-eight of his most iconic photographs, now on view in Raleigh!


 

 Previous Week's Classical Calendar:

  • Duke University Department of Music
    Free! Duke University Chorale

    Tuesday, March 21st @ 8:00 PM
    Baldwin Auditorium, Duke University: 1336 Campus Drive Durham, NC 27708
    INFO: Music.Duke.edu
    This is a free concert featuring a diverse repertoire from the group’s recent tour to Costa Rica, including pieces by JS Bach, William Byrd, Eric Whitacre, folk songs, and spirituals.


  • Duke Chapel Music
    Duke Vespers Ensemble - Deep River

    Friday, March 24th @ 4:00 PM
    INFO: Chapel.Duke.edu/Music
    They will be joined by local saxophonist, Susan Fancher, featuring James Whitbourn's cinematic “Son of God Mass” and jazz influenced arrangements of beloved spirituals.


  • Cary Ballet Company
    Spring Mixed Repertoire

    Friday, March 24 @ 10am – School Matinee & 7pm
    Saturday, March 25th @ 2pm & 7pm
    Cary Arts Center: 101 Dry Ave. Cary
    INFO: www.caryballet.com
    Experience contemporary solo works and a premiere by award winning choreographer Francisco Gella. Divertissements from the classical ballet, Le Corsaire. A story about pirates & gypsies, betrayal liberation and triumph of true love.
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  • Chapel of the Cross, Chapel Hill
    Organ recital with soloist Jacob Reed

    Program is to honor Dr. Wylie S. (Van) Quinn
    Saturday March 25, 7:30
    The first in a series of organ recitals to honor Dr. Wylie S. (Van) Quinn, retiring organist and choirmaster of 46 years at the Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill, will be held this Saturday night. The soloist, Jacob Reed, who studied organ with Dr. Quinn, is the inaugural student in Yale's BA/MA program in musicology and has given recitals across the US, Europe, and Canada. Reed will perform works by Max Reger, Johann Sebastian Bach, William Bolcom, and Franz Liszt. The recital is free and open to the public, at the Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill, this Saturday, March 25, at 7:30 pm.


  • Concert Singers of Cary
    Vivaldi's "The Red Priest of Venice"

    Saturday, March 25th @ 7:30 PM
    St. Francis United Methodist Church: 2965 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC
    INFO: ConcertSingers.org


  • Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle
    “A Viennese Trio”

    Sunday, March 26th @3:00 PM
    Carolina Theatre of Durham: 309 West Morgan St, Durham, NC
    INFO: www.TheCOT.org
    F. J. Haydn - Symphony n. 49 “La Passione”; R. Strauss - Oboe Concerto in D major; W.A. Mozart - Symphony n. 38 “Prague”


  • North Carolina Museum of Art
    Ansel Adams

    On display now until May 7th
    North Carolina Art Museum: 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: NCArtMuseum.org
    Including forty-eight of his most iconic photographs, now on view in Raleigh!


  • Carolina Ballet
    Vivaldi's Four Seasons

    Now through Sunday, March 26th
    A.J. Fletcher Opera House: 2 E. South St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: CarolinaBallet.com
    Choreographed in the neoclassic style by Artistic Director Robert Weiss, this ballet celebrates nature's cycle and captures the color and emotion of each season.






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