May 2013

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.

Sunday, April 28 @ 3pm
First Coast Wind Ensemble

This Family Concert will feature the winner of the 3rd annual FCWE Concerto Competition for High School Musicians.
JU - Terry Concert Hall

MAY 2013

Wednesday, May 1 @ 7pm
Promenade! Art Walk Concert with Ken Trimmins & Mimi Noda

Faculty artists from Albany University will perform works by Vidal, Neruda, Tomasi, and Peaslee. Dr. Ken Trimmins has appeared on BET Jazz and the Tonight Show, and was a cultural ambassador for the U.S.State Dept. Dr. Mimi Noda, Assistant Professor of Piano, also performs as keyboardist with the Albany Symphony Orchestra.
JPL - Main Library/Hicks Auditorium

Thursday, May 2 @ 7pm
Jacksonville University Touring Choir

"Goodbye" concert before their week-long tour of France; reception follows
All Saints Episcopal Church

Friday, May 3 @ 11am
Annual Spring Concert

Friday Musicale Chorus
Friday Musicale

Friday, May 10 @ 7:30pm
Scholarship Laureates in Concert

Friday Musicale

Sunday, May 12 @ 7pm
San Marco Chamber Music Society present James Jenkins, Tuba and Les Roettges, Flute and Piccolo

Jacksonville Symphony principals performing works by Balmages, Frackenpohl, Vivaldi and Dennison
St. Mark's Lutheran Church

Friday, May 17 @ 11am & 7:30pm
Grandpa's Cough Medicine

Brett Bass, acoustic guitar and vocals; Mike “Banjo Boy” Coker, 5 string banjo : Jon Murphy, upright bass and vocals
Friday Musicale

Sunday, May 19 @ 3pm
Community Concert: The Heritage Singers

2013 Spring Concert "If Music Be the Food of Love: The Wisdom of the Poets" Featuring, among others, the poetry of Rudyard Kipling, William Shakespeare, Garcilaso De La Vega and Robert Burns. Music composed by Andrew Clarke, Donald McCullough, Eric Whitacre and Morten Lauridsen, among others. If you enjoy poetry and love music, this concert combines both artistic disciplines into one sublime experience.
Riverside Presbyterian Church

Sunday, May 19 @ 6pm
Mayse-Turner Festival for Anglican Hymnody

Led by Bruce Neswick, Associate Professor of Music in Organ and Sacred Music, Indiana University
Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd

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