Mallarmé’s 2020-21 season is in the works with a bevy of unique virtual concerts and content until it is safe to perform in a live setting. Stayed tuned for more information about programs, artists and a NEW membership option.
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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), T.J. Anderson – Spirit […]
For your safety and ours, this concert has been cancelled. If you would like to turn your ticket into a donation to Mallarme or would prefer a refund please email […]
Mallarme and the Atlantic Dance Theatre brings together four acclaimed NC artists for this Family Concert: modern choreographer Michelle Pearson, baroque dancer and choreographer Paige Whitley-Bauguess, modern dancer Steven James […]
The New York Times described violinist Jennifer Curtis’s second solo concert in Carnegie Hall as “one of the gutsiest and most individual recital programs.” She was celebrated as “an artist of keen intelligence and taste, well worth watching out for.”
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Curtis navigates with personality and truth in every piece she performs. Jennifer is a member of the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) and founder of the group Tres Americas Ensemble. She has appeared as a soloist with the Simon Bolivar Orchestra in Venezuela and the Knights Chamber Orchestra; performed in Romania in honor of George Enescu; given world premieres at the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York; collaborated with composer John Adams at the Library of Congress; and appeared at El Festival de las Artes en Escenicas (FAEL) in Peru and festivals worldwide.
An educator with a focus on music as humanitarian aid, Jennifer has also collaborated with musical shaman of the Andes, improvised for live radio from the interior of the Amazon jungle, and taught and collaborated with Kurdish refugees in Turkey.
Jennifer joins the Haw River Ballroom’s Culture Mill in Saxapahaw, North Carolina as artist in residence this spring, and will teach a course on the art of interpretation at Duke University next year. She plays on a 1777 Vincenzo Panormo.