Mallarmé’s 2020-21 season is a bevy of unique virtual concerts and content until it is safe to perform in a live setting, beginning with 3 concerts celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth! Information about each virtual “episode” is below.  SEASON PRESS RELEASE

NEW – Become a member of Mallarme for 2020-21 season and get access to all online concerts (and live series concerts when we have them) starting at $125. More information and sign up here

NEXT UP – Mallarme and Raleigh Camerata collaborate on a virtual program of music from the French Baroque period, premiering March 13, 2021 at 7:30 pm. For more info check out our events listing below

MAY 2021, date TBA – Jazz U Consortium featuring Baron Tymas – guitar (NCCU), Juan Alamo – percussion (UNC-CH) and John Brown (Duke) in jazz standards and original compositions.

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“Informances” by Mallarmé musicians, taking a deep dive into their musical lives and interests

Chapter 1: Nicholas DiEugenio – violin, the music of J.S. Bach on period instruments

Chapter 2: Stephanie Vial – cello, the music of A. Caporale and J.C. Bach

Chapter 3: Andrea Edith Moore – soprano (available November 20, 2020)

Listen to archival audio recordings from concerts over our 37 years!

February 2021: Celebrating Black History month with the music of Undine Smith Moore
WATCH/LISTEN Afro-America Suite I. Andante from a concert in May 2010 at the Carolina Theatre, Durham


Three virtual concerts featuring lesser-known (but awesome) chamber music of Beethoven and his contemporaries.


Upcoming Events

La Musique de la chambre du Roi – VIRTUAL CONCERT PREMIERE/ON-DEMAND

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FACEBOOK Virtual premiere: Saturday, March 13, 2021 7:30 pm FREE!! Available ON DEMAND March 14-31, 2021 pay what you wish ($0 -25) (and free for Mallarme Friends Members) TICKETS: […]

Featured Artist

Jennnifer Curtis violin

Kelly Nivison – Traverso
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Dr. Kelly Nivison performs with the Durham Symphony on flute and piccolo, performs regularly with the Carolina Philharmonic, and on traverso, she performs with the Raleigh Camerata….

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… Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, and the Catawba River Baroque. She teaches flute, saxophone, and piano privately, and has previously served as the adjunct professor of applied woodwinds at Vincennes University. Kelly has previously performed with Indy Baroque Orchestra’s Ensemble Voltaire, Bourbon Baroque Orchestra, and Owensboro Symphony in addition to several other modern orchestras and ensembles. She currently serves as Artistic Director for Raleigh Camerata, and on the board for the North Carolina Bach Festival. She previously served as the volunteer coordinator and board member for the Bloomington Early Music Festival, and was previously the president of Gamma Ut, the student organization for the Early Music Institute at Indiana University

Dr. Nivison has won the National Flute Association Graduate Research Competition (2018) for her Doctoral thesis “The Flute In Transition,” won second place in the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra’s Concerto Competition (2014), has been a semi-finalist in the National Flute Association’s Baroque Flute Artist competition four times (2007, 2009, 2012, 2015), and has won the National Flute Association’s Baroque Masterclass Performers competition (2011). Known for her performances, Andrea Luke of CVNC writes that Dr. Nivison is “arguably the most accomplished Baroque flutist in the state, her technique … [is] fluid and infallible.” She has performed for notable period flutists, including Barthold Kuijken, Claire Guimond, Rachel Brown, Sandra Miller, Stephen Schultz, Janet See, Christopher Krueger, and Stephen Preston. Dr. Nivison received her doctorate in Historical Flute Performance at the Early Music Institute at Indiana University where she also completed a minor in music education and modern flute performance. Additionally, Dr. Nivison holds flute performance degrees from Florida State University (M.M) and Appalachian State University (B.M.), a certificate in early music from Florida State University, and a K-12 music education degree from Appalachian State University (B.M.). Her teachers include Barbara Kallaur, Kathryn Lukas, Eva Amsler, and Nancy Schneeloch-Bingham.

Three cats join Kelly in her home in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is an advocate for feline diabetes treatment and knowledge along with giving special needs kitties a chance at life. For fun, Kelly enjoys the outdoors, and has hiked several sections of the Appalachian Trail.