Thursday, February 9th 8:00pm

Deviant Septet

Deviant Septet, the new music ensemble which Time Out New York called "exceedingly fun," are now in their second year of residency at Duke. This season, Deviant Septet present another early-twentieth-century masterwork that calls for an unusual instrumentation: Arnold Schoenberg's astounding 1912 cycle Pierrot Lunaire (specially transcribed for the group's instrumentation). They are joined by soprano Mellissa Hughes, "a dazzling diva adept at old and new music" (TimeOut New York), who half-sings, half-speaks her way through the twenty-one irreverent poems that Schoenberg set in captivating atonality.

Nelson Music Room
$24, $15 Ages 30 & under, $10 Duke students.

Wednesday, March 22nd 8:00pm

Duke Chorale Spring Tour Concert

The Duke Chorale returns to campus following its Spring 2016 concert tour to Florida. The group will offer a diverse selection from Renaissance pieces to contemporary works, including American folk songs and spirituals. The Duke University Chorale, conducted by Rodney Wynkoop and accompanied by Kisun Lee, is the principal choral group of the Department of Music at Duke. Composed mainly of undergraduate students, the 50-voice Chorale and its 20-voice Chamber Choir perform numerous concerts throughout the year, both on and off campus.

Baldwin Auditorium