2023-2024 Season Schedule

Schedule subject to change.
All concerts are held in the George and Sharon Mabry Concert Hall, APSU, 462 Eighth Street, Clarksville, TN unless otherwise indicated in the performance description.

Windborne, Vocal Group

Windborne vocal group

January 28, 2024 (Sunday @ 3:00 p.m.)

“The most exciting vocal group in a generation,” Windborne’s captivating show draws on the singers’ deep roots in traditions of vocal harmony, while the absolute uniqueness of their artistic approach brings old songs into the present. Known for the innovation of their arrangements, their harmonies are bold and anything but predictable.” 

Young Kim, French Horn

Young Kim playing French horn

March 17, 2024 (Sunday @ 3:00 p.m.)

Young Kim is an accomplished horn player who has performed with the Colorado, Hawaii, Houston, Memphis, Naples, Omaha, and San Antonio Symphonies as well as touring with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. He performed two seasons with the Central City Opera. Currently based out of Aurora, Colorado, Kim enjoys continuing to perform as well as teaching at the Colorado Music Institute.

Warren Wolf, Vibraphone

Warren Wolf-vibraphonist

April 6, 2024 (Saturday @ 7:30 p.m.)

(Headliner for 63rd Mid-South Jazz Festival)

“Baltimore’s Warren Wolf is an acclaimed jazz vibraphonist known for his sophisticated, exploratory, nearly acrobatic post-bop style that moved one critic to exclaim that “he plays the vibraphone like an electric guitar!” Since 2005, he has been recording as a leader and touring with his own groups. His debut, Incredible Jazz Vibes for , garnered attention from critics all over the globe.”

Previously Held Concerts (2023-2024)

Amernet Quartet

black and white image of Amernet

September 10, 2023 (Sunday @ 3:00 p.m.)

“Praised for their “intelligence” and “immensely satisfying” playing by the New York Times, the Amernet String Quartet has garnered recognition as one of today’s exceptional string quartets and are Ensemble-in-Residence at Florida International University in Miami. Their sound has been called “complex” but with an “old world flavor.” Strad Magazine described the Amernet as “…a group of exceptional ability.”

Lisette Oropesa, Soprano

Lisette Oropesa (black & white)

November 7, 2023 (Tuesday @ 7:30 p.m.)

“Cuban-American soprano Lisette Oropesa who has “an endless supply of golden-age trills,” (Opera News) and has a voice that is “brightly crystalline and arrestingly powerful,” (New York Times)

She has a “technique without weakness” (Codalario) and “everything she touches turns into gold” (Place de l’Opera)”