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Classical Picks: The King’s Singers perform at Duke

Renowned male vocal ensemble, The King’s Singers, returns to Duke Performances Saturday, following its sold-out concert on the series in 2014. The close-harmony group’s program explores versions of the “Lord’s Prayer” (“Pater Noster”) from Schütz to Stravinsky and Byrd to Bernstein.

Info: Baldwin Auditorium, 8 p.m. $46-$52 (ages 30 and under, $15). 919-684-4444 or dukeperformances.duke.edu.

Other highlights

  • Triangle Youth Philharmonic offers a Don Quixote-themed concert Sunday in Raleigh’s Meymandi Concert Hall with works by Telemann, Minkus and the premiere of Bill Robinson’s “Tilting at Windmills.” Details at philharmonic-association.org.
  • Chamber Music Raleigh presents New York City-based Horszowski Trio at Hayes Barton United Methodist Church Sunday playing works by Beethoven, Schumann and Joan Tower. Details at 919-821-2030 or chambermusicraleigh.org.
  • Sunday’s program by Durham-based Sonam Chorus at First Presbyterian Church features music about children and parents by Boquiren, Josquin and Tavener. Details at sonamchorus.org.
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