General admission: $15, students and seniors (62+): $10 Children under 12: free
All concerts take place at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church 301 Caldwell Lane – Davidson, NC 28036
Season media sponsors: WDAV 89.9 fm Classical Public Radio and Davidsonnews.net
The Music @ St. Alban’s series is a grateful recipient of a grant from the Arts & Science Council of Charlotte.
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15 September 2013, 3:00pm
Our tenth season continues the tradition of opening with a tribute to one of the world’s most beloved and prolific composers, Johannes Sebastian Bach. This program honors Bach and his contemporaries and includes gorgeous arias for soprano and obligato instruments, Brandenburg Concerto 4, and a luscious chamber sonata by Georg Muffat.
THE MUSIC HOUSE PLAYERS
A celebration of CPE Bach's Triennial
9 February 2014, 3:00pm
Help us celebrate CPE Bach’s birthday with favorite chamber works, including his unique and engaging quartets for forte piano, flute, viola, and cello.
NORTH CAROLINA BAROQUE ORCHESTRA
6 April 2014, 3:00pm
Conductor Francis Blaker leads North Carolina’s only Baroque Orchestra in a program celebrating
springtime. Featuring Vivaldi’s “Spring” from the Four Seasons.
French Café Music
10 November 2013, 3:00pm
Sit street-side in a concert of French accordion music featuring accordionist David DiGiuseppe. Musique Accordeon presents music from the cabarets of Montmartre through the musettes of Paris to the songs of famed singer Edith Piaf. With David DiGiuseppe: accordion, Robbie Link: bass, Beverly Botsford: percussion.
DAVID TANG and VOX
"Feel the spirit, feed the soul"
5 May 2014, 3:00pm
David Tang directs a performance by Charlotte choir, VOX, with special guests, in a program of
African-American Spirituals, Hymms, Gospel and more.
THE THISTLEDOWN TINKERS
Celtic Holiday Program
8 December 2013, 3:00pm
Traditional Celtic music with dynamic energy and Southern style. This powerful acoustic duo, featuring Trip Rogers and Tom Eure, draws from the musical traditions of Ireland, Scotland, Great Britain and Wales.