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2014-2015 Concert Series – Our 11th Season



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

Information: 704-941-0650



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.



Click HERE for a printable brochure.

BACHFEST 2014

21 September 2014, 3:00pm


Our eleventh season continues the tradition of opening with a tribute to one of the world’s most beloved and prolific composers, Johann Sebastian Bach.  This program features Agave Baroque, a dynamic ensemble specializing in string chamber music of the 17th century. 

Now in their sixth season, Agave Baroque has

emerged as a unique and innovative voice in the early music community.

 

 

A. W. DUO WITH ALEX FORTES

Mendelssohn's Persuasions

15 February 2015, 3:00pm

 

Husband and wife duo James Waldo and Alyona Aksyonova will be joined by guest violinist Alex Fortes. The group will perform a program titled “Mendelssohn's Persuasions” with works by Mendelssohn, Chopin, Beethoven, and Vitali.

 

 

ETHAN USLAN

19 October 2014, 3:00pm 

 

Ethan Uslan is an award- winning jazz/ragtime pianist from Charlotte. This concert will feature toe-tapping ragtime and classic jazz

presented with boyish charm, humor and good looks. Uslan has appeared on "A Prairie Home Companion" and has twice won the Old-Time Piano Playing Contest.



 

CELEBRATING GRACE

Young Artists in Concert
15 March 2015, 3:00pm

 

Talented young area musicians will come together to perform a special concert in honor of Grace Krumdieck, who passed away last year from complications due to Rett Syndrome. Grace, who was 15 when she died, loved music and often accompanied her mother to the chamber music concerts presented by Music at St. Alban’s. This year's performers include pianists, violinist, flautists, and harpists.

BECHTLER-TEIXEIRA DUO

16 November 2014, 3:00pm

 

The Bechtler-Teixeira Duo is back with an exciting array of pieces including Spanish dances, a Yiddish suite, Argentinian tangos and a few jazzy tunes, to name a few. Come hear the beautiful combination of the guitar and cello voices.


 


 

TIMELINE JAZZ QUARTET

19 April 2015, 3:00pm

 

Timeline Jazz Quartet is based in Williamsburg, Virginia and has been entertaining audiences since 2009 with a variety of standards, Latin tunes, bebop and funk. The band, which features vocals, trumpet, guitar, drums and double bass, is known for its high-energy performance style fine-tuned for each venue.

 

 

A CELEBRATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

through music and poetry

18 January 2015, 3:00pm 

 

Award-winning poet Anthony Abbot and the Davidson College FREEWORD POETS collaborate with singers/instrumentalists (and sisters) Laurie Hicks Tanner, Nancy Hicks Tate and Murphy Hicks Henry, as well as Herschel Lee Brown and The Euphonious Ensemble in a heartfelt and inspiring program. The collaboration will showcase the perspectives of  people of all ages and ethnicities and show that human rights are still very much in the forefront of music and the arts today.

ENSEMBLE VERMILLIAN

17 May 2015, 3:00pm

 

Ensemble Vermillian is back with an exuberant program featuring the chamber music of Biber and Buxtehude. Sisters Frances Blaker (recorders) and Barbara Blaker Krumdieck (cello) co-founded Ensemble Vermillian years ago when they were studying music in Europe, and since then the group has gone on to record several CDs and performed throughout the U.S. and Northern Europe. They are known for their exciting interpretations of 17th and 18th century chamber music. This concert will highlight soprano Margaret Carpenter as well as baroque violinist David Wilson.

All of our concerts are listed on Charlotte Culture Guide. Click the logo on the left to discover more cultural events in our area!