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Mallarmé is GOING LIVE again after 14 months in a concert to be held at Durham’s Central Park on Friday, May 21, 2021 at 7:30 pm. See event calendar below for concert details. FREE and open to the public!

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

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

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MUSIC AMONG FRIENDS SERIES
“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
WATCH MUSIC AMONG FRIENDS – CHAPTER 1

Chapter 2: Stephanie Vial – cello, the music of A. Caporale and J.C. Bach
WATCH MUSIC AMONG FRIENDS – CHAPTER 2

MALLARME MEMORIES
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

March 2021: Celebrating Women’s History month with the music of Joan Tower
WATCH/LISTEN Island Prelude from a concert in October 2011 at the Nasher Museum, Durham

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MUSIC IN SPACES.VIRTUALLY~ODE TO JOY SERIES 1-3
Three virtual concerts featuring lesser-known (but awesome) chamber music of Beethoven and his contemporaries.

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Upcoming Events

Pop-up in the Park Concert: Hideaway String Trio

Pavilion at Durham Central Park 501 Foster St, Durham

WE'RE BACK! Join violinist Jennifer Curtis, cellist Stephanie Vial and violist Suzanne Rousso in a LIVE, casual concert of lovely classical music for string trio. Music of J.S. Bach, Ludwig […]

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Jennnifer Curtis violin

Jeanetta Powell Hopkins
Bull City Music School

A native of Memphis,Tennessee, Jeanetta Hopkins has always had music play a major role in her life.
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A life long learner of music and humanity, she created Bull City Music School to further spread a message of love, respect and self-confidence through music performance. Jeanetta first felt the love of classical music with her uncle, famed jazz pianist, Rozelle Claxton. Jeanetta went on to study the viola and majored in music education at Jackson State University in Mississippi.

She is committed to serving her community and making music education accessible through her foundation, Bull City Performing Arts. A sought after pedagogue, Jeanetta can be found mentoring pre-service music educators and advocating for underrepresented composers and musicians.

April 30- May 2, 2021 ushers in the first ever Claxton Powell Music Festival, which celebrates diversity in music education and performance. It will be presented virtually; curated by Jeanetta it will include panel discussions and performances, including a recital by pianist Joseph Williams

More info about the festival and events can be found at https://www.claxtonpowellmusic.com/

Proceeds from the festival will support scholarships for private music lessons through Bull City Performing Arts

Mallarmé is a media sponsor of the Claxton Powell Music Festival