AS CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS CELEBRATES ITS FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY SEASON, THIS WORD CAPTURES OUR HISTORY—AND FUTURE—AS AN ORGANIZATION.
SINCE 2005, WE HAVE PRESENTED: 659 PERFORMANCES BY 409 ARTISTS FROM 55 COUNTRIES, COMMISSIONED 51 WORKS, HOSTED 42 WORLD OR US PREMIERES, AND WORKED WITH THOUSANDS OF UNC STUDENTS THROUGH OUR ENGAGEMENT EFFORTS
Since our founding in 2005, we have partnered with artists across the world, created a home for cutting-edge artist residencies, and become a leader amongst our international peers. Throughout our first 14 seasons, we never ceased to evolve in how we approach our work. In the 19/20 season, we'll continue our dedication to exploration and growth, as believers in art that pushes boundaries, provokes discussion, and engages one's curiosity. Further, CPA supports work that invites co-creation and immersion at all levels, whether that is made manifest through an intimate performance that strips away barriers between artist and audience, or an experience that calls on you to take risks through participation. Perhaps most importantly, we believe that the arts should be for all people. As we approach the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment in 2020, we also celebrate the creative leadership of women throughout the season (see p. 30 for more). And as we close this landmark year, we’ll honor our history of presenting the world’s greatest classical artists and ensembles with performances by the London Symphony Orchestra, led by Sir Simon Rattle, and acclaimed pianist Lang Lang.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS—WE ARE PROUD TO CALL CHAPEL HILL OUR HOME. 1
TRAILBLAZING ARTIST IN CONVERSATION
MISTY COPELAND IN CONVERSATION P. 4
1971 CRAIG WALSH P. 5 FREE OUTDOOR INSTALLATION
IN THE SPIRIT WE INVITE YOU TO EXPERIENCE THIS TAKEOVER MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE COMPANY P. 7 ARTIST TAKEOVER
MARATHON PIANO RECITAL
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE SARAH CAHILL P. 17
EDNA LEWIS HILTON ALS P. 28
OF EVOLUTION, ENGAGE IN A NEW SEASON. IMMERSIVE MUSICAL PERFORMANCE
DISCOURSE FLUTRONIX P. 43
SEPTEMBER 6 8 PM FRIDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
MISTY COPELAND IN CONVERSATION MISTY COPELAND, PRINCIPAL DANCER, AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE
As American Ballet Theatreâ€™s (ABT) first African-American principal dancer, ballerina Misty Copeland has become renowned for breaking barriers. In this evening of conversation, she will explore her path to the ABT, finding her voice as an artist, and the ongoing challenges within the world of ballet and the arts.
SEPTEMBER 7-29 AT DUSK, DAILY FOR LOCATIONS, VISIT CAROLINAPERFORMINGARTS.ORG
1971 CRAIG WALSH FREE OUTDOOR INSTALLATION FEATURING LOCAL HEROES WORKING FOR THE EXPANSION OF VOTING RIGHTS
WORLD PREMIERE COMMISSIONED BY CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS
The 19th Amendment—which opened the door for many women to vote—was not ratified in North Carolina until 1971. The inaugural outdoor art installation by Carolina Performing Arts, 1971's large-scale projections will pay homage to women who have blazed a trail in the work for voting rights in our state. Part of acclaimed projection artist Craig Walsh’s Monuments series, subjects were chosen by a curatorial panel representing the Carolina Women’s Center, UNC Department of History, and the Southern Oral History Project.
Photo: BOUND - collaboration with Julie Freeman, a Gorawarl Jerrawongarla elder. See Change Festival, Jervis Bay, NSW, Australia, 2016
SEPTEMBER 13 8 PM FRIDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
Tierra Whack is leading a generation of young artists remaking the music industry. Called a “true hip-hop original” (Pitchfork), the Grammy-nominated rapper/singer/ songwriter’s music slips between genres and moods. Known for creating a surreal experience that captures the bright spectrum of human emotion with nary a dull moment, Tierra Whack is going to turn Memorial Hall upside down.
"TIERRA WHACK IS THE PHILLY SURREALIST TAKING RAP INTO ANOTHER DIMENSION." —VICE Photo: Maria Jose Govea
SEPTEMBER 27-29 5 & 7 PM FRIDAY 3 & 7 PM SATURDAY 1 & 5 PM SUNDAY CURRENT ARTSPACE + STUDIO
CURRENT TAKEOVER MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE COMPANY In our first-ever CURRENT Takeover, dancers from Martha Graham Dance Company (MGDC) host lively immersive experiences featuring Graham's pioneering choreography alongside emerging technologies. Watch in awe as a Graham dancer performs the iconic work Lamentations alongside cutting-edge projection created by Tyler Henry during MGDC's Google residency. Then head to the Studio, where more dancers will be waiting to help you embody some of the most iconic poses and characters from Graham choreographyâ€”which will then be captured in our Takeover Photobooth! Make your own experience: move between spaces and activities as much as you'd like! More Martha: See page 26 to learn about The EVE Project, at CPA on January 30, 2020.
Photo: Ramsay de Give for the New York Times
OCTOBER 2 7:30 PM WEDNESDAY HILL HALL MOESER AUDITORIUM
INTUITION: SONGS FROM THE MINDS OF WOMEN ALICIA OLATUJA
Vocalist Alicia Olatuja is known for blending the earthy with the sublime. With Intuition, the acclaimed singer, composer, and arranger has crafted a statement of female empowerment at a pivotal moment in our cultural history. Through her soulful lens, Olatuja celebrates the contributions of icons and rebels like Sade, Imogen Heap, Tracy Chapman, Kate Bush, and many others.
Photo: Deneka Peniston
OCTOBER 9 & 10 7:30 PM WEDNESDAY 7:30 PM THURSDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
ROSAS DANST ROSAS BY ANNE TERESA DE KEERSMAEKER AND ROSAS
In this riveting performance created by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, repetition plays the lead role. A seminal postmodern work, Rosas danst Rosas is unequivocally feminineâ€”four women dancers engage in a dialogue of fierce movements that are countered by small everyday gestures. The exhaustion and perseverance that come with it create an emotional tension that contrasts sharply with the rigorous structure of this choreography by an internationally renowned dancemaker.
Photo: Anne Van Aershchot
OCTOBER 15 7:30 PM TUESDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
THE DAY MAYA BEISER, WENDY WHELAN, LUCINDA CHILDS, AND DAVID LANG COMMISSIONED BY CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS
The Day is a new music/dance work by cellist Maya Beiser, dancer Wendy Whelan, and choreographer Lucinda Childs, with music by David Lang. A collaboration among legends, it is an evening-long sensory exploration of two journeysâ€”life and the eternal, post-mortal voyage of the soul. This bold, highly collaborative work explores universal themes through the shared language of music and dance. Conceived by Beiser, The Day features the cellist and Wendy Whelan onstage, embodying the iconic choreography of Lucinda Childs to the original music of Pulitzer Prize winner David Lang. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTOR H. STEWART PARKER
Photo: Nils Schlebusch
OCTOBER 22 7:30 PM TUESDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
AN EVENING WITH CHRIS THILE
Multiple Grammy Award-winner and MacArthur Fellow Chris Thile is a mandolin virtuoso, composer, and vocalist. A member of Punch Brothers and Nickel Creek and host of the radio program Live from Here, Thile returns to Carolina Performing Arts with his distinctly American canon and broad musical aesthetic. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS THE CHARLES GOREN & HAZEN FAMILY FOUNDATION, TOM & LIZA HAZEN, TRUSTEES
Photo: Devin Pedde
ARTIST RESIDENCIES: BLAZING NEW TRAILS
DISCOVERY THROUGH ITERATIVE LEARNING (DISTIL)
In 2017, we launched our first Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded artist residency: the DisTIL fellowship, an ambitious reimagining of the relationships between artists and the university that gives artist and faculty alike rare opportunities to inform their work through the other’s expertise during immersive visits. In 19/20, banjo player Abigail Washburn and dancer/choreographer Jonah Bokaer will complete the final year of their DisTIL residencies. Abigail has been working on:
Jonah has been working on:
• Investigating silence as a productive mode of communication
• Increasing visibility around Middle Eastern and North African identity in dance and the role of dance in Middle Eastern studies
• Collaborations and events that promote intercultural understanding • A series of public Sound + Silence workshops on campus and around Chapel Hill
• Explorations of how to use art to process trauma • A series of “open rehearsals” at CURRENT, where all are welcome to get to know Jonah through his choreographic work
CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS IS PROUD TO BE A NATIONAL LEADER IN ENVISIONING AND FORGING COLLABORATIVE ARTIST RESIDENCIES. CREATIVE FUTURES
Launched in 2018 and funded through a new $1.5 million grant from the Mellon Foundation, this initiative brings a transformative vision of community engagement, featuring collaborative creation in the arts, informed by faculty research. Groundbreaking artists Helga Davis, Shara Nova, Okwui Okpokwasili, and Toshi Reagon are assembling “triangular collaborations” that include members of UNC’s faculty engaged in community-based research as well as local partners. Through these co-creative partnerships, they are actively engaged in identifying multi-year projects that will invest in the community and its residents and thrive long beyond the life of the grant.
In 19/20, we’ll mark several Creative Futures milestones, including the first year of collaborative work by the Creative Futures “triangular” teams. Stay tuned for updates on projects, partnerships, and public events.
“IT’S HARD TO IMAGINE FINER SOPRANO SINGING OR A MORE EXUBERANT PORTRAYAL.” —THE GUARDIAN
7:30 PM WEDNESDAY HILL HALL MOESER AUDITORIUM
GOLDA SCHULTZ, SOPRANO AND JONATHAN WARE, PIANO
Critically acclaimed vocalist Golda Schultz has graced the stages of international opera houses from La Scala to the Metropolitan Opera. In her first performance at Carolina Performing Arts, the South African star joins forces with award-winning pianist Jonathan Ware for a recital featuring select songs by Franz Schubert, Richard Strauss, Amy Beach, and others. PRESENTING SPONSOR THE WILLIAM R. KENAN, JR. CHARITABLE TRUST Photo: Kaupo Kikkas
STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS SUSAN & JAMES MOESER
Photo: Gregor Rohrig
NOVEMBER 8 8 PM FRIDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
The vast musical contributions of acclaimed singer/songwriter Emmylou Harris cannot be overstated. With a career spanning four decades, she is one of the most admired and influential women in her field, known for her eloquently straightforward songwriting and incomparably expressive singing that transcends categorization. Now, the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient brings her singular talent to the Memorial Hall stage. PERFORMANCE BENEFACTOR JOAN H. GILLINGS STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS THE PHILLIPS AMBASSADORS PROGRAM
Photo: Veronique Rolland
NOVEMBER 13 7:30 PM WEDNESDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
SAROD TRILOGY AMJAD ALI KHAN, MASTER OF THE SAROD AMAAN ALI BANGASH, SAROD AYAAN ALI BANGASH, SAROD
Amjad Ali Khan is lauded for reinventing the technique of playing the sarod, the stringed instrument essential to Hindustani and Indian classical music. Using Ragas—rhythmic cycles of music—as the basis for his performances, Khan ensures that each concert experience is unique unto itself. For the first time, he brings his extraordinary style to Carolina Performing Arts, in this collaboration with his sons—and virtuosos in their own right—Amaan and Ayaan.
Photo: Suvo Das
NOVEMBER 16 5 PM SATURDAY CURRENT ARTSPACE + STUDIO
THE FUTURE IS FEMALE SARAH CAHILL, PIANO
Featuring dozens of compositions by women around the globe—including Chen Yi, Meredith Monk, Bernice Johnson Reagon, and Clara Schumann—pianist Sarah Cahill’s The Future is Female is both a ritual installation and communal feminist immersive listening experience. A “marathon” five-hour performance meant to be experienced uniquely, guests can enter and exit at will, sit, stand, and even explore the performance space. With this physical manifestation of Cahill’s lifetime dedication to supporting the artistic work of women, she will illuminate works by composers that range from the 17th century to present day.
“A STERLING PIANIST AND AN INTREPID ILLUMINATOR OF THE CLASSICAL AVANT-GARDE.” —NEW YORK TIMES Photo: Marianne La Rochelle
NOVEMBER 20 & 21
“A SHOW OF TERRIBLE BEAUTY AND EXTRAORDINARY CRAFT...A LIGHT-AS-A-FEATHER PACKAGE THAT NEVER SHIRKS THE UGLINESS AND MESSINESS OF LIFE.” —THE GUARDIAN
7:30 PM WEDNESDAY 7:30 PM THURSDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
Loch na hEala (SWAN LAKE)
TEAC DAMSA CREATED BY MICHAEL KEEGAN-DOLAN
Loch na hEala, by Irish choreographer, writer, and director Michael Keegan-Dolan, is a unique and transcendent new work inspired by a seminal classical ballet. This contemporary collision of dance, theater, and live music from the founder of Teaċ Damsa (House of the Dance) is rooted in the meeting of ancient folklore and the modern world, and is infused with a raw, majestic energy. PERFORMANCE BENEFACTOR WYNDHAM ROBERTSON STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS CAROL & RICHARD MCNEEL
Photo: Marie-Laure Briane
DECEMBER 7 & 8 2 & 8 PM SATURDAY 2 PM SUNDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
THE NUTCRACKER CAROLINA BALLET
In its fifteenth season performing the holiday classic at Memorial Hall, Carolina Ballet returns with their dazzling production filled with beloved characters, grand magical illusions, and a live symphony orchestra.
DECEMBER 13 8 PM FRIDAY HILL HALL MOESER AUDITORIUM
FREEDOM AND FAITH PUBLIQUARTET
PROGRAM JESSIE MONTGOMERY
A Tisket A Tasket
Valencia for String Quartet
Middleground for String Quartet
Get into the Now
Featuring works by underrepresented composers who have staked their places in history with virtuosity and power, this new program by the award-winning string quartet captures the essence of resilience through oppression, time, and injustice.
Photo: Ryan Scherb
JANUARY 10 8 PM FRIDAY HILL HALL MOESER AUDITORIUM
FANM D’AYITI NATHALIE JOACHIM WITH SPEKTRAL QUARTET A new evening-length work created by Nathalie Joachim of Flutronix, Fanm d’Ayiti (Women of Haiti) is a celebration of some of Haiti’s most iconic yet under-recognized female artists, through new musical arrangements and recorded interviews. At the same time, the project is a deeply personal exploration of Joachim’s Haitian heritage, featuring original songs incorporating the recorded voices of Joachim’s grandmother and the girls choir of her family’s home farming village of Dantan. This evening, Joachim will be joined by renowned chamber ensemble Spektral Quartet, making their second appearance at CPA. Flutronix will premiere Discourse on April 2 and 3, 2020. See page 43 for more.
CPA THROUGH THE SEASONS
Inaugural visits from Yo-Yo Ma and Mitsuko Uchida.
A new side of Memorial Hall is explored through a special loading dock series.
CPA’s season features artists from Cambodia, India, Cuba, Senegal, Brazil, and beyond.
Carolina Creative Campus initiative fosters the exchange of ideas. Brooklyn Rider's first of seven performances over the next 10 seasons.
10/11 05/06 Transformation of Memorial Hall and Beasley-Curtis Auditorium completed. William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust awards $5M to establish a new endowment—along with a Hamburg Steinway D piano! 30,000 people attend performances by Youssou N’Dour, Russian National Orchestra, Vijay Iyer, and others.
17 Buddhist Shaolin monks perform in Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Sutra.
06/07 Curricular connections with more than 30 UNC classes. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Gil Shaham, and Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis begin a long tradition of performing at CPA.
Mariinsky Orchestra and Valery Gergiev honor the 150th anniversary of Gustav Mahler’s birth.
Compagnie Marie Chouinard performs Orpheus et Eurydice, and Bolshoi Ballet performs Don Quixote and Swan Lake. Abigail Washburn—now an artist-inresidence—makes her CPA debut.
First of many performances by Orchestre RĂŠvolutionnaire et Romantique with Sir John Eliot Gardiner and Carolina Chocolate Drops with Rhiannon Giddens.
Arts@theCore launches with a five-year grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to reimagine the impact of performing arts on higher education.
European Union Youth Orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy collaborate with UNC faculty soloists and student singers.
Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan returns with a work that calls for three tons of rice onstage!
Mellon-funded DisTIL initiative launches with artists Toshi Reagon and Robin Frohardt. Duke-UNC Keohane fellow Nina Chanel Abney paints a mural on the Morrison Dorm basketball court.
15/16 Shara Novaâ€™s opera You Us We All, featuring Helga Davis. Lil Buck comes to jook, in a collaboration with Cristina Pato, Johnny Gandelsman, Sandeep Das, and Wu Tong of Silkroad Ensemble.
Arts@theCore Curatorial Fellowships launch, where faculty curate their own series.
12/13 The Rite of Spring at 100 features world premieres, renowned artists, master classes and residencies, international conferences, and more. National Theatre of Scotland performs at Back Bar.
Launch of Arts in Public Service Fellows with the Carolina Center for Public Service. Michelle Dorrance and Toshi Reagon join forces for The Blues Project and CPA's 10th anniversary gala.
CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio opens to the public with Paul Dresher's Sound Maze.
16/17 Opening of renovated Susan and James Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall. Glass at 80 honors the iconic American composer Philip Glass, and Sacred/Secular explores links between religion and culture through Sufi art.
Inaugural year of the $1.5M Mellon-funded Creative Futures initiative, with artists Helga Davis, Shara Nova, Okwui Okpokwasili, and Toshi Reagon. Under the You Are Everything project, artists ask important questions of us all.
JANUARY 17 8 PM FRIDAY HILL HALL MOESER AUDITORIUM
INVISIBLE(S) CRISTINA PATO AND MAZZ SWIFT
How might our social, political, and cultural landscapes be different if history had been written by the people of forgotten communities? Featuring stirring new music commissioned or curated by Cristina Pato (of Silkroad Ensemble, Cristina Pato Quartet, and more) this brand new work by the internationally celebrated Galician bagpiper and passionate educator explores this idea, in partnership with critically acclaimed composer and violinist Mazz Swift. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS ANNE FAIRCLOTH AND FRED BEAUJEU-DUFOUR IN HONOR OF WYNDHAM ROBERTSON
Photo: Xan Padron
JANUARY 24–26 7:30 & 8:30 PM FRIDAY 7:30 & 8:30 PM SATURDAY 7:30 & 8:30 PM SUNDAY CURRENT ARTSPACE + STUDIO
ANTIGONICK BIG DANCE THEATER TEXT BY ANNE CARSON
With its inspired use of dance, music, text, and visual design, Big Dance Theater returns to Carolina Performing Arts with Antigonick: a “pop-up play under construction” of renowned poet and classicist Anne Carson’s one-act, radical-feminist, philosophical take on Sophocles’ Antigone. Using Carson’s text, Annie-B Parson braids disparate strands into a multi-dimensional performance featuring the deft wit and imagination for which Big Dance Theater is known. Each evening between performances, ticket holders are welcome to a Dionysian Libation with complimentary food and drinks.
Photo: Maria Baranova
JANUARY 30 7:30 PM THURSDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
THE EVE PROJECT MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE COMPANY Martha Graham Dance Company (MGDC) returns to CPA with stunning new works from The EVE Project, created in honor of the hundredth anniversary of the 19th Amendment and featuring the work of women choreographers and composers. Alongside classic repertory highlighting Graham heroines and anti-heroines, The EVE Project honors the progress of women in the last 100 years and provides an entrée into today’s most pressing conversations about gender and power. See page 7 to learn about the MGDC CURRENT Takeover on September 27–29, 2019. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS MICHAEL AND ANDREA SHINDLER IN MEMORY OF ALAN LANDIS
Photo: Hibbard Nash Photography
FEBRUARY 1 8 PM SATURDAY HILL HALL MOESER AUDITORIUM
LUCIA LUCAS, BARITONE
Baritone Lucia Lucas has emerged as a performer guaranteed to “shatter opera’s glass ceiling” (NewNowNext). The first known transgender opera singer to star in a lead role in the US, Lucas and her powerful voice have made waves at opera houses across the globe. Now, the critically acclaimed singer makes her Carolina Performing Arts debut.
Photo: Josh New
FEBRUARY 6 & 7 7:30 PM THURSDAY 8 PM FRIDAY CURRENT ARTSPACE + STUDIO
EDNA LEWIS WORK-IN-PROGRESS
WRITTEN BY HILTON ALS DIRECTED BY TEA ALAGIC FEATURING HELGA DAVIS AND JUSTIN HICKS
WORLD PREMIERE COMMISSIONED BY CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS
The impact of the late Southern chef Edna Lewis on American cuisine—and generations of people—cannot be overstated. Inspired by Hilton Als' childhood recollections of admiring Lewis from afar during her years in New York City, Edna Lewis is a meditative love letter to her by a celebrated writer. Featuring the sensational Helga Davis as "Edna" ruminating on her storied life and acclaimed performer Justin Hicks as a young Hilton, this intimate work-in-progress is set against pivotal moments in American history.
Photo: © John T. Hill: Edna, Duane Park, New York, New York, 1983. Courtesy of Ann Stewart Fine Art.
FEBRUARY 9 7:30 PM SUNDAY CURRENT ARTSPACE + STUDIO
JOHNNY GANDELSMAN, VIOLIN
Grammy-winning violinist, member of Brooklyn Rider and Silkroad Ensemble, and longtime friend to Carolina Performing Arts Johnny Gandelsman returns for his 15th performance at CPA, with a program that highlights his singular talent for reinventing music of the classical canonâ€”this time, performing JS Bach's Cello Suites on his violin. PRESENTING SPONSOR THE WILLIAM R. KENAN, JR. CHARITABLE TRUST
Photo: Shervin Lainez
CELEBRATING THE CREATIVE LEADERSHIP OF WOMEN
AUGUST 2020 MARKS THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE RATIFICATION OF THE 19TH AMENDMENT, WHICH OFFERED SOME, BUT NOT ALL, WOMEN IN THE US THE RIGHT TO VOTE. THIS SEASON, WE WILL OBSERVE THIS HISTORIC MILESTONE BY CELEBRATING THE CREATIVE LEADERSHIP OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS WHILE EXAMINING PROGRESS MADE AND THE ROAD STILL AHEAD.
JOIN US FOR
A SEASON OVERWHELMINGLY LED BY WOMEN THIS SEASON FEATURES SELECT PROJECTS CREATED BY WOMEN ARTISTS IN SUPPORT OF THE ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN'S RIGHTS, VISIBILITY, AND ARTISTIC WORK. JOIN US IN CELEBRATING WOMEN AT THE FOREFRONT.
1971, CPA’S FIRST LARGESCALE OUTDOOR INSTALLATION CREATED IN COLLABORATION WITH LOCAL PARTNERS AND HISTORIANS, 1971 WILL ADDRESS THE HISTORY AND MYTHOLOGY OF THE 19TH AMENDMENT AND HONOR UNSUNG STORIES OF WOMEN WORKING TO EXPAND VOTING RIGHTS IN NORTH CAROLINA.
WOMEN’S WORK A SERIES OF COMMUNITY DISCUSSIONS THAT WILL EXPLORE THE LIVES OF ARTISTS IN RELATION TO THE OFTEN-INVISIBLE LABOR OF WOMEN.
COLLABORATIVE CREATION WE'RE PROUD TO COLLABORATE WITH PARTNERS REPRESENTING THE CAROLINA WOMEN'S CENTER AND THE SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROJECT, WHO CONTRIBUTED TO PROJECTS INCLUDING 1971 AND AS ONE.
FEBRUARY 11 & 12 7:30 PM TUESDAY 7:30 PM WEDNESDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER
With a history spanning more than six decades, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has changed the landscape of arts in America and beyond. Hewing to Alvin Aileyâ€™s original mission, the company presents important works of the past while continuing to innovate. A valued longtime artistic partner to Carolina Performing Arts, the company returns to perform a program featuring the work of women choreographers, created especially for CPA. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS VAN LOUIS AND KAY WEATHERSPOON
Photo: Andrew Eccles
FEBRUARY 19 & 20 7:30 PM WEDNESDAY 7:30 PM THURSDAY CURRENT ARTSPACE + STUDIO
AS ONE MUSIC AND CONCEPT BY LAURA KAMINSKY LIBRETTO BY MARK CAMPBELL AND KIMBERLY REED FILM BY KIMBERLY REED DIRECTED BY DANIEL B. COLEMAN AND JOSEPH MEGEL FEATURING MARC CALLAHAN, BARITONE SARAH LOVE TAYLOR, MEZZO-SOPRANO EARSPACE (VINCENT POVÁZSAY, CONDUCTOR)
There is Hannah before, and there is Hannah after. In As One, two voices share the part of a sole transgender protagonist, tracing Hannah’s experiences from her youth in a small town to her college years. CPA’s staging of this powerful chamber opera will include locally based advisors and cast members, including Marc Callahan from UNC’s Department of Music (in the role of Hannah Before) and earspace, the Raleighbased ensemble directed by UNC alumnus Vincent Povázsay. This production is supported by the Carolina Women's Center.
“EVERYTHING WE HOPE FOR IN A CONTEMPORARY OPERA: TOPICAL, POIGNANT, DARING, AND BEAUTIFULLY WRITTEN.” —NEW YORK CLASSICAL REVIEW Photo: Chautauqua Opera. Dave Munch for Chautauqua Institution.
FEBRUARY 22 8 PM SATURDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
MARIA SCHNEIDER ORCHESTRA PART OF THE 2020 CAROLINA JAZZ FESTIVAL
Evocative. Majestic. Heart-stoppingly gorgeous. These are a few of the phrases used to describe Maria Schneiderâ€™s music. With her 18-member jazz collective, the renowned bandleader defies categorization. One of few artists to have earned Grammys in multiple categories, Schneider is known for tailoring her compositions to highlight the unique talents of her orchestra's members.
Photo: Whit Lane
FEBRUARY 25 7:30 PM TUESDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
ISABEL LEONARD, MEZZOSOPRANO WITH THE UNC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TONU KALAM, MUSIC DIRECTOR
Acclaimed mezzo-soprano and host of the Metropolitan Opera broadcasts, Isabel Leonard returns to Carolina Performing Arts to perform with the award-winning UNC Symphony Orchestra. Designed in collaboration with the ensemble, this special program will highlight selections from Ms. Leonard's diverse repertoire. PRESENTING SPONSOR THE WILLIAM R. KENAN, JR. CHARITABLE TRUST STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS SUSAN & JAMES MOESER
Photo: Becca Fay
MARCH 5 7:30 PM THURSDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
CELLULAR SONGS CONCERT MEREDITH MONK & VOCAL ENSEMBLE
In this concert version of revolutionary American artist Meredith Monkâ€™s latest music-theater work, she shares her genius in discovery and innovation. Cellular Songs turns to the very fabric of life itself, exploring our interdependent relationship with nature and looking to its underlying systems as inspiration for human behavior in our tumultuous world.
Photo: Julieta Cervantes
MARCH 16 7:30 PM MONDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
“AN INFUSION OF JAZZ, RICH ETHIOPIAN CULTURE AND THAT ARTSY SAN FRANCISCO FLAVOR. IT'S ALSO GOT A SPICY DASH OF VISCERAL POETRY THAT PAINTS PICTURES IN YOUR HEAD AS YOU LISTEN.” —NPR
Poet. Singer. Songwriter. Composer. Fierce performer. Ethiopian-born Meklit is all of these things and more. Known for her distinctive style of Ethio-jazz, she makes music that sways between cultures and continents, lighting up every rhythmically charged live performance with undeniable energy, emotion, and a startlingly beautiful new sound. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS PAULA NOELL AND PALMER PAGE
Photo: Tessa Shimizu
MARCH 19 & 20 7:30 PM THURSDAY 8 PM FRIDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
CREATED BY GEOFF SOBELLE SCENIC DESIGN BY STEVEN DUFALA DIRECTED BY LEE SUNDAY EVANS ORIGINAL SONGS BY ELVIS PERKINS PRODUCED BY BETH MORRISON PROJECTS
Where is home? If home is not a place, what is it? In HOME, a house is conjured onstage as if from nothing. Residents move in, move out, get evicted, burn it down, loot it, rent it, remodel it, get married, get divorced, age, die in it, and haunt itâ€”all in a dreamlike blending of space and time. A grand spectacle of stagecraft, this masterpiece from award-winning physical theater artist Geoff Sobelle brings together the mundane and the sublime for a spellbinding exploration of what makes a house a home.
Photo: Hillarie Jason
MARCH 24 7:30 PM TUESDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
MITSUKO UCHIDA AND MAHLER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA MITSUKO UCHIDA, PIANO AND DIRECTOR MEESUN HONG COLEMAN, CONCERTMASTER AND LEADER
Piano Concerto No. 17 in G Major, K.453
Choralquartett (arr. for Chamber Orchestra)
Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat Major, K.482
PRESENTING SPONSOR THE WILLIAM R. KENAN, JR. CHARITABLE TRUST STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS BETSY BLACKWELL & JOHN WATSON
Photo: Geoffroy Schied
CREATING MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS OFFSTAGE
AT CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS, WE CREATE OPPORTUNITIES THAT OFFER DEPTH AND CONTEXT FOR OUR ARTISTIC EXPERIENCES. We do this by creatively connecting members of campus and community with artists, generating conversation, inspiring co-creation, and promoting the value of performing arts as central to lifelong learning. Read on for an overview of some of the exciting experiences to come in 19/20. Stay up to date on engagement events at carolinaperformingarts.org.
WHAT WE OFFER
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Artist Talks Master Classes Pre-Performance Panels Post-Performance Discussions Workshops Class Interactions Community Partnerships Arts In Public Service Fellowships
COMMUNITY: ART MADE BY CHAPEL HILL, FOR CHAPEL HILL Set in a fictional town, Affordable Housing: The Musical asks us to see a “community problem” as our problem. Collaboratively developed by Chapel Hill-based nonprofits Community Empowerment Fund and the Marian Cheek Jackson Center, Affordable Housing is the culmination of a year-long process during which local residents artistically processed personal housing challenges. It epitomizes the mission of CURRENT, a dynamic home for immersive performing arts that don’t fit into the traditional theater format (November 23 & 24, 2019 at CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio).
CONVERSATION: IN MOTION WITH CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS + DIDA Can dance move us to have meaningful conversations? This is a question that motivates CPA’s engagement team and our friends at Durham Independent Dance Artists (DIDA), an arts organization dedicated to raising the profile of independent dance locally. Over the course of 19/20, CPA + DIDA will host public conversations about contemporary dance after select performances. Join our MOVEMENT!
CLASSROOM: GOING BACK TO SCHOOL WITH FLUTRONIX To create their new work Discourse, Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull of Flutronix went back to school to play student—and teacher. Over the course of a two-year residency at CPA, they researched everyday stories of resilience curated by UNC’s Southern Oral History Project; debated feminism, identity, and art with Professor Tanya Shields’s Women and Gender Studies students; and even became “embedded artists” in Professor Andrea Bohlman’s Music and Politics course. Through their openness and scholarship, UNC voices led Flutronix to artistic and personal discoveries. Visit page 43 to learn more about the premiere of this remarkable work.
CPA + DIDA WILL HOST GATHERINGS FOLLOWING
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CURRICULUM: ART AND PUBLIC SERVICE In 2015, the Buckley Public Service Scholars (BPSS) program at the Carolina Center for Public Service partnered with Carolina Performing Arts to create the Arts in Public Service Fellows, a program that encourages students to enrich their communities through the arts. Undergraduate Fellows attend at least two CPA performances, complete an arts-based skills training, and participate in mentorship sessions with arts administration professionals. Through this program, UNC students make deep connections between public service and the arts in order to recognize their overlapping transformational potential.
“A NEW SENSE OF POSSIBILITY AND DIRECTION IN JAZZ.” —WASHINGTON POST
8 PM FRIDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
VISIONS FOR FRIDA KAHLO MELISSA ALDANA WITH ANIMATION BY ANA MARÍA ARESTI AND DIEGO PEQUEÑO
In a new work inspired by Frida Kahlo, Chilean jazz saxophonist Melissa Aldana pays homage to the groundbreaking artist. With animation reminiscent of Kahlo’s work and the Latin American style of magical realism set to Aldana’s music, Visions for Frida Kahlo is a bold sonic and visual tapestry. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS PAULA NOELL AND PALMER PAGE
Photo: Harrison Weinstein
APRIL 2 & 3 7:30 PM THURSDAY 8 PM FRIDAY CURRENT ARTSPACE + STUDIO
DISCOURSE FLUTRONIX DIRECTED BY CHARLOTTE BRATHWAITE
WORLD PREMIERE COMMISSIONED BY CAROLINA PERFORMING ARTS
In this emotionally resonant new work from flute and electronics duo Flutronix, voices of Chapel Hill are brought to vibrant, shimmering life. Commissioned by Carolina Performing Arts, Discourse draws inspiration from—and incorporates—individual stories from this place for a stunning immersive musical performance in the intimate setting of CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio. Created over a two-year residency at Carolina Performing Arts, the seeds of Discourse were planted in response to the fear, uncertainty, and frustration dividing the US. From it was born a new artistic work that is of, by, and for the Triangle community. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTOR MARIBEL CARRION
Photo: Erin Patrice O'Brien
APRIL 9 7:30 PM THURSDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
THE SOUL REBELS WITH SPECIAL GUEST BIG FREEDIA
The Soul Rebels started with an idea: take the pop music they loved to hear on the radio and the New Orleans brass tradition of their hometown and make it into something new. The result? A revolutionary, deep pocket funk fusing soul, hip-hop, jazz, and rock with a popping brass band sound. Joined by New Orleans-based rapper—and Queen of Bounce music—Big Freedia, they make their CPA debut in style.
APRIL 18 8 PM SATURDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
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A remarkable musical portrait of womenâ€™s experiences from biblical times to the present day, she is called traces a path from early texts by men about women to explorations of current themes through the work of contemporary women composers, including CPA Creative Futures fellows Shara Nova and Toshi Reagon. Brought to life by the acclaimed Brooklyn Youth Chorus, this program illuminates the musical and spiritual lives of women today in radiant form. PERFORMANCE BENEFACTORS AND STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS SUSAN AND JOSEPH CREDLE
Photo: Tim Trumble
APRIL 23 7:30 PM THURSDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
Bringing the great vocal traditions of India and Pakistan squarely into the present, Kiran Ahluwalia honors her roots while departing from them in masterful, personal ways. With original compositions that embrace influences from across the globe, Ahluwalia and her band invite us to explore the human condition in a transcendent, melodic groove. STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTOR LISA CHURCH
Photo: Fernando Elizalde
MAY 5 & 6 7:30 PM TUESDAY 8 PM WEDNESDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WITH SIR SIMON RATTLE, MUSIC DIRECTOR Photo: Hugh Glendigging
MAY 5 PROGRAM BARTÓK
Concerto for Orchestra Duke Bluebeard’s Castle
MAY 6 PROGRAM Soloist Camilla Tilling, soprano
Led by renowned conductor Sir Simon Rattle, the internationally acclaimed London Symphony Orchestra—named one of the top five orchestras in the world by Gramophone—makes their debut on the Memorial Hall stage with a two-night engagement.
Photo: Ranald Mackechnie
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Symphony No. 4
PRESENTING SPONSOR THE WILLIAM R. KENAN, JR. CHARITABLE TRUST PERFORMANCE BENEFACTORS THOMAS S. KENAN, III FRANCES ROLLINS STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS BECKY AND MUNROE COBEY
MAY 15 8 PM FRIDAY MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM
GOLDBERG VARIATIONS LANG LANG
Few artists can claim to have the same profound impact on the world of music as Lang Lang, who has broken untold boundaries in bringing classical music into the 21st century. One of the worldâ€™s most renowned pianists, Lang Lang returns to Carolina Performing Arts to perform the Goldberg Variations by Johann Sebastian Bach. PRESENTING SPONSOR THE WILLIAM R. KENAN, JR. CHARITABLE TRUST
Photo: Xun Chi
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BECOME A PERFORMANCE BENEFACTOR ($10,000–$50,000) Sponsor a performance and enjoy a memorable night with family and friends •
Opportunity to meet the artist(s) and observe rehearsal (depending on availability)
Opportunity to host a pre-performance dinner with your guests in the Pamela Heavner Gallery
Eight Gold Section tickets to sponsored performance, with valet parking and reception invitations for your guests
Recognition in our program book, on lobby monitors, and from the stage the night of the performance
PERFORMANCE BENEFACTORS ALSO RECEIVE ALL BENEFITS LISTED BELOW. THE NON-DEDUCTIBLE AMOUNT OF THE CONTRIBUTION IS $1,184.
THE DAVID LOWRY SWAIN SOCIETY ($10,000+) •
Valet parking for all CPA performances at the Beasley-Curtis Auditorium in Memorial Hall
Reserved parking for all CPA performances at the James and Susan Moeser Auditorium in Hill Hall at Swain lot on Cameron Avenue (adjacent to venues)
Concierge ticket service with access to reserved seats for select performances
Exclusive travel opportunities with the Executive Director for the Arts
DAVID LOWRY SWAIN SOCIETY DONORS ALSO RECEIVE ALL BENEFITS LISTED BELOW. THE NON-DEDUCTIBLE AMOUNT OF THE CONTRIBUTION IS $480.
STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTOR ($5,000–$15,000) Sponsor student tickets for a specific performance and support student access to the arts •
Recognition on all printed student tickets
Opportunity to meet the artist(s) and observe rehearsal (depending on availability)
Recognition in the program book, on lobby monitors, and from the stage the night of the performance
STUDENT TICKET ANGEL FUND BENEFACTORS ALSO RECEIVE ALL BENEFITS LISTED BELOW.
In compliance with IRS regulations and policies, all donor benefits must be waived for gifts made through donor-advised funds or private foundations.
• Name a seat in Memorial Hall
Parking for all CPA performances at Memorial Hall and Hill Hall in Morehead Lot
• Access to the Pamela Heavner Gallery for private events
Invitations to open rehearsals
• Access to Gerrard Hall for private events
Invitation to open house event and backstage tour of Memorial Hall
• Access to CURRENT ArtSpace + Studio for private events PLATINUM DONORS ALSO RECEIVE ALL BENEFITS LISTED BELOW. THE NON-DEDUCTIBLE AMOUNT OF THE CONTRIBUTION IS $150.
Contact our Development Office at 919-843-5680 for additional information. Benefits are valid for a full year beginning on the date of your gift. Capacity for campus parking lots is limited. Please contact us to confirm availability.
BRONZE DONORS ALSO RECEIVE ALL BENEFITS LISTED BELOW. THE NON-DEDUCTIBLE AMOUNT OF THE CONTRIBUTION IS $216.
PATRON ($150–$499) •
Priority purchasing period for season subscriptions and single tickets
Invitation to post-performance receptions with artists
• Intermission receptions in the Pamela Heavner Gallery
Printed recognition in program books
• Invitations to master classes with artists
PATRON DONORS ALSO RECEIVE ALL BENEFITS LISTED BELOW. THE CONTRIBUTION IS FULLY DEDUCTIBLE.
• Parking for all CPA performances at Memorial Hall and Hill Hall in Swain lot on Cameron Avenue (adjacent to both venues)
GOLD DONORS ALSO RECEIVE ALL BENEFITS LISTED BELOW. THE NON-DEDUCTIBLE AMOUNT OF THE CONTRIBUTION IS $150.
FRIEND ($100–$149) •
Invitation to the annual arts luncheon with special guest artist
• Parking for all CPA performances at Memorial Hall and Hill Hall in Bynum and Steele lots on Cameron Avenue (adjacent to both venues)
UNC-Chapel Hill students may join at a discounted rate of $35
• Purchase season subscriptions and single tickets the day the season is announced
THE CONTRIBUTION IS FULLY DEDUCTIBLE.
• Invitation to annual season preview reception SILVER DONORS ALSO RECEIVE ALL BENEFITS LISTED BELOW. THE NON-DEDUCTIBLE AMOUNT OF THE CONTRIBUTION IS $60.
YOUNG ARTS CHAMPIONS Supporters age 35 or younger will be recognized for the giving level that corresponds to twice the value of their gift.
VENUES CURRENT ARTSPACE + STUDIO 123 WEST FRANKLIN STREET Will Call and lobby open 30 minutes prior to performance. Opened in winter 2018, CURRENT features a multipurpose studio as well as an adaptable black box-style theater, perfect for dynamic, immersive performances and installations.
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MEMORIAL HALL BEASLEY-CURTIS AUDITORIUM 114 EAST CAMERON AVENUE Will Call opens 90 minutes before performance. Lobby opens 60 minutes prior.
145 EAST CAMERON AVENUE Will Call opens 30 minutes before performance. Lobby opens 60 minutes prior. Located in Hill Hall, Moeser Auditorium was renovated in 2016 and is home to recitals and other intimate performances by world-class artists and ensembles.
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Built in 1885 and renovated in 2005, Memorial Hall is CPAâ€™s largest venue, home to theater and dance productions, orchestral concerts, and much more.
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IN PERSON UNC'S MEMORIAL HALL BOX OFFICE 114 EAST CAMERON AVENUE MON-FRI: 10 AM-5 PM
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CURRENT EDNA LEWIS TAKEOVER MARTHA WRITTENGRAHAM BY DANCE HILTONCOMPANY ALS, DIRECTED BY TEA ALGAIC MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE COMPANY: CURRENT TAKEOVER
INTUITION: SONGS FROM THE MINDS OF WOMEN ALICIA OLATUJA
OCTOBER 10/9 & 10/10 10/2
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ROSAS DANST ROSAS BY ANNE TERESA ALICIA OLATUJA DE KEERSMAEKER INTUITION: SONGS FROM ANDMINDS ROSASOF WOMEN THE THE DAY ROSAS DANST ROSAS MAYA BEISER, BY ANNE TERESA WENDY WHELAN, DE KEERSMAEKER LUCINDA CHILDS, AND ROSAS AND DAVID LANG THE DAY AN EVENING MAYA BEISER,WITH CHRIS THILE WENDY WHELAN, LUCINDA CHILDS GOLDA SCHULTZ, AND DAVID LANGSOPRANO AND JONATHAN WARE, PIANO AN EVENING WITH CHRIS THILE GOLDA SCHULTZ, SOPRANO & JONATHAN WARE, PIANO
11/20 & 11/16 11/21
11/20 & 11/21
EMMYLOU HARRIS THEATRE REPLACEMENT SAROD TRILOGY MINE AMJAD ALI KHAN, MASTER OF THE SAROD, WITH SAROD AMAANTRILOGY ALI BANGASH, SAROD AMJAD AYAAN ALI ALIKHAN, BANGASH, SAROD MASTER OF THE SAROD AMAAN ALI BANGASH, THE FUTURE IS FEMALESAROD AYAAN BANGASH, SARAH ALI CAHILL, PIANOSAROD SARAH PIANO Loch na CAHILL, hEala (SWAN LAKE) THE TEACFUTURE DAMSAIS FEMALE CREATED BY Loch na hEala (SWAN LAKE) MICHAEL KEEGAN-DOLAN TEAC DAMSA CREATED BY MICHAEL KEEGAN-DOLAN
DECEMBER DECEMBER 12/7 & 12/8
THE NUTCRACKER CAROLINA BALLET
12/7 &12/13 12/8
FREEDOM AND FAITH CAROLINA BALLET PUBLIQUARTET THE NUTCRACKER
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FANM D’AYITI NATHALIE JOACHIM WITH SPEKTRAL QUARTET
INVISIBLE(S) CRISTINA PATO AND MAZZ SWIFT
ANTIGONICK BIG DANCE THEATER TEXT BY ANNE CARSON THE EVE PROJECT MARTHA GRAHAM DANCE COMPANY
3/16 3/19 & 3/20
2/6 & 2/7
2/9 2/11 & 2/12
2/19 & 2/20
AS ONE A CHAMBER OPERA BY LAURA KAMINSKY
MARIA SCHNEIDER ORCHESTRA
ISABEL LEONARD, MEZZO-SOPRANO, WITH THE UNC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TONU KALAM, MUSIC DIRECTOR
HOME CREATED BY GEOFF SOBELLE
VISIONS FOR FRIDA KAHLO MELISSA ALDANA
DISCOURSE FLUTRONIX THE SOUL REBELS WITH SPECIAL GUEST BIG FREEDIA
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JOHNNY GANDELSMAN, VIOLIN ALVIN AILEY AMERICAN DANCE THEATER
MITSUKO UCHIDA AND MAHLER CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
LUCIA LUCAS , BARITONE EDNA LEWIS WRITTEN BY HILTON ALS, DIRECTED BY TEA ALAGIC FEATURING HELGA DAVIS
CELLULAR SONGS CONCERT MEREDITH MONK & VOCAL ENSEMBLE
4/2 & 4/3 2/1
MAY 5/5 & 5/6
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA WITH SIR SIMON RATTLE, MUSIC DIRECTOR LANG LANG, PIANO
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
100 Porthole Building, CB# 3233 Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3233