Janet Jackson Witman, harp Harp at Halloween? Of course! Janet will play some light classics on harp plus some Halloween hits! Free admission read more
One of the region’s finest chamber ensembles plays a fun and unusual program including music of Valerie Coleman, Florence Price, Lev Zhurbin, Astor Piazzolla, and Alexander Borodin. Free admission read more
David Schelat, organist Glorious music on the famous and colorful Gabriel Kney organ – the only one in this region by this German-Canadian builder. Program includes: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Dorian) – J. S. Bach Fugue in A Flat Minor – Johannes Brahms Cortège and Litanie – Marcel Dupré Petite Suite – David Schelat Final (from Symphony I) – Louis Vierne Get Tickets Here read more
John Walthausen, harpsichord This remarkable player brings us a program of intimate and virtuosic 17th century music by Jan Sweelinck, Giovanni Picchi, William Byrd, and John Bill. Free admission read more
Award-winning songstress Sharon Sable sings unforgettable tunes with the astounding multi-instrumentalist Shawn Qaissaunee. Free admission read more
Elegant and tuneful Medieval and Renaissance Christmas carols with voice, lutes, and hand percussion. Free admission read more
Jazz from A Charlie Brown Christmas. A downtown Wilmington Market Street Music tradition!
A Merry Christmas Carol from this singing ensemble to you. Carols, carols, and more carols!
January 8, 2022 @ 3:00 pm
The beloved Mastersingers of Wilmington makes a tuneful post-holiday return.
There shall a star – Felix Mendelssohn
Of the Father’s love begotten – arr. Willcocks
Missa Brevis in E Major – Healey Willan
Cum novo cantico – Gerald Near
Ave Maria – Franz Biebl
Make we joy now in this fest – David Schelat