TOTA PULCHRA ES

You Are All Beautiful –  celebrates the universal bonds of humanity. World-renowned composer William Banfield created the score, and the Mallarmé Chamber Players will perform this exciting piece of music that is scored for piano, violin, viola, cello and percussion and choreographed by Gaspard Louis. The piano quartet of Gustav...

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2015-16 Mallarme Concert Series with Sept 18 opener

CONCERT 1 Friday September 18, 2015 8:00 pm Reynolds Theater, 125 Science Drive, Duke University, Durham Tota Pulchra Es You are All Beautiful A collaboration with Gaspard&Dancers, a commissioned work for string trio, piano and percussion by William Banfield with new choreography by Gaspard Louis more… CONCERT 2 Sunday October...

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TOTA PULCHRA ES

You Are All Beautiful –  celebrates the universal bonds of humanity. World-renowned composer William Banfield created the score, and the Mallarmé Chamber Players will perform this exciting piece of music that is scored for piano, violin, viola, cello and percussion and choreographed by Gaspard Louis. The piano quartet of Gustav...

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Songs of the Night – House Concert

Music for soprano, piano, viola and clarinet featuring soprano Kathryn Mueller. Program: Juliana Hall – Night Dances William Bolcom – Let Evening Come Max Bruch – Eight pieces for viola, clarinet and piano Franz Schubert – Shepherd on the Rock Eric Stellrecht – piano, Doug Monroe – clarinet, Suzanne Rousso...

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NOSFERATU on Halloween at the Cary Theater

Yes, that Nosferatu, the premiere vampire movie released in 1922 as a silent film directed by F.W. Murnau. To celebrate Halloween come and watch the creepy film accompanied by live chamber music at The Cary! THE FILM: Murnau had wanted to film a version of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, but his...

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Viva Italia at the Boston Early Music Festival

Duke Vespers Ensemble, Mallarmé Chamber Players, Washington Cornett and Sackbutt Ensemble directed by Brian A.Schmidt; Christopher Jacobson, organ MORE ABOUT THE BOSTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL Have you ever wondered what church music was like in Rome during the 1600’s? Many of Europe’s most famous Renaissance and Baroque composers lived and worked in...

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Party on the Porch

WHAT:  PARTY ON THE PORCH Donor appreciation party where friends bring friends! WHEN: Saturday, June 20 at 3 pm WHERE: Home of Ellen and Arturo Ciompi Join us for our annual Party on the Porch where we thank our current donors and welcome new friends! There will be a short...

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Viva Italia

Have you ever wondered what church music was like in Rome during the 1600’s? Many of Europe’s most famous Renaissance and Baroque composers lived and worked in Rome during this time, like Tomás Luis de Victoria, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Giacomo Carissimi. Others, like Marc-Antoine Charpentier, traveled from across Europe to...

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Viva Italia

Have you ever wondered what church music was like in Rome during the 1600’s? Many of Europe’s most famous Renaissance and Baroque composers lived and worked in Rome during this time, like Tomás Luis de Victoria, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Giacomo Carissimi. Others, like Marc-Antoine Charpentier, traveled from across Europe to...

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Family Concert – La Bella Cubana

Hear music with the distinctive style and rhythm of sunny Cuba, including the iconic Danzon – Cuba’s official dance! A concert for any music lover 5-99 years old and their families! Eric Hirsh – piano Ellye Walsh – flute Leah Peroutka – violin Ramon Ortiz – percussion Music by Jose...

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