Ciompi Presents: Summer Music Series: Spring in Paris

Doris Duke Center 420 Anderson Street Sarah P. Duke Gardens,, Durham, NC, United States

Caroline Stinson, cello This concert of French music old, new, and popular, with strings, percussion, and song, brings us together around the French Fête des voisins - a get-together with neighbors and friends for a moment of conviviality. Spring in Paris - there isn't a better time to visit!

$10 – $25

Chapel Hill Piano Salon: George Li

The Chapel Hill Piano Salon 3 Lanier Drive, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

J.S. Bach    French Suite No. 6 in E Major, BWV 817 R. Schumann    Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6 ~ Intermission ~ L. van Beethoven    Andante favori, WoO 57 L. van Beethoven    Piano Sonata No. 21 in C Major, Op. 53, "Waldstein"

$85

North Carolina Symphony: Tchaikovsky Spectacular

Koka Booth Amphitheatre 8003 Regency Parkway, Cary, NC, United States

Michelle Di Russo, conductor Rodolfo Leone, piano Tchaikovsky: Overture to The Queen of Spades Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 Tchaikovsky: Romeo & Juliet Fantasy Overture Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture

$35 – $51

Chapel Hill Piano Salon: George Li

The Chapel Hill Piano Salon 3 Lanier Drive, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

J.S. Bach    French Suite No. 6 in E Major, BWV 817 R. Schumann    Davidsbündlertänze, Op. 6 ~ Intermission ~ L. van Beethoven    Andante favori, WoO 57 L. van Beethoven    Piano Sonata No. 21 in C Major, Op. 53, "Waldstein"

$85

Charlotte Symphony: Sounds of Joy!

The Casey by Beau Monde 1801 N Tryon St, Charlotte, United States

This spring, Sounds of Joy is set to move and inspire you, as we celebrate the music education legacy of the Charlotte Symphony. It will be an evening of stories, music, and elegance at one of Charlotte's newest and soon to be hottest venues -- The Casey. Make a grand entrance upstairs to the cocktail hour for networking. Then join us for a delicious buffet dinner accompanied by a documentary film highlighting the importance and lifelong impact of the Charlotte Symphony. Finally, walk outside for a breathtaking first-view of the Symphony's brand-new mobile stage, unveiled and opened for a special short performance by a CSO Youth Orchestra quartet. Your attendance and support is crucial in sharing the joy of music with over 12,000 children each year. Join us and be a part of making our music possible!

North Carolina Symphony: Family Fun 4 Everyone

Meymandi Concert Hall at Martin Marrietta Center for the Performing Arts 2 East South Street, Raleigh, NC, United States

Grant Llewellyn, conductor Lisa Jolley, vocalist This concert experience is welcoming to all families—including people with autism or other sensory sensitivities. At this one-hour, fun-filled performance, enjoy classical favorites. Come early to try out instruments at our Instrument Zoo and meet new friends!

Asheville Baroque Concerts: Gems of the Obscure

St. Giles Chapel at Deerfield 1617 Hendersonville Rd., Asheville, NC, United States

Beautiful solos and duos by composers you've most likely never heard of! Fall in love with the most obscure composers of the Baroque era who were revered in their lifetimes, but didn't quite make it into the music history books. Works by Carolus Hacquart, August and Johann Michael Kühnel, LeMoyne, St. Luc, and Jean Cappus.

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban in Concert

Steven Tanger Performing Arts Center 300 N. Elm Street, Greensboro, NC, United States

Relive the magic of your favorite wizard in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™  in Concert. Based on the third installment of the classic saga, the thrilling tale is accompanied by the music of a live symphony orchestra as Harry soars across the big screen.

$35 – $80

EASTERN MUSIC FESTIVAL

This year's program promises five weeks brimming with daily free and ticketed performances, featuring EMF’s renowned faculty artists, emerging young musicians, and esteemed guest soloists. Events will take place primarily at Guilford College’s Dana Auditorium, with a special performance at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Highlights of the 2024 season include: Signature Performances: June 26: Renowned Pianist William Wolfram in Recital ($35/ticket) June 27: "Welcome Bach" - An Evening Dedicated to Johann Sebastian Bach ($35/ticket) June 28: "EMF Celebrates: Dvořák’s America" - By EMF Faculty and Young Artists Orchestras (Pay What You Can) July 1: The Amernet String Quartet in Recital ($35/ticket) July 3: Euphonium-Tuba Institute Recital ($35/ticket) July 10: US Air Force Heritage Winds Quintet (FREE) July 17: "Rhythm & Resonance" - Featuring EMF Percussion Faculty ($35/ticket) July 21: KALEIDOSCOPE: EMF 2024 Orchestral Fellows Recital (Pay What You Can) July 22: OVERTURES: EMF 2024 Conducting Scholars (Pay What You Can) July 24: EMF Classical Guitar Summit ($35/ticket) at Temple Emanuel Weekly Events: Tuesdays: Chamber Music with the Eastern Chamber Players ($35/ticket) Thursdays and Fridays: EMF Young Artist Orchestras ($15/ticket) Saturdays: The Joseph M. Bryan, Jr. Festival Orchestra Series ($55/ticket) 2024 Festival Orchestra Series Soloists include: Béla Fleck, banjo (June 29), Carter Doolittle, saxophone (June 29), Jeffrey Multer, violin (July 6), Julian Schwarz, cello (July 6), Santiago Rodriguez, piano (July 13), Jason Vieaux, guitar (July 20), Amanda Forsyth, cello (July 20), Chee Yun, violin (July […]

Ciompi Presents: Summer Music Series: EVOCATIONS

Baldwin Auditorium 1336 Campus Drive, Durham, NC, United States

Jonathan Bagg, viola Schubert's joyous "Trout" Quintet meets the dark, mystical world of Osvaldo Golijov's Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind, a Klezmer-inspired classic of our time for clarinet and strings. Also on the program: For Toru for flute & strings by Lukas Foss. Rane Moore, clarinet; Jesse Mills and Emilie-Anne Gendron, violins; Jonathan Bagg, viola; Thomas Kraines, cello; Laura Gilbert, flute; Rieko Aizawa, piano; Zachary Hobin, bass.

$10 – $25

Ciompi Presents: Summer Music Series: Dreamtime

Doris Duke Center 420 Anderson Street Sarah P. Duke Gardens,, Durham, NC, United States

Presented by Eric Pritchard, violin Throughout human history, artists and composers have sought to lift the veil of the subconscious by giving voice to the dreamworld in their work. This concert begins with luminous sounds and evocative stories from six contemporary composers and concludes with a transcription of Arnold Schoenberg's glorious setting of Transfigured Night.

$10 – $25