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Updated 11/19/17

  • Carolina Ballet
    Handle's Messiah

    Wednesday, November 22nd, - Sunday, November 26th
    Raleigh Memorial Auditorium: 2 E. South St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: CarolinaBallet.com
    Choreographed by Artistic Director Robert Weiss with chamber orchestra musicians and the North Carolina Master Chorale under the direction of Alfred E. Sturgis.

  • Baroque Masters - North Carolina Symphony Friday Favorites Series
    North Carolina Symphony

    December 1, 2017, 12:00 PM
    Meymandi Concert Hall
    North Carolina Master Chorale
    Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 1?Bach: Selections from the Christmas Oratorio?Bach: Choruses from the Christmas Cantatas?Buxtehude: In dulci jubilo (“In Quiet Joy”)?Vivaldi: Selections from Gloria This all-Baroque program includes Bach’s Christmas Oratorio and selections from the Christmas Cantatas, as well his popular Brandenburg Concerto No. 1—plus, Vivaldi’s Concerto for Two Horns will be performed on natural horns.


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  • 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 Performances
    St. Thomas Choir of Leipzig

    Tuesday, November 14th @ 8:00 PM
    Duke University Chapel: 401 Chapel Dr, Durham, NC
    INFO: DukePerformances.Duke.edu
    J.S. Bach's 50-voice boychoir, singing works by Bach, Mendelssohn, Schütz, and Schein

  • NC Alzheimers
    Art of the Grape

    Wednesday, November 15th @ 5:30-9:00 PM
    Woman's Club of Raleigh: 3300 Womans Club Dr, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: ALZNC.org
    Wines and hearty appetizers will be offered. Original art from NC artists will be on display for auction. Special guest Dan Nelson, celebrated Raleigh artist, will create a painting during the event!

  • North Carolina Symphony
    Mozart's Requiem

    Thursday, November 16, 7:30 PM
    Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral: 715 Nazareth St, Raleigh, North Carolina
    Friday and Saturday, November 17th and 18th @ 8:00 PM
    Meymandi Concert Hall: 2 E. South St, Raleigh, NC
    INFO: NCSymphony.org
    Douglas Boyd conducting the North Carolina Symphony, guest soloists, and the North Carolina Master Chorale in Mozart's storied final work, the Requiem

  • Cary Apex Piano Teachers Association
    (Free!)Duo Piano Recital featuring guest pianists Kerry Henry and Tonya Kirk

    Friday, November 17th @ 7:30 PM
    Cary Arts Center: 101 Dry Avenue, Cary, NC
    CAPTA is proud to present a one piano/four hand recital that will feature music by Grieg, Cornick, Gershwin, Bizet and more.
    The guest pianists, Kerry Henry and Tonya Kirk are piano teachers from the Triangle area and both are very active in the North Carolina Music Teachers Association.

  • Triangle Wind Ensemble
    SOS: Surprising Overtures and Symphonies

    Saturday, November 18th @ 7:30PM
    Cary Arts Center: 101 Dry Avenue, Cary, NC
    INFO: TriangleWind.org
    The audience will be delighted with overtures, a complete symphony, a symphonic movement, and a cakewalk all conducted by Evan Feldman

  • Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle
    Masters of the 19th Century

    Sunday, November 19th @ 3:00 PM
    Carolina Theatre of Durham: 309 West Morgan St, Durham, NC
    INFO: www.TheCOT.org
    Brahms - Variations on a theme by Hayd, Dvorak - Violin concerto, Tim Fain – violi, Dinner after at Fairview at Washington Duke

  • Duke Chapel Music
    Messiah Sing-Along

    Sunday, November 19th @ 5:15 PM
    Duke University Chapel: 401 Chapel Dr, Durham, NC
    INFO: Chapel.Duke.edu/Music
    All in the community are invited to come sing a selection of choruses from Handel's beloved masterwork. Soloists from the Duke community will also present arias. Directed by Rodney Wynkoop.

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