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Mallarmé Chamber Players artists are available as soloists and ensembles for concerts, weddings, receptions, and other celebrations. 

We can bring your dreams to reality with our professional musical ensembles custom designed especially for your personalized musical needs. Mallarmé offers music and performers of the highest quality and has 31 years of experience.

Please contact artistic director Suzanne Rousso with inquiries regarding concert performances. suzanne@mallarmemusic.org OR 919-560-2701

Wedding ceremony services include prelude, ceremony music, recessional and postlude.
Receptions or other events including funeral or memorial services.

We can arrange for a soloist, duo, trio, quartet or quintet for your event.

Arrangements of popular classical music such as Wagner and Mendelssohn wedding marches, Bach’s Air on the G String, Pachelbel’s Canon in D, Trumpet Voluntary and others are available for all ensembles. Classical and Baroque repertoire for all ensembles includes works by Bach, Telemann, Vivaldi, Handel, Mozart and Haydn. Mallarmé can also customize selections to reflect customer preferences in repertoire and style (i.e. jazz, contemporary, Renaissance, etc.).

Included in fees for each event:

  • One hour face-to-face consultation with the Artistic Director concerning music and logistics.
  • Access to staff via phone and email prior to event.
  • Locations within the Triangle area; there is an additional travel fee for events outside of Durham, Raleigh or Chapel Hill.
  • Formal, casual or business attire.
  • Music and music stands

Fees start at $350 – please call 919-560-2701 or email office@mallarmemusic.org so that we can customize your musical experience.

Featured Artist

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Baroque historic performance practice, experimental contemporary music and even pop and country. She has performed with the NC HIP Festival and sung backup vocals for pop artist My Brightest Diamond and with country favorites The Red Clay Ramblers.

Moore regularly stars with North Carolina Opera where she “garnered the biggest ovations” for her performance of Micaela in Carmen, in Aida her “Priestess was hauntingly ethereal.” (N&O), in Brittenʼs The Turn of the Screw, “The star of the show was Andrea Edith Moore as the Governess, with beautiful and clear tones, every word and phrase distinct, and convincingly more and more distracted as the drama progressed.” (N&O)

Moore has triumphed with Maestros Vladimir Ashkenazy, Philip Cave, Keitaro Harada, Klaus Dieter Jung, Andreas Mitisek, Lorenzo Muti, Timothy Myers, Gerard Schwartz, and David Zinman and stage-directors  Colin Graham, Keturah Stickann, Garnett Bruce, Vera Calabria, Candace Evans, Marc Verzatt and John Lehmeyer. She has been a principle artist with North Carolina Opera, Hamburger Kammeroper, Central City Opera, Aspen Music Festival, Greensboro Opera, Long Leaf Opera Festival, Yale Opera, and Peabody Opera Theater. Moore has concertized with Richard Tucker Foundation, El Paso Symphony, North Carolina Master Chorale, Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, Duke Symphony, Eastern Music Festival and made notable debuts in Buenos-Aires at Teatro-Colon and Rio de Janeiroʼs Teatro-Municipal.

Moore stays on the pulse of new music and was a 2018 fellow with the Grammy Award winning ensemble Eighth Blackbird at their Blackbird Creative Lab.

Committed to creating and performing the music of living composers she commissioned, produced and premiered Family Secrets: Kith and Kin by Daniel Thomas Davis with seven new texts by world-renowned authors. The world-premiere staging by Francesca Talenti occurred in 2018 with NCO and she is in the process of recording the work with 5 time Grammy Award winning producer Elaine Martone for her debut album. “The roles of Girl, Mother, and Daughter were sung by Moore, who continues to wow audiences with her powerful and flexible soprano voice, her acting ability, her dedication and drive, and her charm that enables such projects as this to be successful.” (CVNC) 

In June of 2020 Moore will premiere Through the Window a new song cycle by composer Kenneth Frazelle with Mallarme Chamber Players. Additionally, Moore has premiered works by Judah Adashi, Allen Anderson, David Arcus, Stephen Chatman, Daniel Thomas Davis, Marjorie Merryman, Eric Schwartz, Martin Suckling and Zachary Wadsworth. She has served as a vocal advisor with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company and has worked intimately with modern dance choreographer Ros Warby. She sang the role of Sara in Jennifer Higdon’s new opera Cold Mountain; the 2017 world premiere of Eric Schwartz’s live film-score accompanying The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari; Dianarah in Patrick Morganelli’s inventive opera Hercules vs. Vampires screened with the film “Hercules in the Haunted World” with NCO.

Moore is a prize-winner in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, a grant recipient from the Anna Sosenko Assist Trust and has been twice awarded the Yale School of Music Alumni Award. For her commission Family Secrets: Kith and Kin Moore was granted the Performing Arts Special Activities Fund from UNC-CH and the Ella Fountain Pratt Emerging Artist Grant from the Durham and NC Arts Councils.

Ms. Moore holds degrees from Yale University, the Peabody Conservatory of Music at The Johns Hopkins University and UNCSA. She served on the voice faculty of UNC at Chapel Hill for seven years.

 

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