Join the extraordinary pianist Robert Brewer and me for an afternoon of gorgeous repertoire from Mozart, Dvorak, Szulc, Puccini, Sonheim and more!
A Concert of New Songs
by Sue Klausmeyer
Binkley Baptist Church
Chapel Hill, NC
January 26, 2020
Andrea Edith Moore, Soprano, Michael Boley, Tenor and Derek Gracey, Baritone
Cathy Hamner, piano
The Meredith College Chorale
Shannon Gravelle, Director
Binkley Baptist Church Choir & Friends
Kyle Ballantine, Minister of Music
NC HIP Festival Concert
with Mallarme Chamber Players Soprano, Sackbutt and Sacred Italia
St. Paul's Lutheran
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).
Come Hear NC
with Mallarme Chamber Players
St. Stephens Episcopal Church
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;