Hopkins Center for the Arts AT DARTMOUTH
FROM THE DESK OF THE DIRECTOR Dear Friends, As the new director of the acclaimed Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth, I am both humbled and inspired by the outstanding array of programs we will share in the 2017/2018 season. The work of our incredible team of directors will come to life as artists from all corners of the globe join us here in Hanover, and our resident ensembles reflect on themes and ideas presented in the visiting artists’ work. The programming of each season takes many months of research and planning—work that started long before I arrived in Hanover this April. I want to congratulate the Hopkins Center team for putting together a beautifully curated and presented program for us all to look forward to. Artists create in the context of the world around them, and this season our program seeks to give us hope as we better understand the world we share. This is a season of resilience; of perseverance; and of insightful reflection on the past in order to see the way toward a brighter tomorrow. At a time in human history when displacement is capturing the world’s attention, we look to the cultural migration of traditions with welcome, celebration and interest. Our programs take us along the Silk Road, a journey that has become more familiar to us thanks to the incredible vision of Yo-Yo Ma and the artists of the Silk Road Ensemble. Reflections on the Global South give us the opportunity to witness the cultural connections in our own hemisphere as we look to Cuba, Chile and Argentina, where artists give us fresh perspectives in theater, music and dance on the melding of Colonial legacies into a contemporary context. Our celebrations raise our awareness while raising our voice in song. From the heart-thumping gospel that illuminates the contemporary telling of a classic story in Antigone in Ferguson to the smooth uncompromising voice of Gregory Porter, song transports us to the heart of another. And through all of these encounters, we hope to build the connections between you, our audience, and the world of artists and creators so that you can be touched with joyful hope each and every day. Whether we tap our toes, clap our hands, wipe a tear, or share a smile or even a giggle, we know that you will be touched by the exciting and extraordinary journey we will share together this season. Warmly,
Mary Lou Aleskie hop.dartmouth.edu
2017/2018 SEASON OF EVENTS MUSIC
Los Angeles Guitar Quartet (p. 2) Theater of War (p. 3) Emerson String Quartet (p. 6) Del Sol Quartet and ZOFO (p. 7) Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis (p. 8 & 9) David Gonzalez (p. 10) Sally Pinkas, piano (p. 11) Pink Martini (p. 12 & 13) Roomful of Teeth with Tigran Hamasyan, piano (p. 17) Riyaaz Qawwali (p. 19) Musicians from Marlboro (p. 20) José González (p. 21) An Evening with Gregory Porter (p. 23) Qyrq Qyz (Forty Girls) (p. 24) Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma (p. 26 & 27) Daymé Arocena (p. 30 & 31) The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain (p. 33) An Evening with Leslie Odom, Jr. (p. 34 & 35) Inon Barnatan, piano (p. 36) Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra (p. 38) World Music Percussion Ensemble (p. 40) Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble (p. 41) Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble (p. 42) Dartmouth College Gospel Choir (p. 43) Dartmouth Idol (p. 43) Handel Society of Dartmouth College (p. 44) Dartmouth College Glee Club (p. 45) ChamberWorks (p. 46) The Metropolitan Opera in HD (p. 48 & 49)
Theater of War (p. 3) Theatreworks USA (p. 5) David Gonzalez (p. 10) Air Play (p. 14 & 15) Teatro Sur (p. 16) Jabber (p. 22) Gob Squad Collective (p. 28 & 29) Anthony Hudson (p. 32) Dartmouth Theater Department (p. 37) Event Cinema (p. 47) The Metropolitan Opera in HD (p. 48 & 49)
DANCE & MOVEMENT
Abraham.In.Motion (p. 4) Air Play (p. 14 & 15) Malpaso Dance Company (p. 18) Dada Masilo (p. 25) Dartmouth Dance Ensemble (p. 39)
ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE/ HOP ENSEMBLES
Sally Pinkas, piano (p. 11) Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra (p. 38) Dartmouth Dance Ensemble (p. 39) World Music Percussion Ensemble (p. 40) Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble (p. 41) Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble (p. 42) Dartmouth College Gospel Choir (p. 43) Dartmouth Idol (p. 43) Handel Society of Dartmouth College (p. 44) Dartmouth College Glee Club (p. 45)
FILM, MEDIA & VISUAL ARTS
Qyrq Qyz (Forty Girls) (p. 24) Gob Squad Collective (p. 28 & 29) Anthony Hudson (p. 32) Galleries & Exhibitions (p. 46) Hop Film (p. 47) Event Cinema (p. 47) The Metropolitan Opera in HD (p. 48 & 49)
Theatreworks USA (p. 5) David Gonzalez (p. 10) Air Play (p. 14 & 15) Jabber (p. 22) Hop Membership (p. 50) Hop Outreach & Arts Education (p. 51) HopStop Family Series (p. 51) School Matinee Series (p. 51)
LOS ANGELES GUITAR QUARTET Wed • September 13 • 7 pm Hop Co-commission Spaulding Auditorium $25-40 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.
World-renowned for stunning precision, abundant tonal colors and buoyant music-making, the Grammy-winning Los Angeles Guitar Quartet performs a program including the Hop cocommissioned Road to the Sun, written expressly for the group by guitarist Pat Metheny. Complementing this expansive musical journey (inspired by Montana’s Glacier National Park!) are LAGQ’s own arrangements of J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 6, Brazilian jazz and music from the time of Spanish writer Miguel de Cervantes.
“One of the finest guitar quartets in the world.” Guitar Player
“A play that speaks to Ferguson’s tragedy and lets the audience speak back.” PBS News Hour
THEATER OF WAR antigone in ferguson
with dartmouth college gospel choir Fri & Sat • September 15 & 16 • 8 pm
The Moore Theater $30-40 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 Saturday’s performance American Sign Language Interpreted. Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts.
Seeking a way forward after the 2014 police killing of Michael Brown, leaders in Ferguson, MO, called on Brooklyn-based Theater of War, which addresses community traumas through staged readings—by some of today’s most sought-after actors—of ancient texts. Together they created Antigone in Ferguson: Sophocles’ 2,500-year-old tragedy about a clash between personal convictions and state law, punctuated by soul-searching gospel songs by Ferguson singers (joined here by members of the Dartmouth College Gospel Choir). Afterwards, cast and audience engage in an honest, open discussion of how the play pertains to our own communities and where to go from here. Actors to be announced; see website four weeks before performance.
KYLE ABRAHAM ABRAHAM.IN.MOTION dearest home Hop Commission Premiere of proscenium version The Moore Theater $25-40 • 18 & under $19 Dartmouth students $10 Special general admission seating on stage
Thu • September 21 • 7 pm Fri • September 22 • 8 pm
Program contains nudity. Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center. Funded in part by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
MacArthur “genius” choreographer Abraham turns from the political—as in When the Wolves Came In, at the Hop in 2015— to themes of love, longing and loss, inspired by conversations with people of varied ages and backgrounds (including at the Hop last summer). Abraham’s eloquent contemporary vocabulary shines in a series of lush solos, duos and trios.
“Both kinetic and poetic...the choreographer’s range is vast.” Financial Times 4
children’s live theater from theatreworks usa DRAGONS LOVE TACOS Sun • September 24 • 3 pm Spaulding Auditorium $18-23 18 & under $13-18 Dartmouth students $10 Recommended for ages 5-11.
Five favorite children’s books leap off the shelf and onto the stage in this brand-new musical revue by America’s leading touring theater for young people. Theatreworks’ sparkling song-and-dance numbers tell the stories of Dragons Love Tacos, Interrupting Chicken, The Dot, Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride and Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa School Days.
MISS NELSON IS MISSING Sun • November 5 • 3 pm Spaulding Auditorium $18-23 18 & under $13-18 Dartmouth students $10 Recommended for ages 5-11.
Oh, those students in Room 207! Spitballs, paper airplanes and all manner of rowdiness—until their sweet-tempered teacher, Miss Nelson, is replaced by the ferociously strict Miss Viola Swamp. In a musical version of Henry Allard’s popular classic, the spirited students sing, dance and flex their detective skills as they hunt for the teacher they now appreciate.
EMERSON STRING QUARTET Sat • September 30 • 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium $25-50 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artists Series Fund and the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.
Spend a fall evening with “the one indispensable quartet” (Newsday), bringing luminous intellect to both classics and new work. The quartet’s unparalleled contributions to American chamber music over its 40 years include 30 recordings, nine Grammys and countless other laurels. Long a Hop favorite, the Emerson performs Mozart and Beethoven alongside an intense, emotional new work by Turnage, one of Britain’s most compelling composers.
String Quartet No. 17 in B-flat Major (“Hunt”), K. 458
Mark-Anthony Turnage Shroud (2016-17)
String Quartet No. 14, Op. 131
“Technically resourceful, musically insightful, cohesive, full of character and always interesting.” The New York Times 6
“Energetic and persuasive... rhythmic vitality.” Washington Post on Del Sol Quartet
DEL SOL QUARTET and ZOFO Sat • October 14 • 8 pm Music Department Residency Rollins Chapel $25 • 18 & under $17 Dartmouth students $10 General admission Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.
Two acclaimed California-based chamber ensembles combine for a program reflecting the diversity of the Pacific Rim—including works by Terry Riley, Sahba Aminikia and Dartmouth’s own Kui Dong. A two-time winner of the top Chamber Music America/ ASCAP Award for Adventurous Programming, Del Sol is dedicated to 21st-century music. Grammy-nominated ZOFO is one of the world’s few piano duos focusing on the complex choreography of four hands, one instrument.
Works by Sahba Aminikia, Ryan Brown, Kui Dong, Gabriela Lena Frank, Ben Johnston, Kenji Oh, Pablo Ortiz, Nicholas Pavkovic, Terry Riley and Gabriella Smith.
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA WITH WYNTON MARSALIS
Tue • October 3 • 7 pm Spaulding Auditorium $40-75 • 18 & under $25 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund.
Led by consummate jazz master Marsalis, the JLCO is made up of 15 of today’s most versatile and polished musicians, each able to soar in inventive solos then merge into a soulful, swinging ensemble sound. The Hop program includes a celebration of New Orleans legend Jelly Roll Morton (1890-1941), a composer, intellect and pianist who indelibly shaped New Orleans history and jazz.
“Takes big-band playing to new heights of virtuosity.” The Times
DAVID GONZALEZ cuentos: tales from the latino world with Daniel Kelly, keyboard Willie Martinez, drums Wilson “Chembo” Corniel, percussion
Sun • October 15 • 3 pm Spaulding Auditorium $18-23 18 & under $13-18 Dartmouth students $10 Recommended for ages 8-12. American Sign Language Interpreted
A writer and storyteller of sparkling charisma and imagination, Gonzalez makes tales come alive for his listeners—entrancing audiences of all ages in 40 states and 15 countries, from Broadway stages to school gymnasiums. Here he conjures hilarious and fantastical characters and places of the Spanishspeaking world, including the Caribbean, South America and his home base of the Bronx—backed by a live trio including the Grammy-nominated Corniel.
“The gift of creating magical worlds and drawing his audience into them.” The New York Times 10
SALLY PINKAS, PIANIST-IN-RESIDENCE Pinkas teaches and performs at Dartmouth while leading a touring and recording career as a solo and chamber musician that takes her from the Boston Pops to the Bulgarian Chamber Orchestra, from Tanglewood to Manila.
Wed • November 8 • 7 pm
Spaulding Auditorium $21-27 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10
Celebrated California-based clarinetist Patricia Shands joins Pinkas on three 20th-century pieces full of plaintive, playful melodies; a restrained, poignant Brahms; a light-filled piece by former Dartmouth faculty member David Evan Jones; and a new work by Cuban-born composer Ileana Perez-Velazquez, whose music The New York Times praises for its “imaginative strength” and “otherworldly quality.”
Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 120
And works by Krenek, Raphael, Berg, Jones
Tue • April 10 • 7 pm Spaulding Auditorium $21-27 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10
This profound program spans space and time, with British composer Frank Bridge’s tour-de-force reflection on the losses of World War I, Syrian-American composer Kareem Roustom’s folk-based tribute to his ravaged homeland, and a bountiful selection of seldom-heard music by turn-of-the-century Filipino composers, drawing on folk tunes and songs of national pride.
Piano Sonata, H.160
Salon Music from Romantic Manila 603.646.2422
“Pink Martini’s live show conjures a fantasy of ageless glamor.” JazzTimes
Tue • October 17 • 7 pm
Spaulding Auditorium $35-60 Dartmouth students $10
“If the UN had a house band in 1962,” Pink Martini bandleader Thomas Lauderdale says, “we’d be that band.” This “little orchestra” is a rollicking tour-de-genre that one moment seduces with musical postcards from Brazil and the next swings to neoclassical, lounge or Japanese pop—all mixed in the great cocktail shaker of jazz. Pink Martini performs its multilingual repertoire on concert stages throughout the world; its Hop return marks the band’s 23nd year as the global ambassador of cosmopolitan joie de vivre.
AIR PLAY Conceived, created & performed by Seth Bloom & Christina Gelsone Air Sculptures in collaboration with Daniel Wurtzel Directed by West Hyler
Sat • December 2 • 3 & 7 pm The Moore Theater $18-40 18 & under $13-18 Dartmouth students $10 Recommended for all ages. Use of strobe lights, fog and haze.
Air has never seemed less ordinary than in this jaw-dropping display of wind, currents and the objects they move. Featuring husband and wife clown acrobats with a commedia dell’arte flair, the show traverses a whimsical landscape of flying umbrellas, larger-than-life balloons, ginormous kites—and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen! Everyday objects are transformed as fabrics billow, plastic bags hover and gravity is gloriously suspended.
“[A] buoyant fusion of wordless clowning and aerial spectacle.” The Age (Australia) 14
TEATRO SUR inútiles (useless) Fri & Sat • January 5 & 6 • 8 pm US Debut/Premiere The Moore Theater $25-35 Dartmouth students $10 In Spanish, with English supertitles. Adult language and subject matter; partial nudity.
Dive headlong into politically outspoken Latin American theater with the US debut of one of Chile’s leading experimental companies. Set in an 18th-century frontier hacienda, Inútiles follows an effete, aristocratic family in suffocatingly lavish clothes—headed by a matriarch played in drag by an esteemed Chilean actor. As the family flails in the face of a servant rebellion, Inútiles offers a rich, satiric takedown of Colonial racism, debauchery and self-delusion—then and now.
“Rummages through the origins of racism and classism...with brilliant irony and great impudence.” Crítica De M.Santi 16
“Fiercely beautiful and bravely, utterly exposed.” NPR
ROOMFUL OF TEETH with tigran hamasyan, piano NH Debut World Premiere Hop Co-commission Spaulding Auditorium $25-35 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Expeditions program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, made possible with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional support from the six New England state arts agencies, and by the National Endowment for the Arts ARTWORKS.
Tue • January 9 • 7 pm Grammy-winning Roomful of Teeth takes vocal music into “uncharted harmonic galaxies and timbres” (Philadelphia Inquirer) with a borderless repertoire encompassing singing traditions from around the globe and collaborations with some of today’s most exciting artists. This program includes Roomful member Caroline Shaw’s 2013 Pulitzer-winning Partita for 8 Voices and the premiere of a Hop co-commissioned piece by Nonesuch Records’ Hamasyan, one of the most remarkable and distinctive next-gen jazz pianists.
MALPASO DANCE COMPANY osnel delgado, artistic director Thu • January 11 • 7 pm Fri • January 12 • 8 pm The Moore Theater $25-40 18 & under $13-18 Dartmouth students $10 An Associate Company of Joyce Theater Productions. Funded in part by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Long known for superb dancers trained in national schools, Cuba is also now home to an exciting nascent contemporary dance scene. At the forefront is independent dance company Malpaso—playfully meaning “misstep”—which has been partnering with international artists to update Cuban dance without sacrificing its distinct identity. Passionate, fluidly athletic dancers perform works by Artistic Director Osnel Delgado, American choreographer Ron K. Brown—rich in African and Afro-Cuban idioms—and Canadian Aszure Barton’s vivid, idiosyncratic Indomitable Waltz.
“Pristine technique...as comfortable on the ground—in coiling, capoeira-like flips and tricks—as they are in the air.” The New York Times 18
“Making...centuries-old music relevant to today’s audiences...joyous, ecstatic.” NPR
RIYAAZ QAWWALI Fri • January 19 • 8 pm
Spaulding Auditorium $25-30 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts.
This Texas-based ensemble introduces new listeners to the glorious 700+ year-old Sufi music tradition of qawwali. With driving rhythms, sinuous melodies and poems of love and longing in multiple languages, Riyaaz Qawwali offers a universal message of oneness and celebrates the diversity of Southern Asia. Representing many faiths and national ancestries, its eight members weave beguilingly ornamented vocals with a lush soundscape of harmonium, dholak, tabla, violin, tambourine and cajon for a transcendent musical experience.
MUSICIANS FROM MARLBORO with Anthony McGill, clarinet Emilie-Ann Gendron, violin David McCarroll, violin Daniel Kim, viola Marcy Rosen, cello
Wed • January 24 • 7 pm
Spaulding Auditorium $25-30 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.
Tucked in a sylvan Vermont setting, the Marlboro Music Festival has acquired a near-mythic status for fostering exceptional music-making through deep, unhurried, cross-generational collaboration. The results are exuberant, breathtaking performances, here featuring the internationally acclaimed Rosen (“one of the intimate art’s abiding treasures”—Los Angeles Times) and McGill (“technical refinement and expressive radiance”—Baltimore Sun) playing works including Penderecki’s lean, somber quartet and a haunting, expansive Brahms quintet.
String Trio in C minor, Op. 9, No. 3
Clarinet Quintet in B minor, Op. 115
“Passionate, detailed music-making... nuance and spontaneity.” The New York Times 20
“His comfortingly consonant harmonies are invitations to a slower, more centered mode of being—a zone of introspection governed by calm, by the notion of seeking for its own sake.” NPR
JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ with special guest bedouine Tue • February 6 • 7 pm
Spaulding Auditorium $35-45 Dartmouth students $10
With crystal-clear voice and spacious, hypnotic guitar, José González is one of today’s most remarkable indie folk artists— and a testament to the enduring power of the solo performer. His hushed, delicate sound draws the audience near with an intimate style—as in his best-known single, Heartbeats—and original songs that “ask big questions” (Pitchfork). Syrian-American singer-songwriter Bedouine (“hypnotic and soulful”—The Deli Magazine) opens the concert.
JABBER by geordie productions Sunday • February 4 • 2 pm Spaulding Auditorium $18-23 18 & under $13-18 Dartmouth students $10 Recommended for ages 12 and up.
Fatima is an outgoing teenager who happens to have been born in Egypt to a Muslim family. As her school’s only “jabber”—someone who wears a hijab or headscarf—she feels marginalized. So does Jorah, a boy whose father is in prison. As their relationship grows, this fast-paced drama offers fresh insights into teens’ social media behavior and how they—and all of us—judge each other based on culture and class.
“Smartly probes the lives of high schoolers struggling with peer expectations and identity problems.” Winnepeg Free Press
“A jazz singer of thrilling presence...with a gift for earthy refinement and soaring uplift.” The New York Times
an evening with GREGORY PORTER Tue • February 13 • 7 pm Spaulding Auditorium $25-30 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund.
Soulful crooner, bluesy truth teller and nuanced jazz artist, two-time Grammy winner Gregory Porter is also an extraordinarily gifted songwriter, penning tunes full of “tantalizing wordplay, grown-up subject matter and flowing melodies” (The Telegraph, UK). Accompanied by a subtle band that gives him lots of space to ply his butterscotch baritone, he tunnels to the heart on songs that console, confess and gracefully acknowledge life’s joys and sorrows.
QYRQ QYZ (FORTY GIRLS) Music Department Residency/ World Premiere The Moore Theater $20-25 • 18 & under $17 Dartmouth students $10 English supertitles. Co-presented with the Aga Khan Music Initiative. Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts.
Thu • March 1 • 7 pm As projected images transport us to the wind-scoured steppes of Central Asia, seven virtuosic young female bards from that region sing, recite and play traditional instruments to share an ancient oral epic of female courage and empowerment. A cutting-edge collaboration between two of Uzbekistan’s greatest contemporary artists—filmmaker Saodat Ismailova and composer Dmitri Yanov-Yanovsky—Qyrq Qyz tells the story of 40 women warriors who defend their land against Persian invaders and establish a rule of justice and compassion.
“[Ismailova’s] films...deliver powerful visual narratives about women...beautifully and simply rendered.” Ran Dian, Hong Kong
“Incredible energy, attitude, innovation and diversity rarely seen in a typical ballet.” Broadway World
GISELLE dada masilo US Premiere Hop Co-commission The Moore Theater $25-50 Dartmouth students $10 Contains nudity, language and mature content. Recommended for ages 14 and up. Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts.
Fri & Sat • March 30 & 31 • 8 pm In 2016, South African choreographer Dada Masilo’s bold reinterpretation of Swan Lake (performed at the Hop) powerfully flipped ballet’s gender and racial dynamics. Now her Giselle—with Masilo dancing the lead—fearlessly takes on betrayal, heartbreak and revenge in a groundbreaking new version with music by South African composer Philip Miller and visual material by renowned artist William Kentridge. Drawing from classical ballet, African traditional dance and African percussion, Masilo delivers a brilliantly “woke” revision of a classic story.
SILK ROAD ENSEMBLE with YO-YO MA “A joyous revelation...an emblem of what people can do in these fractious times when they live in concert with one another.” Wall Street Journal
World Premiere Hop Commission Spaulding Auditorium $50-80 18 & under $20 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artists Series Fund.
Thu • April 5 • 7 pm In the nearly 20 years since its founding by cellist Yo-Yo Ma, the Silk Road Ensemble’s sublimely virtuosic members have created an extraordinary flow of gorgeous, impassioned music seamlessly joining disparate traditions, new and ancient. The ensemble returns to the Hop to premiere a work by Jia Daqun, one of China’s leading classical composers, inspired by Chinese calligraphy and featuring 16-time Grammy winner Ma.
GOB SQUAD COLLECTIVE war and peace Fri & Sat • April 6 & 7 • 8 pm
The Moore Theater $25-35 • 18 & under $20 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center.
Known for devised theater on big topics, this UK- and Germanybased collective uses Tolstoy’s epic as a launch pad for cheeky, insightful new theater. Reenacting the salon that opens War and Peace, the cast selects audience members to join them onstage for drinks, discourse and brief, over-the-top bits inspired by the book. Readings, improv, live video, even a fashion show are woven together to explore Tolstoy’s enduring question: is it possible to be moral in a deeply flawed world?
â€œGob Squad skip[s] fearlessly along the thin line between fiction and reality, film and live action, like reckless tightrope walkers.â€? The Guardian
DAYMÉ AROCENA “Artistically complex and compelling...live, everybody in the place fell in love with her.”
Thu • April 12 • 7 pm Spaulding Auditorium $25-30 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 This engagement is made possible through Southern Exposure: Performing Arts of Latin America, a program of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
From a country renowned for its musicians, Arocena has exploded on the scene as one of Cuba’s most dazzling. Backed by a sterling young Cuban trio, she reimagines the music of her Afro-Cuban roots suffused with jazz, soul and funk. A veteran performer although only in her mid-20s, her voice recalls Celia Cruz, Aretha Franklin and Nina Simone, and her unstoppable charisma—whether in Spanish, English, Yoruba or other languages—charms audiences worldwide.
ANTHONY HUDSON looking for tiger lily Thu • April 19 • 7 & 9:30 pm New England Exclusive Bentley Theater $25 Dartmouth students $10 General admission
Emerging young Portland, Oregon-based performance artist Anthony Hudson reckons with his own Native American heritage through a hilariously pointed sendup of stereotypes in an autobiographical solo show. Incorporating video and dance, and invoking his queer drag clown persona, “Carla Rossi,” he draws from a songbook stretching from Disney’s Pocahontas to Cher’s Half-Breed—to the infamous blond, blue-eyed Indian “princess” Tiger Lily in the 1960 film Peter Pan.
“A multiplicity of truths gleaned from personal experience and exploration... courageous, honest and funny.” PQ Monthly
“Unabashed genre crashing antics. Nothing is spoof proof.” The Sunday Times (London)
THE UKULELE ORCHESTRA OF GREAT BRITAIN Fri • April 20 • 8 pm
Spaulding Auditorium $25-40 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10
What began 30 years ago as “a bit of fun” has since kept this “plucky” orchestra entertaining audiences worldwide. Enjoying outsized success playing pint-sized instruments, the “Ukes” cross genres and upend expectations with toe-tapping disarm. You’ll want to be in the audience when they come marching in, sporting their deadpan British humor and spot-on musical interpretations of film scores and avant pop classics from Ennio Morricone to Nirvana. Uke players: bring your instruments for a pluck-along moment!
an evening with LESLIE ODOM, JR. “In turns sultry and jazz-inflected... updated classics that keep the spotlight on his velvety voice.” TIME
Sat • April 21 • 8 pm
Spaulding Auditorium $40-60 Dartmouth students $10
The Broadway mega-hit Hamilton catapulted Leslie Odom, Jr. to fame for his Tony-winning portrayal of Aaron Burr. Now Odom gets the chance to stretch out musically in an intimate, elegant evening of the songs he loves best. Backed by a versatile combo, he’ll sing Broadway numbers, but also the refined selections from the Great American Songbook that have sent his albums to the top of jazz charts.
INON BARNATAN piano Wed • April 25 • 7 pm
Spaulding Auditorium $25-40 18 & under $17-19 Dartmouth students $10 Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.
Celebrated for the sensitivity, intellect and radiant technique he brings to a broad range of repertoire, blazing Israel-born pianist Inon Barnatan consistently thrilled audiences during the three years he just concluded as the New York Philharmonic’s first Artist-in-Association. He makes his Hop debut with an engaging program of “musical moments” by Schubert and Rachmaninoff, whom Barnatan has recorded to rave reviews, and IsraeliAmerican Dorman, whose 2003 composition weaves influences ranging from Prokofiev to salsa.
Moments Musicaux, D. 780
Avner Dorman Rachmaninoff
2 Moments Musicaux Moments Musicaux, Op. 16
“A true poet of the keyboard: refined, searching, unfailingly communicative.” Evening Standard
DARTMOUTH THEATER DEPARTMENT These mainstage productions are directed and designed by faculty and guest artists, and feature the work of student actors, stage managers, design assistants and others working closely with the professional staff. For information on upcoming events, go to theater.dartmouth.edu
Book by Joe Masteroff Music by John Kander Lyrics by Fred Ebb Carol Dunne, director Keith Coughlin, choreographer • Kevin Smith, music director Michael Ganio, scenic designer • Laurie Churba, costume designer Dan Kotlowitz, lighting designer
Fri & Sat • November 3 & 4 • 8 pm Thu–Sat • November 9–11 • 8 pm Sun • November 5 & 12 • 2 pm The Moore Theater $15 Dartmouth students $5 Other students $10
Cabaret, Kander and Ebb’s brilliant musical first produced on Broadway in 1966, is stunningly relevant in today’s political climate. The show focuses on the loves and losses of a group of artists and performers who struggle to live in a world on the brink of fascism.
1984 BASED ON THE NOVEL BY GEORGE ORWELL
Peter Hackett, director Michael Ganio, scenic designer • Laurie Churba, costume designer Kathy Perkins, lighting designer
Fri & Sat • February 16 & 17 • 8 pm Thu–Sat • February 22–24 • 8 pm Sun • February 18 & 25 • 2 pm
The Moore Theater $12 Dartmouth student $5 Other students $10 603.646.2422
Buoyed by “misinformation” and “alternative facts,” the current political regime’s attacks on our democratic institutions have thrust George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel, 1984, onto the best seller list once again. This production investigates Orwell’s 20th-century prophecy in the context of 21st-century America, and asks the question, “Are we there yet?” 37
DARTMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Filippo Ciabatti, conductor Spaulding Auditorium $20 Dartmouth students $5 Other students $10
The Hop’s resident orchestra features student and community instrumentalists from all walks of life, performing major symphonic works. Sophisticated repertoire, high musical standards and outstanding soloists contribute to the DSO’s regional reputation for excellence.
Sat • October 28 • 8 pm Mercadante Flute Concerto in E minor with Luciano Tristaino, guest flutist Mahler Symphony No. 1 “The Titan”
Fri • February 9 • 8 pm Vivaldi The Four Seasons with Carlo Aonzo, guest mandolinist Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 1, Op. 13 (Winter Daydreams)
Fri & Sat • May 25 & 26 • 8 pm* Stravinsky Petrushka and Circus Polka: For a Young Elephant Plus works by Schnittke and Mozart with Miki-Sophia Cloud, violin • Marcia Cassidy, viola • Karl Doty, bass
*Music and dance join forces May 25 & 26!
Reserve this weekend for an innovative collaboration between two Hop Ensembles, at two ends of the Hop! The Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra and the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble perform Stravinsky’s classic ballet, Petrushka, with thrilling new choreography by DDE Director John Heginbotham and
Choreographer-in-Residence Rebecca Stenn. Linked through technology and big-screen video projection, the DSO in Spaulding Auditorium and the DDE in The Moore Theater unite to realize this iconic work: audiences in each venue experience the art and performance of both ensembles! Each ensemble rounds out the evening by performing its own lively set of discrete works—so attend both nights and visit both venues, to get the full effect!
DARTMOUTH DANCE ENSEMBLE John Heginbotham, director Rebecca Stenn, choreographer-in-residence
The Moore Theater $15 Dartmouth students $5 Other students $10 General admission
Led by two New York City-based choreographers who direct their own busy companies, this ensemble brings together dedicated dancers from throughout the campus in a collaborative, creative environment that invites dancer input. Performance opportunities throughout the academic year include a range of informal appearances and a mainstage production—which this year includes a new version of Stravinsky’s captivating ballet, Petrushka, in an innovative collaboration with the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra.
Fri & Sat • May 25 & 26 • 8 pm* 603.646.2422
WORLD MUSIC PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Hafiz Shabazz, director
$10 Dartmouth students $5 General admission
Led by ethnomusicologist/drummer Shabazz, this is a full band with drums at its center and a repertoire ranging from African to Caribbean to Latin American. Along with instructing students about the ethos and technique of world drumming traditions, the ensemble offers them opportunities to work closely with guest artists.
Wed • October 25 • 7 pm
African and Latin American-influenced contemporary jazz
Sat • February 17 • 8 pm
Faulkner Recital Hall
Contemporary pop and dance styles from Africa and Latin America
Sat • May 12 • 11 am
Alumni Hall • Free HopStop
Conga line dancing plus rumba and cha-cha rhythms and music
BARBARY COAST JAZZ ENSEMBLE Taylor Ho Bynum, director
Spaulding Auditorium $10 Dartmouth students $5 General admission
Emphasizing a creative, improvisational approach, the Coast opens a new chapter under Bynum, whose expressionistic playing on cornet and expansive vision as composer have garnered him critical attention on over 20 recordings as a bandleader and dozens more as a sideman. He’s made global and crossdisciplinary connections through his contributions to The New Yorker’s Culture Blog as well as other published writings; teaching stints at universities, festivals and workshops worldwide; and inventive endeavors like his Acoustic Bicycle Tours, in which he travels to concerts solely by bike across thousands of miles.
Fri • November 3 • 8 pm Sat • February 24 • 8 pm Sat • May 12 • 8 pm 603.646.2422
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE Matthew M. Marsit, conductor
Spaulding Auditorium $10 Dartmouth students $5
Marsit leads student and select community musicians through an exciting array of repertoire for the wind ensemble, from the 19th century to today, including many world premieres. The ensemble’s inventive thematic programming is often coupled with educational components and projects to engage young musicians and audiences alike.
Sat • October 21 • 8 pm MUSIC, SHE WROTE… Celebrating female composers
Sun • February 18 • 2 pm JOURNEY TO THE EAST Exploring original works for wind ensemble from Japan, China and Thailand
Sat • May 5 • 8 pm FOR SCOTT A tribute to Scott Smedinghoff, including Stravinsky’s Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments and the world premiere of a DCWE-commissioned work by David Maslanka, with Gregory Hayes, piano soloist.
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GOSPEL CHOIR Walt Cunningham, director Spaulding Auditorium $15 Dartmouth students $5 Other students $10 General admission
Pianist/singer Cunningham is the driving force behind this ensemble’s uplifting sound. Student vocalists from all backgrounds and beliefs offer universal messages of faith, love and inspiration. Accompanied by a full band, their energetic performances include spirituals and cutting-edge gospel hits.
Sat • November 11 • 8 pm Sat • April 28 • 2 pm
DARTMOUTH IDOL 2018
Fri • February 2 • 8 pm
$10 • Dartmouth students $5 • General admission SEMI-FINALS
Fri • March 2 • 8 pm $20 • Dartmouth students $5 • Youth $10 • General admission FINALS 603.646.2422
HANDEL SOCIETY of DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Robert Duff, conductor
Spaulding Auditorium $20 Dartmouth students $5 Other students $10
The nation’s oldest town-gown choral society offers transformative musical experiences through the performance of major choral-orchestral works, both old and new. In 2017-2018, the 100-voice ensemble, performs powerful works that speak to our time while being timeless in beauty. Celebrating 210 years of music-making in 2017!
Tue • November 14 • 7 pm Mozart/Levine Requiem Lauridsen Lux Aeterna
Sat • May 19 • 8 pm
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GLEE CLUB Louis Burkot, director
$10 Dartmouth students $5 General admission
Led by nationally acclaimed opera conductor and master teacher Burkot, this 40-voice, all-student ensemble has a broad repertoire that spans four centuries. With a signature sound—energetic and finely tuned—and exceptionally talented student soloists, the Glee Club embodies the beauty and power of the human voice.
Sun • November 5 • 2 pm
Excerpts from Mendelssohn’s Elijah and Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem, featuring student soloists and guest orchestra comprising professionals and student players from the DSO.
Fri • February 16 • 6:30 & 9 pm
Carissimi’s oratorio Jepthe From the Old Testament Book of Judges, this exemplar of mid-17th century oratorio tells the story of how a man’s impetuousness leads to the sacrifice of his only child. Staged by Louis Burkot; animated projections by Camilla Tassi GR; audience seated on the stage.
Sun • May 6 • 2 pm 603.646.2422
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CHAMBERWORKS This series of free Sunday concerts, presented by the Hop and the Dartmouth Music Department, showcases the diverse talents of faculty and guest musicians in the intimate setting of Rollins Chapel. For more information visit dartmouth.edu/~music
GALLERIES & EXHIBITIONS Visual art exhibitions in the JaffeFriede and Strauss Galleries and Barrows Rotunda rotate approximately every six weeks, with curated shows that offer a wide variety of recent work by selected guest artists, artists-in-residence, and Studio Art faculty and students. For more information visit hop.dartmouth.edu/online/exhibitions
THE HOP THANKS... The following major endowment funds* provided by generous donors to the Hop help make possible many of this season’s performances. Numerous other endowments contributed by Dartmouth alumni, family and friends are important in funding the season. Ticket sales only cover only about 40 percent of performance costs. *Gifts and pledges of $500,000 and above.
Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artists Series Fund Emerson String Quartet Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma
Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts Dada Masilo Giselle Qyrq Qyz (Forty Girls) Riyaaz Qawwali Theater of War Antigone in Ferguson
Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund Gregory Porter Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis John Prine (summer)
Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center Abraham.In.Motion Dearest Home Gob Squad Collective War and Peace José González
Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3 Del Sol Quartet and ZOFO Emerson String Quartet Inon Barnatan Los Angeles Guitar Quartet Musicians from Marlboro
National Endowment for the Arts Challenge Fund Supports virtually all Visiting Performing Artists events
HOP FILM Indies, classics, docs, foreign gems and alumni work play every week—but movies at the Hop are so much more than the image on the screen. Whenever possible, guests accompany the show; this past year we welcomed a Hamilton scholar, an ethno-botanist, a comic book artist and a Harris Hawk! Our new yearlong Take 10 Card rewards frequent fans with discounts and benefits. See you at the movies!
“Cheers to keeping diverse, artistic, challenging visionary cinema alive here in our small, but cultured community.” Erik Blanchard, Norwich, VT Eagle Huntress
EVENT CINEMA high-definition broadcasts War Horse
National Theatre Live
Exhibition on Screen
Recorded live, these unique broadcasts deliver the best in modern British theater in stunning high definition. Coming soon: a two-part revival of Angels in America; Simon Stone’s inspired reworking of Lorca’s masterpiece Yerma; and Rory Kinnear and Anne Marie Duff in Macbeth.
This groundbreaking series features unparalleled, exclusive access to blockbuster exhibitions—a veritable front-row seat to the world’s greatest art. Debuting this year are new exhibition-based art films on Monet, American Impressionism and Michelangelo.
The Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live HD simulcasts returns for its 12th season with 10 operas, including five new productions and star-studded revivals. Hosted by Met opera stars, these singular events feature live interviews and remarkable behind-the-scenes access to one of the world’s great opera houses. $29 • Dartmouth students Free Met Pass (all 10 shows): $230 Hop Member • $260 General Public All simulcasts are general admission. Doors open 30 minutes before start time.
THE EXTERMINATING ANGEL
Bellini – New Production
Adès – Met Premiere
Sat & Sun • October 7 & 8 • 1 pm
Sat & Sun • November 18 & 19 • 1 pm
Sondra Radvanovsky takes on the quintessential bel canto role of the druid priestess who fights the Roman Empire, while Joyce DiDonato co-stars as Norma’s rival. Carlo Rizzi conducts.
Co-commissioned by the Met and sung in English, this Met premiere is based on the screenplay by Luis Buñuel’s mysterious, surreal 1962 film about a dinner party the guests are inexplicably unable to leave. Composer Thomas Adès takes the podium.
Sat & Sun • October 14 & 15* • 1 pm James Levine conducts Julie Taymor’s production of Mozart’s fairytale masterpiece, debuting the full-length German version. Kathryn Lewek stars as the Queen of the Night, with Markus Werba as Papageno and René Pape as the high-priest Sarastro.
Puccini – New Production
Sat & Sun • January 27 & 28 • 1 pm Andris Nelsons conducts a new staging of Puccini’s dramatic tragedy, directed by Sir David McVicar. Kristine Opolais and Vittorio Grigolo star as the heroine Tosca and her lover Cavaradossi, with Bryn Terfel as the villainous Scarpia.
Saturday live simulcasts are held in Loew Auditorium. With one exception indicated with an *, Sunday encores are in Spaulding. Hop Members (Advocate level and above) and Met members receive priority ticketing. 48
Così Fan Tutte
COSÌ FAN TUTTE
Sat & Sun • February 10 & 11 • 12 pm
Sat & Sun • March 31 & April 1* • 1 pm
Bartlett Sher’s production of this comic gem stars Pretty Yende as the spirited Adina, with Matthew Polenzani as the besotted peasant and Ildebrando D’Arcangelo as the potionpeddling Doctor Dulcamara. Conductor Domingo Hindoyan makes his company debut.
Phelim McDermott sets Mozart’s comic opera in the 1950s on Coney Island for a raucous funhouse feel. Amanda Majeski and Serena Malfi are the sisters whose faithfulness is tested, with Tony Award-winner Kelli O’Hara as their feisty maid. David Robertson conducts.
Sat & Sun • February 24 & 25 • 12:30 pm
Sat & Sun • April 14 & 15 • 12:30 pm
Franco Zeffirelli’s classic production of the Met’s most-performed opera now stars a vibrant young cast: Sonya Yoncheva as Mimì opposite Michael Fabiano as the passionate writer Rodolfo and Susanna Phillips as the flirtatious Musetta. Marco Armiliato conducts.
Met Music Director Emeritus James Levine conducts a revival of Verdi’s tragedy about a peasant girl (Sonya Yoncheva) who sacrifices her own happiness in an attempt to save her father’s (Plácido Domingo) life.
Massenet – Met Premiere
Sat & Sun • March 10 & 11 • 1 pm Angela Meade stars as the legendary Assyrian queen in Rossini’s final Italian opera, which has not been seen at the Met in 25 years. Maurizio Benini is at the baton, with Elizabeth DeShong as the Commander of the Assyrian army and Javier Camarena as an Indian king Idreno.
Sat & Sun • April 28 & 29 • 1 pm Massenet’s enchanting Cinderella opera premieres at the Met, conducted by Bertrand de Billy and directed by Laurent Pelly (La Fille du Régiment). Joyce DiDonato sings the title role, with Alice Coote as Prince Charmant and Stephanie Blythe as the evil stepmother.
HOP MEMBERSHIP Get the most out of your Hop experience: Join now for the 2017/2018 season!
WITH $100 OR MORE, HOP MEMBERS: • Enjoy a generous pre-sale period for 2017/2018 shows • Get a variety of ticket benefits, such as exchange privileges and waived fees • Receive invitations to exclusive members-only events • Attend quarterly after-parties (a new benefit for all members) • Benefit from ticket concierge service (available to the Bentley Fellow level and above) • Access the Jaffe-Friede Gallery Donor Lounge before select shows (a new benefit available to the Investor level and above) • Provide vital support to the Hop’s artistic and educational programming • And much more Join by July 7 to take full advantage of your membership. To join or find out more, visit hop.dartmouth.edu/online/members, call 603.646.2006, or include a membership with your ticket order. #hopmembers
HOP OUTREACH & ARTS EDUCATION Discover how the performing arts support lifelong learning through the Hop’s campus, community and school partnerships. Nearly 15,000 people are involved in over 275 Outreach events annually, including classroom visits, community meetings, artist talks, master classes and post-performance discussions. Make meaningful connections with artists today!
YOUTH PROGRAMMING HOPSTOP FAMILY SERIES Free! Unless otherwise noted, each date includes performances one Saturday a month in Hanover at 11 am and Claremont at 3 pm. Recommended for families with young children ages 3 and up. September 9 October 14 November 18
Modern Times Theater music and puppets Antonio Rocha storyteller Jason Tardy high-energy juggling
Tanglewood Marionettes The Dragon King (Hanover only)
Middle Eastern Dance Group and Soyeya African Dance Troupe (Hanover only)
March 17 April 28 May 12
Pete’s Posse music inspired by St. Patrick’s Day Alissa Coates children’s music World Music Percussion Ensemble (Hanover) Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers Everybody Loves Pirates (Claremont)
SCHOOL MATINEE SERIES Calling all educators! Subsidized performances for schools and registered home school families. Mon • September 25 Mon • October 16 Mon • November 6 Fri • December 1 Fri • January 12 Mon • February 5 Fri • March 2
Theatreworks USA Dragons Love Tacos (p. 5) David Gonzalez Cuentos: Tales from the Latino World (p. 10) Theatreworks USA Miss Nelson is Missing (p. 5) Air Play (p. 14) Malpaso Dance Company (p. 18) Jabber (p. 22) Qyrq Qyz (Forty Girls) (p. 24)
To purchase school show tickets: 603.646.9600 For more information about Outreach and Arts Education Programs: email@example.com 603.646.2422
MARK YOUR CALENDAR JULY 7 • 10 AM: MEMBER PRE-SALES BEGIN • online or paper orders only (no phone or window sales) • paper orders may be dropped off beginning July 7 To become a Hop Member, visit hop.dartmouth.edu/online/members
JULY 28 • 10 AM: SUBSCRIBER & GENERAL PUBLIC SALES BEGIN • online or paper orders only (no phone or window sales) • paper orders may be dropped off beginning July 28
AUGUST 4 • 10 AM: PHONE & WINDOW SALES BEGIN • Popular shows may be sold out.
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE EMPLOYEE PRICING: Receive 10 percent off a maximum of two adult tickets per Hop event, excluding high-definition broadcasts and film screenings. Cannot be combined with other discounts. PHONE: 603.646.2422 HOP BOX OFFICE HOURS: Mon–Fri 10 am–6 pm • Sat 1–6 pm TIPS FOR ONLINE PURCHASES • In advance of the on-sale date, go to hop.dartmouth.edu and log in to your existing account or create a new account. Current 2017/2018 Hop Members: remember to log in to your existing Membership account to receive your benefits. Renewing or new Hop Members: as soon as you put a 2017/2018 membership gift in your shopping cart, your membership benefits will apply to your entire order. • At the time of ordering, log in to your account, then make your selections. • To make the best seats available to each buyer, there is a time limit for online orders to protect the ticket inventory. You will see the timer in your shopping cart. • SUBSCRIBERS! Choose your live shows first and complete that purchase, then place a second order for HD broadcasts and films separately. These purchases do not qualify for Subscriber discounts so it’s easier to make them as a separate order.
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Los Angeles Guitar Quartet Wed • Sep 13 • 7 pm
Teatro Sur Inútiles (Useless) Fri & Sat • Jan 5 & 6 • 8 pm
Dada Masilo Giselle Fri & Sat • Mar 30 & 31 • 8 pm
Roomful of Teeth Tue • Jan 9 • 7 pm
Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma Thu • Apr 5 • 7 pm
Theater of War Antigone In Ferguson Fri & Sat • Sep 15 & 16 • 8 pm Kyle Abraham Abraham.In.Motion Dearest Home Thu • Sep 21 • 7 pm Fri • Sep 22 • 8 pm Theatreworks USA Dragons Love Tacos Sun • Sep 24 • 3 pm Emerson String Quartet Sat • Sep 30 • 8 pm
Malpaso Dance Company Thu • Jan 11 • 7 pm Fri • Jan 12 • 8 pm Riyaaz Qawwali Fri • Jan 19 • 8 pm Musicians From Marlboro Wed • Jan 24 • 7 pm Dartmouth Idol Semi Finals Fri • Feb 2 • 8 pm
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Jabber Sun • Feb 4 • 2 pm with Wynton Marsalis Tue • Oct 3 • 7 pm José González Tue • Feb 6 • 7 pm Music Department Residency Del Sol Quartet and ZOFO Dartmouth Symphony Sat • Oct 14 • 8 pm Orchestra Fri • Feb 9 • 8 pm David Gonzalez Cuentos: Tales From the Gregory Porter Latino World Tue • Feb 13 • 7 pm Sun • Oct 15 • 3 pm Pink Martini Tue • Oct 17 • 7 pm
Dartmouth College Glee Club Fri • Feb 16 • 6:30 & 9 pm
Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble Sat • Oct 21 • 8 pm
Dartmouth Theater Department 1984 Fri & Sat • Feb 16 & 17 • 8 pm Thu-Sat • Feb 22-24 • 8 pm Sun • Feb 18 & 25 • 2 pm
World Music Percussion Ensemble Wed • Oct 25 • 7 pm Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra Sat • Oct 28 • 8 pm Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble Fri • Nov 3 • 8 pm Dartmouth Theater Department Cabaret Fri & Sat • Nov 3 & 4 • 8 pm Thu-Sat • Nov 9-11 • 8 pm Sun • Nov 5 & 12 • 2 pm Dartmouth College Glee Club Sun • Nov 5 • 2 pm
World Music Percussion Ensemble Sat • Feb 17 • 8 pm Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble Sun • Feb 18 • 2 pm Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble Sat • Feb 24 • 8 pm Music Department Residency Qyrq Qyz (Forty Girls) Thu • Mar 1 • 7 pm Dartmouth Idol Finals Fri • Mar 2 • 8 pm
Gob Squad Collective War and Peace Fri & Sat • Apr 6 & 7 • 8 pm Sally Pinkas, piano Tue • Apr 10 • 7 pm Daymé Arocena Thu • Apr 12 • 7 pm Anthony Hudson Looking for Tiger Lily Thu • Apr 19 • 7 & 9:30 pm Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain Fri • Apr 20 • 8 pm An Evening with Leslie Odom, Jr. Sat • Apr 21 • 8 pm Inon Barnatan, piano Wed • Apr 25 • 7 pm Dartmouth College Gospel Choir Sat • Apr 28 • 2 pm Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble Sat • May 5 • 8 pm Dartmouth College Glee Club Sun • May 6 • 2 pm World Music Percussion Ensemble Sat • May 12 • 11 am Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble Sat • May 12 • 8 pm Handel Society of Dartmouth College Sat • May 19 • 8 pm Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra Fri & Sat • May 25 & 26 • 8 pm Dartmouth Dance Ensemble Fri & Sat • May 25 & 26 • 8 pm
Theatreworks USA Miss Nelson is Missing Sun • Nov 5 • 3 pm Sally Pinkas & Patricia Shands Wed • Nov 8 • 7 pm Dartmouth College Gospel Choir Sat • Nov 11 • 8 pm Handel Society of Dartmouth College Tue • Nov 14 • 7 pm Air Play Sat • Dec 2 • 3 & 7 pm 603.646.2422
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