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Our 13th Season

All concerts take place at St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 301 Caldwell Ln, Davidson, NC 28036.


Concerts begin at 3:00pm, but guests are invited to arrive early to hear pre-concert music by young artists, beginning at 2:30pm. We invite you to stay after the concert for a meet-the-artists reception!


Tickets are available at the door, or click here to purchase online.

General admission: $15

Students and Young Adults under 25: $10

Seniors (62+): $10

Children under 12: free


Season subscription: $70

Access to all eight concerts! Save over $50!​ Click here to purchase online.

Sep 18, 2016


Poisoned Dwarf

The Irish flute, whistle, guitar, Scottish Small-Pipes, banjo, a variety of percussion instruments (including bones and bodhran), accordion, and of course fiddle are all brought to the dance for this Williamsburg-based Poisoned Dwarf performance.

Oct 16, 2016


Ciompi Quartet

Duke University's string quartet in residence, The Ciompi Quartet, performs quartets by Mozart and Haydn, as well as transcriptions of Bach's Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor and St. Anne's Prelude and Fugue.

Nov 20, 2016


Wingate University Singers with North Carolina Baroque Orchestra

Another wonderful collaboration between the Wingate University Singers (Kenney Potter, director) and the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra in the second part of J. S. Bach's monumental Mass in B minor -Symbolum Nicenum through the Dona Nobis Pacem.

Jan 15, 2017


Charlotte Contemporary Ensemble

The Charlotte Contemporary Ensemble presents a program of gospels, spirituals, anthems, and classical pieces, honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Feb 19, 2017


Margarita Nuller

Renowned Russian-born pianist Margarita Nuller brings an exciting recital program of classics, including works by Beethoven, Schumann and Prokofiev.

Mar 19, 2017


Pasquale Rucco & Douglas James Guitar Duo

This unique and expressive guitar duo featuring Pasquale Rucco from Italy and Douglas James from Boone, NC performs music of the early romantic 19th century on gut-strung guitars.

Apr 23, 2017


A. W. Duo

Back by popular demand, the husband and wife duo James Waldo (cello) and Alyona Aksyonova (piano) present a program linking the music of J.S. Bach and J. Brahms.

May 21, 2017


Gemini Winds

Gemini Winds brings together members of the North Carolina and Greensboro Symphonies performing classics for wind quintet, which includes flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and french horn.

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

For additional opportunities to hear these and other artists, check the concert schedule for Center City Concerts, our partner concert series at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Charlotte.