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Bachmann, Stamey, Rosebuds, etc: Duke Performances announces summer schedule, rules

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Pull out your planners or your iPhones or however it is you keep track of what you'll be doing in a few weeks, and jot down the dates of Duke Performance's Music in the Gardens series. Mixing stand-alone bills featuring area favorites like Eric Bachmann and Dex Romweber with new local lights like The Love Language and Megafaun, the series represents another coup for Duke's ground-level, plugged-in booking under the leadership of Aaron Greenwald. All shows begin at 7 p.m. in or around the Duke Gardens, and each shows cost $10 for the public and $5 for Duke employees. Duke students and children under 12 get in for free. A rad series for the right price.

May 20: Ciompi Quartet with soprano Sandra Cotton

May 27: Ciompi Quartet with Emory University's Vega String Quartet and oboist Joe Robinson

June 3: Thad Cockrell

June 10: The Rosebuds

June 17: Megafaun

June 24: Alina Simone

July 1: Dex Romweber Duo

July 8: Mallarme Chamber Players and Brussels Chamber Orchestra

July 15: The Love Language

July 22: Eric Bachmann (of Crooked Fingers/ Archers of Loaf)

July 29: Chris Stamey & Peter Holsapple

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