June 2016

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, June 5 @ 7pm
San Marco Chamber Music Society

Concert of music entirely by American composers. Music of Thomas Harrison, George Gershwin, Bill Douglas, Amy Beach, and Charles Ives. Aurica Duca and Clinton Dewing, violins; Ellen Olson, viola; Nick Curry, cello; Les Roettges, flute; and Eric Olson, oboe. This is the first concert of our concert tour of North Florida and Oxford, England. Free Admission. Donations accepted.
* St. Marks Evangelical Lutheran Church
(This concert will be repeated on Thursday, June 9 at 7 PM at the Cathedral Basilica of St.Augustine)

Wednesday, June 8 @ 12 noon
Lunch @ The Lounge Concert featuring the Wehner Weddings Trio

Bring your lunch and enjoy the sounds of the Whener Weddings Trio. Whether you like classical, jazz, ragtime or other genres, this talented trio delivers! This group is part of Project Listen, a music outreach program of the Riverside Fine Arts Association. Bring you lunch and relax to the music while dining solo or with friends. Free and open to the public.
* JPL - Main Library, The Lounge at 303 North

Sunday, June 12 @ 3pm
Intermezzo Sunday Concerts Season Finale

JiWon Hwang (violin), Boyan Bonev (cello) and Mimi Noda (piano) are proven favorites with Music @ Main audiences, and June 12 will mark the first time all three combine their talents! Our powerhouse season finale will feature duets by Pablo de Sarasate, Edward Lein, Astor Piazzolla and David Popper, and conclude with the magnificent Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 8 by Johannes Brahms.
* JPL - Main Library, Hicks Auditorium

MEANWHILE, in nearby St. Augustine...
Thursday-Saturday, June 16-18
Thursday-Saturday, June 23-25
St. Augustine Music Festival 10th Season
Presented FREE to audiences of all ages, features musicians from the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra joined by internationally renowned artists presenting a variety of classical compositions in the historic Cathedral Basilica located in picturesque St. Augustine, Florida. Now in its 10th year, the event is garnering national attention as the largest free classical music festival in the USA, attracting more than 5000 attendees over two weekends. The festival provides the opportunity for new and avid concert goers to appreciate live classical music of the highest quality in the Cathedral’s uplifting setting.
* St. Augustine Cathedral Basilica (38 Cathedral Place, St. Augustine, FL 32084)

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