Sunday, April 23, 2017
SECU Auditorium, East Building
Tour the NCMA through music! The early music ensemble highlights works in the permanent collection with the music of J. S. and C. P. E. Bach, Handel, Monteverdi, and more.
Raleigh Camerata performs chamber music from the Renaissance through early classical periods on period instruments of the type used in the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries. The ensemble is led by Kelly Nivison Roudabush, traverso; Allison Willet, baroque violin; Salome Sandoval, soprano and lute; Chris Nunnally, baroque cello; and Jennifer Streeter, harpsichord.
Experience the sights before the sounds. Docent-led tours tailored to music lovers link art in the Museum to that day's chamber music performance.
Make a reservation online or by calling the Box Office, (919) 715-5923, at least one week in advance to join the one of the two 1:45 pm preconcert tours.
Make a reservation for the West Building preconcert tour.
Make a reservation for the East Building Glory of Venice preconcert tour. All tour participants are required to have a ticket to the Glory of Venice: Renaissance Paintings 1470–1520 exhibition. Please call the Box Office for your discounted exhibition ticket: (919) 715-5923.
Sights and Sounds 2016–17 Tickets Package
Sights and Sounds on Sundays is the NCMA’s long-running chamber music series, produced in partnership with Chamber Music Raleigh. The series features the finest ensembles from throughout North Carolina, performing diverse programs that complement art in our permanent collection and special exhibitions.
EVENTS IN THIS SERIES: