Charlotte Shout! Arrives at Belmont Abbey College — Arts at the Abbey Concert Series Features D'Amore Duo

September 15, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
BELMONT, NC —- Belmont Abbey College’s Arts at the Abbey series brings two outstanding virtuosos together for an incredible concert experience.

American guitarist William Feasley and Russian oboist Vladimir Lande will perform as D'Amore Duo on September 19, 2005 at 8:00 PM in the Abbey Basilica, Belmont Abbey College. The event is free and open to the public.

This concert is part of Charlotte Shout! – The Arts and Culinary Festival sponsored by Charlotte Center City Partners. A reception at Holy Grounds, the College’s new coffeehouse, will follow the event.

A winner of the 1990 Baltimore Chamber Music Award and 1993 Montpelier Recitalist Competition, D’Amore Duo is recognized as a popular component of many chamber music series. With renowned workshops and master classes, D'Amore Duo has also performed throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

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The Arts at the Abbey concert series is made possible in part by the Associated Foundation, Inc. of Belmont, The Monks of Belmont Abbey and other private donors. Karen Hite Jacob is the series’ coordinator. For additional information, call 704.334.3468 or email

Ranked one of the best comprehensive colleges in the Southeast by U.S. News and World Report and The Princeton Review, Belmont Abbey College celebrates excellence and virtue steeped in its 129-year Catholic Benedictine heritage. The liberal arts College is home to students from over 34 states and 26 countries and welcomes everyone from any background or tradition committed to this vision of excellence and virtue. The campus consists of the College, the Monastery and the Abbey Basilica, which can be found on its sprawling 650 acres of picturesque landscape.

Just minutes from Charlotte, NC, the nation’s second largest banking center, Belmont Abbey College offers students numerous internship opportunities and career placement.

The College believes in development of the whole person – mind, body and spirit. By offering a wide array of clubs and activities including Division II athletics, theatre, publications, and study abroad, Belmont Abbey College invests in the personal growth of its students.

Founded in 1876, the College celebrates its heritage and is inspired by the Benedictine monastic tradition. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the College and Abbey Basilica greet thousands of visitors each year.