HOPKINS CENTER for the
windows onto new perspectives The Hop’s famous façade is all about windows, and so is the Hop itself: windows into the brilliance of a mega-watt star or up-and-coming talent; the inner lives of everyone from Revolutionary-era Americans to Rio street dancers; and countless other “aha moments” of surprise, passion and enlightenment. Whether you’re a child attending your first HopStop, a Dartmouth student engaged in a topflight ensemble or theater production, or one of the tens of thousands who each year flock to concerts, master classes, workshops, films and HD-video broadcasts, the Hop is your window onto artistic discovery.
DISCOVER 25+ VISITING ARTISTS IN 60 MINUTES! thu jul 16 5:30 pm Alumni Hall • free
Be among the first to experience the sights and sounds of the Hop’s 2015/2016 Visiting Artist season with Hop Programming Director Margaret Lawrence. Enjoy delicious refreshments courtesy of the Canoe Club, plus the chance to win Hop tickets, dinner at the Canoe Club and more. Behind-the-scenes tours of the Hop follow the presentation.
A 24-Decade History of Popular Music: 1776-1806
Fabulousness can come in many forms, and Taylor Mac seems intent on assuming each and every one of them.” The New York Times
thu Sep 17 7 pm THE Moore THEATER $25 • DS $10 • GA
Taylor Mac aims an incomparable voice and high-voltage stage presence at our nation’s first three decades in this merry mash-up of music, history and performance art. Clad in glittering, over-the-top drag, Mac unveils hidden queer histories through period songs and playful but trenchant commentary. Part of what will become an epic show covering 1776 to the present, it’s an exhilarating three-hour ride courtesy of a boundary-breaking, audienceenlisting, gleefully subversive theatrical imagination. May contain adult language/themes. 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.
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aspen santa fe
fri & sat SEP 25 & 26 8 pm The Moore Theater $25/40/50 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
The grace and elegance of classical ballet coupled with a repertoire full of sharp new works makes Aspen Santa Fe Ballet one of America’s leading contemporary ballet companies, breaking new ground through its blend of European aesthetic and American vigor. Known for commissioning new works by the world’s foremost choreographers, the company brings to the Hop Finnish choreographer Jorma Elo’s tour de force 1st Flash and the Brooklyn-born Nicolo Fonte’s bright, open The Heart(s)pace. Sponsored by
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JUNIE B’s essential survival guide to school
They raise the bar, and then they jump over it.” The New York Times
sun SEP 27 3 pm spaulding auditorium $18/18/23 • DS $10 • 18&U $13/13/18 Junie B. Jones is back with the next chapter in her quest to triumph over the adversities of childhood. A sequel to one of Theatreworks’ most successful shows ever, this tartly observant new musical finds our spunky heroine in first grade and full of useful tips for facing challenges from backpacks to bus rides to report cards. Recommended for ages 5 and up. American Sign Language Interpreted
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One of the world’s eminent string ensembles, the Grammy-winning Takács Quartet is praised as “peerless” and “consistently invigorating” (The New York Times), and “at the peak of its profession” (Boston Globe). Formed 40 years ago in Budapest and long based in the US, this Hop favorite has amassed an impressive array of honors and worldwide performances and an extensive recorded legacy. The quartet brings its insight to a program including Schubert’s melodically inventive 14th quartet.
the greatest string quartet
before the public today.” The Times (London)
Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.
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fri SEP 25 8 pm spaulding auditorium $25/40/50 • DS $10 18&u $17/17/19
Zahra noorbakhsh in
All Atheists Are Muslim
Skewers stereotypes as much as it elicits laughs from them.” San Francisco Chronicle
fri oct 2 8 pm Warner Bentley Theater $25 • DS $10 • GA
Can Zahra have her atheist and be Muslim, too? No problem: She just needs to convince her immigrant Iranian parents to approve of her living with her “SoCal” infidel—err, non-believing—boyfriend. A leading comic voice for American Muslim millennials, Noorbakhsh imbues this one-woman “sparkling autobiographical comedy” (The Villager, NYC) with a keen ear for character and a nimble compassion for the challenges of navigating multiple identities. Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts. Cosponsored by Dartmouth’s Tucker Foundation, GRID, Religion Department and Women & Gender Studies.
String Quartet No. 14 in A Flat, Op. 105
String Quartet in C Major, Op. 74, No. 1
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la santa cecilia Truly a band without borders, seamlessly blending Tex-Mex, bossa nova, tango, and bolero influences—all with a huge dollop of soul.” The Christian Science Monitor
wed oct 7 7 pm spaulding auditorium $20/25/25 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
This Grammy-winning band traverses a musical landscape as diverse as its home base of LA, churning together cumbia, tango, rock, rumba, jazz and even klezmer into its own brand of joyfully explosive international pop. Featuring accordion, guitar and percussion behind the vocals of the soulful and charismatic Marisol Hernández (“a belter, a crooner, a seductress”—Boston Globe), La Santa Cecilia is an emerging musical face of young Latinos—and a poignant voice for immigration reform. Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center.
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THE BAD PLUS Joshua Redman “About as badass as highbrow gets.” Boston Globe
As though it was always destined to be, powerhouse jazz trio The Bad Plus finds its fated fourth member in longtime friend and collaborator, saxophonist Joshua Redman. Redman’s melodic prowess blends seamlessly with the “avant-garde populism” of Reid Anderson, Ethan Iverson and David King—pushing the boundaries of jazz. Metroland describes the supergroup best: “Imagine if the Beatles had spent the first decade of their career as a trio before adding Paul. It’s like that.”
tue oct 13 7 pm spaulding auditorium $25/35/40 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
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“T he future of classical music in America.” Los Angeles Times
Stevens Suite from “Run Rabbit Run” Tchaikovsky
Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op. 33
Symphony No. 4, “Italian” Recitative
Knights After-hours music parties among brilliant instrumentalist friends gave rise to this Brooklynbased orchestral collective whose members share top-notch musicianship and a passion for musical discovery. In this return Hop engagement, the orchestra performs a new work by indie singersongwriter Sufjan Stevens as well as a Mendelssohn work reflecting the warmth and color of Italy and, with Vogler (“power, lyrical quality and passion”—The New York Times), Tchaikovsky’s Mozart-inspired Rococo. Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.
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Sollima Federico II
Jan Vogler cello
fri oct 16 8 pm spaulding auditorium $25/35/45 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
fri & sat oct 23 & 24 three performances & Panel discussion Faulkner Recital Hall & Rollins Chapel Free
sep 1–dec 10 Related exhibition, Baker Library Main Hall Program details and downloadable commemorative booklet containing interviews, essays and photographs, at hop.dartmouth.edu in September.
A CELEB RATIO N OF CHRIS TIAN WOLF F
CHRISTIA N WOLFF A CELEBRAT ION OF
Los Angeles Times on Christian Wolff
Each composition is a unique artistic construct.”
Music Department Residency
THE EXCEPTION AND THE RULE:
A celebration of Christian Wolff featuring International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) Emeritus Dartmouth music and classics professor Wolff is a seminal new music composer, having collaborated with artists like composer John Cage and choreographer Merce Cunningham and devising approaches that have influenced generations since. Featuring the protean new music ensemble ICE and more than 10 international guests, this festival explores Wolff’s body of work and the joyful invention, committed social activism and tireless curiosity that has animated it. The Exception and the Rule is sponsored by the Dartmouth Dept. of Music, Hopkins Center, offices of the President, Provost, and Dean of the College; Department of Classics and Comparative Literature Program; and the Dartmouth College Library. Major funders include the Leonard J. Reade 1917 American Music Fund and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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Renée Fleming Rapturous lyricism… Fleming’s seductive beauty of sound is difficult to resist.” Financial Times
Whether holding listeners spellbound in the world’s top opera houses and concert halls, in televised appearances at the Olympics and the Super Bowl, or on the superb recordings that have won her four Grammy Awards, this “people’s diva” is a breathtaking performer, with a sumptuous voice, consummate artistry and charismatic stage presence. Fleming’s Hop debut showcases her interpretative breadth, including opera selections and works from the Great American Songbook. With piano accompaniment. Funded in part by the Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artist Series Fund, Daniel S. Bernstein ’87 P’18 and Claire Foerster P’18 and by Hopkins Center Members.
tue Oct 27 7 pm Spaulding Auditorium $50/70/100 • DS $10
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An Evening with
Jake Shimabukuro “A musical style that is energetic to the point of athletic.” USA Today
mon nov 9 7 pm Spaulding Auditorium $25/30/35 • DS $10 18&u $17/17/19
In the hands of young Hawaiian ukulele virtuoso Shimabukuro—whose phenomenally fluid finger work combines jazz, blues, funk, rock, bluegrass, classical, folk and flamenco—the tiny instrument attains an outsized musical presence. Since blowing up the Internet nine years ago with his soulful, nearly orchestral version of While My Guitar Gently Weeps, this “Jimi Hendrix of the ukulele” has brought mesmerizing solo performances to euphoric audiences around the world. Funded in part by the Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund.
Skippyjon Jones Snow What
sat DEC 5 3 pm The Moore Theater $18/18/23 • DS $10 18&u $13/13/18
Bustling with energy and imagination, Skippyjon Jones “knows” he is not a Siamese cat but actually a fierce Chihuahua sword fighter. In this playful new winter musical, while his sisters curl up to Mother Cat’s reading of Snow White, Skippy assumes his alter ego and charges full steam into his closet—er, the wilderness—to fight a dragon and save a principessa frozen in a block of ice. Recommended for ages 3 and up.
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“It’s hard not to get caught up in the magic…utter
wed jan 13 7 pm spaulding auditorium $20/25/30 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
DakhaBrakha This hot folk-punk quartet from Kiev brings audiences to their feet worldwide with a joyous, liberating musical mix of ancient Ukrainian melodies and indie rock, pop and world music. A theatrical foursome in striking folk attire, they accompany their otherworldly Balkan-style harmonies with floating accordion and cello lines and thundering African and Asian percussion, celebrating national pride in uncertain times through the limitless power of music.
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Filter Theatre Productions in association with the Royal Shakespeare Company
Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare
This young UK theater company’s hilarious and cleverly condensed version of the Bard’s story of romance, satire and mistaken identity is a riot of physical comedy, rowdy music and hurtling plot development. On a bare stage littered with instruments and sound equipment, six actors whip in and out of the larger-than-life characters—from demure Olivia to gross Sir Toby Belch to unctuous Malvolio—bursting into song at intervals, accompanied by onstage musicians. Anarchic, spontaneous and sexy, this “rock-and-roll Shakespeare’s a blast” (The Telegraph, UK).
Fresh, fast and very funny…
zinging with vibrant irreverence.” The Times (London)
Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center. American Sign Language Interpreted
fri & sat JAN 15 & 16 8 pm The Moore theater $25/30/35 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
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This brash and breathtaking young South African dancer and choreographer reimagines Western classics through a contemporary African eye, joyfully weaving ballet with African dance. In this internationally acclaimed rendition of Swan Lake, Masilo and her company merge fluffy white tutus and bare feet, airborne jetés and earth-bound shimmies, tackling issues of societal pressure, segregation and homophobia with beauty and subversive wit.
Performance contains partial nudity. 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, with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts.
wed & thu jan 20 & 21 7 pm The moore theater $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19
A dance-lover’s delight—
rigorously intelligent, musically and choreographically.” The Star (South Africa)
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“Crystalline, impeccably voiced playing.” The New York Times
Schubert Sonata D.784 Hough Sonata No. 3 (Trinity) Franck Prelude Choral and Fugue Liszt Valse Oubliees Nos 1 and 2, Transcendental Etudes Nos. 11 (harmonies du soir) and 10
stephen houghPIANO “Arguably the finest, certainly the most intelligent and technically impressive British pianist on the circuit” (The New York Times) as well as composer, recording artist, author, blogger, poet, painter and winner of both the Naumburg Competition and a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship “genius” award, Hough infuses his music making with unparalleled insight, eloquence and humanity. With masterful technique and a keen musical imagination, he offers illuminating interpretations of well-known works, bypassed gems and new compositions—including his own. Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3 and by Hopkins Center Members.
sat jan 23 8 pm spaulding auditorium $25/40/50 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
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& friends Bill Frisell featuring
“Soulfulness, mindfulness, generosity, balance.” The New York Times on Charles Lloyd
Reuben Rogers Eric Harland
Saxophonist Lloyd is one of the jazz world’s living greats, with a lyrical, magisterial sound and adventurous drive. He and his long-standing rhythm section of Harland (drums) and Rogers (bass)—young players fully in sync with Lloyd’s fluidity, creativity and focused power—are joined by kindred spirit Frisell, one of the leading jazz guitarists of his generation, who shares with Lloyd a gift for spacious, meditative musical journeying. Funded in part by the Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund.
wed jan 27 7 pm spaulding auditorium $25/35/40 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19
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Sarah Chang violin
Since making her astounding debut with the New York Philharmonic at age 8, Chang has matured from child prodigy into an artist with staying power—“flawless delivery, deep musical intelligence and barely contained expressive exuberance” (The Irish Times). With 20 years of well-received recordings and a terrifically packed tour schedule that includes solos with the world’s top orchestras, she brings her passionate musical authority to great violin repertoire. She performs with Elizalde, a soloist of “compelling artistry and power” (Seattle Times). Funded in part by the Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artist Series Fund.
wed feb 3 7 pm spaulding auditorium $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19
Full, beautiful tone, unimpeachable
intonation and restrained sincerity.” The New York Times
on Sarah Chang
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Sally Pinkas and Evan Hirsch “Exquisite performance.” The Wall Street Journal
tue feb 16 7 pm Spaulding auditorium $21/23/27 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
Concerts by this warm, virtuosic musical pair (and married couple) have become a Valentine’s Day staple at the Hopkins Center. Fresh from a performance tour of the Philippines, they bring a program sure to delight, drawing on a four-handed and two-piano repertoire that includes classical, Romantic, contemporary works and, especially for the holiday, love songs.
Music Department Residency
“Surges of rhythmic adrenaline.” The Boston Globe
Rhythm and Dance of India thu mar 3 7 pm the moore theater • $25 • DS $10 • 18&U $17
In a Hop exclusive, Sandeep Das—a Grammy-nominated master of the expressive Indian tabla drum and founding member of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble—leads an intimate ensemble of Indian musicians and dancers. He and Ramesh Mishra, one of India’s most celebrated players of the bowed, voice-like sarangi, engage in subtle musical conversations with acclaimed Boston-based Indian dancers Mouli Pal and Urmi Samadar, who reveal the sinuous moves of Odissi and the thrilling percussive style of Kathak.
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yamato DRUMMERS OF JAPAN
Unbridled enthusiasm, much
humor and great musical variety.” The Scotsman (UK)
tue feb 23 7 pm
Young, modern and unbelievably energetic, the men and women of Yamato turn the ancient Japanese art of taiko drumming into a heartpounding spectacle of athleticism, precision and exhilarating musical expertise. Under dramatic lighting, wielding a battery of percussion instruments around a six-foot-diameter drum at center stage, they whirl through musical moods ranging from thunderous power to delicate beauty and tamashy (spirit).
Spaulding auditorium • $20/25/30 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19
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most original musical theater works…in years.” The New York Times
With inventive stagecraft employing acrobatics and illusion, internationally celebrated director and designer Thaddeus Phillips and his four-member cast conjure this striking and surreal “action opera” examining the mysterious final days of Edgar Allen Poe—who, history tells us, set off for New York but instead ended up, delirious and disheveled, in Baltimore. Told through eerie, enchanting songs by musician/actors Jeremy and David Wilhelm, Red-Eye takes the audience on “without a doubt, one of the most spellbinding trips…in a long time” (Boston Globe). Funded in part by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Theater Project, with lead funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Lucidity Suitcase Intercontinental and Wilhelm Bros. & Co.
Red-Eye to Havre de Grace
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fri & sat apr 1 & 2 8 pm the moore theater $25/25/35 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
The group’s personnel has changed in its 53 years—and the repertoire now includes the likes of Björk and Mumford & Sons as well as their famous Bach and jazz—but the Swingle Singers’ superb a cappella sound remains impeccable, light and gleaming. With 50-plus recordings, five Grammy awards and appearances on Sex and the City, Glee and The West Wing, this London-based septet continues to set the standard for ensemble vocals.
Never less than
The Washington Post
thu apr 7 7 pm spaulding auditorium $20/25/30 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19
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urbana de dança Dynamic. Vital. Poetic. Explosive. Encore Magazine
With electrically charged athleticism, this Brazilian dance troupe is one of the most exciting new ensembles on the world stage. Young dancers from Rio de Janeiro’s suburbs and favelas fuse street, hip hop, samba, capoeira and contemporary dance to create intense and beautiful stories based on their own life experiences. “An absolute marvel of gritty physical energy” (San Francisco Chronicle), they take audiences to a realm where dance is funky, freeing and done from the heart. Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts.
fri & sat apr 8 & 9 8 pm the moore theater $25/35/40 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19
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Hop Co-commission new england premiere
Maria Schneider orchestra
“Exquisitely orchestrated, walking-on-air compositions… profoundly moving.” Detroit Free Press Big band jazz composer Schneider’s music awes listeners with its color, lyricism and versatility—bouncing and freewheeling one moment and flowing with lush Impressionism the next. Winner of three Grammy awards (one for a Hop co-commission, Winter Morning Walks), and sought after by collaborators from Jazz at Lincoln Center to Kronos Quartet to David Bowie, she returns to the Hop with her 17-piece band (“musicians of tremendous technical sophistication and emotional energy”—Christian Science Monitor) and another eagerly anticipated Hop co-commission. 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’ Art Works. Funded in part by the Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund and by Hopkins Center Members.
tue apr 19 7 pm spaulding auditorium $25/40/50 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
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“Dynamic and unstoppable.”
The New York Times
With a “canyon-filling voice” (Billboard) and equally strong social commitment, Angélique Kidjo is a truly transnational superstar. Her Grammy-winning music blends grooves from her native West Africa as well as R&B, jazz, samba and more—and her “appeal cuts across not only genres, but also generations” (Boston Globe). A UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and a tireless crusader for women’s and children’s rights, Kidjo infuses her unforgettable live performances with a transformative message of human possibility and an irresistible appeal to get up and dance.
Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center and the Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artist Series Fund.
tue apr 26 7 pm spaulding auditorium $30/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19
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thu apr 28 7 pm rollins chapel $20 • DS $10 • 18&U $17 • GA
Music Department Residency
Ensemble Sequentia The Monk Sings the Pagan: Medieval songs of heroes, gods and strong women
Transport[s] our jangled modern ears and minds to a contemplative state.” Boston Globe
Led by renowned singer, musician and scholar Bagby—who enthralled Hop audiences in 2009 with his solo Beowulf— Sequentia dusts off early music and forges a living connection to the past. In a meticulously researched and vividly imagined program, this international group of singers and instrumentalists explores the little-known secular music of medieval monks, who set to music earthy, pre-Christian Roman writings, giving voice to their pagan ancestors.
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Sally Pinkas piano Jan Müller-Szeraws cello
tue may 17 7 pm
The Hop’s pianist-in-residence is joined by cellist Jan MüllerSzeraws (“assured, moving, and ultimately emotionally overpowering performance” —Boston Musical Intelligencer), with whom she also plays in Trio Tremonti. Expect works by Mendelssohn and Beethoven, mainstays of the duo’s performances elsewhere in New England.
spaulding auditorium $21/23/27 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19
“Beautifully phrased performance, graced with exquisite tone.” Gramophone
Hop Commission/ World Premiere
American Contemporary Music Ensemble with Tristan Perich
“Contemporary music dynamos.” NPR
MAY 2016 date/venue to be determined • FREE
As he did with his 2013 Hop exhibit of installations, Perich leads us to a possibility-filled realm where science and sound meet. A part of the Hop’s ongoing STEM Arts series, Perich’s new composition is based on dialogues with Dartmouth mathematicians. It’s performed by the stellar American Contemporary Music Ensemble, last at the Hop in 2013 with an opera about cult tech genius Nikola Tesla. Funded in part by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.
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Don Juan Comes Back from the War translation by Christopher Hampton of Ödön von Horváth’s 1936 drama fri & sat NOV 6 & 7 8 pm thu-sat NOV 12-14 8 pm sun NOV 8 & 15 2 pm the MOORE THEATER • $12 • DS $5 • AOS $10 Take a journey through a blasted, post-apocalyptic landscape with one of history’s most notorious lovers as he searches for his lost love...but encounters a new kind of woman! A darkly comic classic, Don Juan Comes Back from the War is a timeless tale of epic tragedy and scintillating humor.
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Murder. Greed. Corruption. Violence. Exploitation. Adultery. Treachery. Set amidst the razzle-dazzle decadence of the 1920s, Chicago is the story of Roxie Hart, a housewife and nightclub dancer who murders her on-the-side lover after he threatens to walk out on her. Desperate to avoid conviction, she dupes the public, the media and her rival cellmate, Velma Kelly, by hiring Chicago’s slickest criminal lawyer to transform her malicious crime into a barrage of sensational headlines, the likes of which might just as easily be ripped from today’s tabloids.
The Dartmouth Department of Theater’s MainStage productions are directed and designed by its faculty and other guest artists, and feature the work of student actors, stage managers, design assistants and others working closely with the professional staff. Throughout the year, a series of productions are directed, designed and acted entirely by students, with mentoring by Theater Department faculty. For information on upcoming events, go to theater.dartmouth.edu. 603.646.2422 • 27
anthony princiotti conductor
sat Nov 7 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 (“Emperor”) with Cory Chang ‘13 Stravinsky The Rite of Spring
sat FEB 27 8 pm
The music becomes very real because everyone’s connected and making something beautiful together.” Molly Ryan ’17
Spaulding Auditorium $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet Satie Parade Elgar Romance for Bassoon with Autumn Chuang ‘16 Bartók Concerto for Orchestra
sat May 28 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 Sibelius Symphony No. 3 Beethoven Symphony No. 9 with Handel Society and Glee Club
Led by conductor Anthony Princiotti, 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.
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Louis Burkot director
This 40-voice student ensemble is led by opera conductor Louis Burkot. The ensemble’s repertory spans four centuries, including masterworks of choral-orchestral literature, fully staged operettas with all-student casts, large and small a cappella works, and the cherished songs of Dartmouth College.
Monumental Mozart sun nov 1 2 pm spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 With student and professional soloists and orchestra Requiem Mass in D minor, K. 626 Excerpts from The Magic Flute, K. 620
We’re all here because we are really passionate about choral singing.” Jordana Composto ’16
The French Connection fri feb 19 8 pm spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 Fauré Cantique de Jean Racine Bizet Smugglers’ Quintet from Carmen Selections by Poulenc and Ravel Spring concert to be announced
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BARBARY COAST Jazz Ensemble
It’s refreshing to play with a group of students who are so devoted to jazz.” Kim Hassel ’16
don glasgo director
sat Oct 24 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 • GA Special guest artist to be announced 40th Annual
winter carnival Concert fri Feb 12 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 • GA Special guest artist to be announced
Senior Feature Concert sat May 21 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 • GA In this annual celebration, graduating players shape the program for an evening of eclectic, high-energy fun!
Under the direction of trombonist/composer/arranger Don Glasgo, the Coast’s student players are steeped in African American, Afro-Caribbean and New Orleans jazz traditions. Their wideranging repertoire—including funk and Latin styles—is honed through extended residencies with distinguished guest artists.
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WORLD MUSIC Percussion Ensemble hafiz shabazz director
wed Nov 4 7 pm Spaulding Auditorium $10 • DS $5 • GA
sun Feb 7 2 pm Spaulding Auditorium $10 • DS $5 • GA
wed May 25 7 pm
Led by ethnomusicologist/drummer Hafiz Shabazz, the ensemble’s repertoire ranges from ancient African to Brazilian and Latin American rhythms. Along with teaching the ethos and technique of world percussion traditions, the ensemble offers students opportunities to work closely with guest artists.
Spaulding Auditorium $10 • DS $5 • GA
The rhythms we play are infectious and the audience truly gets involved in the music.” Kieran Sim ‘17
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Dartmouth College Wind
The quality of our concerts just keep getting better and the music more ambitious.” Aadam Barclay ’16
Matthew m. marsit conductor
Eastern European Treasures fri oct 30 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 With special guest conductor Timothy Reynish Nikolai Myaskovsky Symphony No. 19 in Eb Kenneth Hesketh Vranjanka Davor Bobic Pictures from Zagorje Stanislaw Skrowaczewski Music for Winds Conductor Matthew Marsit leads student and select community musicians through an exciting array of repertoire for the wind ensemble, ranging from the 19th century through modern compositions, 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.
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Music of David Maslanka sun FEB 21 2 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 Morning Star Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Wind Ensemble Symphony No. 8
The Great Spirit sat MAY 7 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 Ferran’s picturesque, richly melodic symphony plus complementary works. Joseph Turrin C hronicles for Trumpet and Wind Symphony Ferrer Ferran S ymphony No. 3 “The Great Spirit”
gospel choir The songs are about hope and unity and each concert is like a party!” Asha Pollydore ’17
walt cunningham director
sat nov 14 2 pm Spaulding Auditorium $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • GA
sat apr 30 2 pm Spaulding Auditorium $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • GA
Dartmouth Semi-finals fri Feb 5 8 pm
Spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 • GA
finals fri Mar 4 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • GA
Singer/pianist Walt 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.
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We all come from different walks of life and come together to achieve the goal of making music.” Raul Del Cid ’17
of Dartmouth College robert duff conductor
tue Nov 17 7 pm Spaulding auditorium $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10 Handel Messiah
sat May 14 8 pm Spaulding auditorium $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10 Bach B-Minor Mass
Led by conductor Robert Duff, the nation’s oldest town-gown choral society performs major choralorchestral works, both old and new, including world premieres. With each concert, more than 100 Dartmouth students, faculty, staff and community members strive to provide transformative musical experiences.
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john heginbotham director rebecca stenn guest co-director
Led this year by John Heginbotham and Rebecca Stenn—two New York City-based choreographers who direct their own busy companies—this ensemble brings together serious dancers of varied backgrounds in a collaborative, creative environment that invites student input. Performance opportunities throughout the academic year include a range of informal appearances and a main stage production.
fri & sat MAY 27 & 28 8 pm The moore theater • $10 • DS $5 • GA
It’s been a really gratifying experience working with professional choreographers.” Danielle Jones ’17
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members MAKE IT HAPPEN!
Member contributions provide crucial support for Hopkins Center programs that delight, inspire and inform audiences of all ages. In appreciation, Hop Members receive valuable insider benefits.
• Be the first to purchase tickets • Attend special events • Engage with artists • Connect to your community Be a part of the excitement—become a Hop member today! Details at hop.dartmouth.edu/online/members.
HOP MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES AND BENEFITS (July 1, 2015–June 30, 2016)
• Priority ticket ordering of up to 4 tickets per show* • Invitation to sneak preview of new season’s visiting artist performances • Invitation to annual Hop Members’ celebration • Advance notice of new live shows added to the season • Name listed in annual newsletter and select playbills • Waived ticket processing fees • Ticket exchange privileges
Advocate $250-$499 All of the above, plus:
• Priority ticket ordering of up to 6 tickets per show* • 15% discount for dining at the Hanover Inn and free valet parking with dinner reservation (value: $15 per individual member**) • Advance purchasing privileges for The Metropolitan Opera: Live in HD series (Met Pass only)
Partner $500-$999 All of the above, plus:
• Parking validation at the Hanover Parking Garage for each show purchased • Invitations to Partner events like open rehearsals, panel discussions and receptions
Investor $1,000-$2,499 All of the above, plus:
• Invitation to a private event with a Hopkins Center performing artist • CD in your genre choice of the season’s performances (value: $15** )
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Bentley Fellow $2,500-$4,999 All of the above, plus:
• First access to tickets for the new season and personalized assistance with ordering (early season order deadline applies) • Name on plaque in Upper Jewett Corridor • Invitation to performing arts trip with the Hopkins Center’s Howard Gilman Director
Backstage Circle $5,000-$9,999 All of the above, plus:
• Invitation to lunch with the Hopkins Center’s Howard Gilman Director •C redit in printed program for sponsorship of one Hop visiting performing artist event
Top of the Hop $10,000+ All of the above, plus:
• Commissioning opportunities available at this level
* Priority ticket ordering includes all Visiting Performing Artists and Hop Performance Ensembles and is based on availability. ** Acceptance of this benefit requires a deduction from the value of your tax receipt. For complete details of membership levels and benefits visit hop.dartmouth.edu/online/members or call Membership Coordinator Linda Lewis at 603.646.2006.
outreach & arts education
Building bridges between artists, Dartmouth and the Upper Valley, Outreach embodies the Hop’s mission to “ignite and sustain a passion for the arts.” Nearly 12,000 people attend over 250 outreach events annually, including lectures, master classes, pre- and post-performance discussions, classroom visits and community meetings. Outreach programs provide meaningful connections with artists and illuminate the performing arts’ role in lifelong learning.
HOPSTOP FAMILY SERIES
Free! Saturday mornings at 11 am. Recommended for families with young children, ages 3 and up.
Oct 31 The Dance Collective Nov 21 Michael Zerphy Jan 16 Rockapellas and Soyeya African Dance Troupe Feb 27 Dartmouth Swing Club and East Bay Jazz Ensemble Mar 19 Upper Valley Music Center Apr 9
Companhia Urbana de Dança (p. 22)
May 21 The Swing Peepers
SCHOOL MATINEE SERIES
Subsidized performances for schools and registered home school families.
mon Sep 28 Theatreworks USA Junie B.’s Essential Survival Guide to School (p. 3) thu Oct 8
La Santa Cecilia (p. 6)
fri Dec 4 Theatreworks USA Skippyjon Jones in Snow What? (p. 11) fri jan 15 Filter Theatre/Royal Shakespeare Company Twelfth Night (p. 13) wed Feb 24 Yamato (p. 19) fri mar 4 Rhythm and Dance of India (p. 18) fri apr 8
Companhia Urbana de Dança Na Pista (p. 22)
fri apr 20
Maria Schneider Orchestra (p. 23)
For more information about Outreach & Arts Education programs: 603.646.2010 or email@example.com.
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The Met: Live in HD, the Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live high-definition video transmissions to over 70 countries around the world, presents 11 operas this 2015/2016 season, including new productions. Met opera stars host the HD series, conducting live interviews with cast, crew and production teams, and introducing the popular behind-the-scenes features; altogether the worldwide HD audience is given an unprecedented look at what goes into staging an opera at one of the world’s great houses. $29 • DS $10 • Passes (all 11 shows): Met Pass $290 • Hop Member Pass $260 All simulcasts are general admission. Doors open 30 minutes before start time.
sat & sun OCT 3 & 4* 1 pm
sat & sun JAN 30 & 31 1 pm
Soprano Anna Netrebko’s dramatic and vocal skills are on full display as Leonora, the Verdi heroine who sacrifices herself for the love of the gypsy troubadour (tenor Yonghoon Lee). Marco Armiliato conducts.
Verdi – New Production
sat & sun OCT 17 & 18* 1 pm
Nina Stemme takes on the title role of China’s legendary princess, whose suitors must answer three riddles correctly or face execution. Tenor Marco Berti is the brave prince who sings “Nessun dorma” and wins her hand.
sat & sun MAR 5 & 6 1 pm
Bartlett Sher directs Verdi’s masterful adaptation of Shakespeare’s tragedy of jealousy and betrayal. Tenor Aleksandrs Antonenko plays the doomed Otello and baritone Željko Lucˇ ic´ portrays the evil Iago.
sat & sun OCT 31 & NOV 1* 12 pm
The Met stage ignites when soprano Kristine Opolais and tenor Jonas Kaufmann join forces in Puccini’s obsessive love story, which director Richard Eyre sets in occupied France with a film noir style. Fabio Luisi conducts.
Berg – New Production
sat & sun DEC 5 & 6 1 pm Soprano Marlis Petersen gives a tour-de-force performance as Berg’s notorious femme fatale on a wild journey of love, obsession and death. James Levine takes the podium. William Kentridge (The Nose) directs.
THE MAGIC FLUTE
Mozart – Encore Presentation
sat & sun DEC 12 & 13* 1 pm Enter a magical world of dancing bears, giant birds and colorful adventure in Mozart’s everpopular masterpiece, directed by Tony Awardwinner Julie Taymor (Broadway’s The Lion King). James Levine conducts.
LES PÊCHEURS DE PERLES
Bizet – New Production
sat & sun JAN 16 & 17 1 pm Bizet’s gorgeous opera of love, betrayal and vengeance returns to the Met stage for the first time in 100 years. Soprano Diana Damrau stars as a beautiful Hindu priestess pursued by rival pearl divers.
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sat & sun APR 2 & 3 1 pm
Today’s leading Wagnerian tenor Johan Botha takes on the daunting title role, opposite soprano Eva-Maria Westbroek as Elisabeth. Baritone Peter Mattei sings the friendly rival Wolfram. James Levine conducts.
Puccini – New Production
One of the world’s foremost Butterflys, soprano Kristine Opolais takes on the title role, and Roberto Alagna sings Pinkerton, the naval officer who breaks her heart. Karel Mark Chichon conducts Anthony Minghella’s breathtaking production.
Donizetti – Met Premiere
sat & sun APR 16 & 17 1 pm In this climactic opera of Donizetti’s English history trilogy, soprano Sondra Radvanovsky plays Queen Elizabeth I, forced to sign the death warrant of the nobleman she loves, Roberto Devereux (tenor Matthew Polenzani).
Strauss – New Production
sat & sun APR 30 & MAY 1 1 pm Genius director Patrice Chéreau’s overpowering vision lives on with this production, featuring soprano Nina Stemme as the obsessive antiheroine Elektra and the legendary mezzosoprano Waltraud Meier as her fearsome mother.
*In the Loew Auditorium The Saturday live simulcasts will be held in the Black Family Visual Arts Center. With a few exceptions, indicated with an *, Sunday encores continue in Spaulding. Hop Members (Advocate level and above) and Met members receive priority ticketing. See order form for details.
film In the Heart of the Sea
Producer Alix Madigan ‘84 gives career adivce
The best American independent film, restored classics, foreignlanguage gems, alumni work, hot docs, advance screenings—all make up Hop Film’s 150+ strong slate each year. And, most notably, the Dartmouth Film Society continues its 66-year tradition of weekly meetings where student cinephiles discuss movies and propose and select the upcoming themed series each term.
National Theatre Live (NT Live) delivers the best of British theater; performances are captured live in front of an audience and broadcast in high definition across Europe and America. All shows in the Loew Auditorium in the Black Family Visual Art Center. All simulcasts are general admission. Doors open 30 minutes before showtime.
HAMLET thu OCT 15, 22 & 29 7 pm $23 • DS $10 “Though this be madness, yet there is method in it.” In this eagerly awaited production, Benedict Cumberbatch (BBC’s Sherlock, The Imitation Game) takes on the title role of Shakespeare’s great tragedy. Additional 2015/2016 NT Live shows will be announced this fall.
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ChamberWorks is an annual series of free Sunday concerts, presented by the Hop and the Dartmouth Music Department. Discover the diverse talents of faculty and guest musicians in the intimate setting of Rollins Chapel. For more information visit dartmouth.edu/~music
Galleries & Exhibitions
Round out your cultural experience at the Hop with visual art exhibitions in the Jaffe-Friede and Strauss Galleries and Barrows Rotunda. Rotating approximately every six weeks, these curated shows offer a wide variety of recent work by selected guest artists, artists-inresidence, and Studio Art faculty and students. Hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 12:30-10 pm and Sunday, 12:30-5:30 pm. For more information visit hop.dartmouth.edu/online/exhibitions
THE HOP THANKS... The following major endowment funds* provided by generous donors to the Hopkins Center help make possible many of this season’s performances. Numerous other endowments contributed by Dartmouth alumni, family and friends are critically important in funding the season, as ticket sales only cover approximately 40% of the cost of performances.
Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artists Series Fund
Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3
Renée Fleming Sarah Chang Angélique Kidjo
Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts
Takács Quartet The Knights Stephen Hough American Contemporary Music Ensemble
National Endowment for the Arts Challenge Fund
Zahra Noorbahksh All Atheists are Muslim Dada Masilo Swan Lake Companhia Urbana de Dança
Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund
Supports virtually all Visiting Performing Artists events
An Evening with Jake Shimabukuro Charles Lloyd and Friends Featuring Bill Frisell, Reuben Rogers and Eric Harland Maria Schneider Orchestra
Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center La Santa Cecilia Filter Theatre Company/Royal Shakespeare Company Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare Angélique Kidjo
*Gifts and pledges of $500,000 and above
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fall ’15 TAYLOR MAC A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC: 1776-1806 THU • SEP 17 • 7 PM • MOORE $25 • DS $10 • GA
ZAHRA NOORBAKHSH ALL ATHEISTS ARE MUSLIM FRI • OCT 2 • 8 PM • BENTLEY $25 • DS $10 • GA LA SANTA CECILIA WED • OCT 7 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $20/25/25 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
TAKÁCS QUARTET FRI • SEP 25 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
THE BAD PLUS JOSHUA REDMAN TUE • OCT 13 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $25/35/40 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
ASPEN SANTA FE BALLET FRI & SAT • SEP 25 & 26 • 8 PM • MOORE $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
THE KNIGHTS FRI • OCT 16 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $25/35/45 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
THEATREWORKS USA JUNIE B. JONES SUN • SEP 27 • 3 PM • SPAULDING $18/18/23 • DS $10 • 18&U 13/13/18
BARBARY COAST JAZZ ENSEMBLE SAT • OCT 24 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 • GA
DAKHABRAKHA WED • JAN 13 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $20/25/30 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
SALLY PINKAS AND EVAN HIRSCH TUE • FEB 16 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $21/23/27 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
Filter Theatre/RSC TWELFTH NIGHT FRI & SAT • JAN 15 & 16 • 8 PM • MOORE $25/30/35 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
DARTMOUTH THEATER DEPARTMENT CHICAGO FRI & SAT • FEB 19 & 20 • 8 PM THU-SUN • FEB 25-27 • 8 PM SUN • FEB 21 & 28 • 2 PM MOORE • $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10
STEPHEN HOUGH SAT • JAN 23 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19 CHARLES LLOYD & FRIENDS WED • JAN 27 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $25/35/40 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19 SARAH CHANG WED • FEB 3 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19 DARTMOUTH IDOL SEMI-FINALS FRI • FEB 5 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 • GA WORLD MUSIC PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE SUN • FEB 7 • 2 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 • GA BARBARY COAST JAZZ ENSEMBLE FRI • FEB 12 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 • GA
RENÉE FLEMING TUE • OCT 27 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $50/70/100 • DS $10 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE FRI • OCT 30 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GLEE CLUB SUN • NOV 1 • 2 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 WORLD MUSIC PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE WED • NOV 4 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 • GA
DADA MASILO SWAN LAKE WED & THU • JAN 20 & 21 • 7 PM MOORE • $25/40/50 • DS $10 18&U 17/17/19
MUSIC DEPARTMENT RESIDENCY THE EXCEPTION AND THE RULE FEATURING INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ENSEMBLE (ICE) FRI • OCT 23 • 7 PM • FAULKNER SAT • OCT 24 • 2 PM • ROLLINS SAT • OCT 24 • 7 PM • FAULKNER ALL EVENTS FREE
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GLEE CLUB FRI • FEB 19 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE SUN • FEB 21 • 2 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5
JAKE SHIMABUKURO MON • NOV 9 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $25/30/35 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19 DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GOSPEL CHOIR SAT • NOV 14 • 2 PM • SPAULDING $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • GA HANDEL SOCIETY OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE TUE • NOV 17 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10 THEATREWORKS USA SKIPPYJON JONES SAT • DEC 5 • 3 PM • MOORE $18/18/23 • DS $10 • 18&U $13/13/18
RED-EYE TO HAVRE DE GRACE FRI & SAT • APR 1 & 2 • 8 PM • MOORE $25/25/35 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19 THE SWINGLE SINGERS THU • APR 7 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $20/25/30 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19 COMPANHIA URBANA DE DANÇA FRI & SAT • APR 8 & 9 • 8 PM • MOORE $25/35/40 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19 MARIA SCHNEIDER ORCHESTRA TUE • APR 19 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
DARTMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SAT • FEB 27 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10
ANGÉLIQUE KIDJO TUE • APR 26 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $30/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
MUSIC DEPARTMENT RESIDENCY RHYTHM AND DANCE OF INDIA THU • MAR 3 • 7 PM • MOORE $25 • DS $10 • 18&U $17
MUSIC DEPARTMENT RESIDENCY ENSEMBLE SEQUENTIA THU • APR 28 • 7 PM • ROLLINS $20 • DS $10 • 18&U $17 • GA
DARTMOUTH IDOL FINALS FRI • MAR 4 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • GA
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GOSPEL CHOIR SAT • APR 30 • 2 PM • SPAULDING $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • GA DARTMOUTH COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE SAT • MAY 7 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 HANDEL SOCIETY OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE SAT • MAY 14 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10
DARTMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SAT • NOV 7 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10
YAMATO DRUMMERS OF JAPAN TUE • FEB 23 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $20/25/30 • DS $10 • 18&U 17/17/19
Dada Masilo Swan Lake
DARTMOUTH THEATER DEPARTMENT DON JUAN COMES BACK FROM THE WAR FRI & SAT • NOV 6 & 7 • 8 PM THU-SAT • NOV 12-14 • 8 PM SUN • NOV 8 & 15 • 2 PM MOORE • $12 • DS $5 • AOS $10
SALLY PINKAS AND JAN MÜLLER-SZERAWS TUE • MAY 17 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $21/23/27 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19 BARBARY COAST JAZZ ENSEMBLE SAT • MAY 21 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 • GA DARTMOUTH DANCE ENSEMBLE FRI & SAT • MAY 27 & 28 • 8 PM MOORE • $10 • DS $5 • GA WORLD MUSIC PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE WED • MAY 25 • 7 PM • SPAULDING $10 • DS $5 • GA DARTMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA SAT • MAY 28 • 8 PM • SPAULDING $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10
DS = Dartmouth students • AOS = All other students 18&U = 18 and under • GA = General admission
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