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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Eric Hirsh

Series Concert 5: DANZÓN

CONCERT IS SUNDAY, MARCH 22 7:30 pm Follow the progression of Cuban classical chamber music to Danzón, a musical and dance style with roots in European classical and Afro-Cuban music. ARTISTS Eric Hirsh piano Leah Peroutka violin Elizabeth Phelps violin Sam Gold viola Ellye Walsh flute Peter Kimosh bass Robert...

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Baroque Gems from Germany, France and England – FREE CONCERT

Tuesday March 24, 2015 on the Smedes Parlour Series, St. Mary’s School, Raleigh EVENT IS FREE Beverly Biggs – harpsichord Suzanne Rousso – baroque viola William Thauer – baroque oboe and recorder PROGRAM: J.D. Heinichen                       Sonata in C Minor for oboe, viola and harpsichord, S. 254 (1683-1729) William Flackton                   Sonata...

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Meet The Composer concert and residency

Bo Newsome, composer working with each 4th grade class to compose their own melody based on a character in a story. The BoSuNa (Bo Newsome – oboe, Suzanne Rousso – viola, Nate Leyland – cello) trio will perform for the entire 4th grade 2/23 and perform each class’s composition. This...

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Mallarme at RDU

Mallarmé will be entertaining travelers and spreading good cheer at the Raleigh-Durham airport during the holidays. Violinist Anne Leyland, cellist Nate Leyland and violist Suzanne Rousso will be performing holiday tunes for string trio in Terminal One on Monday, Dec 22 from 4 pm – 6 pm. If you are...

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Meet The Composer concert and residency

Bo Newsome, composer working with each 3rd grade class to compose a theme for the R.N. Harris “Alice in the Looking Glass” trio. This residency is sponsored in part by the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation

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NOSFERATU

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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NOSFERATU

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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