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Artist Series Brochure

 

Season Tickets

$60

 

Individual Event Tickets

$18 Adults

$10 Age 18 and Under

$5 for Chipola Students and Employees

(Chipola students and employees tickets may not be purchased online

and must be purchased at the CFA Box Office.  A valid Chipola ID is required.)

 

 

SEASON TICKETS

Purchase your Artist Series Season Tickets and reserve your seats for the entire season, receive more than a 15% discount over individually purchased tickets,

attend the "Meet the Artist" receptions, and enjoy early renewal privileges.

 

If you purchased Season Tickets last year,

contact the Box Office today to renew your subscription.

New subscribers may purchase Season Tickets online beginning September 13.

 

Thursday, October 16, 2014

TRIO VISELTEAR

7 p.m.

Center for the Arts, Theatre 

 

British violinist Peter Povey, Russian cellist Alexei Romanenko, and Canadian pianist Christine Yoshikawa delight audiences around the world with their highly vibrant musicality and technical brilliance. Equally in demand as concert soloists, Trio Viseltear has distinguished themselves as a combined dynamic team of artists with an impressive list of awards and personal achievements. They have enjoyed debuts upon many of the world’s prominent concert stages. Presenting an exhilarating program of solo, duo, and trio masterpieces from classics to contemporary, they are advocates of new music. Included in the program is the world premiere of composer Clare Shore's “Daytripping” for violin, cello and piano - written for and dedicated to Trio Viseltear.

 

Tickets may be purchased online or at the Center for the Arts Box Office

beginning September 19.

 

Thursday, November 20, 2014

THEN SINGS MY SOUL

7 p.m.

Center for the Arts, Theatre 

 

Cheryse McLeod Lewis, Mezzo-Soprano, is an accomplished performer in opera, Broadway, concert, and recital.  Most recently, Ms. Lewis performed on The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess 1st National Broadway Tour.  She appeared in the title role (Bess) numerous times to critical acclaim and was commended for her “stunning vocal power” and “rich lyric mezzo sound”. Appearing with Ms. Lewis on the Chipola stage will be the Chipola College Chorus and Community Chorus. Currently based in Seattle, WA, Ms. Lewis released her debut solo CD, Spirituals, in 2012.  Learn more at www.CheryseMusic.com. 

 

Tickets may be purchased online or at the Center for the Arts Box Office

beginning October 20.

 

Thursday, January 22, 2015

EMBRACEABLE YOU, The Music of George Gershwin

7 p.m.

Center for the Arts, Theatre 

 

 “They Can’t Take That Away From Me,” “I Got Rhythm,” and “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off!.” The Music of George and Ira Gershwin is musical comedy at its finest.  Sizzling dance numbers, nostalgic ballads, and romantic comedy, all backed by live musicians and set under the Paris sky–you’ll believe you are watching Gene Kelly and Cyd Charisse trip the light fantastic. Straight from the Broadway stage, Dean and Lisa Balkwill are two triple threats brimming with charm and charisma.

 

Tickets may be purchased online or at the Center for the Arts Box Office

beginning January 2.

 

Thursday, April 2, 2015

UNSINKABLE WOMEN

Stories and Songs from the Titanic

7 p.m.

Center for the Arts, Theatre 

 

Deborah Jean Templin began writing Unsinkable Women, while touring with the stage hit Titanic: A New Musical. Wondering what it was like when the survivors finally came home, the show stimulated her investigation into the event which saw 1500 people perish in the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912. During the course of this one-woman play about the women who survived the sinking of the legendary liner Templin portrays nine unique individuals, shifting from one to the other without leaving the stage. Her roles include Madeline Astor, heiress to one of America‘s greatest fortunes; New York housewife Daisy Spedden whose son‘s teddy bear survived the sinking and inspired a classic children‘s book; and the celebrated Molly Brown—the bold unsinkable character who took charge of a floundering lifeboat and guided it to safety.

 

Tickets may be purchased online or at the Center for the Arts Box Office

beginning March 5.

 

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at the Center for the Arts Box Office!

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