Sunday, May 20, 2018
SECU Auditorium, East Building
The viol da gamba resembles a violin, sounds like a viola, and is played like a cello. Viol consorts are traditionally early music chamber ensembles that feature the viol de gamba and other period instruments. The North Carolina Viol Consort, newly formed by renowned viol da gamba expert and UNC–Chapel Hill faculty member Brent Wissick at the request of Chamber Music Raleigh, makes its public debut with an immersive concert of baroque music.
Included in season ticket.
Docent-led tours of featured works of art are offered at 12:45 pm. Please make reservations for the tour by calling the Box Office, (919) 715-5923, at least one week in advance.
Beginning this fall the NCMA’s long-running chamber music series Sights and Sounds, produced by Chamber Music Raleigh in partnership with the Museum, presents acclaimed ensembles from throughout the United States and beyond, in addition to distinguished performers from North Carolina. We’re no longer limited to Sundays, and ticket prices will vary.
EVENTS IN THIS SERIES: