The power of choral singing with organ accompaniment is demonstrated on the Voices program Saturday night in UNC-Chapel Hill’s Memorial Hall. Dr. Sue T. Klausmeyer directs the Chapel Hill-based choir in Dvorak and Vierne masses, plus a motet by Brahms.
The organist is Matthew Brown. 8 p.m. $20 (students $7). 919-451-3515 or voiceschapelhill.org.
▪ Light classics are on the N.C. Symphony’s program Saturday evening at Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre. David Glover conducts Tchaikovsky’s “Marche Slave,” Chabrier’s “España” and works by Rossini, Grieg, Mozart and Liszt. Details at ncsymphony.org.
▪ The summer chamber music series in Duke Gardens’ Kirby Hall begins Tuesday evening with three Ciompi Quartet members and pianist Andrew Willis in works by Mozart and two sons of J. S. Bach. Details at tickets.duke.edu.