Suliman Tekalli

Violinist Suliman Tekalli has established his unique voice as an exciting and versatile soloist and chamber musician through his visceral yet elegant and mature performance style, captivating audiences with the depth of his interpretations an assured technique.  The abundance of his musical appetite is manifest in his vast repertoire ranging from the standards in the concerto and recital oeuvre through contemporary music and his own original compositions and transcriptions.

Suliman Tekalli has commissioned works from composers of his generation such as Michael Brown and Reena Esmail. As a composer/arranger/performer, he has transcribed and orchestrated classical and contemporary repertoire, from works of Chopin, Schubert and Ravel to Fazil Say, some which have been performed by ensembles such as the International Sejong Soloists. He gave the world premiere of his composition “Mephistoccata” from his solo violin suite Fables at the Montreal International Music Competition in 2013, receiving the Maurice and Judith Kaplow Prize for Uncommon Creativity from the Cleveland Institute of Music in the same year.

$20 general admission. Please bring food or wine to share.

Adam Golka

Polish-American pianist Adam Golka was recently selected by Sir András Schiff to perform recitals at the Klavier-Festival Ruhr in Germany, Tonhalle Zürich, as well as in Berlin and New York (organized by the 92nd Street Y). Adam has been regularly on the concert stage since the age of sixteen, when he won first prize at the 2nd China Shanghai International Piano Competition. He has also received the Gilmore Young Artist Award and the Max I. Allen Classical Fellowship Award from the American Pianists Association.

Adam Golka acts as Artist-in-Residence at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, where he teaches piano, chamber music, and leads the Holy Cross Chamber Orchestra.

$20 general admission. Please also bring food or wine to share.

Jenny Lin presents the “Etudes Project”

Jenny Lin is one of the most respected young pianists today, admired for her adventurous programming and charismatic stage presence. She has been acclaimed for her “remarkable technical command” and “a gift for melodic flow” by The New York Times. The Washington Post praises “Lin’s confident fingers… spectacular technique… “, “…surely one of the most interesting pianists in America right now…” and Gramophone Magazine has hailed her as “an exceptionally sensitive pianist”.

The 11th FInger: a program of new Piano Etudes from ICEBERG New Music addressing the topic of new virtuosity at the keyboard while inspired by Etudes from the past. The program will consist of these new Etudes presented alongside Etudes of Chopin, Liszt, Debussy, Ligeti, and Philip Glass.


Etudes Project: Piano Etudes by Liszt, Ligeti, Debussy, Chopin, Kapustin, Glass, and Iceberg New Music Composers

$20 general admission. Please also bring food or wine.


Helena is an ensemble of Central Florida’s most dauntless singers. The group made their debut at Timucua in 2016 and quickly established themselves by performing adventurous and ambitious repertoire by and about women. Don’t miss this Orlando treasure.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please bring food or wine to share.

Eventbrite - Helena

Christopher Belt and Troy Gifford 

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Classical guitarists Christopher Belt and Troy Gifford debut a new duo project! Comprised of music by French composers from the Baroque to Modern eras, and an original piece by Gifford, the program is at times enchanting, at times bracing.

Andre Jolivet: Serenade
Ravel (arr. Gifford): Mother Goose Suite
Ida Presti: Prelude, Danse d’Avila
Rameau: Les Tendres Plaintes, La Joyeuse, L’indifferente
Troy Gifford: Indigo
Gabriel Fauré: Pavane

Special exhibition of works by Lisa Sullivan Dunlop.

Fernwood String Quartet

The Fernwood String Quartet has been formed by players of Timucua’s own orchestra in residence, the Alterity Chamber Orchestra. The quartet focuses both on contemporary composers and on the repertoire from Joseph Haydn to the 20th century. All players – Caitlin Pequignot, Andreas Volmer, Daniel Cortes, and Hanrich Claassen – also regularly play with other orchestras across Central Florida including the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra and the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra.

The quartet will open with one of Haydn’s most popular string quartets, “The Lark,” followed by Maurice Ravel’s string quartet in F Major. Finally, the quartet will perform Charles Griffin’s quartet “Set Fire to Have Light,” an exuberant work that is influenced by Arabic melodies and rhythms. Griffin lives in Orlando, and orchestral works of his have been performed by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.

$10-$20 suggested donation. Please bring food or wine to share.

Special exhibition of works by Don Moon