Brown Bag Open Rehearsal – Chamber Music of 1869

Durham Arts Council 120 Morris St, Durham

Experience the rehearsal process by attending a FREE open rehearsal on Friday, Sept 6 from 12:30-2 for Mallarme’s first concert of the season on Sept 8. The rehearsal (and the concert) will take place at the Durham Arts Council in downtown Durham. Feel free to drop in with your lunch, or just come to listen. […]

2019-20 Mallarme Concert Season Subscriptions

Purchase Tickets 2019-20 Concert Series: Hearing Our Stories 1. Sunday, September 8, 2019, 3:00 pm PSI Theater, Durham Arts Council, Durham Durham @ 150: Chamber Music of 1869  more 2. Friday, October 11, 2019, 7:30 pm First Presbyterian Church, Durham A Series of Unfortunate Musical Events with Low and Lower more 3. Saturday, February 1, 2020, 3:00 pm Hayti Center, Durham […]

Durham @ 150 – Chamber Music of 1869

Durham Arts Council 120 Morris St, Durham

Mallarmé presents a snapshot of the musical world of 1869, the year of Durham’s founding, with chamber music from Europe and America. Jennifer Curtis, violin/ Mimi Solomon, piano/ Chris Caudill, horn/ Rachel Niketopoulos, natural horn Robert Schumann – Adagio and Allegro in A-flat Major, Op. 70 (1849) Edvard Grieg – Violin Sonata No. 2, in […]

$5 – $25

A Series of Unfortunate Musical Events with Low and Lower

First Presbyterian Church Durham 305 E Main St., Durham

Low & Lower, Brooks Whitehouse – cello and Paul Sharpe – bass, America’s #1 selling cello/bass duo celebrates its popular mashup of comedy, virtuosity and satire with a new show, A Series of Unfortunate Musical Events. The show centers around a musical settings of two great adventure tales from the wilds of Alaska. In his musical […]

$5 – $25

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

Carolina Theater 309 W Morgan St., Durham

Robert Wiene’s THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI In conjunction with the Carolina Theatre of Durham, Mallarme presents The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari with original chamber music composed by Eric Schwartz. This film catapulted German Expressionism into film history. Director Robert Wiene crafted a nightmare in which light, shadow and substance are abstracted, a world in which a demented doctor […]


FAMILY CONCERT – What is Jazz?

Duke Gardens 420 Anderson St., Durham

An hour long concert for people 5 years and older. Performed by faculty and students of the NCCU Jazz department, led by Robert Trowers An “informance” that shows how Jazz is constructed by breaking it down into its component parts and rebuilding it, piece by piece. Different styles of Jazz will be played to give […]

Music of Hope and Love with the Concert Singers of Cary

Cary Arts Center 101 Dry Ave, Cary

NATHAN LEAF, CONDUCTOR A poignant, challenging, and ultimately uplifting event, the concert will feature three works by one of choral music’s newest leading composers, Jake Runestad, plus music by Beethoven and others. It will also feature student musicians from Panther Creek High School in Cary (Brad Bensen director) and a string quartet from the Mallarme Chamber Players. The […]

$22 – $25

Duke Chapel Bach Cantata Concert #2

Duke Chapel 401 Chapel Drive, Durham

The Bach Cantata Series at Duke Chapel focuses this year on themes of salvation and redemption. This concert includes Bach’s compositions BWV 22 Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe, BWV 156 Ich steh’ mit einem Fuß im Grabe, and BWV 166 Wo gehest du hin. For the performance Dr. Philip Cave, associate conductor for Chapel Music, leads the Bach Ensemble […]

CONCERT: A Frida Kahlo Celebration

North Carolina Museum of Art - SECU Auditorium 2110 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh

Mallarme and Chamber Music Raleigh present Music of Mexican Modernism in collaboration with the NC Museum of Art’s Frida Kahlo exhibition Bob Anemone, violin Jacqueline Wolborsky, violin Suzanne Rousso, viola Kirsten Jermé, cello Program Silvestre Reveultas: String Quartet No. 2 (Magueyes) Manuel Ponce: Duo for Violin and Viola Salvador Contreras: Sonata for Violin and Cello […]

$15 – $17

SERIES CONCERT – Everywhere a Theorbo (2020 NC HIP Festival opening concert)

Hayti Heritage Center 804 Old Fayetteville Street, Durham

The theorbo, a long-necked lute Baroque instrument rarely gets its due. No longer! Mallarme presents a concert featuring the impressive instrument featuring William Simms and Richard Stone on theorbo, David Wilson and Elizabeth Phelps on baroque violin, Suzanne Rousso on baroque viola and Gail Ann Schroeder and Brent Wissick on viola da gamba. Music of […]

$5 – $25

2020 North Carolina HIP Music Festival INFO


  (ticket prices listed are single ticket or donation at the door prices if you do not have a HIPster pass) HIPster passes give you access to all HIP events for $85 including Duke Performances concert on Feb 15. Instructions on how to reserve a seat for the Feb 15 concert will be sent after your […]

We ♥ Bach …with the HIP Festival Orchestra

First Presbyterian Church Durham 305 E Main St., Durham

Get Tickets Celebrate Valentine’s Day with early music expert and gambist/cellist Jaap ter Linden as he guides the HIP Festival Orchestra (members of the NC Baroque Orchestra and Mallarme HIP) in the most revered music in the Baroque repertoire – the Brandenburg Concerti. Listen to the Brandenburg Concerti 4, 5 and 6 plus the 2nd […]