Ciompi Quartet Presents 2017 Summer Chamber Music Series

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We are pleased to announce the 2017 Ciompi Quartet Presents, a summer chamber music series in Duke Gardens, celebrating its sixth season in the beautiful Duke Gardens Kirby Horton Hall.

The Ciompi Quartet Presents a musical series featuring the expected and the unanticipated. Expected are the long-appreciated performances by musicians known personally by the audience for excellence in artistry, virtuosity and musicality. Unanticipated is a series that is relentlessly novel, engaging and enjoyable. Individual ensemble players will delight with an excitement that can only be achieved in the intimate setting offered by Duke Gardens’ Kirby Horton Hall. Eric Pritchard will be joined by pianist James Tocco for a program of some of their favorite works from the violin sonata repertoire Jonathan Bagg will offer a program for flute, viola and piano that draws on a deep and persistent vein of romanticism from Bach to the 20th century. Fred Raimi will close the summer’s series with a family affair by performing with his brother violinist Max Raimi, partner pianist Jane Hawkins, and family friend, violinist Nicholas DiEugenio. Join us and be delighted and inspired by the 2017 Ciompi Quartet Presents chamber music series at Duke Gardens.

Subscriptions are $60. Purchase subscription tickets online beginning May 1.

Single tickets are $25 General Public; $20 Non-Duke Students/Duke Employees; $10 Youth/Duke students. Purchase single tickets online beginning May 15.

You may purchase tickets at the Duke University Box Office, Bryan Center, Upper Level.  The box office is open weekdays 11am-6pm, or you may call 919-684-4444. The box office accepts cash, check, credit cards and Duke Card FLEX payments.

All concerts begin at 7:30pm and will take place in Kirby Horton Hall in the Doris Duke Center at Sarah P. Duke Gardens, 420 Anderson St, Durham, NC 27708. Call 919-684-3698 for directions.

Ciompi Quartet Presents is sponsored by the Department of Music, Sarah P. Duke Gardens, and Ciompi Quartet Fund.