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Masterworks 1: Mozart & Brahms
Charlottesville Symphony @ UVA
Masterworks 1: Mozart & Brahms
The orchestra kicks off its 45th season with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s sprightly and festive Symphony No. 32, a miniature symphony crafted by a true genius. “Ramal” by Syrian-American composer Kareem Roustom is steeped in the musical traditions of the Near East. The New York Times called it “ propulsive, colorful and an immediately appealing creation.” Albert Kim is the soloist in Johannes Brahms’ Second Piano Concerto. Huge in scale and character, it is a virtuosic showpiece for the pianist – although Brahms jokingly referred to it as “a tiny little piano concerto.” Sponsored by the Provost and the Vice Provost for the Arts at the University of Virginia
Sat 9/28/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Masterworks 1: Mozart & Brahms
Sun 9/29/19 3:30PM MLK Jr. Performing Arts Center Masterworks 1: Mozart & Brahms


Pacifica Quartet with Sharon Isbin, guitar
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
Pacifica Quartet with Sharon Isbin, guitar
Grammy-award-winner classical guitarist Sharon Isbin teams up with 2009 Musical America’s “Ensemble of the YearPacifica Quartet in a program of works by Turina, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Vivaldi, Puccini, Boccherini.

Isbin: “The pre-eminent guitarist of our time” – Boston Magazine
Pacifica Quartet: “spine-tingling intensity” – New York Times

Tickets available beginning September 17; new tickets available daily, so check back for desired locations

Underwriters: David W. Garrison & Mary Jane King, and David Sansone
Tue 10/1/19 7:30PM Old Cabell Hall Pacifica Quartet with Sharon Isbin, guitar


Lungs
Department of Drama
Lungs
The world is getting hotter, there’s unrest overseas—the seas themselves aren’t very calm—and one couple is thinking about having a child. Lungs is a smart and funny drama that follows a couple through the surprising lifecycle of their relationship, as they grapple with questions of family and change, hope, betrayal, happenstance, and the terrible pain that you can only cause the people you love.
Thu 10/3/19 8:00PM Helms Theatre Lungs
Fri 10/4/19 8:00PM Helms Theatre Lungs
Sat 10/5/19 2:00PM Helms Theatre Lungs (Matinee)
Thu 10/10/19 8:00PM Helms Theatre Lungs
Fri 10/11/19 8:00PM Helms Theatre Lungs
Sat 10/12/19 8:00PM Helms Theatre Lungs


Wes Moore
Jefferson Scholars Foundation
Wes Moore
The Jefferson Scholars Foundation and the Shadwell Society cordially invite you to the Shadwell Society Speaker Series: Wes Moore on Friday, October 18 at 6 pm in the Darden Abbott Auditorium. Wes Moore is the CEO of Robin Hood, one of the largest anti-poverty forces in the nation. He is a bestselling author, a combat veteran, and a social entrepreneur.
Fri 10/18/19 6:00PM Darden Abbott Auditorium Wes Moore


Choral Showcase
McIntire Department of Music
Choral Showcase
Join the University Singers, UVA Chamber Singers, Virginia Glee Club, and Virginia Women’s Chorus for the traditional Family Weekend Choral Showcase on Friday, October 18 at 8 pm in Old Cabell Hall on the Lawn at the University of Virginia.
Fri 10/18/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Choral Showcase


The Virginia Gentlemen
McIntire Department of Music
The Virginia Gentlemen
Join the Virginia Gentlemen for their fall concert in Old Cabell Hall on Saturday, October 19 at 8 pm. All tickets are $10.
Sat 10/19/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall The Virginia Gentlemen


Amit Peled, cello & Noreen Polera, piano
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
Amit Peled, cello & Noreen Polera, piano
Described as “Having the flair of the young Rostropovich” --American Record Guide, cellist Amit Peled returns to the Series to perform works by Beethoven, Cassado, and Strauss, with pianist Noreen Polera.

Tickets available beginning October 8; new tickets available daily, so check back for desired locations

Principal Underwriter: Maurice Amado Foundation, Underwriter: Mary Vee Connell
Free Schools Concert Underwriter: Watterson Foundation
Tue 10/22/19 7:30PM Old Cabell Hall Amit Peled, cello & Noreen Polera, piano


UVA Jazz Ensemble
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Jazz Ensemble
The UVA Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of John D’earth, will present their fall concert on October 26 at 8 pm in Old Cabell Hall with a smorgasbord of classic and contemporary jazz.
Sat 10/26/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Jazz Ensemble


UVA Chamber Music Series - David Sariti, violin
The McIntire Department of Music is pleased to present the 2019-2020 University of Virginia Chamber Music Series. This annual series, which presents innovative performances by the University of Virginia's world-class performance faculty and celebrated guest artists, is comprised of six professional performances for the University and the central Virginia community. These intimate concerts are programmed to offer both new and traditional works that will delight audiences of all musical tastes.
Sun 10/27/19 3:30PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Chamber Music Series - David Sariti, violin


Free Bridge Quintet
McIntire Department of Music
Free Bridge Quintet
Over the past two decades the Free Bridge Quintet has performed over forty concerts in Old Cabell Hall as well as many outreach and community events. Founded in 1997, it features Jeff Decker on saxophones, Robert Jospé on the drums, Peter Spaar on bass, John D’earth on trumpet and flugelhorn, and Butch Taylor on piano. The quintet has been a staple of not only the UVA and Charlottesville jazz scene, but also the greater Central Virginia jazz scene for more than two decades.
Sat 11/2/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Free Bridge Quintet


Fall Dance Concert
Department of Drama
Fall Dance Concert
Each semester the Dance Program presents eclectic, provocative and engaging choreographic works by students, faculty and guest artists.
Thu 11/7/19 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Fall Dance Concert
Fri 11/8/19 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Fall Dance Concert
Sat 11/9/19 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Fall Dance Concert


Vadym Kholodenko, piano
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
Vadym Kholodenko, piano
Van Cliburn Gold Medalist 2013
“Kholodenko spins pure gold” – Audiophile Audition

Works by Mozart, Beethoven & Godovsky

Tickets available beginning October 29; new tickets available daily, so check back for desired locations

Principal Underwriter: Cecile Zinberg; Underwriter: Woodard Properties
Tue 11/12/19 7:30PM Old Cabell Hall Vadym Kholodenko, piano


She Kills Monsters
Department of Drama
She Kills Monsters
A comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games, She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans as she leaves her childhood home in Ohio following the death of her teenage sister, Tilly. When Agnes finds Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook, however, she stumbles into a journey of discovery and action-packed adventure in the imaginary world that was Tilly’s refuge. In this high-octane dramatic comedy laden with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and 90s pop culture, acclaimed young playwright Qui Nguyen offers a heart-pounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all.
Thu 11/14/19 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre She Kills Monsters
Fri 11/15/19 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre She Kills Monsters
Sat 11/16/19 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre She Kills Monsters
Wed 11/20/19 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre She Kills Monsters
Thu 11/21/19 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre She Kills Monsters
Fri 11/22/19 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre She Kills Monsters
Sat 11/23/19 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre She Kills Monsters


Masterworks 2: Romantic Titans: Bruckner, Mendelssohn, R. Strauss
Katy Ambrose, Principal Horn in the Charlottesville Symphony, performs Richard Strauss’s exuberant Horn Concerto No. 1, the most frequently performed horn concerto written in the 19th century. Conducted by Michael Slon, the UVA University Singers join the orchestra and four vocal soloists for Felix Mendelssohn’s Psalm 42 and Anton Bruckner’s Te Deum. A joyful hymn of thanksgiving, Te Deum was the pinnacle of Bruckner’s output and one of the greatest large-scale choral works of its day. Rounding out the program is Jesse Montgomery’s “Caught by the Wind,” a meditation on the cycles of life inspired by her brother’s bicycle tour.
Sat 11/16/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Masterworks 2: Romantic Titans: Bruckner, Mendelssohn, R. Strauss
Sun 11/17/19 3:30PM MLK Jr. Performing Arts Center Masterworks 2: Romantic Titans: Bruckner, Mendelssohn, R. Strauss


Klezmer Ensemble with special guests Veretski Pass (Berkeley), performing The Magid Chronicles
Under the direction of Director of Music Performance and acclaimed clarinetist and ethnomusicologist Joel Rubin, the UVA Klezmer Ensemble is made up of both undergraduate and graduate students from across grounds, faculty, alumni and other members of the greater Central Virginia community, and is dedicated to exploring klezmer and other Jewish and eastern European musical traditions from the 18th to the 21st century.
Thu 11/21/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Klezmer Ensemble with special guests Veretski Pass (Berkeley), performing The Magid Chronicles


Trans Scripts Part I: The Women
Department of Drama
Trans Scripts Part I: The Women
Part of the UVA Department of Drama DDI Reading Series
Fri 11/22/19 7:00PM Helms Theatre Trans Scripts Part I: The Women
Sat 11/23/19 7:00PM Helms Theatre Trans Scripts Part I: The Women


UVA Chamber Singers
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Chamber Singers
Founded in 2005 and conducted by Michael Slon, the University of Virginia Chamber Singers is a select ensemble drawn from the University Singers, and performs a wide variety of music for chamber choir ranging from early music to contemporary compositions.
Fri 11/22/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Chamber Singers


UVA Chamber Music Series - Daniel Sender, violin
The McIntire Department of Music is pleased to present the 2019-2020 University of Virginia Chamber Music Series. This annual series, which presents innovative performances by the University of Virginia's world-class performance faculty and celebrated guest artists, is comprised of six professional performances for the University and the central Virginia community. These intimate concerts are programmed to offer both new and traditional works that will delight audiences of all musical tastes.
Sun 11/24/19 3:30PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Chamber Music Series - Daniel Sender, violin


UVA Baroque Orchestra
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Baroque Orchestra
The Baroque Orchestra, directed by faculty violinist David Sariti, presents dynamic, vital performances of music from the 17th and 18th centuries with the instruments and performance practices for which it was written, without a conductor. The experience will challenge preconceived notions of music performance, and build musicianship and listening skills.
Mon 11/25/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Baroque Orchestra


Family Holiday Concert with the University Singers
The Charlottesville Symphony at the University of Virginia and the UVA University Singers join forces to present their annual Family Holiday Concerts
Fri 12/6/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Family Holiday Concert with the University Singers
Sat 12/7/19 3:30PM Old Cabell Hall Family Holiday Concert with the University Singers


Messiah Sing-In
McIntire Department of Music
Messiah Sing-In
The UVA McIntire Department of Music presents the 52nd annual Messiah Sing-In on Tuesday, December 10th at 8pm in Old Cabell Hall. The Sing-In is conducted by Michael Slon, UVA’s Director of Choral Music, and benefits the University's choral ensembles.
Tue 12/10/19 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Messiah Sing-In


UVA Chamber Music Series - John Mayhood, piano
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Chamber Music Series - John Mayhood, piano
The McIntire Department of Music is pleased to present the 2019-2020 University of Virginia Chamber Music Series. This annual series, which presents innovative performances by the University of Virginia's world-class performance faculty and celebrated guest artists, is comprised of six professional performances for the University and the central Virginia community. These intimate concerts are programmed to offer both new and traditional works that will delight audiences of all musical tastes.
Sun 1/26/20 3:30PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Chamber Music Series - John Mayhood, piano


Faust-Queyras-Melnikov Trio
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
Faust-Queyras-Melnikov Trio
Three international classical stars: Isabelle Faust, violin Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello; & Alexander Melnikov, piano, in an all-Beethoven program.

Tickets available beginning January 21; new tickets available daily, so check back for desired locations

Principal Underwriter: Virginia National Bank; Underwriters: Carolyn & David Beach
Tue 2/4/20 7:30PM Old Cabell Hall Faust-Queyras-Melnikov Trio


UVA Jazz Ensemble
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Jazz Ensemble
The UVA Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of John D’earth, will present their winter concert on Saturday, February 8th at 8 pm in Old Cabell Hall with a smorgasbord of classic and contemporary jazz.
Sat 2/8/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Jazz Ensemble


UVA Chamber Music Series - Katy Ambrose, horn
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Chamber Music Series - Katy Ambrose, horn
The McIntire Department of Music is pleased to present the 2019-2020 University of Virginia Chamber Music Series. This annual series, which presents innovative performances by the University of Virginia's world-class performance faculty and celebrated guest artists, is comprised of six professional performances for the University and the central Virginia community. These intimate concerts are programmed to offer both new and traditional works that will delight audiences of all musical tastes.
Sun 2/9/20 3:30PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Chamber Music Series - Katy Ambrose, horn


Masterworks 3: British Riches
Charlottesville Symphony @ UVA
Masterworks 3: British Riches
In a fusion of music and poetry, George Butterworth, Benjamin Britten, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Malcolm Arnold all plumbed the works of great English poets: Shelley, Tennyson, Coleridge, Middleton, Wordsworth, Keats, Shakespeare, Burns and A.E. Houseman. Tenor Zachary Wilder leads an exploration of love and death, life and loss, dreaming and the poignancy of the English countryside. The program also includes Elegy for String Orchestra by Grace Williams, generally regarded as Wales’s most notable female composer. Sponsored by McGuireWoods
Sat 2/15/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Masterworks 3: British Riches
Sun 2/16/20 3:30PM MLK Jr. Performing Arts Center Masterworks 3: British Riches


Rebel Baroque Ensemble Concert
McIntire Department of Music
Rebel Baroque Ensemble Concert
Hailed by the New York Times as “Sophisticated and Beguiling” and praised by the Los Angeles Times for their “astonishingly vital music-making," the award-winning, New York-based ensemble, REBEL (pronounced “Re-BEL”) is one of North America’s top-tier ensembles specializing in 17th- & 18th-century repertoire performed on period instruments.
Fri 2/21/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Rebel Baroque Ensemble Concert


Venice Baroque Orchestra with Ann Hallenberg, mezzo
“an orchestra with no limits to its virtuosity” – Toronto Concert Reviews
“Hallenberg dazzles with sensational virtuosity and warm tone that is straight as a die” – The Guardian (U.K.)

Works & arias by Vivaldi, Handel, Torri & Broschi

Tickets available beginning February 11; new tickets available daily, so check back for desired locations

Principal Underwriter: Vesta Lee Gordon; Principal Underwriter: BB&T Wealth
Tue 2/25/20 7:30PM Old Cabell Hall Venice Baroque Orchestra with Ann Hallenberg, mezzo


New Works Festival
Department of Drama
New Works Festival
Featuring original scripts by student playwrights, this festival brings together all aspects of the creative process needed to support the development of leading-edge new works. Produced by UVA Drama for the purpose of providing an all-encompassing experience for students, this festival also offers mentoring and feedback from professional guest artists.
Thu 2/27/20 8:00PM Helms Theatre New Works Festival
Fri 2/28/20 8:00PM Helms Theatre New Works Festival
Sat 2/29/20 8:00PM Helms Theatre New Works Festival
Tue 3/3/20 8:00PM Helms Theatre New Works Festival
Wed 3/4/20 8:00PM Helms Theatre New Works Festival
Thu 3/5/20 8:00PM Helms Theatre New Works Festival


Tabea Zimmermann, viola & Javier Perianes, piano
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
Tabea Zimmermann, viola & Javier Perianes, piano
“The most beautiful singing of the performance was not that of a human voice but of a viola in the hands of Tabea Zimmermann” – New York Times

Perianes: “Seldom, if ever, have I encountered such a combination of evident modesty and utter brilliance. – Sunday Times (London)

Program: Schubert, Brahms, Falla, Albeniz, Villa-Lobos, Piazzolla

Tickets available beginning March 3; new tickets available daily, so check back for desired locations

Underwriter: Bob Bond in memory of Kathy Bond; Underwriter: UVA Cavalier Travels
Tue 3/17/20 7:30PM Old Cabell Hall Tabea Zimmermann, viola & Javier Perianes, piano


Masterworks 4: New World Symphony
Charlottesville Symphony @ UVA
Masterworks 4: New World Symphony
One of the most beloved symphonies of all time, Antonín Dvorák’s Symphony No. 9 (“From the New World”) is his folk-inspired love letter to America. Les Préludes – Symphonic Poem No. 3 by Franz Liszt is in turn reflective, martial and majestic. Performed by Brendon Elliott, Niccolò Paganini’s Violin Concerto No. 1 can only be described as violin fireworks – a high-wire act from beginning to end! Oregonian Paul Ghun Kim is the guest conductor. Sponsored by Vesta Lee Gordon
Sat 3/21/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Masterworks 4: New World Symphony
Sun 3/22/20 3:30PM MLK Jr. Performing Arts Center Masterworks 4: New World Symphony


Once Upon a Mattress
Department of Drama
Once Upon a Mattress
Once Upon A Mattress is based on the famous fairy tale, The Princess and the Pea. Because of her noble birth, the Princess is unable to sleep on a bed of many mattresses when a tiny pea is placed underneath the bottom mattress.
Thu 3/26/20 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Once Upon a Mattress
Fri 3/27/20 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Once Upon a Mattress
Sat 3/28/20 2:00PM Culbreth Theatre Once Upon a Mattress (Matinee)
Thu 4/2/20 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Once Upon a Mattress
Fri 4/3/20 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Once Upon a Mattress
Sat 4/4/20 8:00PM Culbreth Theatre Once Upon a Mattress


UVA Chamber Music Series
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Chamber Music Series
The McIntire Department of Music is pleased to present the 2019-2020 University of Virginia Chamber Music Series. This annual series, which presents innovative performances by the University of Virginia's world-class performance faculty and celebrated guest artists, is comprised of six professional performances for the University and the central Virginia community. These intimate concerts are programmed to offer both new and traditional works that will delight audiences of all musical tastes.
Sun 3/29/20 3:30PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Chamber Music Series


Klezmer Ensemble
McIntire Department of Music
Klezmer Ensemble
Under the direction of Director of Music Performance and acclaimed clarinetist and ethnomusicologist Joel Rubin, the UVA Klezmer Ensemble is made up of both undergraduate and graduate students from across grounds, faculty, alumni and other members of the greater Central Virginia community, and is dedicated to exploring klezmer and other Jewish and eastern European musical traditions from the 18th to the 21st century.
Thu 4/2/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Klezmer Ensemble


Aliens, Immigrants, and Other Evildoers
Part of the UVA Department of Drama DDI Reading Series
Fri 4/3/20 7:00PM Helms Theatre Aliens, Immigrants, and Other Evildoers
Sat 4/4/20 2:00PM Helms Theatre Aliens, Immigrants, and Other Evildoers


UVA Chamber Singers
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Chamber Singers
Founded in 2005 and conducted by Michael Slon, the University of Virginia Chamber Singers is a select ensemble drawn from the University Singers, and performs a wide variety of music for chamber choir ranging from early music to contemporary compositions.
Fri 4/3/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Chamber Singers


Free Bridge Quintet
McIntire Department of Music
Free Bridge Quintet
Over the past two decades the Free Bridge Quintet has performed over forty concerts in Old Cabell Hall as well as many outreach and community events. Founded in 1997, it features Jeff Decker on saxophones, Robert Jospé on the drums, Peter Spaar on bass, John D’earth on trumpet and flugelhorn, and Butch Taylor on piano. The quintet has been a staple of not only the UVA and Charlottesville jazz scene, but also the greater Central Virginia jazz scene for more than two decades.
Sat 4/4/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Free Bridge Quintet


UVA Chamber Music Series
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Chamber Music Series
The McIntire Department of Music is pleased to present the 2019-2020 University of Virginia Chamber Music Series. This annual series, which presents innovative performances by the University of Virginia's world-class performance faculty and celebrated guest artists, is comprised of six professional performances for the University and the central Virginia community. These intimate concerts are programmed to offer both new and traditional works that will delight audiences of all musical tastes.
Sun 4/5/20 3:30PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Chamber Music Series


Spring Dance Concert
Department of Drama
Spring Dance Concert
Each semester the Dance Program presents eclectic, provocative and engaging choreographic works by students, faculty and guest artists.
Thu 4/16/20 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre Spring Dance Concert
Fri 4/17/20 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre Spring Dance Concert
Sat 4/18/20 8:00PM Ruth Caplin Theatre Spring Dance Concert


University Singers
McIntire Department of Music
University Singers
The University Singers is the flagship chorus at UVA, and recently gave acclaimed performances of Handel’s Messiah, Poulenc’s Gloria, Beethoven’s Symphony #9, and Bach’s St. John Passion in Charlottesville.
Fri 4/17/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall University Singers


UVA Jazz Ensemble
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Jazz Ensemble
The UVA Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of John D’earth, will present their spring concert on Saturday, April 18th at 8 pm in Old Cabell Hall with a smorgasbord of classic and contemporary jazz.
Sat 4/18/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Jazz Ensemble


Percussion Ensemble
McIntire Department of Music
Percussion Ensemble
The UVA Percussion Ensemble is directed by I-Jen Fang, the Principal Timpanist and Percussionist with the Charlottesville Symphony at the University of Virginia. Re-established in spring 2005, the Percussion Ensemble is a chamber group that performs literature from classical transcriptions to contemporary music. The ensemble draws upon a large family of pitched and non-pitched percussion instruments.
Sun 4/19/20 3:30PM Old Cabell Hall Percussion Ensemble


UVA Baroque Orchestra
McIntire Department of Music
UVA Baroque Orchestra
The Baroque Orchestra, directed by faculty violinist David Sariti, presents dynamic, vital performances of music from the 17th and 18th centuries with the instruments and performance practices for which it was written, without a conductor. The experience will challenge preconceived notions of music performance, and build musicianship and listening skills.
Sun 4/19/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall UVA Baroque Orchestra


Les Violons du Roy & Avi Avital, mandolin
Tuesday Evening Concert Series
Les Violons du Roy & Avi Avital, mandolin
“I always leave Les Violons concerts utterly, happily, exhausted” – The Gazette, Montreal

Avital: “Much as Andres Segovia brought the classical guitar into the concert hall, [this] Israeli virtuoso is doing the same with the mandolin.” – Los Angeles Times

Works by Vivaldi & J.S. Bach

Tickets available beginning April 7; new tickets available daily, so check back for desired locations

Principal Underwriter: Jack Darrell; Principal Underwriter: Cecile Zinberg
Tue 4/21/20 7:30PM Old Cabell Hall Les Violons du Roy & Avi Avital, mandolin


Masterworks 5: Dazzling Dances
Charlottesville Symphony @ UVA
Masterworks 5: Dazzling Dances
Christopher Rouse’s Irish-influenced Flute Concerto features Charlottesville Symphony Principal Flute, Kelly Sulick. A collection of waltzes and polkas by Johann Strauss II celebrates Spring. Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol dazzles with a riotous whirl of colors and the alborada and fandango, two of Spain’s best-known dances.
Sat 4/25/20 8:00PM Old Cabell Hall Masterworks 5: Dazzling Dances
Sun 4/26/20 3:30PM MLK Jr. Performing Arts Center Masterworks 5: Dazzling Dances