Halle Cultural Arts Center


Feb
13 Sun

Tresidig presents VOYAGES: Classical Concert

APEX, NC
UNITED STATES
Doors at 2:30 PM, Show at 3:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $15.00
SENIOR: $12.00
STUDENT 16 & UNDER: $10.00

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / SENIOR / STUDENT 16 & UNDER Public Onsale: October 6, 2021 2:19 PM to February 13, 2022 3:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
February 13 • Tresidig presents Voyages.
Chamber Music by Women. Tresidig is pianist and musicologist Amy Zigler with saxophonists Nicolas Lira and Mary Huntimer. Their fall program highlights compositions ranging from the romantic music of Dame Ethel Smyth, and the lyrical chromaticism of Lucie Robert, to recent works of the American composers Alex Shapiro, and Pulitzer-Prize-winner Jennifer Higdon. program highlights include repertoire by Pulitzer Prize winner Jennifer Higdon, American composer Alex Shapiro, French composer Lucie Robert, and Ethyl Smyth's Piano Trio in D. Smyth was a pupil of Brahms, and a British suffragist. She was the first female composer to have her opera performed by The Met. 

[This show was postponed from September 2021. Ticket holders of the September show will be honored at the February 13 show.]
 

$10.00 - $15.00
Mar
27 Sun

BRAHMS CLARINET QUINTET: Classical Concert

APEX, NC
UNITED STATES
Doors at 2:30 PM, Show at 3:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADULT: $15.00
SENIOR: $12.00
STUDENT 16 & UNDER: $10.00

TICKET SALE DATES
ADULT / SENIOR / STUDENT 16 & UNDER Public Onsale: August 2, 2021 11:43 AM to March 27, 2022 3:30 PM

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION
March 27 • Lyricosa Quartet, with Marianne Breneman, clarinet, perform Brahms Clarinet Quintet  
$10.00 - $15.00

237 NORTH SALEM ST
APEX, NC
UNITED STATES
The Halle Cultural Arts Center was built as the Town of Apex Town Hall in 1912. The population of Apex was estimated at 700. Construction cost was $7,500.

It served many purposes. Outside the front door on the sidewalk was a hand operated pump well. The first floor contained a farmers market offering seasonal fruits, vegetables, and fresh chickens. A firehouse and two jail cells were in the rear. A ticket office was near the front door.

Upstairs was the Mayor’s office and a theatre with opera style seating and large windows for ventilation (HVAC today!). It was a home for silent movies, dramas and musicals, as well as the Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources. It is located in the heart of the downtown Historic District and is perfect for exhibitions, musicals, dances, plays, receptions, meetings, fund raisers, and celebrations.