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David Sebren as Macbeth and Kristen Daniel as Lady Macbeth.

HART presents Macbeth

HART theatre will close out it’s 2014 main stage season with an elaborate production of William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” opening October 24 for a two week run. The play will feature professional actor David Sebren in the title role, Kirsten Daniel as Lady Macbeth and New York actor Adam Kampouris as Macduff. Kampouris is returning to …

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ASO principal timpanist, Todd Mueller with his mentor March Yancich, principal timpanist of the Atlanta Symphony.

Unusual Timpani Concerto and Tchaikovsky Symphony

The Asheville Symphony Orchestra will feature two timpanists, two living composers, and one of Tchaikovsky’s most popular symphonies in a Masterworks concert at 8 p.m. on Saturday, November 22 at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium. Music Director Daniel Meyer will conduct the Asheville Symphony Orchestra (ASO) in the concert, Tchaikovsky’s 4th. The Tchaikovsky symphony is on the …

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World-class chamber ensemble, the St. Lawrence String Quartet.  Photo: Marco Borggreve

Acclaimed St. Lawrence String Quartet

Catch the St. Lawrence String Quartet in concert November 16, 2014 as part of the Asheville Chamber Music Series. Established in 1989, the St. Lawrence String Quartet has developed an undisputed reputation as a truly world-class chamber ensemble. The quartet performs over 120 concerts annually world-wide. It is also the Quartet-in-Residence at Stanford University and …

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Lawrence Stomberg, cellist.

AmiciMusic Presents “Beethoven’s Cello”

AmiciMusic, the critically-acclaimed chamber music organization based in Asheville, will present a unique weekend of concerts called “Beethoven’s Cello” in November. Over four concerts in four different venues, celebrated cellist Lawrence Stomberg and Artistic Director/pianist Daniel Weiser will present a rarely heard feat – the complete repertoire for cello and piano as composed by the …

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