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Baldwin Auditorium

  • 1336 Campus Dr
  • Duke University East Campus
  • Durham, NC 27705
  • Primary: (919) 684-4444
  • Fax: (919) 660-1729
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685-seat auditorium for lectures and concerts on Duke University’s East Campus. Call or visit website for ticket information.

General
  • Miles To Convention Center: 1.70
  • Miles to RDU Airport: 16.0
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Performing Arts
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Baldwin Auditorium Meeting Facility
  • # of Rooms: 1
  • Total Sqft.: 6,000
  • Largest Room: 6,000
  • Theatre Capacity: 691
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Ciompi Concert No.1 ft. Rachel Yonan & Brent Wissick

For its fall concert the Ciompi recruits two acclaimed area musicians for a pair of string quintets. They begin with Mozart’s emotionally dynamic String Quintet No. 3, which ricochets from …


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American Brass Quintet

Famously dubbed "the high priests of brass" by Newsweek, the American Brass Quintet has built a world of its own during the last sixty years, sculpting new repertoire and setting artistic …


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Bill Callahan with Nathan Bowles + Jake Xerxes Fussell

Bill Callahan took his time becoming one of American music’s most distinctive songwriters and most readily identifiable singers. During the early exploratory days of indie rock, under the name …


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Quatuor Mosaïques

In many ways, it seems unfair to call Quatuor Mosaïques a period instrument quartet, though it is perhaps the preeminent period-instrument quartet in the world. Yes, the ensemble uses gut …


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Modigliani Quartet

Named for Amedeo Modigliani, the Italian portraitist and sculptor who came into his own following a midlife move to France, the rapturous Modigliani Quartet embraces a wide range of repertoire. Ever …


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Benjamin Grosvenor, Piano

Benjamin Grosvenor became a classical music star before he was a teenager. In 2004, at the age of eleven, he won the BBC’s Young Musician Competition, a victory that catapulted him to the most …


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A Far Cry with Luciana Souza: The Blue Hour

Since its launch in 2007, Boston’s A Far Cry has taken an unusual approach to the making of orchestral music. Seventeen musicians opted to start a communal, self-conducted string symphony in …


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Joe Henry Debut of a New Album + Performance: THRUM

For three decades, the singer, songwriter, producer, and author Joe Henry has been shaping and reshaping a working definition of American music that is as rich and rewarding as that of his any of h…


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Stephen Hough, Piano

Stephen Hough is a renaissance man. A composer, writer, poet, painter, and MacArthur Fellow, the British-born Hough’s reputation long ago moved beyond classical circles, making him an unlikely …


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Escher Quartet ft. Jason Vieaux

During the last decade, New York’s Escher String Quartet has risen through the ranks of a crowded field to become one of music’s most engaging string ensembles. The quartet has broadened …


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Jeremy Denk & Stefan Jackiw: Ives Violin Sonatas with New York Polyphony

Merely programming the four violin sonatas of American original Charles Ives would not have been enough for Jeremy Denk, the inquisitive and exploratory pianist, writer, and musical collaborator. …


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Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band

Drummer Brian Blade has an astounding résumé. He played on Bob Dylan’s Time out of Mind, Norah Jones’ Come Away with Me, and Emmylou Harris’ Wrecking Ball. His gentle …


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The King's Singers

Half a century ago, six choral scholars at King’s College Cambridge formed their own choir. They took a bold approach, rewriting the rules about what classically trained vocal ensembles could …


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Smetana Trio

It may be impossible to be any more ingrained in the proud Czech musical lineage than the Smetana Trio. Founded in 1934 by prominent Czech pianist Josef Páleníček, the trio borrows its …


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Jerusalem Quartet

Over the past two decades, the Jerusalem Quartet has consistently garnered accolades for its definitive interpretations of landmark quartets. In 2015 the Jerusalem chose to celebrate its twentieth …


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Rafal Blechacz, Piano

Since 2005, when Rafał Blechacz became the first Polish musician in three decades to win Warsaw’s International Chopin Piano Competition, he has become an established star, winning the …


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Maria Schneider Orchestra

As a composer and bandleader, five-time GRAMMY winner Maria Schneider deploys her peerless seventeen-piece Maria Schneider Orchestra to test the boundaries between classical music and jazz. Hailed a…


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Quatuor Danel

Hailed by Gramophone as “a model for any aspiring string quartet,” the French-bred, UK-based Quatuor Danel has emerged as a premier risk-taking ensemble during the last quarter century. …


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Toumani & Sidiki Diabaté

Malian virtuoso and two-time GRAMMY winner Toumani Diabaté marked the thirtieth year of his recording career in 2017, a benchmark for one of the world’s most remarkable musicians. The …


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Ciompi Concert No.2 ft. Jane Hawkins, Piano

Since 1974, Fred Raimi has worked as the cellist of the Ciompi Quartet, making him the longest-serving member of the venerable Duke institution. This concert marks Raimi’s final performance as …


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Paul Lewis, Piano

The playing of British pianist Paul Lewis CBE, a protégé of Alfred Brendel, depends on a studied emotional reverence: he is the master of the sinking feeling, the ecstatic stir. Having …


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Emerson String Quartet

The Emerson String Quartet is the most celebrated American string quartet in existence. With nine GRAMMY awards, a catalogue several dozen albums deep, an Avery Fisher Prize, and a fifty-two-disc …


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Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau
212 W Main St #101
Durham, NC 27701 USA
Phone: (919) 687-0288
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