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April Masterworks Concert
Charlottesville Symphony @ UVa
April Masterworks Concert
Part of the 2014-2015 Charlottesville Symphony at the University of Virginia 40th Anniversary Season

BEETHOVEN’S NINTH: Masterworks #5

Paul Dukas: Fanfare to La Péri
Ludwig van Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 with:
The University Singers
The Oratorio Society of Virginia
Christina Pier, Soprano
Lucille Beer, Alto
Carlton Moe, Tenor
Anton Belov, Baritone
Sun 4/19/15 3:30PM MLK Jr. Performing Arts Center April Masterworks Concert


Nikolai Demidenko, piano
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
Nikolai Demidenko, piano
The dynamic, world-renowned Russian pianist performs works by Chopin & Schubert, two of the many composers that have brought him awards and acclaim.
Tue 4/21/15 7:30PM Old Cabell Hall Tuesday Evening Concert Series:
Nikolai Demidenko, piano


Wonderful Town
Department of Drama
Wonderful Town
This charming and high-spirited Broadway classic tells the story of the Sherwood sisters, who leave the comforts of their Ohio home behind in 1935 for the heart of bohemia in Greenwich village. Their professional, social, and romantic misadventures soon became the stuff of Broadway legend, earning the show five Tony Awards and making in an international sensation thanks to a delightful story and unforgettable tunes like “A Little Bit In Love” and “Ohio.”
Wed 4/22/15 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Wonderful Town
Thu 4/23/15 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Wonderful Town
Fri 4/24/15 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Wonderful Town
Sat 4/25/15 2:00PM Culbreth Theatre Wonderful Town (Matinee)


Klezmer Ensemble
McIntire Department of Music
Klezmer Ensemble
The McIntire Department of Music presents the U.Va. Klezmer Ensemble directed by Joel Rubin on Thursday, April 23rd at 8pm in Old Cabell Hall. Special guests joining the Klezmer Ensemble for this concert are Daniel Kahn (voice, various keyboard and plucked instruments) and Jake Shulman-Ment (violin) from the group Painted Bird.
Thu 4/23/15 8:00PM General Admission U.Va. Klezmer Ensemble with Daniel Kahn and Jake Shulman-Ment from Painted Bird


Virginia Belles A Cappella Spring Concert
The Virginia Belles is the oldest and most established all-female a cappella group at the University of Virginia. Join them as they present their A Cappella Spring Concert on Friday, April 24 at 8 pm in Old Cabell Hall.
Fri 4/24/15 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Virginia Belles A Cappella Spring Concert


U.Va. Wind Ensemble
McIntire Department of Music
U.Va. Wind Ensemble
The Wind Ensemble, directed by Dr. William Pease and Andrew Koch presents Jefferson: Past, Present and Future on Sunday, April 26th 2015 at 3:30pm in Old Cabell Hall. The concert will feature a world premiere of Being In Time by Judith Shatin.
Sun 4/26/15 3:30PM General Admission U.Va. Wind Ensemble


The Art Connection 2nd Annual Showcase
The Miller Arts Scholars present the Art Connection 2nd Annual Showcase on Sunday, April 26 in the University of Virginia’s Helms Theater. Tickets are free and free parking is available in the Culbreth Road Parking Garage on April 26.
Sun 4/26/15 7:00PM Helms Theatre The Art Connection 2nd Annual Showcase


Luv
Heritage Theatre Festival
Luv
College chums Harry and Milt are serendipitously reunited on a suspension bridge from which Harry is preparing to jump. A study in opposites (Harry is a would-be beatnik and Milt is the very picture of prosperity), the pair find common ground in their misery. When Milt confesses that his wife Ellen is preventing him from finding happiness with his true love, he sees Harry as a possible solution. When Ellen arrives on the scene, the absurdist action multiplies yet again, with hilarious and insightful results. A Tony Nominated "Best Play," originally directed by Mike Nichols, Luv ran for over 900 performances in its initial Broadway run in the 1960s.

Monty Python's Spamalot
Heritage Theatre Festival
Monty Python's Spamalot
“Lovingly ripped off” from the classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail, this Tony Award-winning Broadway smash serves up a delightfully outrageous take on the tale of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, and their legendary quest. The show, with music and lyrics by the Grammy®-winning team of Eric Idle and John Du Prez, comes complete with beautiful show girls, killer rabbits, flatulent Frenchmen, and show-stopping musical numbers.

I Love a Piano
Heritage Theatre Festival
I Love a Piano
This celebration of the music of American icon Irving Berlin is told through the life of a piano as it moves in and out of a series of American lives from the turn-of-the-century to the present day. Packed with Berlin’s most beloved songs, including “Blue Skies,” “There’s No Business Like Show Business,” “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” “Cheek to Cheek,” and “God Bless America" this is a loving and fitting tribute to the man Jerome Kern famously said “has no place in American music. He is American music.”
Tue 7/21/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Wed 7/22/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Thu 7/23/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Fri 7/24/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Sat 7/25/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Mon 7/27/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Tue 7/28/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Wed 7/29/15 2:00PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano (Matinee)
Wed 7/29/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Thu 7/30/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Fri 7/31/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano
Sat 8/1/15 2:00PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano (Matinee)
Sat 8/1/15 7:45PM Helms Theatre I Love a Piano


Almost, Maine
Heritage Theatre Festival
Almost, Maine
It’s a clear, cold night in the middle of winter and the middle of nowhere. Love is in the air. Well, almost. Almost, Maine is a town so far north it is almost in the United States and almost in Canada. On this night, with the Northern Lights flickering above, the residents are falling in and out of love in the strangest, most magical and confounding ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. Love is lost and found, and lives will never be the same as they discover their hearts’ true desire…almost.

Violet
Heritage Theatre Festival
Violet
This touching story of hope, love and healing follows a young woman who embarks from her sleepy North Carolina town to Tulsa, Oklahoma, with plans to meet a televangelist whom she hopes can heal a disfiguring facial scar. Along the way, she meets a young African American soldier who teaches her the true meaning of love and beauty. Set in 1964 against the backdrop of the Civil Rights movement, this Tony Award-winning musical features a vibrant rock, country, gospel and R&B score by Jeanine Tesori (Thoroughly Modern Millie, Shrek) and an acclaimed book by Brian Cawley that tackles a range of issues at the forefront of our world today.