SEPTEMBER 2018




Calendar of Free* Classical Concerts in Jacksonville



*Listings of Jacksonville concerts advertised as FREE are compiled chiefly from online calendars. Listed concerts could be subject to change or cancellation, and additional concert listings might be added.  Most venue addresses are given at left.

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Friday, September 7 @ 6:30pm
Faculty Percussion Recital: New compositions by Andrea Venet

* UNF - Recital Hall
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Saturday, September 8 @ 7:30pm
Lawson Ensemble Concert

Violinist Aurica Duca, violinist/violist Clinton Dewing, and cellist Nick Curry performing works by Mozart, Haydn, Sussmayr and Schickele
* UNF - Recital Hall
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Sunday, September 9 @ 3pm
Inertmezzo Sunday Concert

Ann Adams, oboe, and friends Carol Griffin, flute, Artie Clifton, Clarinet, Ted Shistle, bassoon, Matt Monroe, horn and Angelo Goderre, viola, will entertain you in a free classical concert.
* JPL - Main Library, Hicks Auditorium
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Sunday, September 9 @ 7pm
Bruce Xu, Organ Concert

In the summer of 2017 Bruce Xu was the winner of six organ competitions, including the AGO Quimby/RCYO competition that was an important part of our regional convention held in Jacksonville during the summer of 2017. This concert is co-sponsored by the Jacksonville Chapter of the AGO and St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church.
* St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church
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Tuesday, September 11 @ 7:30pm
Todd Wedge, Tenor And Kimberly Beasley, Soprano With Edith Moore Hubert, Piano

Guest artist Todd Wedge joins JU faculty Kimberly Beasley and Edith Moore Hubert in an evening of art song featuring the works of Duparc, Schubert and Delius.
* JU - Terry Concert Hall
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Tuesday, September 11 @ 7:30pm
The Cummer Family Foundation Chamber Music Series presents Classical Faculty Scholarship Concert

SUGGESTED DONATION: $10.
* UNF - Recital Hall
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Friday, September 14 @ 7:30pm
Brian Luckett, Classical Guitar

Featured in performances on National Public Radio and Minnesota Public Radio, classical guitarist Brian Luckett performs solo and chamber music recitals throughout the United States. His performance interests include exploration of the solo and chamber repertoire of the 20th and 21st centuries.
* JU - Terry Concert Hall
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Sunday, September 16 @ 7pm
San Marco Chamber Music Society:
Annual Concert to Benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

This concert will feature music by Ernest Bloch, J. S. Bach, Francis Poulenc, and others. A free will collection will be taken and all proceeds from this concert go to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Les Roettges (flute), Eric Olson (oboe), Conrad Cornelison (bassoon), Ellen Olson (viola), and Rachel Clifton (piano) will be performing.
* St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church
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Friday, September 21 @ 7:30pm
The Don Thompson Chorale: The Colors of Song

R. Hugh Patterson, Music Director; Terry Stuckey, accompanist
* St. Matthew's Catholic Church (1773 Blanding Blvd.)
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Friday, September 21 @ 7:30pm
Faculty Showcase

Join us for the annual Faculty Music Showcase featuring the talents of our distinguished faculty of artist-teachers.
* JU - Terry Concert Hall
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Sunday, September 23 @ 6pm
The Cummer Family Foundation Chamber Music Series presents Euphonist Demondrae Thurman

* UNF - Recital Hall
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Monday, September 24 @ 7:30pm
Faculty Recital: Improvisations and Compositions

Dr. Gary Smart, piano, Dr. Andrea Venet, percussion, Dr. Sunshine Simmons, clarinet, Dr. Simon Shiao, violin, Renate Faulkner, viola
* UNF - Recital Hall
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Sunday, September 30 @ 5pm
Choral Evensong for the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels

One of our most beautiful liturgies, Evensong is a lovely, sung, evening service led by the choir in which we thank God for the day that has passed and ask for peace and protection during the night ahead. Join us as we celebrate Michael and all the angels in their great heavenly war against Satan and the forces of evil during this brief service and stay for a catered dinner immediately afterwards in Leatherbury Hall benefitting Angels for Allison. Music of Dyson, Drinkell, Handel, Stainer, and Goss. A nursery is available during the service.
* St. Mark’s Episcopal Church
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