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ARTPOWER!

2013–2014 MULTI-ARTS SEASON // 10TH ANNIVERSARY


— PERFORMANCE CALENDAR — CHAMBER MUSIC St. Lawrence String Quartet pg 13 Friday, October 25, 2013 / 8pm

L’Amour des Moules pg 26 Friday, February 14, 2014 7pm Food; 8pm Movie

Paul Dresher Ensemble: Schick Machine pg 32 Thursday, February 27, 2014 / 8pm

Meccorre String Quartet pg 17 Friday, November 15, 2013 / 8pm

The Fruit Hunters pg 33 Thursday, March 6, 2014 7pm Food; 8pm Movie

Kronos Quartet pg 33 Tuesday, March 11, 2014 / 8pm

Emerson String Quartet pg 19 Thursday, January 9, 2014 / 8pm Danish String Quartet pg 23 Friday, January 31, 2014 / 8pm Escher String Quartet pg 34 Friday, April 4, 2014 / 8pm

DANCE Lucy Guerin pg 8 Wednesday, October 9, 2013 / 8pm Sydney Dance Company pg 11 Saturday, October 19, 2013 / 8pm

Filmatic Festival pg 38 Thursday-Sunday, April 24-27, 2014

Power!Trips pg 39 St. Petersburg, Russia: June 8-15, 2014 Venice, Italy: August 22-28, 2014

GLOBAL MUSIC Souad Massi pg 12 Thursday, October 24, 2013 / 8pm

TENTACLE SESSIONS Ólafur Arnalds pg 7 Wednesday, October 2, 2013 / 8pm

AnDa Union pg 14 Sunday, October 27, 2013 / 8pm

St. Lawrence String Quartet pg 24 Monday, February 10, 2014 / 8pm

Fatoumata Diawara pg 30 Wednesday, February 26, 2014 / 8pm

yMusic pg 25 Thursday, February 13, 2014 / 8pm

Soweto Gospel Choir pg 36 Wednesday, April 16, 2014 / 8pm

Hauschka pg 37 Wednesday, April 23, 2014 / 8pm

JAZZ Sean Jones Quartet pg 18 Thursday, November 21, 2013 / 8pm

WONDERLAND AT WHITE BOX Compagnie Nacera Belaza pg 6 Thursday-Saturday, September 26- 28, 2013 / 8pm

Compagnie Käfig pg 20 Wednesday, January 15, 2014 / 8pm Aszure Barton & Artists pg 27 Wednesday, February 19, 2014 / 8pm

FILM Patang pg 10 Friday, October 18, 2013 7pm Food; 8pm Movie Diego Star pg 22 Thursday, January 16, 2014 7pm Food; 8pm Movie

Dr. Lonnie Smith pg 28 Thursday, February 20, 2014 / 8pm Regina Carter pg 39 Tuesday, May 6, 2014 / 8pm

SPECIAL EVENTS The Big Bang at ArtPower! pg 29 Sunday, February 23, 2014 / 10am

New Adventurers pg 16 Thursday-Saturday, November 7-9, 2013 / 8pm Bill Shannon pg 35 Thursday-Saturday, April 10-12, 2014 / 8pm

ENGAGE WITH THE ARTS pg 40-43

SUBSCRIBE AND SAVE pg 48-49

ORDER FORM pg 53-54

MAKE A GIFT AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE pg 44-47

ORDER INFORMATION pg 50-51

PARKING, DIRECTIONS, AND CAMPUS MAP pg 55

SEATING CHARTS pg 52


ARTPOWER! 10TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON It is time to celebrate! This 2013-14 season is the 10th anniversary of ArtPower! at UC San Diego, the university’s ever evolving multi-arts program presenting music, dance, film, and so much more. Powered by the creativity and passion of our artists and audiences, we are the energy and vibrancy of a creative campus. We are the spark of connection between our campus and community. We are the electric charge for the curious.   We have so much to celebrate this season. We celebrate because we have the capacity to think broadly and feel deeply. We celebrate because artistic exchange is core to human development and social responsibility. We celebrate the deeper sense of meaning and the broader sense of fun that the arts stimulate in our lives.   ArtPower! is defined by connection, insight, and opportunity. ArtPower! is defined by you. Before us lies an extraordinary season of art and a whole future of possibility–let us celebrate and define it together.   ArtPower! to the People,   Martin Wollesen Artistic Director

— A NOTE FROM THE CHANCELLOR — UC San Diego is an extraordinarily innovative university. We have some of the most creative and brilliant students, faculty, and researchers in the world exploring, discovering, and creating right here on campus. We also have outstanding artistic and cultural programs like ArtPower! at UC San Diego that are reimagining how we participate, collaborate, and connect through art. Through lively and thought-provoking concerts, performances, film screenings, and a myriad of other activities, ArtPower! engages minds and welcomes our community and world to UC San Diego. Together, we celebrate ArtPower!’s 10th anniversary season and the power of the arts in our lives.      Pradeep K. Khosla Chancellor, UC San Diego

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10TH ANNIVERSARY SPOTLIGHT

Power!Plates ArtPower! and the Faculty Club team up to bring you Power!Plates, our scrumptious, pre-performance dinner series featuring a three-course, prix fix meal hosted in the Faculty Club lounge. Available prior to performances at Mandeville Auditorium, Power!Plates are a delicious, convenient way to dine out before an ArtPower! event. Power!Plate dinners must be purchased at

Filmatic Festival Expect Something Different!

least three days in advance through the UC San Diego Box Office.

ArtPower!’s inaugural Filmatic Festival takes a fresh look at

For last minute dining options, light bites and beverages will

emerging film and popular media, empowering artists and

also be available to purchase from the Faculty Club the night of

audiences to explore, create, and play! Designed for the creative

the performance. Power!Plates are $37 per person. Drinks sold

adventurer in all of us, the festival will feature exciting new ideas

separately. Vegetarian options available upon request. See pages

in cinema as well as hands-on experiences for audiences in

8, 11, 20, 27, 32, and 33 for more details.

filmmaking, curation, performing, and storytelling. With indoor and outdoor screenings, pop-up food tastings, and competitions

Power!Trips

for movie buffs, Filmatic will be a festival experience unlike any

Following a sold-out excursion to the Berkshires in Western

other! See page 38 for more details.

Massachusetts, ArtPower! will be offering two international Power!Trips this season! Led by Artistic Director Martin Wollesen, our first Power!Trip will be to St. Petersburg, Russia, where guests

Innovator-in-Residence Project ArtPower!’s 2013-14 Innovator-in-Residence Project connects

will attend the annual White Nights Festival, an international

the St. Lawrence String Quartet with UC San Diego student

music festival named after the city’s summer night skies. The

composers for an intensive journey in music-making and music-

second trip will be to Venice, Italy, where Film Curator Rebecca

sharing. The world-class chamber ensemble will be working with

Webb will take travelers to the 71st Venice International Film

a select group of undergraduate and graduate student composers

Festival. Along the way, there will be special opportunities for

to record and perform their music, culminating in a Tentacle

meet-and-greets with artists and festival leaders, behind the

Sessions concert at The Loft on February 10, 2014. See page 24

scenes sneak peeks, group dinners, and area tours. See page 39

for more details. SPONSORS Eric Lasley and Judith Bachner

for more details.

New Adventurers Commissioning Project

Wonderland at White Box

Help nurture local creative talent by donating to the ArtPower!

Launched in 2011, Wonderland is an interchange of choreographic

Power to the People fund! Donations made this season to the

creation that sparks a new future for dance in San Diego. This

ArtPower! to the People commissioning fund will help support

season, ArtPower! Artistic Director Martin Wollesen co-curates

our New Adventurers, a group of young, San Diego-based

with Jean Isaacs, director of the San Diego Dance Theatre,

choreographers who will be creating and performing new works

and Yolande Snaith, choreographer and faculty with the UC

as part of the Wonderland at White Box series. With automated

San Diego Theatre and Dance Department, to present local,

monthly giving options and great new benefits, contributing to the

national, and international artists at the White Box. In addition to

future of the arts in our community has never been easier!

performances, Wonderland will present artist-to-artist exchanges,

See pages 16 and 44-47 for more details.

conversations, and fantastic parties for all. See pages 6, 16, and 35 for more details. SPONSORS Phyllis and Daniel Epstein

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word, and film. Your support today powers the future for all. As a way of saying thank you, we offer many opportunities to heighten your experience with our performing arts and film programs. Depending on your level of support, you may receive complimentary parking, invitations to receptions, annual recognition in ArtPower! programs, and even an ArtPower! tshirt!

It’s so easy!

“”

ArtPower! has given me a broader view of the arts. I’ve learned more about international arts and artists in one year than I have in my entire life.

—ALLY CAESAR, ALUM

For more information, please contact Kate Walker D’Angelo, Associate Director of Development [858.534.7657 / klwalker@ucsd.edu]. See pages 44-47 for details. ARTPOWER.UCSD.EDU :: 10TH ANNIVERSARY

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“”

Don’t justify the movement, there are so many reasons to move.

— NACERA BELAZA

WONDERLAND AT WHITE BOX // ALGERIA/FRANCE

COMPAGNIE NACERA BELAZA

Le cri and Le temps scellé Thursday-Saturday, September 26-28, 2013 / 8pm The White Box, 2590 Truxtun Road, San Diego _______

Kicking off our Wonderland series,

Amy Winehouse, Le cri is a raw sensory

Algerian-born choreographer Nacera

landscape that builds into a trance-like

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Belaza joins us for three transcendent

experience. Awarded “Choreographic

SUBSCRIBER >> $22

evenings of dance at the White Box,

Revelation of the Year” by French

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

where she will transform the space

critics, the work brims with tension and

to create a darkened, vast universe.

emptiness. In Le temps scellé, the dancers

Performing alongside her sister Dalila,

surrender themselves to gospel music and

Nacera takes us to a dense place of time,

electronic drumbeats, whirling into a frenzy

space, and spirituality. Accompanied by

of religious ecstasy that reveals nothing

evocative film elements, traditional Arabic

and everything in one captivating swoop.

chanting, and music by Maria Callas and

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I think inspiration, for me, is not that simple. I don’t look out the window and feel inspired. I think creativity is a very technical process–much more complicated than just ‘being inspired’. I’ve been trying for years to figure it out–what can make me more creative–because I struggle with that like every other artist. But it’s something very complicated and you really have to work on it. It’s a lot more technical than something spiritual. –Ólafur Arnalds

TENTACLE SESSIONS // ICELAND

ÓLAFUR ARNALDS

Performances that grab you and won’t let go! Wednesday, October 2, 2013 / 8pm / The Loft _______

With eight album releases, four

Evolution, Ólafur’s small-scale live shows

full-length film scores, and a tour with

have taken him across Europe, North

REGULAR >> $18 GA; $28 Reserved

Sigur Rós under his belt, twenty-six

America, and to China, where the intimacy

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year-old composer Ólafur Arnalds

of his performance and personality shine

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is one of Iceland’s most tireless and

through. An artist who transcends the

creative exports. Inextricably linked to

traditional divide between classical and

the expansive, glacial imagery of his

contemporary worlds, Ólafur’s San Diego

homeland, he composes shadowy, wistful

debut at The Loft will take us to a whole

chamber music layered with delicate pop

new universe of sound.

harmonies and ambient effects. Since the release of his 2007 debut, Eulogy for

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DANCE // AUSTRALIA

LUCY GUERIN Weather Wednesday, October 9, 2013 / 8pm Mandeville Auditorium

“”

You think you have a choice about what you make. And when you are young, you do. But choices are informed, in the end, by your whole history, not just your dance history.

— LUCY GUERIN

Lucy Guerin occupies a focal place in Australia’s dance ecology. A master of contemporary

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dance form, she creates the most intricate and detailed of choreographies, layering ordinary

REGULAR >> $28-$46

experiences in surprisingly visceral ways. Weather, her most recent work, explores the

SUBSCRIBER >> $24-$39

extremities of our ever-changing climate, pitting the human form against the uncontrollable

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

power of nature. Under an impressive cloud of textures and changing colors, seven dancers inhabit the increasingly unpredictable patterns of weather–bathing in sunshine, bending to inescapable forces, and casting dark shadows on their own inner landscapes. Shifting between moments of understated intensity to maelstroms of movement that feel chaotic, wild, and almost improvised, Weather is a show of climatic proportions. Power!Plates at the Faculty Club (6pm) MENU Brie and Baguette Plate; Belgian Beer Braised Beef Stew (Carbonade)

with Root Vegetables and Prunes served with Asiago Polenta; Crème Brûleé. Vegetarian options available upon request. Drinks sold separately. REGULAR >> $37

SPONSOR A Generous Anonymous Patron

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MENU Garlic Naan Triangles with Homemade Indian Chutneys; Chickpea

and Vegetable Curry with Currant Couscous, Apricots, and Sweet Chili Harissa Sauce; Coconut Cinnamon Rice Pudding with a Ginger Wafer Crisp and Cilantro Sprigs. Drinks sold separately.

FOOVIE [FOOD + MOVIE] // USA/INDIA

PATANG

Friday, October 18, 2013 / 7pm Food; 8pm Movie The Loft A poetic journey to Ahmedabad, Patang

successful Delhi businessman takes his

(The Kite) weaves together the stories

daughter on a surprise trip back to his

of six people transformed by the energy

childhood home for the festival, an entire

of India’s largest kite festival. Every

family has to confront its own fractured past

year a million kites fill the skies of the

and fragile dreams. [Prashant Bhargava,

old city–dueling, soaring, tumbling, and

2012, USA/India, 95 min]

flying high above cascading rooftops and streets overflowing with people. When a

“”

To put it simply, making films makes me feel alive. When all the pieces come together, it’s the best high ever.

— PRASHANT BHARGAVA

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_______ REGULAR >> $34 Food + Movie; $10 Movie Only SUBSCRIBER >> $29 Food + Movie; $8 Movie Only UCSD STUDENT >> $29 Food + Movie; $6 Movie Only


Other people talk about seeing their first Swan Lake, or going with their sister to a ballet class. But I never had that. I was born in 1972, around the time Franco died, and there wasn’t any ballet in Spain–just flamenco. And I didn’t have sisters: I was the oldest of four brothers. I didn’t go to dance school until I was 16, but even when I was a child I was always playing with rhythm and making steps for my friends. Eventually my parents said, ‘Look, we have to send you to a dance school in Barcelona. You can’t spend all day in the street dancing.’ –Rafael Bonachela, Artistic Director DANCE // AUSTRALIA

SYDNEY DANCE COMPANY

2 One Another Saturday, October 19, 2013 / 8pm Mandeville Auditorium _______

From the internationally acclaimed Sydney

Set against a pulsing, pixelated backdrop

Dance Company comes an exuberant,

with a driving, baroque-meets-electronica

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high-octane fusion of dance, sound,

soundtrack, 2 One Another is an exuberant

SUBSCRIBER >> $24-$39

language, and light. Artistic Director Rafael

celebration of movement from a company

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

Bonachela’s 2 One Another is a vivid study

at the height of its powers.

of human relationships that simultaneously explodes with unbridled energy and softens into contemplative gestures. Performed by sixteen dancers who possess a distinct blend of suppleness, strength, sensuality, and verve, the work charts the myriad of actions and reactions, and connections and disconnections that make up a life.

Power!Plates at the Faculty Club (6pm) MENU Marinated Garden Vegetables; Spicy

Style Shrimp, Chicken, and Vegetable Gumbo with Rice; Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce. Vegetarian options available upon request. Drinks sold separately. REGULAR >> $37

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GLOBAL MUSIC // ALGERIA/FRANCE

SOUAD MASSI

Thursday, October 24, 2013 / 8pm Price Center East Ballroom

“a”nd more that artists are re o m d xtent, I’ve realize and to some e ans, ant as politici blic. just as import eds of the pu e n e th h it w n’t. more in tune lie, artists are to d e in a tr re Politicians a MASSI

—SOUAD

A soulful yet steely singer-songwriter from Algeria, Souad Massi charts her own course.

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The outspoken songbird is one of the most original and captivating voices to come out of

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North Africa, with a stylistically adventurous sound that incorporates Western folk, rock,

SUBSCRIBER >> $26

flamenco, Arab pop, and the chaabi music of her home. Sung in a seamless mix of Arabic,

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

Berber, and French, Souad’s melancholic ballads belie the struggles she endured as a young female musician living in Algiers, where she was faced with censorship and threats. Now based in Paris, Souad’s deeply intimate songs—paired with her beautiful, cool light-beam of a voice—stand as testament to a hope and spirit that cannot be dimmed.

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CHAMBER MUSIC // USA

ST. LAWRENCE STRING QUARTET

Friday, October 25, 2013 / 8pm Department of Music’s Conrad Prebys Concert Hall The St. Lawrence String Quartet is recognized for the precision, warmth, and electricity

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it brings to both standard repertory and new music. “These are fearless musicians,” writes

REGULAR >> $36-$54

a Washington Post critic, “whose spontaneity stretches past conventional interpretation

SUBSCRIBER >> $31-$46

and probes music’s imaginative limits.” Remarkable not simply for the quality of their

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

music making, but for the joy they take in connecting, the Grammy-nominated ensemble returns to ArtPower! for an evening of music and to kick off an extended quartet-in-residence program, where a select group of UCSD students will join the ranks of John Adams and Osvaldo Golijov as composers whose works will be premiered by this passionate foursome. Geoff Nuttall, violin; Scott St. John, violin; Lesley Robertson, viola; Christopher Costanza, cello. PROGRAM Franz Joseph Haydn: String Quartet No. 55 in D major, Op. 71/2, H. 3/70; Bohuslav Martinu: String Quartet No. 5, H. 268; Giuseppe Verdi: String Quartet in E minor SPONSOR Sam B. Ersan

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ANDA UNION

GLOBAL MUSIC // MONGOLIA

Sunday, October 27, 2013 / 8pm Price Center East Ballroom

AnDa Union’s ten singers and instrumentalists from Inner Mongolia describe themselves as

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music gatherers, digging deep into the Mongol traditions of Genghis Khan’s unified tribes

REGULAR >> $30

and unearthing forgotten musical histories. The ensemble combines different musical

SUBSCRIBER >> $26

traditions from all over Inner and Outer Mongolia to create a whole new generation of sound,

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

performing on indigenous instruments and in the khoomii, throat-singing, style. AnDa Union’s concerts feature driving, percussive pieces like Ten Thousand Galloping Horses and Grasslands Journey, as well as the clear long notes of urinduu, or long-song. A favorite at the WOMAD world music festival, AnDa Union’s haunting harmonies and vibrant strings will take ArtPower! audiences on a rich musical journey to the furthest edges of China.

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Our music draws from all the Mongol tribes that Genghis Khan unified. We all have different ethnic backgrounds and we bring these influences into our music. There is a wealth of folk music for us to learn, and so far our repertoire of songs is like a drop in the ocean. The more the music is nurtured, the more we can keep it alive and it will evolve. –Nars, AnDa Union Musician

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Dance teaches me to listen, and it continues to teach me about the value of attention. Because of my WONDERLAND AT WHITE BOX // FOCUS ON SAN DIEGO

NEW ADVENTURERS

experience as a performer and choreographer, I am more willing to risk failure or humiliation–dancing has made me more courageous, responsive, and honest.  –Anya Cloud, New Adventurers Choreographer

Thursday-Saturday, November 7-9, 2013 / 8pm The White Box, 2590 Truxtun Road, San Diego _______

New Adventurers is a group of San Diego-

new work to be premiered as part of

based choreographers with boundless

Wonderland at White Box. Designed to

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energy and spirit who will be challenging

showcase and support the artists who

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what’s possible–both inside and outside

live and work in our own communities,

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

of the White Box–during three evenings

New Adventurers will also provide an

of thrilling new dance. As part of the

opportunity for ArtPower! audiences

New Adventurers project, Blythe Barton,

to help incubate local talent. To find

Alicia Peterson Baskel, Anya Cloud,

out how you can help keep our creative

Angelica Lopez, Jaime Nixon, and

community diverse, vibrant, and

Zaquia Mahler Salinas will be creating

thriving, visit artpower.ucsd.edu/giving.

SPONSOR Margaret C. Marshall

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CHAMBER MUSIC // POLAND

MECCORRE QUARTET

Friday, November 15, 2013 / 8pm Department of Music’s Conrad Preybs Concert Hall

Praised for its breathtaking performances and visionary interpretations, the Meccorre

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Quartet has received top prizes at the Paolo Borciani Competition, the International

REGULAR >> $36-$54

Chamber Music Competition, and the Max Reger International Chamber Music Competition.

SUBSCRIBER >> $31-$46

Formed in 2007 by some of Europe’s most celebrated string players, the Polish quartet

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

flouts convention by incorporating elements of jazz and literature into its programs and performing in places with limited access to culture. With fantastic technical abilities and a beautiful sound, the Meccorre Quartet will join the ranks of other young, outstanding chamber ensembles that debut through ArtPower!. Aleksandra Bryła, violin; Wojciech Koprowski, violin; Michał Bryła, viola; Karol Marianowski, cello. PROGRAM Franz Joseph Haydn: String Quartet No. 1 in B minor, Op. 33/1, H. 3/37; Karol Szymanowski: String Quartet No. 2, Op. 56, M64; Robert Schumann: String Quartet No. 1 in A minor, Op. 41/1 SPONSORS Hamburger Chamber Music Endowment Series Endowment, ArtPower!’s 20+ Club

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JAZZ // USA

SEAN JONES QUARTET

Thursday, November 21, 2013 / 8pm The Loft

“”

Someone asked me what’s the first thing you want to do when you wake up in the morning. I said, ‘I want to play my trumpet.’ They said, ‘Well, that should be your career.’

— SEAN JONES

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Trumpeter Sean Jones is a formidable

luminaries such as Joe Lovano, Frank

player, composer, and all-around in-

Foster, Gerald Wilson, and Tia Fuller.

REGULAR >> $18 GA; $28 Reserved

demand guy. A classically trained

Now based on the East Coast, where he

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musician who spent his youth immersed

recently became the Artistic Director

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in the sounds of gospel music and Miles

for the Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra after

Davis, Sean is the next heir apparent

leaving his position as lead trumpeter for

associated with the renaissance of the

the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Sean

instrument. The Ohio native has recorded

will be bringing his sumptuous post-bop

six solo albums—two of which spent

sounds to San Diego for a debut concert

time in the Top 25 of Billboard’s Jazz

at The Loft.

Albums Chart–and toured the world with

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I think the reason we’ve lasted is that our standards are incredibly high and we’re constantly working to improve. I’ve never felt that anyone has been complacent. We’ve done a tremendous amount of repertoire over the years and have always felt that if we didn’t enjoy what we were doing, it wasn’t worth it. We’re lucky that we’ve gotten along and everybody has a sense of humor.  –Philip Setzer, Violinist CHAMBER MUSIC // USA

EMERSON STRING QUARTET

Thursday, January 9, 2014 / 8pm Department of Music’s Conrad Prebys Concert Hall The Emerson String Quartet has achieved its exalted place in the hierarchy of American

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quartets for good reason. The ensemble has an impeccable track record, dozens of

REGULAR >> $36-$54

admired recordings, and a consistent history of serious dedication to chamber music

SUBSCRIBER >> $31-$46

literature. This season, in what will be the first change in the quartet’s membership since

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

1979, Paul Watkins—a distinguished soloist, award-winning conductor, and dedicated chamber musician—will join the ensemble for its return concert with ArtPower!. Marking a major milestone in the history of American chamber music, the evolution of the Emerson String Quartet will undoubtedly open up a whole new chapter of excellence. Eugene Drucker, violin; Philip Setzer, violin; Lawrence Dutton, viola; Paul Watkins, cello. PROGRAM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: String Quartet No. 16 in E flat major, K. 428 (K.421b); Dmitry Shostakovich: String Quartet No. 11 in F minor, Op. 122; Ludwig van Beethoven: String Quartet No. 8 in E minor (“Rasumosky No. 2”), Op. 59/2 SPONSORs Amnon and Lee Ben-Yehuda, Joan Jordon Bernstein, Alexa Kirkwood Hirsch

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DANCE // BRAZIL

COMPAGNIE KÄFIG Correria and Agwa Wednesday, January 15, 2014 / 8pm Mandeville Auditorium

“”

In my culture nobody dances. But if I dance, I think I will never die. It’s as important as that.

— MOURAD MERZOUKI

Compagnie Käfig’s debut performance with ArtPower! is destined to become an audience

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hit. Under the direction of French-Algerian choreographer Mourad Merzouki, the all-male

REGULAR >> $28-$46

ensemble has become an international sensation, performing full-throttle, sold-out shows

SUBSCRIBER >> $24-$39

to audiences throughout the world. Inspired by the stories of eleven young dancers from

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

the favelas of Brazil who would later become the principle members of his company, Mourad created Correria and Agwa, two heart-stopping works that blend hip-hop, martial arts, and contemporary dance with an energetic soundtrack of samba and bossa nova music. Bursting with fun, humor, and vitality, this show is a celebration of life and dance.

Power!Plates at the Faculty Club (6pm) MENU Orange, Jicama, and Red Onion Salad with a Baguette; Brazilian Stew

with Portuguese Linguisa Sausage, Black Beans, and Rice; Vanilla Ice Cream topped with Bananas and Rum. Vegetarian options available upon request. Drinks sold separately. REGULAR >> $37

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MENU Cold Frisée Salad with Roasted Fennel, Toasted Garlic Croutons,

and a Warm Poached Egg with Lemon Pepper Beurre Blanc; Whole Salted Freshwater Fish Seared and Roasted with Asparagus Tips, Herb New Potatoes, and a Classic French Hollandaise; Strawberry Sorbet with

FOOVIE [FOOD + MOVIE] // CANADA

DIEGO STAR

Fresh Mint Honey Sauce and a Hard Covered Dark Chocolate Strawberry. Vegetarian options available upon request. Drinks sold separately.

Thursday, January 16, 2014 / 7pm Food; 8pm Movie The Loft A cargo ship is stuck on the Canadian

collateral damage. Coming to ArtPower!

Saint Lawrence River for repairs. Traoré,

audiences after premiering at the 2013

an Ivory Coast mechanic is unjustly

Rotterdam International Film Festival,

accused of causing the damage. Far away

Frédérick Pelletier’s debut feature is a

from home and family, Traoré tries to offer

refreshingly unpredictable and urgently

friendship to Fanny, a twenty-something

topical tale of exploitation and resistance

single mother who takes him in, while he

that furthers Québécois cinema’s hot

struggles to fight for justice. Diego Star

streak. [Frédérick Pelletier, 2013, Canada,

is a beautifully filmed social drama about

91 min]

a world in which workers are regarded as

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CHAMBER MUSIC // DENMARK

DANISH STRING QUARTET

Friday, January 31, 2014 / 8pm Department of Music’s Conrad Prebys Concert Hall The Danish String Quartet holds a unique position among the many young and dynamic

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ensembles performing on the international scene today. The musicians, all under the

REGULAR >> $36-$54

age of 30, have been performing as a quartet since its debut in 2002 at the Copenhagen

SUBSCRIBER >> $31-$46

Festival. With their passion for Scandinavian composers juxtaposed with the classics,

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

the group brings a level of freshness, energy, and sheer accomplishment to their lively performances. Since winning the Danish Radio P2 Chamber Music Competition in 2004, the four young musicians have been frequent guests at international festivals and at chamber music venues throughout the world. Come see this explosion of talent for yourself. Frederik Øland, violin; Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen, violin; Asbjørn Nørgaard, viola; Fredrik Schøyen Sjölin, cello. PROGRAM Felix Mendelssohn: String Quartet No. 2 in A minor, Op. 13; Claude Debussy: String Quartet, L. 85 (Op. 10); Hans Abrahamsen: String Quartet No. 1, “Ten Preludes” SPONSOR Sam B. Ersan

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TENTACLE SESSIONS // FOCUS ON SAN DIEGO

ST. LAWRENCE STRING QUARTET

Monday, February 10, 2014 / 8pm The Loft

The St. Lawrence String Quartet returns to ArtPower! to perform new works by an adventurous group of UC San Diego student composers. The quartet’s performance at The Loft will be the culmination of an artist-in-residence program, where the St. Lawrence will engage with undergraduate and graduate students who have a serious interest in composition. Following a rigorous schedule of review and performance in a uniquely supportive environment, the St. Lawrence’s concert will captivate music lovers who want to experience the next generation of creative talent at UC San Diego. SPONSORs Eric Lasley and Judith Bachner

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I don’t think we ever really set out to be like, ‘Oh man, let’s have this rock sensibility and apply it to chamber music or let’s have a classical TENTACLE SESSIONS // USA

YMUSIC

sensibility and apply it to rock music.’ I think part of the reason we gravitated toward each other is because all of us have very, very wideranging tastes, and we like to be involved in projects where we just perceive the music to be good, no matter in what side of the aisle it lies. –Nadia Sirota, Violist

Thursday, February 13, 2014 / 8pm The Loft yMusic is a sextet of young performers equally comfortable in the overlapping classical

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and pop music worlds. The “six hip virtuosi” (Time Out) play a unique combination of

REGULAR >> $18 GA; $28 Reserved

instruments: string trio, flute, clarinet, and trumpet. This orchestration has inspired an

SUBSCRIBER >> $15 GA; $24 Reserved

expanding repertoire of works by some of today’s most prolific indie acts including the Dirty

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

Projectors, Arcade Fire, and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver. On yMusic’s debut album, Beautiful Mechanical, the group pairs works by indie rock luminaries with pieces by emerging composers, a result that was recently named Time Out New York’s #1 Classical Record of the year. At the forefront of a rapidly changing performance culture, yMusic’s San Diego debut concert at The Loft will convince audiences to come along.

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FOOVIE [FOOD + MOVIE] // NETHERLANDS/BELGIUM

L’AMOUR DES MOULES

Friday, February 14, 2014 / 7pm Food; 8pm Movie The Loft

MENU Duo of Shrimp Nicoise-Style with Haricot Vert, Kalamata Olives, New Potatoes,

Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes, and Red Wine Vinaigrette; Thickened Mussels Bouillabaise with Seared Pancetta Croutons, Sweet Herb Crème Fraîche, and a Garlic Crostini Sphere; Raspberry Mousse Crepes with Mint Butter Cream and Chocolate Covered Pistachios. Vegetarian options available upon request. Drinks sold separately.

Belgians and French look forward to it with bated breath: the start of the mussel season in the Dutch province of Zeeland. But how do these mollusks end up on our plates? And why do we love them so? L’Amour des Moules (Mussels in Love) is a feature-length documentary that follows the life cycle of a Zeeland mussel in an intimate, humorous way, turning a shellfish’s existence into an observation of love, life, and relationships. We get to observe the sea creature’s complete life cycle–the mussel that loves, the mussel that holds on with all its might, and the mussel that is cast off by a storm. On its odyssey from seabed to restaurant plate, the mussel encounters passionate enthusiasts who–like the mussel itself–fall in love, struggle, and overcome. [Willemiek Kluijfhout, 2012, Netherlands/Belgium, 73 min]

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DANCE // CANADA

ASZURE BARTON & ARTISTS Awáa Wednesday, February 19, 2014 / 8pm Mandeville Auditorium

Canadian-born Aszure Barton is one of the most in-demand choreographers in

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contemporary dance. A Baryshnikov protégé, Aszure has created works for American Ballet

REGULAR >> $28-$46

Theatre, Nederlands Dans Theater, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Les Ballets Jazz

SUBSCRIBER >> $24-$39

de Montréal, the Canadian repertory company that performed her work Les Chambres de

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

Jacques to a sold-out ArtPower! audience back in 2009. Her New York-based company, Aszure Barton & Artists, will be making their San Diego debut with the evening-length work Awáa. Exploring the feminine and masculine against a cool, underwater motif, her latest piece is pure, unfettered dance that is more about energy and soul than anything concrete. Featuring an original score by Lev Zhurbin and Curtis Macdonald, Awáa is an awakening of the spirit that will move you in ways never seen before.

Power!Plates at the Faculty Club (6pm) MENU European Greens, Toasted Hazelnuts, Green Apples and Lemon Vinaigrette; Chicken

with Bacon and Sherry served with Parpadelle Pasta and Mushrooms; Rustic Apple Tart with Crème Anglaise. Vegetarian options available upon request. Drinks sold separately. REGULAR >> $37

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What I have learned is something that I feel. I feel a lot of freedom. I feel that, from the beginning, playing music is something that I didn’t choose to do. It chose me. I feel, when I sit down at the keyboard sometimes–I play by ear–I feel that I am a man who was here before who didn’t finish what he was put here to do, and if I should pass, I will return to complete my work. I’ll keep on coming back and doing the same thing until I get it right. –Dr. Lonnie Smith

JAZZ // USA

DR. LONNIE SMITH

Thursday, February 20, 2014 / 8pm The Loft Dr. Lonnie Smith is an unparalleled musician, composer, and recording artist. An authentic

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master and guru of the Hammond B-3 organ, he has been featured on over seventy albums

REGULAR >> $18 GA; $28 Reserved

and has performed with a virtual “Who’s Who” of the greatest jazz, blues, and R&B giants

SUBSCRIBER >> $15 GA; $24 Reserved

in the industry. Dr. Lonnie Smith’s hybrid sound—frequently referred to as “soul/jazz”

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

because of his formidable solos and ability to simultaneously create funky backbeats and fancy statements—has caught the attention of a whole new generation of music fans through samples by hip-hop artists such as A Tribe Called Quest and Guru. Always ahead of the curve, it is no surprise that Dr. Lonnie Smith’s fan-base is truly worldwide.

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SPECIAL EVENT // USA

THE BIG BANG AT ARTPOWER!

Sunday, February 23, 2014 / 10am Faculty Club The Big Bang at ArtPower! is our annual fundraising effort to create new universes of possibility bursting with energy. Join us as we celebrate our 10th anniversary and a whole new world of engagement for UC San Diego and K-12 students. The event will include a delicious brunch, live performance, and some fantastic surprises. All funds raised support ArtPower!’s student engagement program and will help subsidize reduced-cost student tickets. If you are interested in reserving tickets to The Big Bang in advance of the November on sale date, please contact Kate Walker D’Angelo, Associate Director of Development [klwalker@ucsd.edu / 858.534.7657].

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GLOBAL MUSIC // MALI

FATOUMATA DIAWARA

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 / 8pm Price Center East Ballroom

Fatoumata Diawara, a 30-year-old Malian singer, is one of the latest breakout talents from a nation of star-studded musicians. Likened to her mentor, Oumou Sangaré, Fatoumata has been described as the next female African songwriter of significance, lighting up stages around the world with her radiant voice and infectious Afro-pop grooves. She spins elements of jazz and funk into a spare yet sensual folk-rock sound, inflecting it with the rhythms and melodies of Wassoulou, her ancestral song form. Between recording sessions she has found time to collaborate on Damon Albarn’s Africa Express project and contribute vocals to albums by Cheikh Lô, AfroCubism, Herbie Hancock, and Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou.

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In Africa, we have many women who sing but it’s very difficult to be a singer– to have musicians to support you, and respect you, and to have your husband support you; to have your freedom. We have to keep singing. We need to wake up women’s consciences and say, ‘Don’t give up. Continue.’ I’m young, sure. But with what I have lived through, I can take on big responsibilities now. There was a point where I understood that and said, ‘OK, let’s go.’ –Fatoumata Diawara

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Power!Plates at the Faculty Club (6pm) MENU Spinach Salad with Stilton and Wine Soaked Cherries; Cedar

Planked Salmon with Toasted Wheat Pilaf; Roast Winter Vegetables; Bittersweet Chocolate Mousse. Vegetarian options available upon request. Drinks sold separately. REGULAR >> $37

SPECIAL EVENT // FOCUS ON SAN DIEGO

PAUL DRESHER ENSEMBLE: “” SCHICK MACHINE

Thursday, February 27, 2014 / 8pm Mandeville Auditorium

With Schick, you can give him a spoon, a fork, and a piece of paper, and he’ll come up with an amazing improvisation.

— PAUL DRESHER

In Schick Machine, UC San Diego faculty member and percussionist Steve Schick explores a

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magical stage filled with huge, invented instruments made by composer/instrument builder

REGULAR >> $28-$46

Paul Dresher—including the Hurdy Grande, the Tumbler, the Peacock, the Field of Flowers,

SUBSCRIBER >> $24-$39

and a deconstructed pipe organ. Weaving whimsical stories about his childhood in Iowa

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

together with unexpected encounters with noise-making objects, Steve draws audiences into a whimsical evening of instrumental exploration.


FOOVIE [FOOD + MOVIE] // CANADA

SPECIAL EVENT // USA

Thursday, March 6, 2014 / 7pm Food; 8pm Movie The Loft

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 / 8pm Mandeville Auditorium

You can find them deep in the jungles of Borneo, in the hills of

For 40 years, the San Francisco-based quartet has combined a

Umbria, and perhaps even in your own backyard. They are fruit

spirit of fearless exploration with a commitment to continually

hunters, the subjects of a new documentary from acclaimed

reimagining the string quartet experience. Working with artists

director Yung Chang [Up the Yangtze]. A cinematic odyssey through

as diverse as they are revered, the Grammy Award-winning

nature and commerce, The Fruit Hunters will change not only the

ensemble has collaborated with a host of intrepid thinkers for live

way we look at what we eat, but how we view our relationship to the

performances, multimedia experiences, and film scores. David

natural world. [Yung Chang, 2013, Canada, 95 min]

Harrington, violin; John Sherba, violin; Hank Dutt, viola; Sunny

THE FRUIT HUNTERS KRONOS QUARTET

Jungin Yang, cello. MENU Watermelon and Feta Salad with Basil Oil, Toasted Pepitos,

and Sweet Balsamic Reduction Glaze; Char-grilled Chicken Breast

Power!Plates at the Faculty Club (6pm)

with Mango Jalapeño Salsa and Citrus Wild Rice with Cranberry

MENU Medjool Dates and Olives with House Made Flatbread;

Coulis; Seasonal Fresh Fruit Tart with Crème Filling, Whipped

Moroccan Lamb Couscous with Cinnamon and Currant;

Marscapone, and Cherry Demi Glace. Vegetarian options available

Baked Goodies to Go. Vegetarian options available upon request.

upon request. Drinks sold separately.

Drinks sold separately. REGULAR >> $37

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REGULAR >> $34 Food + Movie; $10 Movie Only

REGULAR >> $28-$46

SUBSCRIBER >> $29 Food + Movie; $8 Movie Only

SUBSCRIBER >> $24-$39

UCSD STUDENT >> $29 Food + Movie; $6 Movie Only

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

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ESCHER STRING QUARTET

Friday, April 4, 2014 / 8pm Department of Music’s Conrad Prebys Concert Hall

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The Escher String Quartet’s concert

The group brings this twisting and

with ArtPower! will be an evening of

turning musicianship to a triptych of

REGULAR >> $36-$54

formidable artistry. The ensemble, now

string quartets by classical and post-war

SUBSCRIBER >> $31-$46

in its eighth year, has garnered praise from

composers. Adam Barnett-Hart, violin;

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

luminaries such as Pinchas Zukerman

Aaron Boyd, violin; Pierre Lapointe, viola;

and Itzhak Perlman as they continue

Dane Johansen, cello.

to display “ripe tonal balances with the kind of heedless intensity that comes

PROGRAM Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:

with youth” (San Francisco Chronicle).

String Quartet No. 14 in G major (“Spring”),

Balancing interweaving solo parts and

K. 387; Henri Dutilleux: Ainsi la nuit, for

group harmony, their performances are

String Quartet; Maurice Ravel: String

evocative of graphic artist M.C. Escher,

Quartet in F major

from whom they take their name. SPONSORs Sam B. Ersan, Eric Lasley and Judith Bachner

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Performance art grew out of my childhood experience. I was always a spectacle. But I didn’t really have a big emotional reaction to it as a kid.

WONDERLAND AT WHITE BOX // USA

Peer pressure to keep up with the other kids led to a relationship with

BILL SHANNON

creativity. I was challenged constantly with these hurdles like jumping through the hedge. All the kids would do it and I had to figure out how to do it with my crutches. I had to get creative to keep up. –Bill Shannon

Spatial Theory Thursday-Saturday, April 10-12, 2014 / 8pm The White Box, 2590 Truxtun Road, San Diego _______

Bill Shannon is an internationally renowned

use of a skateboard for mobility, have

artist, break dancer, and skate punk who

earned him a Newhouse Foundation Award,

REGULAR >> $26

wields his crutches as tools of expression

a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship,

SUBSCRIBER >> $22

and weapons of provocation. Born with

and a Foundation for Contemporary Art

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

a rare hip defect that prevents him from

Award, among others. As part of Wonderland

standing and walking without crutches,

at White Box, Bill will continue to explore

Bill’s legendary street performances and

street performance and contemporary

videos challenge narrow notions of ability.

club culture through his own mark of

The energy, elegance, and fluidity of Bill

creative resilience.

dancing on crutches, combined with his

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SPONSOR Renita Greenberg

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GLOBAL MUSIC // SOUTH AFRICA

SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 / 8pm Price Center East Ballroom

“fr”ican gospel,

n ow A come , ‘I don’t k e language.’ They . eople say r P

atte ow th I don’t kn nd say it doesn’t m e djembe. s h ow a onies, th TOR out of the e the music, harm IR DIREC lov t PEL CHO s S O ju G y O e h T T OWE LY — BEVER

BRYER, S

Ever since its smash debut album, Voices from Heaven, the Soweto Gospel Choir has

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spent years touring the world with its exhilarating brand of vocal fireworks. Singing

REGULAR >> $30

in English as well as a number of South African languages, the two-time Grammy

SUBSCRIBER >> $26

Award-winning choir fuses traditional African gospel music—complete with occasional

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

clicks and bird songs—with Western songs of celebration. In its short but spectacular career, the Soweto Gospel Choir has performed with superstars including Bono, Queen, Annie Lennox, Robert Plant, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Peter Gabriel, Fats Domino, and Jimmy Cliff. Taken as a whole, the group’s music radiates spirit, not to mention motion–for as beautifully as these 12 voices blend, the rhythms are what really keep the mixture vibrant and alive.

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“”

I like stor ies a lot, of picture and I s on mus ic and the like the influence other way — VOLKER around. BERTELM A

TENTACLE SESSIONS // GERMANY

HAUSCHKA

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Wednesday, April 23, 2014 / 8pm The Loft

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Listening to music by Hauschka can

by outfitting the strings or mallets

be deceiving–what sounds like an

with objects such as ping-pong balls,

REGULAR >> $18 GA; $28 Reserved

ensemble of musicians and instruments

aluminum foil, and leather. Fueled by a

SUBSCRIBER >> $15 GA; $24 Reserved

is just one man, performing at

love of rhythm and stories, Hauschka’s

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

one piano. His real name is Volker

classicist training, chamber music

Bertelmann, and he lives in Dusseldorf,

sensibilities, and pop cultural interests

Germany, where he works with his

all come together to create playful,

“prepared piano.” He wrests disruptive

unpredictable, and inventive music.

sounds from the instrument’s 88 keys

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FILMATIC FESTIVAL APRIL 24-27

EXPECT SOMETHING DIFFERENT SPECIAL EVENT // USA

FILMATIC FESTIVAL

Thursday-Sunday, April 24-27, 2014 Qualcomm Institute ArtPower! is launching its brand new Filmatic Festival featuring four action-packed days of cinematic adventures! From hands-on filmmaking and crowd-sourced storytelling, to karaoke jams and cinematic slams, ArtPower! is reimagining the film festival experience by empowering audiences to become the very artists and tastemakers we want to watch. We will bring some of the best and brightest international talent to San Diego to join our audiences in discovering, creating, and sharing films that provoke, uplift, and entertain. Designed for curious individuals with an urge to explore, once you experience Filmatic, you will only want more. Visit artpower.ucsd.edu for more information.

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JAZZ // USA

SPECIAL EVENT // USA

Tuesday, May 6, 2014 / 8pm The Loft

St. Petersburg, Russia: June 8–15, 2014 Venice, Italy: August 22–28, 2014

Regina Carter is a knockout violinist who creates music that

For creative adventurers who seek artistic experiences both

is “wonderfully listenable, probingly intelligent, and, at times,

near and far, we have created the ultimate vacation package–

breathtakingly daring…taking the listener into the future of

Power!Trips. Following a sold-out trip to the Berkshires, ArtPower!

REGINA CARTER

POWER!TRIPS

jazz” (Time Magazine). For this MacArthur Genius fellow, the

Artistic Director Martin Wollesen and Film Curator Rebecca Webb

violin isn’t merely an improvisational vehicle. It’s a passport to

will guide travelers through premiere arts destinations overseas

unexpected realms, an instrument that unlocks the door to a

for performances, film screenings, and in-depth experiences with

myriad of cultures and worlds. Since emerging from the Detroit

artists and arts leaders. For our 10th anniversary season, we have

scene in the late 1980s, Carter has recorded a series of dazzling

chosen two international trips–one to St. Petersburg, Russia,

albums–joining forces with piano giant Kenny Barron on Freefall

where we will be attending performances at the annual White

and exploring African music on Reverse Thread. Regina’s

Nights Festival, and one to Venice, Italy, where we will be catching

Southern Comfort program at The Loft will uncover the songs

screenings at the Venice Film Festival. Along the way, there will be

and music from her father’s home state of Alabama, celebrating

special opportunities for meet-and-greets with artists and festival

the joyous music that infused her childhood.

leaders, sneak peeks, group dinners, and area tours.

_______ Complete details will be announced this Fall. To register for a

REGULAR >> $18 GA; $28 Reserved SUBSCRIBER >> $15 GA; $24 Reserved

Power!Trip in advance, please contact Kate Walker D’Angelo

UCSD STUDENT >> $12

[klwalker@ucsd.edu / 858.534.7657]. The excursions are open to ArtPower! donors at the Contributor Level ($250) and above.

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ENGAGE WITH THE ARTS! Creative expression is central to everything we do at ArtPower!. This year we offer several new campus and community engagement programs that create connection and conversation between artists and audiences of all ages. Designed for those who are curious at heart, our engagement programs reveal a world of creative possibility and unlimited discovery.

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UCSD STUDENTS Dance Master Classes

SoundLabs

ArtPower! offers opportunities for those future artists among us

SoundLabs are a series of dynamic hands-on workshops and

to get personal instruction from some of the best in their field.

demonstrations with musicians and performers from around the

Taught by guest dancers and choreographers, master classes

globe. Created in partnership with Eleanor Roosevelt College, “lab”

provide that spark of inspiration to continue on the path to artistic

engagements will provide UCSD students with the opportunity to

excellence. Participation is limited to UCSD students.

engage with new ways of music making and music sharing! SPONSOR Galinson Family Foundation

Film Practicum Program In the spirit of hands-on teaching and learning, Sixth College and

UCSD Student Tickets

High Tech High Media Arts will continue its ten-week creative

We recognize students’ budgets can be tight, so we make sure

practicum program for university students to mentor film

our performances are not only fantastic, but also affordable. It’s

production students at High Tech High Media Arts.

just another benefit of being part of this great university. SPONSOR Joan and Irwin Jacobs Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

Innovator-in-Residence Project The St. Lawrence String Quartet will visit UC San Diego to collaborate with professors and student composers in the

Up&Coming Filmmakers

Department of Music. Following a rigorous schedule of feedback

Take a glimpse into the future of filmmaking, starring the

and review, the renowned ensemble will record and perform

innovation and talent of our very own UC San Diego students.

the work of select undergraduate and graduate students. To

As part of the inaugural Filmatic Festival, undergraduate and

hear great music and meet cool artists in a casual, intimate

graduate students will come together for an opportunity to screen

environment, make sure you check out the Innovator-in-

their films and network with industry professionals.

Residence debut concert at The Loft on February 10, 2014. See page 24 for details. SPONSORS Eric Lasley and Judith Bachner

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K-12 STUDENT PROGRAMS Student Matinees

transcenDANCE Youth Arts Project

It’s never too early to start loving art. That’s why we make

transcenDANCE—the non-profit community organization that

it easy and accessible for K-12 students to visit UCSD and

cultivates young performers in San Diego—exudes an energy

experience ArtPower! Student Matinees. These matinees are

and spirit that are contagious. We’re committed to connecting

specifically designed to engage students not just to fantastic

transcenDANCE with ArtPower! artists through workshops

live performances, but also to the excitement of life on a

and discussions because we feel they have something

university campus where we believe the arts play an integral

to say and something to teach. Make sure you check out

role. Study guides are researched and written by ArtPower! staff

one of transcenDANCE’s very own—Angelica Lopez—who

to further enhance the students’ experience. To learn how you

will be performing as part of the New Adventurers project at

can participate or to find out about the scholarships we offer

Wonderland at White Box on November 7-9, 2013.

Title 1 schools, visit artpower.ucsd.edu or contact Molly Clark [moclark@ucsd.edu / 858.534.0499]. SPONSORS Galinson Family Foundation, Weil Family Foundation, Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF)

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PUBLIC

Compagnie Käfig Power!Plate Wednesday, January 15, 2014 / 6pm / Faculty Club

After Parties After select concerts and performances, join our artists for up close and personal conversation. Bites and beverages will be

MENU Orange, Jicama, and Red Onion Salad with a Baguette; Brazilian Stew with Portuguese Linguisa Sausage, Black Beans, and Rice; Vanilla Ice Cream with Bananas and Rum.

available to purchase from our partner restaurants. Aszure Barton & Artists Power!Plate ArtTalks! ArtTalks! are moderated chats with an artist or filmmaker that offer the opportunity to learn the unexpected stories behind a work’s creation.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 / 6pm / Faculty Club MENU European Greens, Toasted Hazelnuts, Green Apples, and Lemon Vinaigrette; Chicken with Bacon and Sherry served with Parpadelle Pasta and Mushrooms; Rustic Apple Tart with Crème Anglaise.

Bites & Beverages Our partner restaurants offer constantly changing menu

Paul Dresher Ensemble Power!Plate

selections as well as adventurous wine and beer options to keep

Thursday, February 27, 2014 / 6pm / Faculty Club

you comfortably satiated.

MENU Spinach Salad with Stilton and Wine Soaked Cherries; Cedar Planked Salmon with Toasted Wheat Pilaf; Roast Winter Vegetables; Bittersweet Chocolate Mousse.

Master Classes at Malashock Dance ArtPower! and Malashock Dance partner to bring you master classes at Liberty Station. Taught by dancers from around the world, master classes offer the community a unique opportunity to receive instruction from ArtPower! visiting artists. For more information and to register, visit malashockdance.org.

Kronos Quartet Power!Plate Tuesday, March 11, 2014 / 6pm / Faculty Club MENU Medjool Dates and Olives with House Made Flatbread; Moroccan Lamb Couscous with Cinnamon and Currant; Baked Goodies to Go.

Power!Plates Join us for Power!Plates, our pre-performance dinner series featuring prix fix meals hosted in the Faculty Club lounge.

Power!Trips

Power!Plates are $37 per person. Vegetarian options available

St. Petersburg, Russia: June 8-15, 2014

upon request. Drinks sold separately.

Venice, Italy: August 22-28, 2014 Our 2014 Power!Trips are bursting with culture, history, and

Lucy Guerin Power!Plate Wednesday, October 9, 2013 / 6pm / Faculty Club MENU Brie and Baguette Plate; Belgian Beer Braised Beef Stew (Carbonade) with Root Vegetables and Prunes served with Asiago Polenta; Crème Brûlée.

outdoor adventure! This season, ArtPower! Artistic Director Martin Wollesen will guide you through St. Petersburg, Russia for the White Nights Festival and in-depth experiences with performances, artists, and arts leaders. Following our Power!Trip to Russia, Film Curator Rebecca Webb will host film lovers at the annual Venice Film Festival for screenings,

Sydney Dance Company Power!Plate Saturday, October 19, 2013 / 6pm / Faculty Club MENU Marinated Garden Vegetables; Spicy Style Shrimp, Chicken, and Vegetable Gumbo with Rice; Bread Pudding with Bourbon Sauce.

sneak peeks, group dinners, and more. Complete details and pricing will be announced this Fall. To register for a Power!Trip please contact Kate Walker D’Angelo [klwalker@ucsd.edu / 858.534.7657]. The excursions are open to new and returning ArtPower! donors at the Contributor Level ($250) and above.

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MAKE A GIFT AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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ArtPower! relies heavily on the support of the community we serve. In order to maintain and sustain critical ArtPower! program funding, we need you! Ticket sales and university funds make up less than half of ArtPower!’s annual budget. It’s only through generous donations that we are able to maintain a dynamic, robust season year after year while providing access to the arts for young audiences. Our loyal supporters make it possible for us to make a difference in our community. The power is in your hands! MAKE YOUR GIFT TODAY! Every donation has a real impact on ArtPower! programming. Donors share in our sense of joy and accomplishment that each season of performance, film, and student engagement brings. Donors also enjoy tangible benefits throughout the season. Benefits include complimentary parking, invitations to select VIP events, ArtPower! tshirts, and so much more! Annual Gift Your annual gift will help support the performances, screenings, and engagement activities you love in the 10th Anniversary Season! Monthly Gift Monthly giving is easy on your budget and there is no need to keep track of when you last gave. Plus, when you sign-up for monthly giving, we will thank you with the gift of an ArtPower! t-shirt.

“”

Through ArtPower! I have enjoyed innovative artists whom I would never have heard of elsewhere.

— RENITA GREENBERG, SUPPORTER

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DONOR GIVING LEVELS AND BENEFITS Performer $5,000 ($425 monthly) • Opportunity to sponsor an ArtPower! event, including a meet-and-greet with the artists Benefits, including those below; $95 not tax-deductible Advocate $2,500–$4,999 ($225 monthly) • Invitations to select concerts and film salon events hosted in private homes • Reserved parking at all ArtPower! events on the UCSD campus Benefits, including those below; $95 not tax-deductible Guardian $1,000–$2,499 ($100 monthly) • Complimentary parking at all ArtPower! events on the UCSD campus • Invitation for two (2) to a Filmatic Festival VIP event Benefits, including those below; $56 not tax-deductible

Supporter $500–$999 ($50 monthly)

Gifts of $5,000+

• Invitations to post-event receptions (minimum 3 per season)

Many donors choose to support specific

Benefits, including those below; 100% tax-deductible

and student engagement activities

ArtPower! performances, film events, each season. Whether your passion is

Contributor $250–$499 ($25 monthly)

providing students with access to the arts

• Invitation for two (2) to attend the Spark Party season preview

or investing in emerging composers and

• Reserved seating for General Admission events

inspires you! To hear about donor benefits

Benefits, including those below; 100% tax-deductible

now, please contact Kate Walker D’Angelo,

Spark $100–$249 ($10 monthly) • Access to reserved seats before subscribers and single ticket buyers • Annual recognition in event programs • 10 percent off tickets to ArtPower! events • Free ticket exchanges Entire gift is 100% tax-deductible

filmmakers, we want to know about what and programs that need your support Associate Director of Development [858.534.7657 / klwalker@ucsd.edu]. To Make a Donation Phone: 858.534.7657 Online: www.artpower.ucsd.edu/giving Mail: ArtPower! at UC San Diego c/o Kate Walker D’Angelo 9500 Gilman Drive, #0077 La Jolla, CA 92093-0077

*Monthly donors may change or discontinue their support at any time.

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OTHER WAYS TO GIVE Consider Planned Giving

Make Endowment Gifts

Planned gifts carry your philanthropic impact forward to help

As ArtPower!’s endowment funds build, they allow for long-

shape the future of ArtPower!. Donors who make provisions for

term planning and financial stability. Founded by Robert and

ArtPower! in their estate will become members of the York Society,

Sonia Hamburger, the Hamburger Chamber Music Endowment

an esteemed group of UC San Diego philanthropists whose giving

Fund provides crucial stability for ArtPower!’s chamber music

ensures the long-term greatness of the university. With the help of

series. Last season you helped us raise $115,000 for the

the UC San Diego Gift Planning Office, we can guide you through

endowment through the Big Bang at ArtPower! fundraising

the process and make your vision of a legacy a reality.

event. For the 10th anniversary season, we hope you will help us to grow the fund even more.

Make Gifts of Securities, Stock, and IRA’s Donating stock can be incredibly beneficial. When you donate

New this season, you also have the opportunity to support

appreciated securities, you not only avoid paying capital gains

artistic engagement for K-12 and UCSD student audiences

tax, but you are able to claim a charitable deduction for the full,

through the Student Engagement Endowment Fund. The

appreciated value of the securities. You may also want to consider

creation of an endowment to support the engagement program

donating retirement plan assets to ArtPower!. When you designate

reflects a desire to maintain and sustain critical program

ArtPower! as the beneficiary of your retirement plan, your gift

funding that provides access to the arts for students. With a

passes tax free!

$100,000 fundraising goal during the 10th anniversary season, gifts in support of this new endowment show you value our

Think About Employer Matching Benefits

student programs serving the university and the larger San

Many companies sponsor matching gift programs that make

Diego community.

their employees’ charitable gift contributions go even further. We are grateful to our corporate partners who provide this important

For more information, please contact Kate Walker D’Angelo,

resource. Go to www.matchinggifts.com/ucsd to see if your

Associate Director of Development [858.534.7657 /

employer participates.

klwalker@ucsd.edu].

ArtPower! to the People Fund We have seen how the generosity of ArtPower! donors has impacted a great number of artists and audiences. The ArtPower! to the People Fund supports the commissioning

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to the People commissioning fund will help support the New

We are so fortunate to have a lively arts community so close, with such diverse offerings.

Adventurers, a group of young, San Diego-based choreographers

of new work. Donations made this season to the ArtPower!

— EDITH SANCHEZ, SUPPORTER

who will be creating and performing new works as part of the Wonderland at White Box series. With a donation, you can join a select group of donors to create new work that will be presented by ArtPower!.

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SUBSCRIBE AND SAVE!

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BECOME A SUBSCRIBER Series Subscription

Want the Highest Seating Priority?

Embrace what you love! Order tickets to a series of your choice

Become an ArtPower! donor at the Spark ($100) level and

and receive:

above. All donors are given priority seating ahead of non-donor

• Up to 15 percent off the Regular Ticket Price

subscribers. Seats are assigned by donor level, from the highest

• Priority Seating: Receive seating priority over the general public

to lowest level of gift. Donors also enjoy a number of additional

• Free Ticket Exchange Privileges

benefits. See pages 44-47 for more information.

• Lost Ticket Insurance: If you lose your ticket, don’t worry. Your seats are guaranteed.

Season Subscriptions Now Available for Purchase Online! Purchase your season subscription online and receive all of the

Choose Your Own Subscription

great benefits of subscribing, along with the ability to request

This offer packs a lot of punch. Order tickets to three or more

specific seats, view your order history, exchange tickets, and

performances of your choice and receive:

receive special online offers.

• Up to 10 percent off the Regular Ticket Price • Priority Seating: Receive seating priority over the general public

Important Dates to Remember

• Free Ticket Exchange Privileges

JULY 22: Season subscriptions go on sale.

• Lost Ticket Insurance: If you lose your ticket, don’t worry. Your seats are guaranteed.

AUGUST 19: Deadline to donate or subscribe to be guaranteed seating priority. AUGUST 26: Single tickets go on sale to the general public.

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TICKET & BOX OFFICE INFORMATION

TICKET DISCOUNTS Subscribers Save 10–15% Whether you commit a little or a lot, as an ArtPower! subscriber you will save on tickets. Discounts of up to 10 percent for Choose Your Own Subscriptions and 15 percent for Series Subscriptions apply. See pages 48 to 49 for details. Groups Save 15%*

Tickets to ArtPower! events can be purchased through the UCSD

Groups of ten or more people who attend the same performance

Box Office in person, by mail, or by phone. Tickets can also be

receive 15 percent off the regular ticket price.

ordered from boxoffice.ucsd.edu. Youth Save 50%* Youth ages eighteen and under receive 50 percent off the Ordering Tickets

regular ticket price. Not all performances are suitable for young

BY MAIL: UCSD Box Office, 9500 Gilman Drive #0077, La Jolla, CA 92093

children. See event descriptions for more details.

BY PHONE: 858.534.TIXS (8497) BY FAX: 858.534.0165

UCSD Student Tickets–Starting at $6*

ONLINE: boxoffice.ucsd.edu

We recognize students’ budgets can be tight, so we make sure

IN PERSON: The UCSD Box Office, located on the plaza level of the Price Center West

our performances are not only fantastic, but also affordable. We do this by offering a limited number of reduced price tickets. It’s

For mail and fax orders, use order form or download and print from artpower.ucsd.edu.

just another benefit of being part of this great university. SPONSOR Joan and Irwin Jacobs Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation

UC San Diego Box Office Hours Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm (closed Saturday and Sunday).

UCSD Alumni Save 15%* You’re an important part of this campus’s creative history and

Subscriptions Now Available Online

future. Together, ArtPower! and the UCSD Alumni Association

Purchase your season subscription online starting July 22 and

want you involved. As UCSD alumni, you receive 15 percent off

receive all of the great benefits of subscribing along with the

the regular ticket price.

ability to request specific seats, print your tickets at home, view your order history, exchange tickets, and receive special online

UCSD Faculty and Staff Save 15%*

offers. Renewing your season subscription has never been easier.

You are a group of brilliant, challenging, and dedicated people

Visit boxoffice.ucsd.edu and order today!

who push this university forward. We recognize and appreciate you! Join us for an ArtPower! event and receive 15 percent off

Order Confirmation

the regular ticket price.

For all advance season ticket orders, seating requests will be confirmed by phone or email before processing orders. Donor and

*Available online, by phone, or in person starting Monday,

Subscriber orders will be mailed beginning Monday, August 26.

August 26.

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PATRON INFORMATION

HOUSE POLICIES

Handling Charges

Children

Tickets are subject to a flat $5 handling fee on all orders placed

ArtPower! is committed to providing quality cultural experiences

through the UC San Diego Box Office.

for audience members of all ages, although some performances may not be suitable for young children. Regardless of age, all children must have a ticket.

Ticket Exchanges As an ArtPower! donor or subscriber, you receive ticket exchanges at no additional charge. Patrons who are not donors

Late Arrivals

or subscribers can exchange tickets for a $5 handling fee per

Please plan on arriving thirty minutes before the performance

transaction. Exchanges must be requested in person, by mail,

starts. Latecomers will be seated according to the artists’

or by fax no later than forty-eight business hours prior to the

wishes. Use of cell phones, cameras, and computers are not

performance. There are no refunds on tickets unless an event is

permitted during performances.

rescheduled or cancelled.

GET INVOLVED Ticket Donations Your generous donation of tickets helps provide access for

Ushering and Volunteer Opportunities

students who might not have the means to attend. Donations

Volunteers make our world go round! Join our friendly and

must be received no later than forty-eight business hours prior

loyal group of dedicated volunteers and become a member

to the performance. Contact Kate Walker-D’Angelo to make your

of the ArtPower! team. Opportunities include ushering at

ticket donation [klwalker@ucsd.edu / 858.534.7657].

performances and engagement events and assisting in other aspects of our program. To learn more, please contact Molly Clark [moclark@ucsd.edu / 858.534.0499].

Accessibility Mobility Wheelchair seating and accessible parking are available at all of

Credits

our venues. Please mention your needs when purchasing tickets

Design: The Killswitch Collective

so that an appropriate seat can be reserved for you. Information

Creative Director: Amy Thomas

on where to park is available at artpower.ucsd.edu.

Text: Amy Thomas, Martin Wollesen, Molly Clark, Kate Walker D’Angelo, Rebecca Webb

Visual Large-print programs are available if they are requested forty-eight business hours in advance. Please contact us for accommodation [artpower@ucsd.edu / 858.534.8497]. Assisted-Listening Devices

Editors: Julie Dunn, Heidi Yuen [12.5K/0713]

“”

I feel that having a program like ArtPower! allows people to be present and reconnect.

Arrangements can be made to set you up with assisted-listening

—ZACK, TRANSCENDANCE

devices or an ASL interpreter for our performances. Please place your request forty-eight business hours in advance. Please contact us for accommodation [artpower@ucsd.edu / 858.534.8497].

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RESERVED SEATING MAPS

Conrad Prebys Concert Hall

The Loft

Price Center East Ballroom

Mandeville Auditorium

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DONORS & SUBSCRIBERS SAVE 10-15% regular

10% off—choose your own subscriber or donor

15% off—series subscriber

SINGLE TICKETS A / B / C SEATS

DONATE OR CHOOSE 3+ EVENTS A / B / C SEATS

CHOOSE SERIES A / B / C SEATS

$230 / $155

x

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St. Lawrence String Quartet *

$54 / $36

$49 / $32

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Meccorre String Quartet *

$54 / $36

$49 / $32

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Emerson String Quartet *

$54 / $36

$49 / $32

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Danish String Quartet *

$54 / $36

$49 / $32

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Escher String Quartet *

$54 / $36

$49 / $32

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$156 / $128 / $96

x

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$______________

performance

chamber music

dance Lucy Guerin *  Power!Plates Pre-Performance Dinner Sydney Dance Company  Power!Plates Pre-Performance Dinner Compagnie Käfig *  Power!Plates Pre-Performance Dinner Aszure Barton & Artists *  Power!Plates Pre-Performance Dinner

series subscriber >>

series subscriber (does not include power!plates) >>

quantity

subtotal

$46 / $38 / $28

$41 / $34 / $25

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$______________

$37

$37

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$46 / $38 / $28

$41 / $34 / $25

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$46 / $38 / $28

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$46 / $38 / $28

$41 / $34 / $25

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$37

$37

$37

x

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=

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x

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=

$______________

foovie [food + movie]

series subscriber >> $116 (f + m) / $32 (m)

Patang *

$34 (f + m) / $10 (m)

$31 (f + m) / $9 (m)

__________

x

___________

=

$______________

Diego Star *

$34 (f + m) / $10 (m)

$31 (f + m) / $9 (m)

__________

x

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=

$______________

L’Amour des Moules *

$34 (f + m) / $10 (m)

$31 (f + m) / $9 (m)

__________

x

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=

$______________

The Fruit Hunters *

$34 (f + m) / $10 (m)

$31 (f + m) / $9 (m)

__________

x

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=

$______________

$104

x

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=

$______________

global music

series subscriber >>

Souad Massi *

$30 ga

$27 ga

__________

x

___________

=

$______________

AnDa Union

$30 ga

$27 ga

__________

x

___________

=

$______________

Fatoumata Diawara *

$30 ga

$27 ga

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x

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=

$______________

Soweto Gospel Choir *

$30 ga

$27 ga

__________

x

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=

$______________

$72 res / $45 ga

x

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=

$______________

jazz

series subscriber >>

Sean Jones Quartet *

$28 res / $18 ga

$25 res / $16 ga

__________

x

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=

$______________

Dr. Lonnie Smith *

$28 res / $18 ga

$25 res / $16 ga

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x

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=

$______________

Regina Carter *

$28 res / $18 ga

$25 res / $16 ga

__________

x

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=

$______________

$78 / $64 / $48

x

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=

$______________

special events

series subscriber (does not include power!plates) >>

Paul Dresher Ensemble: Schick Machine *

$46 / $38 / $28

$41 / $34 / $25

__________

x

___________

=

$______________

 Power!Plates Pre-Performance Dinner

$37

$37

$37

x

___________

=

$______________

$46 / $38 / $28

$41 / $34 / $25

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x

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=

$______________

$37

$37

$37

x

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=

$______________

$72 res / $45 ga

x

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=

$______________

Kronos Quartet *  Power!Plates Pre-Performance Dinner

tentacle sessions

series subscriber >>

Ólafur Arnalds *

$28 res / $18 ga

$25 res / $16 ga

__________

x

___________

=

$______________

yMusic *

$28 res / $18 ga

$25 res / $16 ga

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x

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=

$______________

Hauschka *

$28 res / $18 ga

$25 res / $16 ga

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x

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=

$______________

$66

x

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=

$______________

wonderland at white box

series subscriber >>

Compagnie Nacera Belaza

$26 ga

$23 ga

__________

x

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=

$______________

New Adventurers

$26 ga

$23 ga

__________

x

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=

$______________

Bill Shannon

$26 ga

$23 ga

__________

x

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=

$______________

$8 / event

$8 / event

$8 / event

x

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=

$______________

ucsd parking permits [optional] *Purchase Permits for Events with Asterisk

KEY RES = RESERVED SEAT ||| GA = GENERAL ADMISSION ||| F+M = FOOD + MOVIE ||| M = MOVIE ONLY ||| *PERMIT REQ

please choose one:

Check enclosed (UC Regents) Charge to credit card on reverse

subtotal

plus handling charge

performance total

$______________ $5 $______________

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order information important dates to remember JULY 22 AUGUST 19

seating requests Please indicate any seating requests, as well as any other requests for accommodation.

Season subscriptions go on sale. Deadline to donate and/or subscribe to be guaranteed seating priority.

AUGUST 26

Single tickets go on sale to the public.

PLEASE NOTE Single ticket orders for non-donors/non-

subscribers will be processed starting August 26. Discount tickets for youth, groups, as well as UCSD Students, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni will be available for purchase online, by phone, or in person starting August 26.

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how to order MAIL

ArtPower! at UC San Diego 9500 Gilman Dr. # 0077 La Jolla, CA 92093-0077

J PHONE S FAX K ONLINE

858.534.TIXS (8497) 858.534.0165 Subscriptions are now available online at

donation options OPTION 1: YES! I would like to support ArtPower!’s Season [F-2301] with a total annual gift of: PERFORMER ($5,000+)

$______________

ADVOCATE ($2,500–$4,999)

$______________

GUARDIAN ($1,000–$2,499)

$______________

SUPPORTER ($500–$999)

$______________

CONTRIBUTOR ($250–$499)

$______________

SPARK ($100–$249)

$______________

OTHER

$______________

Check enclosed (payable to ArtPower! at UC San Diego) Charge to credit card below

boxoffice.ucsd.edu.

OPTION 2: OPTION 2: YES! I would like to support

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parking UCSD requires permits for all weekday parking. Permits will be sold in advance and the night of an event through attendants

ArtPower!’s Season [F-2301] with a monthly* gift of: Voided check or deposit slip enclosed for Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

or at permit machines. Donors who give

Charge to credit card below

$1,000+ annually and choose to accept

Payroll deduction (must be UCSD staff or faculty)

benefits receive complimentary parking at all ArtPower! campus events. Go to

$______________

additional options

artpower.ucsd.edu/visit for more info.

I wish to take a full tax deduction in lieu of the donor benefits.

contact information

Hamburger Chamber Music Series Endowment [F-1519]

I wish to make an additional donation to the $______________

I wish to make an additional donation to the ArtPower! to the People Fund [F-1009] FIRST NAME ________________________________________________________________________________

$______________

Please list donor name(s) as you would like to be recognized:

LAST NAME ________________________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS 1 ________________________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS 2 ________________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________

credit card information

CITY ________________________________________________________________________________

CREDIT CARD TYPE: VISA / MASTERCARD / DISCOVER / AMEX

STATE ________________________________________________________________________________

NAME ON CARD _____________________________________________________________________________________

ZIP ________________________________________________________________________________

SIGNATURE _____________________________________________________________________________________

PHONE ________________________________________________________________________________

CARD# _____________________________________________________________________________________

E-MAIL ADDRESS ________________________________________________________________________________

EXPIRATION _____________________________________________________________________________________

*Monthly donors may change or discontinue their support at any time. 100% of your gift will benefit UC San Diego. Per approved campus-wide policy, 94% of your gift is directed to ArtPower!, while 6% is directed to assist in covering other university administrative costs.

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Accessibility

Parking Information

Navigating the UC San Diego campus is no

Accessible parking is available without a

UCSD requires parking permits for all

longer a hassle with double the signage to

UCSD permit on Mandeville Lane, Myers

weekday parking from 7am to 11pm.

get you here and parking permits that are

Drive, and in designated spaces found in

Permits will be sold the night of the

available for purchase in advance and the

every UCSD parking lot. Information on

performance through attendants or at

night of the show. For $8, you can purchase

where to park and how to access our venues

permit machines. Visit artpower.ucsd.edu/

parking permits in advance through the UC

is available at artpower.ucsd.edu/visit.

visit for information on where to buy your

San Diego Box Office.

permit, and costs. Donors who give $1,000+ annually and choose to accept benefits

How to Get Here

receive complimentary parking at all

For driving and walking directions,

ArtPower! campus events. See page 44-47

downloadable maps, and information on

for more details.

where to park, visit artpower.ucsd.edu/visit. Complete information will also be mailed with your season ticket order. ARTPOWER.UCSD.EDU :: 10TH ANNIVERSARY

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