November 2014



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, 11/2 @ 3pm 
Cover the Town with Sound
The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra String Quintet
Max Huls & Bernie Vaughan, violin, Jorge Pena, viola, Hovhannes Alankyn, cello, John Wieland, bass
* Palms Presbyterian

Sunday, 11/2 @ 3pm
Soprano Maria Knapik and pianist Michel Brousseau 
 A concert dedicated to Chopin’s most beautiful melodies for voice and piano.
* Friday Musicale

Sunday, 11/2 @ 5pm 
Choral Evensong for All Saints’ Sunday
Evensong is particularly suited to a celebration of the Feast of All Saints’. The imagery of the evening and the passing from one day to the next blends perfectly with the prayers and remembrances of our loved ones who have gone on before us. Join us as we remember all the saints in our lives. Featuring the music of Brewer, Victoria, Ebdon, Parry, and Walmisley.
* St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

Sunday, 11/2 @ 6pm
An Evening of Sacred Vocal Music
Featuring: Hector Gonzalez, Countertenor; Karen Adair, Soprano; Zeek Smith, Piano/Organ Music by Faure, Bach, Durufle, Pergolesi, Haydn, Bernstein, Vivaldi, and Bob Moore. This concert is free and open to the public. A short reception will follow.
* Community Presbyterian Church, 150 Sherry Drive, Atlantic Beach, FL 32233

Sunday, 11/2 @ 6pm 
UNF Orchestra Concert 
Dr. Simon Shiao, coordinator.  Free admission, but donations welcome
* All Saints Episcopal Church

Sunday, 11/2 @ 7pm
San Marco Chamber Music Society presents Back to Bass-ics
Bassist Kevin Casseday is featured in a concert of chamber music involving the double bass as a main voice. Music of Hoffmeister, Andrea Clearfield, Casseday, and Michael Haydn. Also with violinist Aurica Duca, violist Ellen Olson, cellist Laurie Casseday, and oboist Eric Olson. Free admission, donations gratefully accepted.
* St. Mark's Lutheran Church

Sunday, 11/2 @ 7pm
Don Thompson Chorale Fall Concert
* Lakewood Presbyterian Church

Tuesday, 11/4 @ 7pm 
 Music @ Main Emergence
UNF Student Chamber Music Ensembles performing music by Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Franck, Piazzolla, Granados & Brubeck
* JPL - Main Library - Hicks Auditorium

Tuesday, 11/4 @ 7:30pm 
The Cummer Family Foundation Chamber Series presents 
 Iridium Saxophone Quartet
WEEKDAY PARKING RATES APPLY
* UNF - Recital Hall

Wednesday, 11/5 @ 5pm
First Wednesday Art Walk

with the entire Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra
* Hemming Plaza (in front City Hall & the Main Library)

Friday, 11/7 @ 7:30pm 
Reconnect Concert: #reconnect14unf 
Social Media Music Gathering with the Osprey Choral Ensembles and Percussion Ensemble (Bring your mobile devices!) Dr. Cara Tasher/Charlotte Mabrey, co-conspirators
 * UNF - Lazzara Performance Hall

Sunday, 11/9 @ 3pm
Music @ Main Intermezzo

Vivace Trio (Gia Sastre & Carolyn Snyder-Menke, flutes, & Denise Wright, piano)
Music by Vivaldi, Cimarosa, Doppler and Delibes.
* JPL - Main Library - Hicks Auditorium

Sunday, 11/9 @ 6pm 
Music Through the Ages 
Daniel Velasco, flute; Michael Mastronicola, piano
Performing CPE Bach: Sonata in G major; Reinecke: Sonata for Flute; Poulenc: Sonata for Flute
* All Saints Episcopal Church

Sunday, 11/16 @ 3pm
First Coast Wind Ensemble
* JU - Terry Concert Hall

Sunday, 11/16 @ 3pm 
Orange Park Chorale Fall 2014 Sunday Concert
From the athletic sounds of African call-and-response to Billy Joel, Rodgers and Hammerstein, gospel, spirituals, classical European music and contemporary American love songs, our fall concerts meld styles and periods in a compelling mix—our “Songs of the Spirit”. Our fall program will take our audiences, and us, on a journey to send spirits soaring.
* Hendricks Avenue Baptist Church

Tuesday, 11/18 @ 7pm 
 Music @ Main Tuesday Serenade 
TGIF, Navy Band Southeast's New Orleans-style Band
* JPL - Main Library - Hicks Auditorium

Tuesday, 11/18 @ 7:30pm 
The Cummer Family Foundation Chamber Series presents 
 Violinist Charles Castleman
WEEKDAY PARKING RATES APPLY
* UNF - Recital Hall

Wednesday, 11/19 @ 7:30pm 
RITZ CHAMBER PLAYERS Brahms Sonic Splendor
* JPL - Main Library - Hicks Auditorium

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