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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.

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  • 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: 685
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Concert: Will Oldham (a.k.a. Bonnie 'Prince' Billy)

Will Oldham is one of modern music’s most focused and astute singers. The crevices and knots, peaks and valleys of his voice are deeply suggestive, giving listeners clues that the words …


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Ciompi Quartet 'Concert No. 1 '

For its first outing with new cellist Caroline Stinson, the Ciompi Quartet maintains its annual tradition of beginning each new season with a string quartet from Haydn, the architect of the form. …


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Branford Marsalis Quartet

Branford Marsalis is jazz royalty. Raised in the rich culture of New Orleans by a family of professional musicians, Marsalis got his start touring with Art Blakey's legendary Jazz Messengers. He has …


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Branford Marsalis Quartet

Branford Marsalis is jazz royalty. Raised in the rich culture of New Orleans by a family of professional musicians, Marsalis got his start touring with Art Blakey’s legendary Jazz Messengers. …


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Anthony Roth Costanzo + Les Violons du Roy

The New York Times recently made the astonishing assertion that countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo “exists to transform opera.” In a few short years, Costanzo — born in Durham to …


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Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble

Praised for its precise and energetic interpretations of larger-scale chamber works, the sound from the Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble is so brilliant, it nearly glows. …


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Emanuel Ax, Piano

Seven GRAMMY Awards, the Avery Fisher Prize, top honors at the inaugural Arthur Rubinstein Competition, the Echo Klassik Award, Yale’s Sanford Medal for distinguished musicianship: Emanuel Ax …


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Steve Coleman & Natal Eclipse

While struggling as an eager young alto saxophonist in New York during the mid-1980s, Steve Coleman stumbled upon an idea that seemed obvious but has proven revolutionary: Music should reflect the …


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Danish String Quartet

Fast friends since childhood, three of the four members of the Danish String Quartet have been playing together from the age of fifteen, and they continue to bring a youthful exuberance to e…


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Marc-Andre Hamelin, Piano

Nearly three decades have passed since Marc-André Hamelin emerged as a new titan of solo piano. Although a lauded composer in his own right, he has staked his performance career on definitive …


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Calidore String Quartet

The Calidore String Quartet is one of the premier chamber ensembles in a generation of exciting new talent in the genre. Since forming in Los Angeles, the spirited Calidore — a portmanteau m…


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New York Polyphony 'Sing Thee Nowell'

Praised for “a rich, natural sound that’s larger and more complex than the sum of its parts” by NPR, and for “beautifully blended voices of individual distinction” (The …


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Jeremy Denk, Piano

In the two decades since he claimed Juilliard’s venerable Piano Recital Debut Award, Durham native Jeremy Denk has become one of his generation’s most in-demand instrumentalists and, at …


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Ron Miles 'I Am a Man' featuring Jason Moran, Bill Frisell, Brian Blade & Scott Colley

During the last decade, there has been no jazz quintet more impressive than the one that trumpet and cornet master Ron Miles assembled to make 2017’s poignant I Am a Man. Miles — a …


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Schumann Quartet

The Schumann Quartet exudes effortless grace. Born into a family of musicians, the three Schumann brothers have played together since childhood, ultimately recruiting one of Europe’s brightest …


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Daniil Trifonov, Piano

Called “without question the most astounding pianist of our age” by The Times of London, the twenty-seven-year-old Daniil Trifonov has become the instrument’s new standard-bearer. …


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The Crossing 'The Little Match Girl Passion'

Hailed as “ardently angelic” (Los Angeles Times), “superb” (The New Yorker), and “something of a miracle” (The Philadelphia Inquirer), The Crossing is a …


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Beatrice Rana, Piano

Beatrice Rana played her first scales when she was only six months old, seated on her mother’s lap at the piano in a tiny Italian town. The daughter of two esteemed pianists, Rana recalls …


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Steven Isserlis & Robert Levin

Steven Isserlis’ rich and muscular sound, combined with interpretive passion and sensitivity, has made him one of the world’s preeminent cellists. Pianist and conductor Robert Levin has …


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Elias String Quartet

The Elias String Quartet seems to live inside the pieces it plays. The ensemble conveys both emotional and structural sophistication with astounding clarity. Formed at Manchester’s Royal …


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Black Atlantic: Dafnis Prieto Big Band

When Dafnis Prieto immigrated to New York City from Cuba in 1999, the young jazz drummer earned an almost instantaneous reputation as one of the city’s best new instrumentalists. He played w…


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Ciompi Concert No. 2 featuring Susan Fancher, Saxophone

The Ciompi Quartet opens this concert with Arvo Pärt’s landmark Fratres, an engrossing 1977 piece that seesaws between hyperactive flurries and halcyon stretches. They continue with …


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Piotr Anderszewski, Piano

In 1990, during the semi-finals of the Leeds International Piano Competition, pianist Piotr Anderszewski abruptly walked off the stage. Though he had been a favorite to win, he was dissatisfied with …


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Artemis Quartet

During the last three decades, the Artemis Quartet has set new standards of flexibility for the modern string quartet. The ensemble’s catalog includes Beethoven, Ligeti, Schoenberg, and B…


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JACK Quartet + yMusic

In Durham, two of the world’s most enterprising and important new-music ensembles convene for a rare double-bill. The JACK Quartet, now at the end of a two-year Duke Performances residency, h…


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Fred Hersch 'Leaves of Grass' featuring Kurt Elling & Kate McGarry

Acclaimed pianist Fred Hersch was touring France in the mid-1990s when he experienced an undeniable urge: he needed to read Leaves of Grass, Walt Whitman’s visionary expression of open-hearted …


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Quatuor Ébène

Quatuor Ébène delights audiences with its joy and verve. Elegant, playful, and enthusiastic, the ensemble renders the weightiest of masterpieces with an inviting lightness and a sense …


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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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