NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Biber Bowl Revisited in Raleigh

Christ Church 120 E Edenton Street, Raleigh, NC

As the opening event for the 2023 North Carolina HIP Music Festival, Mallarme presents the music of Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber. Biber was a master of stringed instruments and wrote the 15 Mystery Sonatas that chronicle the life of Christ through music for violin and continuo. Mallarme presented this collection of sonatas in February 2016 […]

$10 – $30

NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Biber Bowl Revisited in Durham

St Paul's Lutheran Church 1200 W Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC

As the opening event for the 2023 North Carolina HIP Music Festival, Mallarme presents the music of Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber. Biber was a master of stringed instruments and wrote the 15 Mystery Sonatas that chronicle the life of Christ through music for violin and continuo. Mallarme presented this collection of sonatas in February 2016 […]

$10 – $30

NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Gems of the Obscure

St Paul's Lutheran Church 1200 W Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC

CONCERT: Gems of the Obscure  Tuesday, February 7, 2023 @7:30 pm, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Durham Works by Cappus, Kühnel and Schenck for viola da gamba and lute | $20 Donation at the door or HIPster pass Gail Ann Schroeder - viola da gamba Daniel Swenberg - Baroque lute & theorbo

$20

NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: The Baryton ~15 strings to bow or pluck

Person Recital Hall 181 E. Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, NC

CONCERT: The Baryton: 15 strings to bow or pluck (UNC-CH MUSIC Department) Wednesday, February 8, 2023 @ 7:30 pm, Person Recital Hall, UNC-CH The Baryton is a member of the viol family with 6 bowed strings, and 9 sympathetic strings that can also be plucked. This concert will sample a variety of chamber music written […]

Free

NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Flourish Hoboys! Wind Music from Renaissance England

St Paul's Lutheran Church 1200 W Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC

Friday, February 10, 2023 @ 7:30 pm, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Durham Forgotten Clefs presents the soundscape of Renaissance England by exploring musical gems from the Tudor court and common street festivities ARTISTS Christopher Armijo, Keith Collins, Adam Dillon, Kelsey Schilling, Sarah Schilling $20 Requested Donation at the door OR HIPster pass Through the performance […]

$20

NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL FAMILY CONCERT: Crumhorns & Clever Consorts! Instruments families from the Renaissance

Duke Gardens 420 Anderson St., Durham, NC

Saturday, February 11, 2023 @ 1: 00 pm, Kirby Horton Hall, Duke Gardens, Durham Mallarmé presents the Forgotten Clefs in fun melodies from Renaissance England! Learn about cool Renaissance instruments like sackbuts, crumhorns, and recorders! | FREE ARTISTS: Christopher Armijo, Keith Collins, Adam Dillon, Kelsey Schilling, Sarah Schilling We welcome peeps 5-years-old and up!

Free

NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Now and Then, solo viola da gamba through the ages

St Paul's Lutheran Church 1200 W Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC

CONCERT: Now and Then, solo viola da gamba through the ages (Gail Ann Schroeder, curator) Saturday, February 11, 2023 @ 7:30 pm, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Durham Works by Dubuisson, Telemann, C.F. Abel, M. Bishop and D. Loeb | $20 Donation At The Door*

$20

2023 NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL SPECIAL EVENT: Baroque Brunch @ Alley Twenty Six

Alley Twenty Six 320 E Chapel Hill Street, Durham, NC

Join lutenist/vocalist Salomé Sandoval as she serenades brunchers with Baroque music at Alley Twenty Six, in downtown Durham! Enjoy your scrumptious meal and craft cocktails while listening to beautiful music at the James Beard nominated restaurant for Outstanding Bar Program owned by Shannon Healy, mixologist supreme! Go to https://www.alleytwentysix.com/ to make a reservation and check […]

NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Novelty and Familiarity: The 18th century string trio

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 227 East Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill, NC

 (Baroque & Beyond/ The Vivaldi Project) Sunday, February 12, 2023 @ 3:00 pm, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 227 E. Rosemary Street, Chapel Hill The title of this program sums up the 18th-century string trio, which is at once brand new and wonderfully familiar—an extensive body of works, mostly unknown to modern audiences, yet written in […]

$25

NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Weeping, wailing, and gnashing of teeth

St Paul's Lutheran Church 1200 W Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC

Tuesday, February 14, 2023 @ 7:00 pm, St Paul's Lutheran Church, Durham An anti-Valentine's event for cynics and anyone with Valentine's blues. Music of Barbara Strozzi and John Dowland plus the poetry of Christopher Marlowe, Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir Thomas Wyatt, Maura High, Alison Hurwitz |$20 Donation at the door OR HIPSter pass Tamsin Simmill […]

$20

2023 NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL LECTURE: Black Fiddlers of Monticello

Goodson Chapel 407 Chapel Drive, Durham, NC

Black Fiddlers of Monticello tells the story of the three fiddle-playing sons of Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson, as well as their fiddling cousins, the Scotts. Both families played for important events at Monticello and lived in downtown Charlottesville for a time. This multimedia program will teach participants about these fiddlers’ important musical contributions, and […]

Free

2023 NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Might, Magnificence, and Jubilation

First United Methodist Church of Cary 17 S. Academy Street, Cary, NC

Choral and orchestral works to inspire today's youth! Raleigh Camerata, Voices of a New Renaissance, Capital City Girls’ Choir, NC Master Chorale Youth Choir Nathan Leaf - conductor Music to include: Antonio Vivaldi: Magnificat RV 610 Jean-Joseph de Mondonville: Jubilate Deo George Philipp Telemann: Deutsches Magnificat in G Major TWV 9:18 Jan Dismas Zelenka: Dixit Dominus […]

2023 NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Inspired by Bach: The Six Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin

Moeser Auditorium 145 E. Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill, NC, NC

We don’t know exactly when or exactly why Bach wrote his Sei Solo for “violin without bass” (probably around 300 years ago), and after their mid-19th century rise to prominence they have remained a staple in violin learning and literature ever since. Much has been made of the grammatical curiosity on their title page (Sei […]

Free

2023 NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Celtic Dynamic Duo

St Paul's Lutheran Church 1200 W Cornwallis Road, Durham, NC

A duo of two award-winning American masters of traditional Celtic music blend the ancient and magical tones of the Celtic harp with the powerful resonance of the steel-string guitar, cittern and mandolin, drawing on Irish, Scottish, Welsh and Breton traditions to create something truly unique: beautiful and timeless, yet fresh and current Sue Richards – […]

$10

2023 NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL WORKSHOP: Baroque Dance Types and Rhythms for Musicians & Dancers

ADF Scripps Studio 721 Broad Street, Durham

Baroque Dance Types and Rhythms for Musicians & Dancers (registration required, $15) February 26, 2023 @ 1:00 – 2:30 Samuel H. Scripps Studio # 1, Durham Learn Baroque Dance steps and step sequences in various Baroque Music-Dance Types to illuminate and internalize rhythms with examples of Baroque Dance as the root of Classical Ballet. This […]

$15

2023 NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL WORKSHOP: Introduction to Baroque Dance

ADF Scripps Studio 721 Broad Street, Durham

Introduction to Baroque Dance: open to all, registration required, $15 fee or HIPster pass Sunday, February 26, 2023 @ 3:00 – 4:30 Samuel H. Scripps Studio # 2, Durham Learn basic Baroque Dance steps and rhythms with reference to historical context Lead by Paige Whitley-Bauguess This event is co-sponsored by American Dance Festival $15 Registration […]

$15

2023 NC HIP MUSIC FESTIVAL CONCERT: Duke Chapel Bach Series

Duke Chapel 401 Chapel Drive, Durham, NC

A Concert of Instrumental Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach | FREE Dr. Philip Cave – director, Dr. Nicholas DiEugenio & Gabriel Richard - violin J.S Bach: Concerto for Violin in A Minor, BWV 1041 Concerto for Violin in E Major, BWV 1042 Double Concerto for 2 Violins in D Minor, BWV 1043 There will be […]

Free

SERIES CONCERT Life of a Bee

The Fruit 305 S Dillard St, Durham, NC

Celebrate NC's very own Jeffery Beam with music composed using his poetry as lyric and inspiration! The program is being curated by soprano Andrea Edith Moore who is a passionate advocate for contemporary vocal chamber music. On the occasion of Jeffery's 70th birthday, Mallarme will perform chamber music by Tony Solitro "Loves' Astronomy," Frank E. […]

$10 – $30