The Choral Society of Durham (Rodney Wynkoop, conductor) and the Durham Symphony Orchestra (William Henry Curry, conductor), team up Saturday at the Durham School of the Arts for performances of Bruckner’s heavens-storming Te Deum and Mozart’s deeply reverent Requiem. Choirs from the school participate in the Requiem.
7:30 p.m. $22 (students $10; 12 and under, free). 919-560-2733 or choral-society.org.
- Conductor Grant Llewellyn welcomes soloist Noah Bendix-Balgley to the N.C. Symphony in Meymandi Concert Hall for performances of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto Friday and Saturday. Details at ncsymphony.org.
- On Sunday at Meredith College, the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra’s program, “Heroes and Villains,” features music by film composers John Williams and Klaus Badelt, along with David Little’s “Haunted Topography.” Details at raleighsymphony.org.
- Chapel Hill Philharmonia’s free concert Sunday at East Chapel Hill High School offers Schumann’s “Rhenish” Symphony and 14-year-old competition winner, Aram Lindroth, in Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 (first movement). Details at chapelhillphilharmonia.org.