Brevard Music Center resumes free community concert series in october

Press release from the Brevard Music Center:

Brevard Music Center (BMC), in association with Brevard College in Brevard, is pleased to announce the return of its popular and FREE Community Concert Series on Monday, October 7 at 12:30 p.m. at the Porter Center (Brevard College). The “First Mondays” chamber concert features cellist Alistair MacRae in a compelling program of works by Domenico Gabrielli, Bernd Alois Zimmerman, and Philip Glass.

BMC’s free “First Mondays” concerts in Brevard will continue through May 2020. October’s local “First Mondays” Charity Partner is the Hunger Coalition of Transylvania County. (

“BMC Community Concerts allow us to share our passion for classical music with the communities, neighborhoods, and audiences that support our mission and programming throughout the summer,” said Brevard Music Center President & CEO Mark Weinstein. “I invite music lovers of all ages to join us at our popular and free ‘First Mondays’ concerts this season. Witness world-class artists, be inspired by the works of classical and contemporary masters, and simply soothe your soul. I can’t think of a more perfect way to spend an afternoon.”

For more information, full artist biographies, and directions to all Community Concert Series locations, please visit or call 828-862-2130. All Community Concert Series performances are free.

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