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Photo of the WCPE String Quartet by the North Carolina Chamber Music Institute
About the Festival:
Concert Schedule and highlights:
The 2022 season will include 60+ performances by ensembles of varying shapes and sizes at EMF’s home location in Guilford College’s Dana Auditorium, as well as other locations in Greensboro, and one performance in Boone, North Carolina at Appalachian State University. The highlights this summer include:
Signature Performances: featuring EMF Faculty Artists, students, and friends of EMF
Student chamber recitals and piano recitals throughout the season
Five world premieres by living composers: Adolphus Hailstork (July 16), Paul Frucht & Avner Dorman (July 23), Michael Ippolito (July 20), Gerard Schwarz (July 7), and one NC premiere by Giacomo Susani (July 19)
For tickets and more information, visit the Festival’s website.
Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
About the Program:
The final concert of the Ciompi Quartet Presents 2022 Summer Chamber Music Series features violinist Eric Pritchard performing with Elizabeth Anderson (cello) and Brandt Fredriksen (piano). The program includes trios of Shostakovich, Bill Robinson, and Dvořák’s “Dumky” quartet.
Location: The Wilson Center, Wilmington, North Carolina
About the Program:
One of the world’s greatest pianists visits Wilmington and Vivace Music Foundation to present Beethoven’s grandest set of variations: the Diabelli. According to Gramophone, “Every time we hear him (Richard Goode), he impresses us as better than we remembered, surprising us, surpassing our expectations and communicating perceptions that stay in the mind.”