Upcoming Events

NC HIP Festival Concert

with Mallarme Chamber Players Music of Sacred Italia

St. Paul's Lutheran

Durham, NC


February 6, 2020


Soprano, Sackbut and Sacred Italia 

($15 suggested donation)

Delve into the mysteries of Sacred Italia. Rarely performed music from turn-of-the-17th century Italy for soprano, sackbut and organ.

Andrea Edith Moore – soprano; Michael Kris – sackbut; Jaqueline Nappi – harpsichord

Friday, Jan. 31 - Friday, Feb. 28, 2020
2020 North Carolina HIP Music Festival

The hippest musicians on period instruments.

The NC HIP Music festival is a month-long festival of events in the Triangle area in NC, performed on period instruments. Highlights include the HIP Festival Orchestra led by Jaap ter Linden, and performances by Raleigh Camerata, Baroque & Beyond, The Vivaldi Project, NC Baroque Orchestra, El Fuego, Mallarme Chamber Players, Forgotten Clefs, Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, Duke and UNC-CH music departments and many others. 
The 2020 HIPSter pass gets you into all NC HIP Music Festival events (including the February 15th Duke Performances concert and the HIPster reception). 

The Magic Flute- First Lady

North Carolina Opera

Raleigh Memorial Auditorium

April 3 7:30pm


April 5 2:00pm


The Queen of the Night convinces Prince Tamino to rescue her daughter, Pamina, from the clutches of the evil high priest Sarastro. Tamino soon learns that Sarastro is not a villain, but the virtuous leader of an enlightened group that both Tamino and Pamina wish to join. With the help of the colorful, zany bird catcher Papageno and his magic bells, Tamino and Pamina pass a series of entrance tests, thus ensuring that love and goodness carry the day. 

The Magic Flute is staged by NCO favorite David Paul (Tosca, Aida, Il Trovatore) and features a remarkable ensemble cast and the NCO Orchestra all conducted by Joseph Mechavich in his NCO debut. 
The performance will last approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission.


Come Hear NC

with Mallarme Chamber Players

St. Stephens Episcopal Church

Durham, NC


June 20, 2020


Hear the sounds of today’s North Carolina with chamber music of contemporary NC composers. World premiere of Kenneth Frazelle’s “Through the Window” Song Cycle (Mallarme commission), J. Mark Scearce – “Keeping Things Whole”, T.J. Anderson – Spirit Songs, Caroline Shaw – In Manus Tuas. This program is supported by Come Hear NC


Andrea Edith Moore – soprano, Scott MacLeod – baritone, Bonnie Thron – cello;

David Heid – piano

Tickets: $25 Adults/ $10 Children and students