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2016/2017

HOPKINSfor CENTER the ARTS


Campus + Community = Hop

All the elements added up when the Brazilian contemporary dance troupe Companhia Urbana de Dança spent a week at the Hop last April. Virtuosic young street dancers from the favelas of Rio who create compelling ensemble work, they brought a kinetic spirit to all corners of the Dartmouth campus and the Upper Valley. They collaborated with Dartmouth student dance groups, visited Dartmouth classes, taught a dance class for adults, performed for young people at HopStop and School Matinee performances, and left an indelible impression on middle and high school students at Vermont’s South Royalton School, with whom they spent four hours in a high-energy dance workshop. “I did something unexpected—I wasn’t originally going to participate,” said a ninth grader. “We are just going on a whim, and it’s amazing—like a universal language!” said a senior. The students forged connections—including through social media—with young people in one of the world’s most populous and complex nations. This kind of exchange takes place week in and week out at the Hop, engaging both Dartmouth and the wider community. Inspiring, world-class artists not only perform on Hop stages but connect with people across campus and throughout the region. Artists are commissioned to create new work, in exciting collaborations like the Hop’s STEM Arts program. Students and community members flock to Hop Ensemble concerts and Department of Theater productions. Dartmouth students also mentor young people in the community through programs like START (Students Teaching in the Arts) and the Dartmouth College Youth Winds.

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Season Launch Party

thu jul 14 5:30 pm Alumni Hall • free The Hop’s throwing a party! Join other Upper Valley arts lovers for scrumptious free snacks courtesy of the Canoe Club and a fun, fast-paced introduction to the dazzling visiting artists coming to the Hop this season.

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FLEXN

wed & thu SEP 14 & 15 7 pm The Moore Theater $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19

FLEXN is a celebration of the electrifying new dance form flex and the African American communities that created it. Directed by flex pioneer Reggie (Regg Roc) Gray and visionary American theater artist Peter Sellars, the gifted dancers quake, pretzel and glide as if unconstrained by gravity, using their strange and beautiful movement to transcend the limits of today’s complicated social justice issues.

“A mind-boggling repertoire of…rippling freestyle moves.” The New York Times

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Strong language. Commissioned by the Park Avenue Armory.


Bandaloop

fri SEP 16 4:30, 5:30 & 6:30 pm Rain date: sat SEP 17, see web for showtimes maffei arts plaza • Free and unticketed

“They dance in the air, using thrill and wonder and metaphor to amplify feeling.” Miami Herald Performing worldwide off the sides of skyscrapers, bridges and towering cliffs, the ethereal, astonishing Bandaloop weaves intricate choreography and the art of climbing as dancers fly, float and turn dreamy cartwheels and backflips in midair. Returning to the Hop ten years after a first triumphal visit, these pioneers in vertical performance bring perspective-bending dance to Dartmouth’s Arts and Innovation District.

MotherStruck!

wed Sep 21 7 pm The Moore Theater $25 • DS $10

by

Staceyann Chin

“A cathartic bullet-train ride… about finding oneself.” Village Voice Performance poet Chin mines her own fascinating life for this tour-de-force solo show chronicling her quest to have a child despite being a single, lesbian, poorly insured, immigrant artist-activist in a rapidly gentrifying city. Directed by Cynthia Nixon (Sex and the City), Chin casts a spell with the humor, candor and rocket-propelled energy that made her a star at the Nuyorican Poets’ Café and in the Tonynominated Russell Simmons Def Poetry Jam. Mature language.

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Cécile McLorin Salvant

& The Aaron Diehl Trio

“The finest jazz singer to emerge in the last decade.” The New York Times

Those who heard McLorin Salvant’s unforgettable 2015 Hop debut understand why we made her return as soon as her skyrocketing career permitted! Framed perfectly by a trio led by rising-star jazz pianist Aaron Diehl, McLorin Salvant holds the audience in thrall as she wraps her supple, velvety voice around little-known jazz and blues gems of yesteryear, French pop (she’s of French-Haitian descent) and her own soul-baring originals. Her concert draws from her Grammy-winning album For One to Love. Funded in part by the Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund and Hopkins Center Members. Sponsored by

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fri Sep 23 8 pm Spaulding auditorium $25/30/35 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19


Pete the Cat

sun SEP 25 3 pm Spaulding auditorium $18/18/23 • DS 10 • 18&U $13/13/18

Theatreworks USA Whether strumming his guitar or strutting in his sneakers, Pete the Cat never loses his cool. Not so for routine-loving Jimmy Biddle, with whom Pete moves in for the summer. The two don’t mesh—until Jimmy draws a blank in art class and Pete proposes an inspirational road trip in a groovalicious VW bus! Award-winning composer Will Aronson’s popinflected songs turn James Dean’s popular tales into a finger-snapping musical. Recommended for ages 5 and up.

Martha Redbone presents

fri sep 30 8 pm

Bone Hill: the Concert

spaulding auditorium $20/25/25 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19

“A truly hypnotic and eloquent roots Americana exploration.” AllMusic Guide

Charismatic, award-winning singersongwriter Redbone enthralled us in 2014 with soulful original music drawing on her combined Native American, African American and Appalachian heritage. She and her acoustic band return with a highly anticipated new song cycle that digs deep into her family story from Kentucky’s Harlan County—a uniquely American tale encompassing Jim Crow and coal mines, Cherokee chants and gospel shouts, channeled through Redbone’s stirring voice. American Sign Language Interpreted Funded in part by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Theater Project, with lead funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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St. Paul Chamber Orchestra with Jeremy Denk piano Hop Commission/World Premiere

Musician-led and internationally admired for its gleaming artistry and refreshing repertoire, the SPCO performs with Denk, a MacArthur “genius” who thrilled Hop audiences in 2011 with his rhapsodic imagination and prodigious pianistic skills. The ensemble also premieres a new Hop commission by award-winning composer George Tsontakis (“an endlessly entrancing, accessibly modern approach rooted in the romantic”—Roll Magazine), and a Schubert symphony full of warmth and youthful good humor. Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts’ Art Works and the Howard Gilman 1944 Directorship Fund.

Tsontakis O Mikros, O Megas (“The small world, The huge world”) [working title]

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fri OCT 14 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium $30/40/50 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19

“Wonderfully warm, solid, yet perfectly transparent ensemble sound…[took] the audience’s breath away.” Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin)

Troker

“Immediately infectious tunes and an energetic live show.” Huffington Post

sat Oct 15 8 pm Spaulding auditorium $20/25/25 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19

Born in a Guadalajara bar, Mexican band Troker has burst onto the international scene with a sound like no other. A fusion of instrumental jazz, funk, DJ electronica and tight mariachi horns, this fresh, brainy music gets audiences to their feet and broadcasts straight from the heart of the Mexico of today. Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center. This engagement of Troker 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.

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Ian Bostridge tenor with Thomas Adès piano

tue OCT 25 7 pm Spaulding auditorium $25/40/50 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19

“T he most extraordinary, riveting, uncanny performance of Schubert’s great song-cycle I have ever witnessed.” The Telegraph (UK)

SCHUBERT Winterreise World-renowned British tenor Bostridge thoroughly inhabits the 24 songs in Schubert’s mercurial, picaresque cycle Winterreise, a towering masterpiece of musical storytelling. Author of an acclaimed recent book about Winterreise, Bostridge is brilliantly supported by Adès—a famed composer when not performing with his friend and countryman. Together they bring vibrant color and tone, light and shadow, to these poignant episodes in a lovelorn man’s “winter journey.” Funded in part by the Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artists Series Fund.

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Capitol Steps the

thu Oct 27 7 pm Spaulding auditorium $23/30/30 • DS $10

What To Expect When You’re Electing

Just in time for the presidential election, The Capitol Steps are back! Thirty-five years after starting as Senate staffers spoofing their employers, these musical wiseacres continue their bipartisan political mockery in national radio broadcasts and antic live shows. With hilarious rhymes and groan-inducing puns, The Steps turn headline topics into side-splitting song satires like Hard-Crazed Right, All About the Base and Ukraine Parts Keep Falling to the Reds.

“Equal opportunity satirists…[with] a song for every scandal.” Washington Post

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Villiers Quartet with

sat Nov 12 8 pm Rollins Chapel $25 • DS $10 • 18&U $17 • GA

Sally Pinkas piano

Music Department Residency

“Cogent, passionate…if only more quartet ensembles were so adventurous.” The Strad Purcell Fantasias Saxton Fantazia for String Quartet Sibelius “Voces Intimae” Quartet in D minor, Op. 56

Bridge Piano Quintet in D minor Named for a street at London’s musical heart, Villiers is Oxford University’s quartet-in-residence and “one of the best young quartets around today” (Fine Arts Quartet). With heritage from the UK, US, Japan and the Philippines (violist Carmen Flores, a Dartmouth ’00), the group has a special affinity for gems by British composers, including Frank Bridge’s quintet, which features the Hop’s own Sally Pinkas on piano.

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Cirque


Mechanics in

thu DEC 1 7 pm & fri DEC 2 8 pm The Moore Theater $18/28/40 • DS $10 • 18&U $13/13/18

Pedal Punk “A spectacular ride for hipsters and pipsqueaks alike.” Time Out New York

The inventive Cirque Mechanics (Birdhouse Factory) brings a Steampunk-inspired whirlwind of a circus, in which astoundingly talented and funny performers in Victorian garb execute stunts involving all manner of wheels—hula hoops, unicycles, “penny farthings” and even a pedal-powered, 22-foot-tall contraption off which aerialists swoop and acrobats dive onto trampolines. At the center of it all is a zany bike shop mechanic who creates the wondrous machines that populate this heart-racing ode to the bicycle. 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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Mark Morris Dance Group & The Silk Road Ensemble

Hop Co-Commission

Layla and Majnun live music

The opera Layla and Majnun, based on an ancient Persian tale well known in the Islamic world, makes a rare Western appearance in this stunning collaboration between the great dancemaker Mark Morris and the Silk Road Ensemble. On a set reflecting the striking visual palette of British painter Howard Hodgkin, the Mark Morris Dance Group performs to live, onstage music by the Ensemble, including Azerbaijani “living treasures” Alim and Fargana Qasimov, masters of the improvisational, searingly emotive mugham vocal style. Supported by the Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artists Series Fund, a gift from Claire Foerster and Daniel S. Bernstein 1987, the Howard Gilman 1944 Directorship Fund and Hopkins Center Members. Funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts’ Art Works, 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.

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fri JAN 6 8 pm sat JAN 7 2 & 8 pm

Brown Bear, Brown Bear & Other Treasured Stories by Eric Carle

The Moore Theater $30/50/70 • DS $10

sun JAN 8 3 pm the Moore theater $18/18/23 • DS $10 18&U $13/13/18

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia

“[Morris has] a profound talent for fusing note and step and making it all sublimely entertaining.”

The beloved internationally touring Canadian theater company is back with another enchanting show based on the luminous illustrations and whimsical stories of Eric Carle. With innovative black-light puppetry and charming original music, this show includes Carle favorites The Very Hungry Caterpillar, with its gourmand protagonist; Carle’s first book, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?; and Papa, Please Get the Moon For Me, a poignant tale that introduces the lunar cycle.

San Francisco Chronicle

Recommended for ages 3 and up.

“A visual feast for viewers of any age.” Santa Barbara News-Press

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Béla Pintér and Company

fri & sat JAN 13 & 14 8 pm the Moore Theater $25/30/35 • DS $10

Our Secrets US Premiere Hungary’s leading theater director, Pintér offers potent, hilarious insight into a specific absurdity of early ‘80s Communist Hungary: the secret police’s infiltration of amateur folk dancing. Between interludes of live music, friends are torn apart by ideology and the pressure to inform on one another, as seeping distrust—reminiscent of the 2007 film The Lives of Others—poisons even the innocent desire to flirt, stomp and twirl. In Hungarian with English supertitles. Adult language, graphic sexual content. Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts. Leadership support for the US Tour of Our Secrets provided by Trust for Mutual Understanding.

“A superb, tragicomic work of politics and recent history.” The Herald (Scotland) 14 • hop.dartmouth.edu


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Jones Family Singers

“R ip-roaring gospel performers… all joyful praise.” The New York Times

Mahanthappa’s sizzling, sinuous and inventive playing and compelling projects have made him one of today’s most celebrated alto saxophonists. Bird Calls is an insightful and at times playful homage to Mahanthappa’s lifelong hero, bebop icon Charlie “Bird” Parker. Featuring a stellar quintet including trumpet prodigy Adam O’Farrill, the captivating compositions meld Bird-like motifs with elements of pop, hip hop, funk and the jazz of today, as well as echoes of Mahanthappa’s own Indian heritage.

Spaulding auditorium $20/25/25 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19

After almost three decades of tearing up the church circuit, the nine-member Jones Family Singers—father, daughters, sons, grandson and friends—are reaching a global audience with their ecstatic gospel-funk. With force-of-nature vocalists and a vintage R&B rhythm section, the singers have wowed at SXSW, Lincoln Center and beyond with spirit-lifting, hip-shaking “high-energy performances [that] are the living embodiment of the indelible connection between the black church and its rock and soul offspring” (Austin Chronicle). Programmed in collaboration with Dartmouth’s MLK, Jr. Celebration. Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center.

Rudresh Mahanthappa’s Bird Calls with Adam O’Farrill, Matt Mitchell, Thomson Kneeland & Rudy Royston

thu JAN 19 7 pm

fri JAN 27 8 pm Spaulding auditorium $20/25/30 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19

“An intelligent and timely tribute to one of the greatest figures in jazz.” London Jazz News

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Danish String Quartet “Impassioned, precise and brilliant” (Boston Globe), the DSQ brings youthful imagination and superb craft to such mainstays as Beethoven’s bracing, soulful E-minor quartet. These three Danes and one Norwegian, whose friendship began in pre-teen summer music camp, also capture the sound of Scandinavia in works by contemporary composers like Rolf Wallin, and in luscious arrangements of sprightly, keening folk tunes from their homelands. Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.

Wallin New quartet Folk music from the Nordic countries Beethoven

String Quartet in E minor, Op. 59 No. 2, ‘Razumovsky’

“Warmth, wit, a beautiful tone and technical prowess second to none.” NPR

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tue JAN 31 7 pm Spaulding auditorium $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19


Piotr Anderszewski piano

tue FEB 14 7 pm Spaulding auditorium $25/40/50 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19

“Spontaneity and rigour, introspection and exuberance.” The Guardian (UK) Noted since his 1990 debut for his expressive musical imagination and sublime technique, Anderszewski now stands at a rare level of musical mastery. His deep, original understanding of the composers he performs has been explored in several award-winning documentary films. In his third Hop recital, the Polish-born artist plays Baroque and Romantic works by Bach and Schumann, whose music he has recently recorded to high praise.

Bach Selection from Das WTK Book 2 Schumann Pedalflüegel Etudes Op. 56 JanÁcˇek In the Mists Schumann Sonata No. 1, in F-sharp minor, Op. 11

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PAN Project

Sally Pinkas piano Internationally known for heartfelt interpretations and inspired programming, Hop pianist-in-residence Sally Pinkas performs solo works embracing a wide range of colors and moods including a cool, meditative Bach partita and Schumann’s musical portrait of a wild, eccentric character from the German writer E.T.A. Hoffman.

tue MAR 7 7 pm spaulding auditorium $21/23/27 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19

Bach

Italian Concerto in F Major, BWV 971 Partita No. 4 in D Major, BWV 828

SchumanN

Gesänge der Frühe, Op. 133 Blumenstück, Op. 19 Nactstücke, Op. 23

“Beautifully phrased performance, graced with exquisite tone.” Gramophone 18 • hop.dartmouth.edu


New Improvisation from East Asia

wed FEB 15 7 pm Rollins Chapel $25 • DS $10 • 18&U $17 • GA

Music Department Residency

Co-founded by American sound artist and guqin (zither) player Jeff Roberts and the musician Gamin, one of today’s most celebrated players of the oboe-like Korean piri, PAN brings together masters of some of East Asia’s most expressive traditional instruments to improvise music spanning boundaries of culture, tonality and history. With Korean percussionist Woonjung Sim, Taiwanese erhu (spike fiddle) player Ying-chieh Wang and Japanese flutist and taiko drummer Kaoru Watanabe, PAN kicks off its US tour at the Hop.

The Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences on Tour Presents

Elephant and Piggie’s

We Are In a Play!

sun MAR 19 3 pm the Moore theater $18/18/23 • DS $10 • 18&U $13/13/18

In this stylish musical romp based on Mo Willems’ best-selling books, bosom buddies Elephant and Piggie sing and dance their way through such challenges as how two friends can play with one toy and what to wear to a fancy pool party. Along with a jazzy live band and crooning girl group The Squirelles, the friends will have you laughing, cheering and joining them in the “Flippy Floppy Floory” dance. Recommended for ages 3 and up. American Sign Language Interpreted Elephant & Piggie’s We Are in a Play! is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International, NYC.

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Hilary Hahn violin with Robert Levin piano “One of the greatest violinists in the world.” Washington Post

Twenty-five years, 15 albums and three Grammy awards since her major orchestral debut at age 12, Hahn has developed from “a prodigy of rare clarity and virtuosity…[to] a daring, mature artist” (The New York Times), known for her musicality and stage presence. Accompanied in her first Upper Valley appearance by renowned pianist Robert Levin, she showcases probing interpretations of both well-known violin classics and the music of our time. Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3 and Hopkins Center Members.

Bach Sonata No. 6 in G Major for

Violin and Piano, BWV. 1019

Abril Solo Partita for Violin Mozart Violin Sonata in E-flat Major for Violin and Piano, K. 481

Türk Träume

(solo piano, written for Robert Levin)

Schubert Rondo in B minor

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fri MAR 31 8 pm spaulding auditorium $25/40/50 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19


Made in China

fri & sat MAR 31 & APR 1 8 pm the Moore theater $25/30/35 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19

Wakka Wakka Productions New England Premiere A co-production with Nordland Visual Theatre and the Hopkins Center

“Inspired puppetry conjures the extraordinary… with magic-realistic and comic touches.” Edge Media

The extravagantly creative, Obie-winning puppet troupe Wakka Wakka addresses human rights, consumerism and AmericanChinese relations in this satirically comic puppet musical. Baby pandas, dancing appliances and romping middle-aged lovers populate Wakka’s universe of tiny-to-huge puppets, belting out original songs. As it did with climate change in Baby Universe (at the Hop in 2012) the company spins issues of our times into a vastly entertaining tale with surreal dimensions, lots of laughs and powerful take-aways. Recommended for ages 16 and up. Adult language, puppet nudity. 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. Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts.

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Brad Mehldau piano

“One of the most consistently fascinating voices in current jazz.” JazzTimes

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tue APR 4 7 pm spaulding auditorium $25/35/40 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19

Over the past two-plus decades, Brad Mehldau has earned a place in the jazz piano firmament as a supremely expressive improviser whose performances are transcendent journeys. With a breathtaking command of the instrument, he blends diverse influences—jazz and classical, the American Songbook, reimagined pop tunes and originals— into impromptu musical creations. Sensuous, cerebral and incandescent, his playing “turns Broadway show tunes into pastoral rhapsodies and blues vamps into meditations on the meaning of life” (The Guardian, UK).


The

Blues Project

fri & sat APR 7 & 8 8 pm the Moore theater $25/40/50 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19

Dorrance Dance with Toshi Reagon & BIGLovely live music

“Not only a dynamo in tap shoes but a compelling, imaginative choreographer.” Boston Globe

MacArthur “genius” tap dancer/choreographer Michelle Dorrance leads her company in a roof-raising tribute to the indigenous American arts of tap and the blues. Blending street, club and experimental dance, the dancers weave, glide and leap in solo or group formations as they caress the ear with tart, cascading rhythms over Toshi Reagon’s (“a treasure waiting to be found”—Pop Matters) husky-sweet vocals and funky original tunes, performed live onstage. Funded in part by the Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund.

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THE GLOAMING A transatlantic, transgenerational supergroup, The Gloaming takes Celtic music to breathtaking new heights while staying true to its roots. Two Irish music legends—fiddler Martin Hayes and vocalist Iarla Ó Lionáird—are joined by New York indie rock pianist Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman, a colleague of Sufjan Stevens and The National) plus guitar and hardanger fiddle to spin epic new interpretations of ancient Gaelic dance tunes and ballads.

fri APR 21 8 pm SPAULDING AUDITORIUM $25/35/40 • DS $10 18&U $17/17/19

“Moves the music of Ireland in captivating new directions.” The New Yorker

Funded in part by the Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center.

Apollo’s Fire

wed may 3 7 pm SPAULDING AUDITORIUM $20/25/30 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19

Music Department Residency

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Nile Project

After a jubilant 2015 Upper Valley residency, the world-touring Nile Project returns with more marvelous musicians from the 11 Nile countries—playing danceable, life-affirming music collaboratively composed for their diverse instruments, languages and musical traditions. Now led by Ethiopian-American saxophonist Danny Mekonnen (Debo Band), these masters joyously spread a message of Nile Region cooperation through a heady mix of Ethiopian grooves, North African Arabic classical traditions and rarely heard East African musical styles. Funded in part by the Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts.

Bach’s Coffeehouse

program includes:

tue APR 25 7 pm SPAULDING AUDITORIUM $25/35/40 • DS $10 • 18&U $17/17/19

“A spirit of love, respect, camaraderie and just plain good fun.” Afropop Worldwide

Bach Overture No. 2 in B minor (for flute and strings) Telemann Don Quixote Suite Vivaldi Flute Concerto “Il Gardellino”

“A vibrant, life-affirming approach to the re-making of early music.” BBC Admired on both sides of the Atlantic, Cleveland-based early music ensemble Apollo’s Fire is Baroque music in its unbuttoned state, led by charismatic harpsichord virtuoso Jeanette Sorrell. Inspired by the 18th-century Leipzig coffeehouse where Bach and his student orchestra played lively concertos, this program treats listeners to fiery strings, colorful recorders and Sorrell’s dizzying solos in works by Bach, Telemann and Vivaldi. Funded in part by the Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3.

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ChamberWorks 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 music.dartmouth.edu

Galleries & Exhibitions

Round out your cultural experience at the Hop with free 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 26 • hop.dartmouth.edu


Dartmouth

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.

theater department

For information on upcoming events, go to theater.dartmouth.edu

Intimate Apparel

by

Lynn Nottage

fri & sat NOV 4 & 5 8 pm thu–sat NOV 10–12 8 pm sun NOV 6 & 13 2 pm

the moore theater • $12 • DS $5 • AOS $10

Tazewell Thompson director Michael Ganio scenic designer Laurie Churba costume designer Stephen Quandt lighting designer Fabian Obispo sound designer In this winner of the 2004 New York Drama Critics Circle and the Outer Critics Circle Awards, a middle-aged African American seamstress in turn-of-the-century New York creates dreamy undergarments that, she hopes, are her ticket to a fulfilled life. With rich characters, subtle period details and an O. Henry twist, Intimate Apparel “offers poignant commentary on an era when the cut and color of one’s dress—and of course, skin— determined whom one could and could not marry, sleep with, even talk to in public” (Variety).

book & lyrics by

Greg Kotis music & lyrics by

Mark Hollmann Jamie Horton director Reminiscent of the scathing social musicals of Brecht and Weil, this threetime Tony winner is a “hilariously funny and touchingly honest” (The New York Times) send-up of greed, love and musicals (!) in a future in which water is worth its weight in gold. Urinetown is “flush” with smart, high-energy numbers that temper its depiction of a droughtcrazed dystopia in which a single malevolent company profits from one of humanity’s most basic needs.

Keith Coughlin choreographer Michael Ganio scenic designer Laurie Churba costume designer Dan Kotlowitz lighting designer

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Dartmouth

symphony orchestra Filippo Ciabatti conductor

sat nov 5 8 pm sat feb 25 8 pm sat may 27 8 pm spaulding auditorium $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10

“Hearing the DSO perform is an opportunity to be stunned by riveting performances of seminal works, and to see the passion and talent of students and faculty.” Christopher Colby ‘19

NOV 5 Dvorˇák Carnival Overture Nielsen Flute Concerto Cheryl Chang ‘18 flute Shostakovich Symphony No. 5

FEB 25 Sibelius Violin Concerto Orestis Lykouropoulos ‘17 violin Brahms Symphony No. 1

MAY 27 Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2 Jessica Tong ‘17 piano Debussy La Mer Ravel Bolero 28 • hop.dartmouth.edu

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.


Dartmouth College

glee club

sun nov 6 2 pm sun may 7 2 pm rollins chapel

fri feb 17 8 pm spaulding auditorium $10 • DS $5 • GA

louis burkot director

“It’s truly amazing to hear all of these unique voices come together to create a unified whole.” Marielle Brady ‘17

nov 6 Nolan Glasser Repast, An Oratorio

FEB 17 Program to be announced, check hop.dartmouth.edu for details.

MAY 7 Program to be announced, check hop.dartmouth.edu for details.

Led by opera conductor Louis Burkot, this 40-voice student ensemble’s repertory spans four centuries, including masterworks of choral-orchestral literature, fully staged operettas, large and small a cappella works, and the cherished songs of Dartmouth College. The chorus opens the season with a compelling 2014 oratorio based on a true story from the 1960s Civil Rights struggle.

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Barbary Coast

jazz ensemble don glasgo director

sat oct 22 8 pm fri feb 10 8 pm sat may 13 8 pm spaulding auditorium $10 • DS $5 • GA

“I don’t think it’s possible to watch us play together and not have a good time.” Erin Huffer ‘17

oct 22 Special guest artist to be announced, check hop.dartmouth.edu for details.

FEB 10 41st annual winter carnival concert Special guest artist to be announced, check hop.dartmouth.edu for details.

MAY 13 senior feature concert In this annual celebration, graduating players shape the program for an evening of eclectic, high-energy fun! 30 • hop.dartmouth.edu

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 wide-ranging repertoire—including funk and Latin styles—is honed through extended residencies with distinguished guest artists.


World Music

sat nov 12 8 pm

faulkner recital hall

percussion ensemble

sat feb 18 8 pm Alumni Hall

wed may 24 7 pm

spaulding auditorium $10 • DS $5 • ga

“Anyone who attends our concerts should not expect to sit in a seat for long; Hafiz encourages the audience to dance in the aisles and have fun.” Andrew Siegel ‘19

nov 12 Return to The Well—Strings and Drums A blending of South American and African music.

FEB 18 DANCE PARTY!

MAY 24 Program to be announced, check hop.dartmouth.edu for details.

hafiz shabazz director

Led by ethnomusicologist/drummer Hafiz Shabazz, this is a full band with drums at its center and repertoire ranging 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.

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Dartmouth College

wind ensemble

fri nov 11 8 pm sun feb 19 2 pm sat may 6 8 pm spaulding auditorium

sun jan 22 4 pm

faulkner recital hall $10 • DS $5

“O ur concerts will challenge you emotionally, like any good music should, and bring you out of your comfort zone.”

matthew m. marsit conductor

Mallory Rutigliano ‘17

NOV 11 Winds of Change, Part I: Early Innovators Works by Richard Wagner, Gustav Holst, Igor Stravinsky, Paul Hindemith

JAN 22 Winds of Change, Part II: Chamber Winds, Then and Now Works by W.A. Mozart, Richard Strauss, Igor Stravinsky, Oliver Caplan

FEB 19 Dancing in the Wind With the Dartmouth Dance Ensemble, John Heginbotham, director Works by Zach Wadsworth, Ken Hesketh, John Mackey

MAY 6 Winds of Change, Part III: Contemporary Creators Works by William Schuman, Vincent Persichetti, Karel Husa, David Maslanka 32 • hop.dartmouth.edu

Let the Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble be your guide on a tour through the marvelous musical developments of 20thand 21st-century music for winds! Through three linked performances, DCWE conductor Matthew Marsit and his ensemble take us from early works by composers like Holst and Wagner—among the first to tap the true musical potential of the wind band—and into the subsequent century of increasingly virtuosic and varied music for wind ensemble, blending classical, jazz, pop, rock and world music. Free lectures by Matthew Marsit to complement each concert!


Dartmouth College

gospel choir

sat oct 29 8 pm sat apr 29 2 pm spaulding auditorium $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • ga

walt cunningham director “We hope that people leave feeling uplifted, and carry that joy with them in their life.” Zahra Ruffin ‘17

oct 29 dartmouth sings! Join the DCGC and friends from Dartmouth’s thriving, diverse vocal community for a celebration of the power of song. This Homecoming Weekend concert will include music from the great Earth, Wind & Fire.

apr 29 Program to be announced, check hop.dartmouth.edu for details.

Dartmouth 10th anniversary

Idol 2017

semi-finals sat FEB 4 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $10 • DS $5 • GA

finals fri MAR 3 8 pm Spaulding Auditorium • $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • GA Come celebrate 10 years of Dartmouth Idol, Dartmouth’s unique and eclectic solo singing competition.

Pianist/singer 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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handel society of Dartmouth College robert duff conductor

nov 15 Songs of Hope Leonard Bernstein Chichester Psalms Dominic DiOrio I Am Music World Premiere Works by Eriks Ešenvalds, Arvo Pärt and Craig Hella Johnson

MAY 20 Dvorˇák Stabat Mater, Op. 58 34 • hop.dartmouth.edu

tue nov 15 7 pm sat may 20 8 pm spaulding auditorium $20 • DS $5 • AOS $10

“As a chorus, we walk through the symbolism and meaning inherent in each work. My hope is that listeners will live through those emotions with us as the concert progresses.” Tucker Evans ’19

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 2016/2017, the 100-voice ensemble performs the music of some of today’s most esteemed choral composers, including the world premiere of Dominic DiOrio’s I Am Music, composed for the 210th anniversary of the Handel Society. Celebrating 210 years of music-making in 2017!


Dartmouth

dance ensemble john heginbotham director rebecca stenn choreographer-in-residence

fri & sat may 26 & 27 8 pm the moore theater $15 • DS $5 • AOS $10 • ga

“O ur performances showcase the unique qualities of each dancer. Audience members should come to the show with an open mind and open heart.” Lye Yeng Wong GSM

Led 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 mainstage production.

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Hop Membership

be part of the excitement! Participating as a Member is the best way to access great tickets for Hop performances, while supporting the quality and range of programming you love. In addition, we are pleased to provide our Members with valuable insider benefits that enrich their performing arts experience.

With a gift of $100 or more, Hop Members: • enjoy a three-week ticket pre-sale period for 2016/2017 shows beginning July 8 • enjoy advance-purchase priority for the MET Opera: Live in HD series pass •a  re exempt from the $3 per-ticket processing fee •e  njoy exclusive benefits throughout the year

Get the most out of your Hop experience— become a Member today! Join online at hop.dartmouth.edu/online/members, by phone at 603.646.2006, or by including a membership gift with your ticket order. 36 • hop.dartmouth.edu


Hop Outreach & Arts Education Discover how the performing arts support lifelong learning through the Hop’s campus, community and school partnerships. Nearly 18,500 people are involved in over 350 Outreach events annually, including classroom visits, community meetings, public 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 in Hanover at 11 am and Claremont at 3 pm. Recommended for families with young children, ages 3 and up.

SEP 17 Uncle Rock

MAR 11 No Strings Marionettes

OCT 1 Revels North NOV 12 Karim Nagi

MAR 25 No Strings Marionettes (Hanover only)

JAN 28 Two to Tango (Hanover only)

FEB 11 Brendan Taaffe

(Claremont only)

APR 8 Akwaabe African Drum and Dance Troupe MAY 13 Dancers’ Corner

(Hanover only)

School Matinee Series Subsidized performances for school and registered home school families.

thu SEP 15

FLEXN (p. 2)

mon SEP 26

Theatreworks USA Pete the Cat (p. 5)

wed NOV 9

Villiers Quartet with Sally Pinkas (p. 10)

thu & fri DEC 1 & 2 Cirque Mechanics Pedal Punk (p. 11) mon JAN 9 Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia Brown Bear, Brown Bear & Other Treasured Stories by Eric Carle (p. 13) mon MAR 20

Elephant and Piggie’s We Are in a Play! (p. 19)

wed APR 26

The Nile Project (p. 25)

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The Met: Live in HD, the Metropolitan Opera’s award-winning series of live, high-definition video transmissions, presents 10 operas this 2016/2017 season—including five new productions. Met Opera stars host the HD series, conduct live interviews with cast, crew and production teams, and introduce the popular behindthe-scenes features. The worldwide HD audience (in 70+ countries) is given an unprecedented look at what goes into staging an opera at one of the world’s great houses. $29 • DS Free • Passes (all 10 shows): Met Pass $260 • Hop Member Pass $235 All simulcasts are general admission. Doors open 30 minutes before start time.

TRISTAN UND ISOLDE

Wagner – New Production

sat & sun oct 8 & 9 12 pm

RUSALKA

Dvorˇák – New Production

sat & sun feb 25 & 26 1 pm

Director Mariusz Trelin´ski’s (Iolanta/Bluebeard’s Castle) new production is well served by a cast of outstanding Wagnerians. Nina Stemme stars as Isolde, whose marriage to King Marke (René Pape) is threatened by the sudden return of her beloved Tristan (Stuart Skelton). Sir Simon Rattle conducts.

DON GIOVANNI

Kristine Opolais stars in the role that launched her international career, the water nymph Rusalka, who sings the haunting “Song to the Moon.” In this fairytale of love and longing, Brandon Jovanovich is the human prince who captures Rusalka’s heart, while Jamie Barton plays the duplicitous witch Ježibaba.

LA TRAVIATA

Mozart

sat & sun oct 22 & 23 1 pm

Sonya Yoncheva brings her acclaimed interpretation of the doomed courtesan in a revival of Willy Decker’s modern-style production. Rising tenor Michael Fabiano stars opposite as her lover, Alfredo, with Thomas Hampson as Alfredo’s disapproving father. San Francisco Opera Music Director Nicola Luisotti conducts.

Mozart’s take on the Don Juan legend finds the unrepentant seducer (Simon Keenlyside) juggling three women at once—a vengeful old flame, a woman he has recently wronged and the innocent peasant Zerlina (Serena Malfi), whom he attempts to seduce on the eve of her wedding. Fabio Luisi takes the podium.

L’AMOUR DE LOIN

Saariaho – Met Premiere

sat & sun dec 10 & 11* 1 pm Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho’s “lushly beautiful” (The New York Times) breakthrough opera premieres at the Met in a dazzling new production by Robert Lepage. Eric Owens is the knight on a quest and Susanna Phillips is his lover on the other side of the sea. Conductor Susanna Mälkki makes her Met debut.

NABUCCO

IDOMENEO

Mozart

sat & sun mar 25 & 26 1 pm James Levine takes the baton for a rare Met revival of Mozart’s first major opera, set in the aftermath of the Trojan War. Matthew Polenzani leads a superb ensemble as the king torn by a rash vow, with mezzo Alice Coote in the trouser role of his noble son and soprano Elza van den Heever as the volatile Elettra.

EUGENE ONEGIN

Verdi

sat & sun jan 7 & 8 1 pm

Tchaikovsky

sat & sun apr 22 & 23* 1 pm

The legendary Plácido Domingo brings another new baritone role to the Met under the baton of his longtime collaborator James Levine. Liudmyla Monastyrska is Abigaille, the headstrong warrior woman and Jamie Barton is the heroic Fenena. Dmitri Belosselskiy voices the oppressed Hebrew people.

ROMÉO ET JULIETTE

Verdi

sat & sun mar 18 & 19 1 pm

Gounod – New Production

sat & sun jan 21 & 22 1 pm Displaying the same tremendous chemistry in the Met’s 2015 production of Manon, Diana Damrau and Vittorio Grigolo bring passion to a full boil as opera’s classic lovers in Bartlett Sher’s production of Gounod’s lush Shakespeare adaptation. Gianandrea Noseda conducts the sumptuous score.

Anna Netrebko reprises her acclaimed role as Tatiana in Tchaikovsky’s adaptation of Pushkin’s timeless novel. Dmitri Hvorostovsky stars as the title character, while Alexey Dolgov sings the role of his friend-turned-rival. Robin Ticciati conducts this revival of Deborah Warner’s 2013 staging.

DER ROSENKAVALIER

Strauss – New Production

sat & sun may 13 & 14 12:30 pm The dream cast of Renée Fleming as the - Garancˇa as Octavian star Marschallin and Elina in Strauss’ romantic masterpiece. Director Robert Carsen (Falstaff) places the action at the end of the Habsburg Empire, underscoring the opera’s subtext of class conflict against a rich backdrop of gilt and red damask.

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Hop Film Hop Film crafts an annual slate of 150+ films that demonstrate cinematic excellence and often prompt dialogue on critical issues, from race and gender to climate change. Student cinephiles at the Dartmouth Film Society discuss the impact of these movies at weekly meetings, carrying on the group’s 67-year tradition.

EVENT CINEMA

In addition to the Met Opera series, the Hop also presents an array of one-of-a-kind, high-definition (HD) cinema events—including theater broadcasts, art exhibitions and the occasional rock concert. Each offers access to unique performances, venues and personalities in our state-of-the-art theaters. All broadcasts are general admission; doors open 30 minutes before showtime. Check listings at hop.dartmouth.edu/online/film

From Stage to Screen

The World’s Great Art

Music on Screen

Recorded live across the pond, these broadcasts deliver the best of British theater in stunning high definition and surround sound. Experience the global Shakespeare 400 celebration with several upcoming not-to-be-missed productions. This year will feature The Merchant of Venice direct from London’s Globe with Jonathan Pryce (Game of Thrones) as Shylock. In addition, Ralph Fiennes and Vanessa Redgrave clash in a new production of Richard III.

Exhibition on Screen presents blockbuster art exhibitions from galleries around the world, in stunning high definition. This groundbreaking series features unparalleled, behind-the-scenes access and expert analysis—a veritable front-row seat to the world’s greatest art. Take a thrilling journey through one of the world’s great museums in The Hermitage Revealed. With unprecedented access to Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum, Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing is a remarkable biography of the master.

For those who can’t be full-time groupies, here’s a front row seat to concert tours and album debuts from around the world. Starting this summer with Elvis Costello’s Detour, recorded live at Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall, Hop Film presents extraordinary musicians playing their hits with stunningly clear surround sound, in close-up and with all the excitement of live rock ‘n’ roll.

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Mark Your Calendar July 8 at 10 am: Member pre-sale begins Become a Hop Member or renew your membership today and be among the first to purchase tickets for 2016/2017 shows. Hop Members do not pay the $3 per-ticket processing fee. For a complete list of membership benefits, visit hop.dartmouth.edu/online/members. Member orders submitted online, by mail/fax or delivered to the Box Office between July 8-28 are processed first. Member paper orders, received between July 8-28, will be processed in the order in which they are received. Paper orders received prior to July 8 will be added to the queue July 9.

july 29 at 10 am: subscriber and General Public sales begin online Orders may be submitted online, by mail/fax or delivered to the Box Office between July 29-August 4. Paper orders received between July 29-August 4 are processed in the order in which they are received. Paper orders received prior to July 29 will be added to the queue July 30.

august 5 at 10 am: phone and window sales for all begin (some shows may be sold out) Dartmouth employee pricing: Receive 10% off a maximum of two adult tickets per Hop event, excluding high-definition broadcasts and film screenings. Valid all year long! Cannot be combined with other discounts.

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 2016/2017 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 2016/2017 membership gift in your shopping cart, your membership benefits will apply to your entire order.

phone: 603.646.2422

• 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.

Hop Box Office Hours: M-F 10 am-6 pm • Sat 1-6 pm

• 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.

SEATING There are three price levels for most reserved seating performances in Spaulding Auditorium and The Moore Theater (listed as C/B/A). This does not apply to general admission (GA) performances.

The Hopkins Center for the Arts is committed to providing accessible facilities and programs. For information about accessibility services, please contact the Hop Box Office.

GENERAL ADMISSION Venues Warner Bentley Theater An intimate theater that can be arranged in a variety of ways including in-the-round and with a raised stage. Capacity: 181. Rollins Chapel A non-denominational house of worship where some concerts are performed. Located opposite the Green on College Street. Capacity: 325. Loew Auditorium A state-of-the-art classroom and movie theater located in the Visual Arts Center on Lebanon Street. Capacity: 237.

PRICING SCALE Blue = Scale C Yellow = Scale B Red = Scale A Note: the diagrams are representative samples. Some performances will be arranged differently, visit hop.dartmouth.edu for more info.

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Parking is available on the streets and in lots adjacent to the Hop. The Hanover Parking Garage, across from the Hop’s Lebanon Street entrance, offers convenient parking with hourly rates during the day and a flat $1 charge after 6 pm.

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fine print • Tickets are not refundable. • Hop ticket prices include processing fees. •T  ickets sold to Dartmouth students at the special student price cannot be combined with any other discount, may only be used by fully matriculated Dartmouth students, and may not be upgraded for use by another person. Four-ticket limit per student per show. Dartmouth student IDs are checked at the door. •D  artmouth College employees with valid ID are eligible for a 10% discount on up to two adult tickets per show (some exceptions). Cannot be combined with Member/Subscriber discounts. • Seating is reserved unless otherwise noted. • In fairness to patrons and performers, House Management honors artists’ instructions for appropriate latecomer seating. •B  ox Office hours are Monday-Friday, 10 am-6 pm, and Saturday, 1-6 pm. In addition, the Box Office remains open 30 minutes past curtain for evening performances. On Sundays when performances take place, the Box Office is open from one hour prior to curtain to 30 minutes past curtain. • Programs and artists are subject to change without notice.

Spaulding Auditorium A 900-seat concert hall and film theater.

The Moore Theater A 480-seat venue, with balcony.

•F  ood, beverages and backpacks are not permitted inside the theaters. The use of cameras, tablets, laptops, cell phones and recording devices is prohibited. • Privacy policy: The Hopkins Center does not share information about its patrons with anyone.


fall ’16

MARTHA REDBONE fri • SEP 30 • 8 pm

FLEXN wed & thu • SEP 14 & 15 • 7 pm

ST. PAUL CHAMBER ORCHESTRA WITH JEREMY DENK fri • OCT 14 • 8 pm

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GOSPEL CHOIR sat • OCT 29 • 8 pm

WORLD MUSIC PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE sat • NOV 12 • 8 pm

TROKER sat • OCT 15 • 8 pm

DARTMOUTH THEATER DEPARTMENT INTIMATE APPAREL fri & sat • NOV 4 & 5 • 8 pm thu-sat • NOV 10-12 • 8 pm sun • NOV 6 & 13 • 2 pm

Music Department Residency VILLIERS QUARTET WITH SALLY PINKAS sat • NOV 12 • 8 pm

BARBARY COAST JAZZ ENSEMBLE sat • OCT 22 • 8 pm

DARTMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA sat • NOV 5 • 8 pm

CÉCILE McLORIN SALVANT AND THE AARON DIEHL TRIO fri • SEP 23 • 8 pm

IAN BOSTRIDGE WITH THOMAS ADÈS tue • OCT 25 • 7 pm

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GLEE CLUB sun • NOV 6 • 2 pm

THEATREWORKS USA PETE THE CAT sun • SEP 25 • 3 pm

THE CAPITOL STEPS thu • OCT 27 • 7 pm

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE fri • NOV 11 • 8 pm

THE JONES FAMILY SINGERS thu • JAN 19 • 7 pm

BARBARY COAST JAZZ ENSEMBLE fri • FEB 10 • 8 pm

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE sun • JAN 22 • 4 pm

PIOTR ANDERSZEWSKI tue • FEB 14 • 7 pm

BANDALOOP fri • SEP 16 • 4:30, 5:30 & 6:30 pm STACEYANN CHIN MOTHERSTRUCK! wed • SEP 21 • 7 pm

winter ’17 MARK MORRIS DANCE GROUP LAYLA AND MAJNUN fri • JAN 6 • 8 pm sat • JAN 7 • 2 & 8 pm MERMAID THEATRE OF NOVA SCOTIA BROWN BEAR, BROWN BEAR & OTHER TREASURED STORIES BY ERIC CARLE sun • JAN 8 • 3 pm BÉLA PINTÉR AND COMPANY OUR SECRETS fri & sat • JAN 13 & 14 • 8 pm

spring ’17

RUDRESH MAHANTHAPPA BIRD CALLS fri • JAN 27 • 8 pm DANISH STRING QUARTET tue • JAN 31 • 7 pm DARTMOUTH IDOL SEMI-FINALS sat • FEB 4 • 8 pm

ELEPHANT AND PIGGIE’S WE ARE IN A PLAY! sun • MAR 19 • 3 pm

DORRANCE DANCE WITH TOSHI REAGON AND BIGLOVELY THE BLUES PROJECT fri & sat • APR 7 & 8 • 8 pm

HILARY HAHN WITH ROBERT LEVIN fri • MAR 31 • 8 pm WAKKA WAKKA PRODUCTIONS MADE IN CHINA fri & sat • MAR 31 & APR 1 • 8 pm BRAD MEHLDAU tue • APR 4 • 7 pm

Music Department Residency PAN PROJECT wed • FEB 15 • 7 pm DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GLEE CLUB fri • FEB 17 • 8 pm DARTMOUTH THEATER DEPARTMENT URINETOWN, THE MUSICAL fri & sat • FEB 17 & 18 • 8 pm thu-sat • FEB 23-25 • 8 pm sun • FEB 19 & 26 • 2 pm

HANDEL SOCIETY OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE tue • NOV 15 • 7 pm CIRQUE MECHANICS PEDAL PUNK thu • DEC 1 • 7 pm fri • DEC 2 • 8 pm

WORLD MUSIC PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE sat • FEB 18 • 8 pm DARTMOUTH COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE sun • FEB 19 • 2 pm DARTMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA sat • FEB 25 • 8 pm DARTMOUTH IDOL FINALS fri • MAR 3 • 8 pm SALLY PINKAS tue • MAR 7 • 7 pm

Music Department Residency APOLLO’S FIRE wed • MAY 3 • 7 pm

HANDEL SOCIETY OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE sat • MAY 20 • 8 pm

THE GLOAMING fri • APR 21 • 8 pm

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE WIND ENSEMBLE sat • MAY 6 • 8 pm

WORLD MUSIC PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE wed • MAY 24 • 7 pm

THE NILE PROJECT tue • APR 25 • 7 pm

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GLEE CLUB sun • MAY 7 • 2 pm

DARTMOUTH DANCE ENSEMBLE fri & sat • MAY 26 & 27 • 8 pm

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE GOSPEL CHOIR sat • APR 29 • 2 pm

BARBARY COAST JAZZ ENSEMBLE sat • MAY 13 • 8 pm

DARTMOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA sat • MAY 27 • 8 pm

For a complete list of photo credits, go to hop.dartmouth.edu/online/photocredits

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. *Gifts and pledges of $500,000 and above.

Marion and Frederick B. Whittemore ’53, T’54 Distinguished Artists Series Fund

Robert Grinnell Fund for the Hopkins Center

Bobby McFerrin (summer) Mark Morris Dance Group Ian Bostridge with Thomas Adès

Troker The Jones Family Singers The Gloaming

Class of 1961 Legacy: The American Tradition in Performance Fund Chick Corea Trio: Chick Corea,

Frank L. Harrington 1924 Fund No. 3

Christian McBride and Brian Blade (summer) Cécile McLorin Salvant Dorrance Dance The Blues Project

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra with Jeremy Denk Danish String Quartet Hilary Hahn with Robert Levin Apollo’s Fire

Wetzel Family Fund for the Arts

Béla Pintér and Company Our Secrets Wakka Wakka Made in China The Nile Project

National Endowment for the Arts Challenge Fund

Supports virtually all Visiting Performing Artists events

Additional Support

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