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Tag Archives: violin

Garden Concert – HEAR in NOW

Mar

07

In partnership with Avant Arts, join us for a concert with HEAR in NOW is a world-class collective is a string trio that composes and improvises fluidly among free jazz and contemporary classical, folk music, and avant-garde. Be prepared to be engaged by…

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Ritz Chamber: Recital Series

Jan

01

Join the Museum for a special evening of music with Ann Hobson-Pilot on harp and Kelly Hall-Tompkins on violin. The galleries will be open, so come at 6 p.m. to enjoy an artful evening of sound and sights. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8 DOORS AT 6 p.m. | CONCERT AT 7 p.m. Works By: Donizetti, Marson, Albeniz, […]

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Sunday Classic Concert – March 29th

Mar

19

Do you have your reservation yet for the next Sunday Classic Concert on March 29th at 1:30 p.m.? Join the Museum as we host David Kalhous on piano and Benjamin Sung on violin, both Professors of Music at Florida State University, as they present works by Schubert, Janacek, Kurtag, and Beethoven. Last year, Mr. Sung […]

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A Night of Americana – Canary in the Coalmine

Jun

19

  Founded in the streets of Asheville, North Carolina, Canary in the Coalmine is a Jacksonville based folk group influenced by Appalachian folk and alternative country sounds. This Americana folk band is led by songwriters Jessica Pounds and Sandy Wicker. Members include Peter Mosely on upright bass and backing vocals, Philip Pan on violin, Arvid Smith […]

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Cathedral Arts Project

Dec

19

The vision at Cathedral Arts is for every child to have access to a well-rounded, arts-rich education that endows his or her spirit with the imagination, self-confidence and strength of character that inspires great leadership and a will to succeed.

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