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Updated 10/16/17

  • Carolina Renaissance Festival
    24th Season w/ Artisian Marketplace

    Saturdays and Sundays, September 30th - November 19th
    16445 Poplar Tent Rd, Huntersville, NC
    INFO: Carolina.RenFestInfo.com
    Hosted on a 325 acre site minutes north of Charlotte, between Concord and Huntersville, at the junction of NC 73 and Poplar Tent Road


  • Carolina Ballet
    Sleepy Hollow & Other Haunted Tales

    October 12th through 29th @ 2:00 PM & 8:00 PM
    A.J. Fletcher Opera House: 2 E. South St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: CarolinaBallet.com
    Washington Irving's bone-chilling tale, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” recounts Ichabod Crane and his doomed courtship with Katrina Van Tassel. Choreographer in Residence Zalman Raffael brings this tale to the stage.


  • North Carolina Baroque Orchestra
    Splendors of the Baroque

    Sunday, October 15th @ 4:00 PM
    First Christian Church: 307 East 3rd St, Washington, NC
    Tuesday, October 17th @ 7:30 PM
    A.J. Fletcher Opera House: 2 E. South St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: NCBaroqueOrchestra.com
    Features J.S. Bach’s beautiful concerto for two violins, a concerto for two flutes by Quantz, Corelli’s Concerto Grosso #1, and music by Fasch, Vivaldi and Leclair.


  • St. Mary's Smedes Parlor Series
    An Evening of Piano Trios

    Tuesday, October 17th @ 8:00 PM (doors @ 7:30)
    Smedes-Emory Parlor - St. Mary's Campus: 900 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: SMS.edu/our-programs/arts/smedes-parlor-concert-series
    Fabián López, violin - Nathan Leyland, cello - Jeremy Thompson, piano


  • Church of the Good Shepherd
    Ensemble Chaconne: European Masters in 18th Century London

    Sunday, October 22nd @ 5:00 PM
    Church of the Good Shepherd: 231 N. Church St, Rocky Mount, NC
    INFO: Lawrence Goering: 252-442-1134, ext. 224
    They will perform on copies of early instruments and a six-course English guitar that was built in 1790 in London.


  • Chapel Hill Philharmonia
    Children's Concert

    October 22, 2017
    Concert 3:00pm
    Location: Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall, UNC-CH campus
    This is our usual children's concert, pitched for a bit older children this time. I've enclosed attachments of our press release and poster for your enjoyment. We are pleased that one of our former players is now a famous composer!


 

 Previous Week's Classical Calendar:

  • Carolina Renaissance Festival
    24th Season w/ Artisian Marketplace

    Saturdays and Sundays, September 30th - November 19th
    16445 Poplar Tent Rd, Huntersville, NC
    INFO: Carolina.RenFestInfo.com
    Hosted on a 325 acre site minutes north of Charlotte, between Concord and Huntersville, at the junction of NC 73 and Poplar Tent Road


  • Duke University Department of Music
    Duke Symphony Orchestra

    Wednesday, October 11th @ 8:00 PM
    Baldwin Auditorium, Duke University: 1336 Campus Drive Durham, NC
    INFO: Music.Duke.edu
    Mozart: Symphony No. 35 in D Major, K. 385, “Haffner - Bartók: Two Portraits, Op. 5 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 in F Major, Op. 93


  • Durham Savoyards
    World Premiere of Thespis

    Thursday, October 12th & Friday, October 13th @ 8:00 PM
    Saturday, October 14th @ 7:00 PM
    Sunday, October 15th @ 3:00 PM
    East Chapel Hill High School Auditorium: 500 Weaver Dairy Rd, Chapel Hill, NC
    INFO: DurhamSavoyards.org
    Most of Sir Arthur Sullivan’s score for Thespis was lost -- but W.S. Gilbert’s libretto remained intact. The Durham Savoyard’s long-time Music Director, Alan Riley Jones, has set Thespis to music once again, orchestrating and blending seamlessly with the remaining Sullivan pieces in Thespis. It is joined by Gilbert & Sullivan's second work, the hilarious Trial by Jury, which pokes fun at the legal system.


  • Carolina Ballet
    Sleepy Hollow & Other Haunted Tales

    October 12th through 29th @ 2:00 PM & 8:00 PM
    A.J. Fletcher Opera House: 2 E. South St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: CarolinaBallet.com
    Washington Irving's bone-chilling tale, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” recounts Ichabod Crane and his doomed courtship with Katrina Van Tassel. Choreographer in Residence Zalman Raffael brings this tale to the stage.


  • Duke University Department of Music
    NYC: Music for Flute & Piano

    Friday, October 13th @ 8:00 PM
    Baldwin Auditorium, Duke University: 1336 Campus Drive Durham, NC
    INFO: Music.Duke.edu
    Music by composers with a New York connection, including Dvorák, Piazzolla, Liebermann, and others feat. Carla Copeland-Burns, flute & Inara Zandmane, piano


  • North Carolina Baroque Orchestra
    Splendors of the Baroque

    Sunday, October 15th @ 4:00 PM
    First Christian Church: 307 East 3rd St, Washington, NC
    Tuesday, October 17th @ 7:30 PM
    A.J. Fletcher Opera House: 2 E. South St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: NCBaroqueOrchestra.com
    Features J.S. Bach’s beautiful concerto for two violins, a concerto for two flutes by Quantz, Corelli’s Concerto Grosso #1, and music by Fasch, Vivaldi and Leclair.


  • Hayes Barton United Methodist
    Stephen Aber in Recital

    Sunday, October 15th @ 3:00 PM
    Hayes Barton Methodist Church: 2209 Fairview Rd, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: HBUMC.org/concerts
    with Claire Boling, Stephen Howell, and Alex Fioto


  • Duke Chapel Music
    Organ Recital: Kola Owolabi

    Sunday, October 15th @ 5:00 PM
    Duke University Chapel: 401 Chapel Dr, Durham, NC
    INFO: Music.Duke.edu
    Dr. Kola Owolabi, whose playing has been described as "a thrilling combination of technical prowess and artistic ingenuity" (The American Organist), will present an eclectic program of music from the 17th through 20th centuries on the Brombaugh and Flentrop organs.


  • St. Mary's Smedes Parlor Series
    An Evening of Piano Trios

    Tuesday, October 17th @ 8:00 PM (doors @ 7:30)
    Smedes-Emory Parlor - St. Mary's Campus: 900 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: SMS.edu/our-programs/arts/smedes-parlor-concert-series
    Fabián López, violin - Nathan Leyland, cello - Jeremy Thompson, piano






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