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Our 14th 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:  $20

Students and Young Adults under 25:  $10

Seniors (62+):  $15

Children under 12:  free


General admission season subscription:  $125       Senior season subscription:  $100

Access to all eight concerts! Save over the price of single tickets!​  Click here to purchase online.

Sep 24, 2017


Mandolin and guitar virtuoso Robin Bullock in a program of classical and celtic music, including his wonderful interpretation of Bach's unaccompanied cello suites played on mandolin.

Oct 22, 2017


Scott Allen Jarrett directs the newly formed 16-voice professional choir Bach Akademie of Charlotte, which will be joined by the North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, in a performance of J.S. Bach cantatas "Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott" and "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme." 

Nov 19, 2017


New River Ensemble performs an eclectic program of classical and less traditional trio music for clarinet, piano, and cello.

Jan 21, 2018


Wingate University Singers

The Wingate University Singers under the direction of Kenney Potter in an "a capella" program of classics as well as spiritual and traditional music.

Feb 25, 2018


Duo Amabile

This Virginia-based husband and wife duo, violinist Matvey Lapin and pianist Katja Lapin, perform Schubert, Franck, Ravel and Part.

Mar 18, 2018


One Road Over

You'll love this Asheville-based Melodica and keyboard ensemble specializing in transcriptions of classical, folk, and traditional music!

Apr 15, 2018


Bodega Bay Baroque

Kathleen Kraft, baroque flautist extraordinaire from Bodega Bay, CA, will be joined by NC baroque musicians Leah Peroutka - violin, Gail Schroder - viola da gamba, Beverly Biggs and Barbara Weiss - harpsichords.  They will perform baroque chamber music, including a "Paris Quartet" by Telemann, Marais' "Sonnerie de St. Genevevieve," Partita for unaccompanied flute, and more!

May 20, 2018


Cello Forum

This quartet of cellists are members of the North Carolina Symphony and perform a varied program of classical and contemporary transcriptions for cello ensemble.

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