The 12th Season

Exploring the evolution of chamber music as an art-form


Apex performance venues


Parking and public access

The Nightingale Concert Hall and the Harlan O. and Barbara Hall Recital Hall are best accessed through the Church Fine Arts Building located on Virginia Street. To access both venues, enter Church Fine Arts under the large white and neon façade. For Harlan O. and Barbara Hall Recital Hall, proceed through the double-doors onto the skywalk and into the University Foundation Arts Building.

More information on parking and event access

Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex

Parking is free on arts-events evenings (after 7 p.m.) in the Brian J. Whalen Parking Complex, which is north of the Church Fine Arts Building and south of Lawlor Events Center.

Patron drop-off

An ADA accessible drop-off zone is located at the Virginia Street entrance to the Church Fine Arts building.

A message from our directors

Apex Concerts’ spectacular Twelfth Season “Forward!” is centered on the exploration of chamber music as an art-form and its evolution through the ages. This is our most exciting season yet, and we cannot wait to see each one of you at all of our concerts.

Read the message from Dmitri and Hyeyeon
Dmitri Atapine poses with a cello sitting next to Hyeyeon Park on a piano bench, with a piano behind them.

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