2021-22 Concert Season Now Available

Join us for a combination of live and virtual performances featuring an innovative cross section of musical styles and performers.

Jazz U Compendium VIRTUAL

Available August 14, 2021 @ 7:00 pm through Sept 12, 11:30 pm

Jazz professors from four NC universities come together to perform jazz standards and original works. Includes a guest appearance by UNC’s Charanga Carolina!

Bluegrass Blend LIVE

Thursday, September 2, 8:00 pm @ the Carolina Theatre in Durham

Mallarme joins Hank, Pattie and the Current for a concert of music with bluegrass and traditional roots.


COVID Precaution

COVID Precaution

Vaccine or negative test required THESE ARE NEW POLICIES AS OF AUGUST 28, 2021

Mallarme Memories

Mallarme Memories

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

Watch Us Now

Watch Us Now

The Mallarmé Music Among Friends Series is now availiable on Youtube!

These up-close and personal “Informances” take a deep dive into Mallarmé musicians’ musical lives and interests.


The Mallarmé Chamber Players have been bringing world-class chamber music to central North Carolina since 1984.

Our ever changing ensemble of professional musicians is committed to serving a diverse population through eclectic, interdisiplinary programming.

This isn’t your grandmother’s classical music!

Jacqueline Saed Wolborsky

Artist Spotlight

Jacqueline Saed Wolborsky

Violin (Ode To Joy – Episode 2)
is Principal Second Violin of the North Carolina Symphony and a Lecturer of Violin at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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She was previously a member of the Charleston Symphony. She has been a featured soloist with the North Carolina Symphony, Brussels Chamber Orchestra, and South Carolina Philharmonic, and was honored with the Russell Award at the Coleman International Chamber Music Competition.

Wolborsky has performed at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C., as a co-founder of LACE (Living Arts Collective Ensemble) and with fellow NCS musicians in a trio setting. She has performed for Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Weisel in Chicago and, in 2001, for the Vice President of the United States in Washington, D.C. She has spent past summers at the Verbier Festival in Switzerland, at the Eastern Music Festival in Greensboro, with the Chautauqua Symphony in New York, at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival in Connecticut, at Ravinia’s Steans Music Institute in Chicago, at Keshet Eilon in Israel, and at the Weathersfield Festival in Vermont. She has worked with members of the Tokyo, Cleveland, and Vermeer Quartets; and with Yuri Bashmet, Joseph Silverstein, and Claude Frank, among others. She has toured with Joshua Bell, James Levine, and Mstislav Rostropovich.

Wolborsky received her bachelor’s degree from the Oberlin Conservatory, as a student of Roland and Almita Vamos, and her master’s degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studied with Donald Weilerstein and received her Suzuki teacher training.