Arts Listings, Oct. 9

October 8, 2013 

Classes

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL

120 Morris St. New art classes starting this fall. reg130.imperisoft.com/DurhamArts/Search/Registration.aspx, durhamarts.org.

Music

BALDWIN AUDITORIUM

1336 Campus Drive. Oct. 12: Duke University String School. Oct. 18: Fisk Jubilee Singers, the Durham School of the Arts Choir. Oct. 19: The Music of Ottorino Respighi. Oct. 20: Faculty Recital: Hsiao-mei Ku. Oct. 24: Yuja Wang. Oct. 25: Baldwin Celebration Concert I. Oct. 26: Baldwin Celebration Concert II. Oct. 27: Heiland Consort. Nov. 1-2: Nick Sanborn. Nov. 2: Ciompi Quartet featuring Allan Ware, Sacton Rose and John Brown. Nov. 9: Kirill Gerstein. Nov. 23: eighth blackbird. dukeperformances.duke.edu/venues/baldwin-auditorium.

CAROLINA THEATRE

309 W. Morgan St. Oct. 10: Lily Tomlin. Oct. 12: Vienna Teng. Oct. 20: Ben Rector. Nov. 1: Hugh Laurie. Nov. 6: Colin Meloy. Nov. 22: Susan Werner. Dec. 3: Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour. Feb. 7: Travis Tritt. Feb. 15: The Wailin’ Jennys. Dec. 18: The Irish Tenors. 919-560-3030, www.carolinatheatre.org.

CASBAH

1007 W. Main St. Oct. 12: Mallarmé Chamber Players. Nov. 5: yMusic. Nov. 7: The Stray Birds. 919-687-6969, casbahdurham.com.

DUKE CHAPEL

401 Chapel Drive. Nov. 12: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir. 919-660-3333, music.duke.edu.

DUKE UNIVERSITY MUSIC DEPARTMENT

All events in the Nelson Music Room, East Duke Building, and free, unless otherwise noted. Oct. 19: Faculty Recitals: Sandra Cotton and David Heid. Oct. 29: Guest Recitals: Pamela Smits and Sabine Simon. 919-660-3333, music.duke.edu.

DUKE UNIVERSITY

All shows at Reynolds Industries Theater unless otherwise noted. Nov. 15-16: People Get Ready. 919-684-4444, dukeperformances.duke.edu.

DURHAM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

123 Vivian St. Oct. 26: Neko Case. Oct. 29: India.Arie. Oct. 18-19: The Return of the Legends. Nov. 29: MGMT. Oct. 31: John Legend. Nov. 7: Lynyrd Skynyrd. Nov. 18: Amos Lee. Dec. 10: Natalie Cole. March 20: The Ten Tenors: On Broadway. dpacnc.org.

FIRST PERSBYTERIAN CHURCH

305 E. Main St. Feb. 2: Mallarmé Chamber Players.

FORTY ACRES

5109 Pine Cone Drive. Oct. 26: David Olney. fortyacres.org.

HAYTI HERITAGE CENTER

804 Old Fayetteville St. Oct. 18: Melba Moore. Nov. 23: Old School Jam. 919-683-1709, hayti.org.

MOTORCO MUSIC HALL

723 Rigsbee Ave. Oct. 9: Jonas Sees in Color. Oct. 17: James Hunter Six. Oct. 26: Noam Pikelny, Bryan Sutton, Jesse Cobb, Barry Bales, Luke Bulla. Dec. 6: Debo Band. motorcomusic.com.

NASHER MUSEUM OF ART

2001 Campus Drive, Duke University. Nov. 21: Kayhan Kalhor. 919-684-5135, nasher.duke.edu.

Receptions/Openings

CRAVEN ALLEN GALLERY

1106 1/2 Broad St. Oct. 12: Beverly McIver, “New York Stories.” 5-7 p.m. 919-286-4837, cravenallengallery.com.

DURHAM ARTS COUNCIL

120 Morris St. Oct. 18: Brandon Cordrey, “Foster”; Michael Schwalbe, “A View to the Making: Portraits of North Carolina Craft Artists at Work.” 5-7 p.m. Oct. 22: Why Craft Still Matters. 919-560-2787, www.durhamarts.org.

VEGA METALS

214 Hunt St. Saturdays: Art Market. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 919-688-8267, www.vegametals.com.

Theater/Dance

CAROLINA THEATRE

309 W. Morgan St. Oct. 11: Sandra Bernhard. Oct. 22: Colin Quinn. Oct. 30: Celtic Thunder. Nov. 21: Craig Ferguson. Feb. 8: “Defending the Caveman.” 919-560-3030, 8 carolinatheatre.org.

DURHAM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

123 Vivian St. Oct. 24: Theresa Caputo. Nov. 22: Ron White. Dec. 3-8: “Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical.” Jan. 21-26: “Once.” May 10: Brian Regan. dpacnc.org.

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