CMR continues its partnership with the North Carolina Museum of Art to present the Sights & Sounds on Sundays Series in the museum's intimate 232-seat auditorium. Concerts sell out, so order early. Other special events include the Mark O'Connor Duo, a Spring concert at Cary's Ritter Park & Early Music at downtown's Smedes Parlor.
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The Next Concert is February 26!
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26 @ 2:00 p.m.
**Audience members will no longer be required to show proof of vaccination or test results to attend.
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Brandon Patrick George, flute
Toyin Spellman-Diaz, oboe
Kevin Newton, french horn
Mark Dover, clarinet
Monica Ellis, bassoon
NORTH CAROLINA MUSEUM OF ART
The world of chamber music comes to life through our many enriching and engaging education and outreach programs for adults and children in Wake County Public Schools. We offer a chance to hear and learn from live performances and expand opportunities for talented young musicians through master classes and other programming partnerships,
Duke University's Ciompi Quartet Plays NCMA Sunday, June 11th!