Tuneful Evenings

Summer concert series features indie rock, chamber music
August 1, 2010

Duke Performances has put together an eclectic lineup for its third annual summer concert series, mixing young indie-rock bands with a little bit of chamber music. From May to August, there will be twelve concerts in the Sarah P. Duke Gardens. On Wednesday nights in July, local and internationally renowned independent pop and rock groups will perform on the lawn behind the gardens' Doris Duke Center. In August, two chamber music performances will be held inside the center, in Kirby Horton Hall.

Tickets to all concerts are $10 for the general public and $5 for Duke students and employees; children age twelve and under will be admitted free of charge.

July(All concerts begin 7 p.m.)

  • July 7: Kooley High 
  • July 14: Kingsbury Manx 
  • July 21: Max Indian 
  • July 28: Billy Sugarfix's Carousel

August(All concerts begin 7 p.m.)

  • Aug. 4: Mallarmé Chamber Players 
  • Aug. 11: Ciompi Quartet cellist Fred Raimi, pianist Jane Hawkins, and violinist Richard Luby