Since returning to North Carolina, Bev has performed with the North Carolina Symphony, North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, Brussels Chamber Orchestra, Concert Singers of Cary, and Cape Fear Chorale. She has done concerts and master classes for students at Methodist University, UNC Pembroke, and East Carolina University, and has played at the Nasher, Ackland, Cameron, and North Carolina Art Museums. Her circle of concert cities has expanded from Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill/Cary to include Greensboro, Winston Salem, Davidson, Charlotte, Southern Pines, Lumberton, Wilmington, Kinston, Fayetteville, Greenville, Rocky Mount, and Cherry Hill. Of the many memories already collected, one of the most remarkable was in Pembroke, where the load-in/load-out crew was the entire male music fraternity. After getting the harpsichord back into the van (before she hit the road), fraternity members ushered her to a chair onstage and sang their sweetheart song – with the last phrase sung on bended knee.
Upcoming EventsOct14Sun3:00 pm François Couperin – His World @ Chapel of the CrossFrançois Couperin – His World @ Chapel of the CrossOct 14 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pmBaroque & Beyond’s twelfth concert season opens with a tribute to François Couperin in honor of the 350th anniversary of his birth. With guest artist Sarah Darling, baroque violin/viola, from Boston. She is joined by a period-instrument ensemble of baroque … Continue reading →Jan13Sun3:00 pm Venetia @ Chapel of the CrossVenetia @ Chapel of the CrossJan 13 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pmVenice during the baroque era is highlighted in this Baroque & Beyond concert. Featuring guest artist Margaret Carpenter Haigh, soprano, a specialist in early-baroque performance style and literature. Music by Barbara Strozzi, Claudio Monteverdi, Vergilio Mazzocchi, and other composers. Also featuring … Continue reading →Mar10Sun3:00 pm Dresden’s Golden Age @ Chapel of the CrossDresden’s Golden Age @ Chapel of the CrossMar 10 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pmDresden enjoyed an astonishing musical life in the mid-eighteenth century. The patronage of successive monarchs ushered in a new age of music, painting, architecture, and technology in Dresden, rivaling the cultural and political might of Louis XIV of France. Chamber music … Continue reading →