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Ives Violin Sonatas


Pianist Jeremy Denk, violinist Stefan Jackiw, and vocal quartet New York Polyphony interpret the works and inspirations of Charles Ives.

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BalletX


In its Duke Performances debut, Philadelphia-based BalletX presents Matthew Neenan’s 2014 work Increasing and 2010 theatrical romp The Last Glass (set to music by the indie band Beirut), alongside Barcelona-based choreographer Cayetano Soto’s 2018 political satire Napoleon/Napoleon.

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Jan Lisiecki


Canadian pianist Jan Lisiecki makes his Duke Performances debut at Baldwin Auditorium, furnishing a program replete in classics of the repertoire.

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2019/2020 Artists in Residence


Each year, Duke Performances partners with a range of campus and community organizations to coordinate over 100 distinct artist residency events.

American Ballet Theatre Makes Triumphant Return to North Carolina


With Giselle, the preeminent classical ballet company returns to the state for the first time in 50 years.

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