Faculty Artist Series

Each season, NCCMI presents three concerts featuring faculty members. Each concert is curated by an NCCMI artist-teacher and features a mixture of traditional and other styles of chamber music. Concerts take place at Meredith College and Church of the Nativity in Raleigh.

All concerts are free and open to the general public. Donations to support NCCMI and this series are gratefully accepted.

2021–22 Performances

Aurora Musicalis string quartet members

Beethoven and Beyond!

Monday, October 25 at 7:30pm 

Church of the Nativity 8849 Ray Rd, Raleigh, NC

Strict health protocols required including pre-registration and proof of vaccination on site. Pre-register here.

Additional Livestream of Concert Video: Nov. 3 at 5:30pm on the NCCMI YouTube Channel

Concert features music by Beethoven (Trio, Op. 11 and Duet for Violin and Cello) along with NCCMI-commissioned works, including the world premiere of Raw Heart of the Spinning World by Peter Askim and the world premiere (COMPLETE performance) of Intergalactic for Piano Quartet by Chrissy Cain Ricker. 

Aurora Musicalis and NCCMI Faculty Performers: Emily Glover, Erin Zehngut, Carol Chung and Charles Logan, violins; Amy Mason, viola, Elizabeth Beilman, cello; Jimmy Gilmore, clarinet; Kent Lyman, piano

Questions or further info: nccmi.office@gmail.com

In Honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.: Chamber Music Treasures II

Monday, January 17, 2022 7:30 pm

Church of the Nativity 8849 Ray Rd., Raleigh, NC

Faculty Artists and Guest Musicians perform music by Black Composers in Honor of MLK, Jr. Day. Curated by Dr. Timothy Holley, NCCMI Faculty will perform, joined by United Strings of Color musicians (Philharmonic Association) and the WCPE String Quartet.

Although there is no admission charge, those attending are asked to preregister at this link. Walk-ins are allowed but advance registration will ensure distanced seating for all. Donations to support NCCMI scholarships gratefully accepted.

Program: David Baker: Pastorale; Anthony M. Kelly: Sidelines; Florence Price: Song Selections; Adolphus Hailstork: Elegie; Jessie
Montgomery: Strum; George Walker: Lyric for Strings; William Grant Still: Cumbia y Congo from Danzas de Panama.

Additional Livestream of Concert Video: January 26 at 5:00pm on the NCCMI YouTube Channel

Questions or further info: nccmi.office@gmail.com