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Classical Picks, March 6: Borromeo String Quartet in Durham

By Roy C. Dicks

The Borromeo String Quartet, which includes Durham native Nicholas Kitchen and his wife, Yeesun Kim, plays Hungarian composer Bela Bartók’s six-string quartets for their annual appearance on the concert series at Durham’s St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church. The Sunday afternoon event has two intermissions, including a dinner break for a Hungarian meal, included with the ticket. 4 p.m. $25 at the door (18 and under, free). 919-943-5451 or ststephens.instantencore.com.

Other Highlights

▪ Duke Performances hosts Russian-born concert pianist and recording artist Vladimir Feltsman in Baldwin Auditorium Friday night, performing Haydn and Schubert sonatas and Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition.” Details at dukeperformances.duke.edu.

▪ Cantari, a select group drawn from the Chapel Hill chorus, Voices, has its spring concert Saturday afternoon in Chapel Hill’s Chapel of the Cross, performing two choral works by Zoltan Kodaly. Details at voiceschapelhill.org.

▪ Works by Philipp Heinrich Erlebach, J.S. Bach and Dieterich Buxtehude are scheduled for the “Baroque & Beyond” concert Sunday afternoon in Chapel Hill’s Chapel of the Cross. Details at baroqueandbeyond.org.

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