Duke University’s Department of Music brings together students and faculty in a concert tonight in Duke’s Baldwin Auditorium. Selections and soloists include Elgar’s Serenade for String Orchestra, Duke composer Scott Lindroth’s Cello Quintet (with the Ciompi Quartet and cellist Ashley Bathgate) and Milhaud’s “The Creation of the World” with saxophonist Susan Fancher.
Harry Davidson conducts. 8 p.m. $10 (students free). 919-684-4444 or music.duke.edu.
- A free concert Friday at 7:30 p.m. at United Church of Chapel Hill offers trios by Beethoven, Klughardt and von Herzogenberg, combining piano, oboe, horn, viola and bassoon. Details at unitedchurch.org.
- Duke faculty members Fred Raimi (cello) and Jane Hawkins (piano) play music by Bach and Beethoven in a free concert at Duke’s Nelson Music Room Saturday at 8 p.m. Details at music.duke.edu.
- Durham’s St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church hosts the Borromeo String Quartet Sunday at 4 p.m. playing quartets by Haydn, Tchaikovsky and Schuller. Details at ststephens.instantencore.com.