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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Wednesday, February 1 @ 12noon
Music at Noon

Matthew Phan, 11 year old pianist
* Riverside Presbyterian Church

Thursday, February 9 @ 7:30pm
Chamber Ensembles Concert

* JU - Terry Concert Hall

Saturday, February 11 @ 11am
University Singers in Concert

Choral music from Jacksonville University under the direction of Dr. Timothy Snyder
* San Jose Catholic Church (3619 Toledo Road, 32217)

Sunday, February 12 @ 3pm
Intermezzo with Pianists Mimi Noda & Kyungju Lee

Mimi Noda was a collaborative pianist with the Japanese Choral Association before relocating to the United States in 1998 to pursue graduate studies, and is now an Associate Professor of Music at Georgia's Albany State University. Kyungju Lee is a professional pianist based in Tallahassee who holds degrees from Yonsei University (in Seoul, South Korea), Indiana University and The Florida State University. The duo will perform 4-hand piano works by Faure, Poulenc & Saint-Saens.
* JPL - Main Library, Hicks Auditorium

Sunday, February 12 @ 3pm
JCA Young Concert Artists Series: Zora String Quartet

Young Concert Artists is a non-profit organization that discovers and promotes the careers of exceptional, emerging young concert musicians. The Jewish Community Alliance is happy to receive these brilliant newcomers as they launch their careers.
* Jewish Community Alliance

Sunday, February 12 @ 4pm
Beaches Fine Arts Series: Harlem Quartet

Harlem Quartet advances diversity in classical music while engaging new audiences with varied repertoire that includes works by minority composers. Their mission to share their passion with a wider audience has taken them around the world; from a 2009 performance at The White House for President Obama and First Lady, Michelle Obama, to a highly successful tour of South Africa in 2012, and numerous venues in between.
* St Paul's By the Sea Episcopal Church

Sunday, February 12 @ 4pm
Sing into Spring

Singing Alone and Together: A Vocal Showcase featuring the four Osprey Choral Ensembles and select soloists. Dr. Cara Tasher, director of choral studies and conductor; Tommy Shapard, conductor
* UNF - Recital Hall

Sunday, February 12 @ 6pm
JaxAGO: Instruments and Organ Together!

Jacksonville organists team up with college music students from local colleges and universities to provide an entertaining and varied program.
* St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church

Friday, February 17 @ 7:30pm
The Cummer Family Foundation Chamber Music Series presents Spring Percussion Concert with “Saturday Night Live” Percussionist Valerie Naranjo

Dr. Andrea Venet, director
* UNF - Robinson Theater

Saturday, February 18 @ 7:30pm
Lawson Ensemble Concert with special guests Dr. James Hall, tenor and Dr. Cara Tasher, soprano

Dr. Nick Curry, cello; Clinton Dewing, viola; Aurelia Duca, violin
* UNF- Recital Hall

Saturday, February 18 @ 7:30pm
Prayer Songs: A Cycle of Music Exploring Prayer

Join CJ Dates for an evening of exploring the intersection between prayer and music through songs that express emotive language with synonymous acoustic music.
* Palms Presbyterian Church

Sunday, February 19 @ 5pm
Recital with Timothy Tuller, Organ and Bill Hazlett, trombone

Partita on “Ein feste Burg” – Andrew Clarke; Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 547 – J. S. Bach; Duet for Trombone and Organ - Gustav Holst; Chorale No. 1 in E Major - Cesar Franck; Fantasia and Fugue on “BACH” – Liszt/Guillou
* St. John's Episcopal Cathedral

Wednesday, February 22 @ 7:30pm
Invitational Band Festival with special guests UNF Faculty Brass Quintet and Bartram Trail High School

Dr. Gordon R. Brock, Wind Symphony conductor; Jason Duckett, Bartram Trails High School Wind Symphony conductor
* UNF - Lazzara Performance Hall

Sunday, February 26 @ 4pm
Beaches Fine Arts Series: The Habana Boys

The Habana Boys is comprised of four classically-trained Tenors: Ernesto Cabrera, Saeed Mohammed, Rey Reyes and Ian Sanchez in a repertoire of highly recognizable arias and greatest popular songs. The Habana Boys will steal your heart and create a memorable evening of music you do not want to miss, direct from Havana, Cuba on their first North American tour.
* St Paul's By the Sea Episcopal Church

Saturday, February 25 @ 7:30pm
JU Wind Ensemble and First Coast Wind Symphony

* JU - Terry Concert Hall

Sunday, February 26 @ 7pm
San Marco Chamber Music Society: Featuring harpist Kayo Ishimaru

Works include Ravel's Introduction and Allegro (with Clinton Dewing and Piotr Szewczyk, violins; Ellen Olson, viola; Betsy Federman, cello; Les Roettges, flute; Peter Wright, clarinet) Free admission. An offering will be taken. http://www.sanmarcochambermusic.org/
* St Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church

Tuesday, February 28 @ 7:30pm
Center Stage - Winners of the JU Concerto Competition

* JU - Terry Concert Hall

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