September 1 - 12:00 noon
classical music with a quirk factor guaranteed to fascinate: five brilliant
young musicians, all principals with the Brandenburg Symphony, step outside
their traditional training to make an experimental musical bridge playing
Austrian Alpenhorn, Australian didgeridoo, saxophone, and percussion instruments
from the world over.
September 1 - 8:00 p.m.
Evora took the young Francelina Durâo Almeida under her wing, invited
her to share the stage and introduced her exquisite voice to the world.
Fantcha sings the Cape Verdean morna with a style and energy that is familiar,
yet completely her own.
September 2 - 8:00 p.m.
Huey P. Newton Story starring Roger G. Smith
Movement, Meaning series event with Post Performance Discussion
and theater meet in this intimate portrait of the mythic rise and tragic
fall of the late co-founder of the Black Panther Party. This Obie
and NAACP award winng work was assembled from Newton’s own writings and
interviews, depicting the charismatic 1960's revolutionary leader with
September 8 - 12:00 noon
just can’t beat a lunch accompanied by acoustic bluegrass, folk, country
and Appalachian-influenced music. You’ll hear guitar, fiddle, mandolin,
banjo, and bass fiddle, along with close harmony singing and lots of infectious
September 15 - 12:00 noon & 8:00 p.m.
Jones - Surface Transit: More Sketches of Ordinary People
Movement, Meaning series event with Post Performance Discussion for the
evening performance only.
26 year-old actress/poet is celebrated within the underground poetry scene
for her ability to blend wit, honesty, outrage, compassion and an authentic
‘zebra' (Black father, European/Caribbean mother), Jones spent a lifetime
switching roles. She brings to the stage, victims and perpetrators
of hate ranging from a white supremacist looking for positive publicity
to a Russian woman with a knack for making cornrows.
September 16 - 8:00 p.m.
Kyung Lee & Dancers
choreographer Hae Kyung Lee draws upon training from Ewha University in
Seoul, UCLA and Martha Graham to create works which combine the aesthetic
and spiritual strengths of her Korean ancestry with a contemporary and
post-modern sensibility. Her new site-specific work, “Ancient Mariner”
will feature an original score performed live by award-winning composer
Steve Moshier and his acoustic/electronic chamber ensemble, Liquid Skin.
& Friday, September 21 & 22 - 8:00 p.m.
Clash Coast to Coast
Movement, Meaning series events each with Post Performance Discussion
nation’s premiere Chicano-Latino Theatre group (Richard Montoya, Ric Salinas
and Herbert Siguenza) has written and performed critically-acclaimed site-specific
works about Miami, San Diego, New York and San Francisco. Each work
examines and celebrates diverse voices, erasing the boundaries between
comedy and commentary. “Culture Clash, Coast to Coast” is a “best
of” compilation of these four hilarious shows. An evening of exciting,
exuberant, unshackled theater - not to be missed.
September 22 - noon
world musician, multi-instrumentalist and comedian brings us an hour of
traditional and contemporary Jewish music performed on the shofar (including
Hatikva and Kol Nidre), trumpet, shakuhachi, guitar, autoharp and piano.
September 24 - 3:00 p.m.
Annual Marcia Berman Family Sing-A-Long
Jacki Breger, Marcia Berman and their musician friends for a fun-filled
afternoon of singing, clapping, dancing and jumping for joy! Great
for the whole family. Children (ages 2 to 10) bring your parents,
grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
September 29 - 12:00 noon
jazz based on the music of the Beijing Opera? Liu Qi Chao is a renowned
Chinese musician both here and around the world. How about an excursion
to China on the jazz train? It’s a trip worth taking!