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.

Friday, Sept. 9 @ 7:30pm
Woodwind Chamber Recital

Carol Griffin, flute; Ann Adams, oboe; Sunshine Simmons, clarinet; Ted Shistle, bassoon; Ben Lieser, horn; Rose Grace, piano
* UNF Recital Hall

Sunday, Sept. 11 @ 3pm
Intermezzo with The Vivace Trio

Jacksonville Public Library is delighted to welcome back the Vivace Trio for the season opener. Members of the ever-popular ensemble are Gia Sastre (flute), Carolyn Snyder-Menke (soprano and flute) and Denise Wright (piano). A reception will follow the concert. MORE
* JPL Main Library, Hicks Auditorium

Sunday, Sept. 11 @ 6pm
Jacksonville’s Annual September Peace Concert

UNF Chamber Singers, DASOTA Chorale and the Jacksonville Children’s Chorus with the Jacksonville Sister Cities Association and OneJax, coordinated by Dr. Cara Tasher
Free admission, donations accepted, reception to follow
* St. John’s Cathedral

Tuesday, Sept. 13 @ 7:30pm
The Cummer Family Foundation Chamber Music Series presents
The Chamber Music of Gary Smart

With special guest Dr. James Hall, tenor
* UNF Recital Hall

Sunday, Sept. 18 @ 3pm
Soprano Paula Merritt and pianist Lucy Chen

Featuring works by Schubert, Liszt and Satie
* St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, Taliaferro Hall

Sunday, Sept. 18 @ 7pm
Benefit Concert for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

The San Morco Chamber Music Society's annual concert for diabetes research. Music by Telemann, Schickele, Jacobs, and Gershwin. With Les Roettges, flute, Eric Olson, oboe; Scott Watkins, keyboard; Nick Curry, cello: and Ellen Olson, viola. Free admission. Donations to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation are welcome! Fabulous reception with refreshments afterwards!
* St. Marks Evangelical Lutheran Church

Sunday, September 25 @ 5pm
Choral Evensong for the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels

One of our most beautiful liturgies, Evensong is a lovely evening service led by the choir. We will thank God for the day that has passed and ask for peace and protection during the night ahead through choral music of Sumsion, Smith, Vulpius, Stainer, and Goss. A nursery is available during the brief service. Stay for a potluck in Leatherbury Hall immediately afterwards.
* St. Mark's Episcopal Church

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