Minas creates uplifting, subtle and complex beauty that transports listeners to another place and time – Brazil! Jazz, samba, and bossa nova at its best. Minas blends north and south, creating original music that is evocative and imaginative. Brazilian guitar and jazz piano. Male and female vocals. English and Portuguese poetry.read more
The talented cast of OperaDelaware’s upcoming Rossini opera festival previews hits from the operas to be performed in May, including music from Cinderella and the seldom-heard Semiramide.read more
The organist of Wilmington’s Immanuel Church, Highlands, will serenade with music of C.P.E. Bach, J.S. Bach, and Mozart.read more
Wilmington’s premiere handbell ensemble, conducted by Kerry Dietz, plays music for the springtime.read more
Join this exciting ensemble from Philadelphia as it plays an anniversary celebration of the genius of Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). A program of quartets, trios, duos, and solos by Georg Philipp Telemann, as well as compositions by other German baroque masters Grobe, Petzold, and Kuhnel will be played. Special guest performers are Paul Miller, violin and viola d’amore; Rebecca Humphrey, cello and viola da gamba; as well as ensemble members Rainer Beckmann, recorder; Donna Fournier, viola da gamba and cello; and Marcia Kravis, harpsichord.read more
Closing out Market Street Music’s season is this lively downtown choir, singing a variety of intriguing and fun sacred and secular music.read more
October 5 at 12:30 p.m. | David Schelat, organist | Free admission
Hear the Delaware premiere of Schelat’s new scherzo for organ, Kokopelli, written for the organ at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, plus some great music of Cabanilles (who is he?) and Mendelssohn.
October 12 at 12:30p.m. | Copeland String Quartet | Free Admission
Joined by guitarist Christiaan Taggart, the Spanish-flavored and seldom-heard Guitar Quintet of Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco is played by this popular Wilmington ensemble.
October 14 at 7:30p.m. | David Schelat, organist | Admission: $10-$25
A kaleidoscope of color on the celebrated Gabriel Kney organ played by the artistic director of Market Street Music.
October 19 at 12:30p.m. | Lyra Russian Choir | Free Admission
Returning for its second appearance for Thursday Noontime Concerts, this thrilling vocal ensemble of Russian singers serenades downtown Wilmington with exotic and tuneful music of Russia.