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Our alumni and faculty have been on Broadway and in national tours of:
Book of Mormon • Wicked • Phantom of the Opera • Evita • Motown • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat • In the Heights • West Side Story • Spamalot • Spring Awakening • Chicago • Million Dollar Quartet • Mary Poppins • Scandalous • Company • Jekyll & Hyde • Disney's Aladdin • Green Day's American Idiot • and more!

 

 

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From baroque ensembles to cutting-edge theatre and stunning art and design exhibitions, we offer something for the arts lover in everyone.

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Tickets: $10–General; $5–Student (unless noted otherwise)

ASU Chamber Orchestra and Chamber Singers: Fall Choral Festival, Mozart Requiem

7:30 p.m. Oct. 19

Location: Central United Methodist Church of Phoenix

A program of music from the Classical era, featuring Mozart's Requiem. Jason Caslor and David Schildkret, conductors. Buy tickets

ASU Concert Choir and Chamber Singers: In Concert

7:30 p.m. March 3

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Spring performance of small-scale works for a cappella chorus and choir with piano, featuring the "Flower Songs" by Benjamin Britten. Bartlett Evans and David Schildkret, conductors. Buy tickets

ASU Chamber Singers and the Red Rocks Music Festival: James Whitbourn's "Annelies"

2:30 p.m. April 10

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Tickets: $23–General; $8–Student.

The ASU Chamber Singers join forces with the Red Rocks Music Festival and Grammy-nominated soprano Arianna Zukerman to present this powerful oratorio based on "The Diary of Anne Frank." Larry Wyatt, conductor. Buy tickets

ASU Men's Chorus, Women's Chorus, and Barrett Choir: All's Fair in Love and War

4 p.m. April 24

Location: First United Methodist Church of Mesa

A program of choral favorites, featuring battle music and love songs. Bartlett Evans, Julie Neish and David Schildkret, conductors. Buy tickets

Fall Forward!

6:30 p.m. Oct. 2; 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3; 2 p.m. Oct. 4.

Tickets: $16–General; $12–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $12–Senior; $8–Student

Location: Paul V. Galvin Playhouse

The kick-off event of the dance season, features new works created by ASU faculty and guests. Using a range of movement styles and new media, artists redefine dance and live performance. Buy tickets

Fall Undergraduate Project Presentations

7:30 p.m. Oct. 22–23

Tickets: $10–General, ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $5–Seniors, Students

Margaret Gisolo Dance Studio

In a collection of dance, new media and installation pieces, undergraduate students experiment with choreographic approaches that inspires us to rethink the meaning of creativity. Buy tickets

Fall Graduate Project Presentations

7:30 p.m. Oct. 29–30

Tickets: $10–General, ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $5–Seniors, Students

Margaret Gisolo Dance Studio

Featuring original dance and multimedia pieces created by graduate students in a physically and visually compelling evening; students explore the full spectrum of dance theatre, challenging notions about art-making traditions. Buy tickets

Emerging Artists I

6:30 p.m. Nov. 6; 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7; 2 p.m. Nov. 8.

Tickets: $16–General; $12–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $12–Senior; $8–Student

Location: Margaret Gisolo Dance Studio PEBE 132

The Emerging Artists series presents thesis projects created by graduating MFA in Dance students. Candidates investigate personal stories and thought-provoking issues using platforms that include live performance, film and interactive media. Features Grace Gallagher and David Olarte. Buy tickets

Emerging Artists II

6:30 p.m. Nov. 20; 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21; 2 p.m. Nov. 22.

Tickets: $16–General; $12–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $12–Senior; $8–Student

Location: Margaret Gisolo Dance Studio PEBE 132

The Emerging Artists series presents thesis projects created by graduating MFA in Dance students. Candidates investigate personal stories and thought-provoking issues using platforms that include live performance, film and interactive media. Features See Cha and Emily May. Buy tickets

Emerging Artists III

6:30 p.m. Jan. 29; 7:30 p.m. Jan. 30; 2 p.m. Jan. 31.

Tickets: $16–General; $12–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $12–Senior; $8–Student

Location: Dance Lab, FAC 122

Presenting thesis projects created by graduating MFA in Dance students. Candidates investigate personal stories and thought-provoking issues using platforms that include live performance, film and interactive media. Features Ricardo Alvarez and Jenny Gerena. Buy tickets

Transition Projects

6:30 p.m. Feb. 19; 7:30 p.m. Feb. 20; 2 p.m. Feb. 21.

Tickets: $16–General; $12–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $12–Senior; $8–Student

Location: Margaret Gisolo Dance Studio PEBE 132

BFA candidates present an eclectic evening of work, showcasing the culmination of their undergraduate artistic experiences. Spanning the aesthetics of postmodern, urban and hybrid dance styles, this show features original pieces created for the stage, alternative spaces and film. Buy tickets

Spring Graduate Project Presentations

7:30 p.m. March 24–25

Tickets: $10–General, ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $5–Seniors, Students

Margaret Gisolo Dance Studio

Featuring original dance and multimedia pieces created by graduate students in a physically and visually compelling evening; students explore the full spectrum of dance theatre, challenging notions about art-making traditions. Buy tickets

Spring Undergraduate Project Presentations

7:30 p.m. March 31–April 1

Tickets: $10–General, ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $5–Seniors, Students

Margaret Gisolo Dance Studio

In a collection of dance, new media and installation pieces, undergraduate students experiment with choreographic approaches that inspires us to rethink the meaning of creativity. Buy tickets

Dance: Inventions & Conventions

6:30 p.m. April 15; 7:30 p.m. April 16; 2 p.m. April 17.

Tickets: $16–General; $12–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $12–Senior; $8–Student

Location: Paul V. Galvin Playhouse

"Dance: Inventions & Conventions" is a high-energy event that highlights some of the "best hits" of the 2015–16 season alongside new work designed for the Galvin Playhouse, created by faculty, visiting artists, students and alumni. Buy tickets

Tickets: $22–General; $16–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $15–Senior; $12–Student

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Johannes Möller

7:30 p.m. Oct. 8

The European guitarist and composer Johannes Möller has captivated audiences throughout the world with charismatic and soulful performances. Möller's ASU program is entitled "Tales of India," a manifestation of his years of following and learning North Indian Classical music during his travels. He creates a new musical language exploring the crossover between Indian and Western Classical Music. The result: soulful and heart-warming compositions accompanied by the tabla, an Indian percussion instrument. Buy tickets

Thomas Viloteau

7:30 p.m. Nov. 13

Thomas Viloteau is considered one of the most gifted classical guitarists of the younger generation, and not without reason. Viloteau has won several prestigious competitions, including the Guitar Foundation of America Competition in 2006 and the Tàrrega Competition in Spain in 2012. Buy tickets

Zoran Dukic

7:30 p.m. Jan. 15

Zoran Dukic is one of the most distinguished classical guitarists of our time. His concert performances leave long-lasting impressions on both audiences and critics. His carefully balanced programs present a range of music from Bach to Britten, from Sor to Albéniz, from Tárrega to Villa-Lobos and Brouwer. Buy tickets

Adam Del Monte

7:30 p.m. Feb. 12

One of the leading flamenco and classical guitarist/composers of his generation, Adam del Monte has made it his life mission to fully express himself in these two genres, transcending labeling and convention. Del Monte and a group of extraordinary musicians have embarked on a journey of creating a unique sound and language of flamenco that is both steeped in tradition and progressive in its openness to musical flavors from around the world. Buy tickets

Roberto Aussel

7:30 p.m. April 1

Roberto Aussel is an extraordinary musician and an exceptional interpreter. Born in 1954 in Argentina, he began playing guitar at the age of seven. Since the 1980s, his renown as an international concert artist has continued to spread, and he regularly appears in concerts and at festivals in Europe, South America, and the United States. Buy tickets

Tickets: $9–General; $5–Student

The Romantic Bassoon

7:30 p.m. Sept. 18

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

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Albie Micklich, bassoon; Andrew Campbell, piano; and Martin Schuring, oboe, present an evening of romantic works, old and new, for bassoon. Buy tickets

Nancy Buck and Friends

2:30 p.m. Sept. 20

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Violist Nancy Buck performs with pianist Russell Ryan, featuring works by Bruch, Martinu and Loeffler. Buy tickets

Robert Spring, Clarinet and Friends

2:30 p.m. Oct. 4

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Robert Spring and friends present a recital of classics as well as a memorial to the Texas composer Mark Schultz. Spring is joined by percussionist J. B. Smith, pianist Gail Novak, and Thomas Bacon on horn to perform Schultz's trilogy for clarinet, horn, piano and percussion. Buy tickets

Creviston Duo with Christopher and Hannah Creviston

7:30 p.m. Oct. 15

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

The Creviston Duo, internationally respected recording artists, present an evening of contemporary and romantic music for saxophone and piano. Buy tickets

Martin Schuring, Oboe, and Andrew Campbell, Piano

5 p.m. Oct. 25

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Martin Schuring and Andrew Campbell perform British music for oboe and piano. Buy tickets

Contemporary Music Festival Faculty and Guest Artist Concert

7:30 p.m. Nov. 5–6

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

The ASU Contemporary Music Festival is an annual event and offers the highest quality performances of experimental music in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The festivals comprise themed concerts and showcase music that is rarely performed along with pre-concert talks, round tables and film screenings. Through these festivals we promote the view that music is a living tradition – an exciting and vibrant part of modern life. The sixth installment of this festival will take place in November 2015 and focuses on the French composer Pierre Boulez and his legacies on the occasion of his 90th birthday. Buy tickets

ASU Jazz Faculty Showcase

7:30 p.m. Feb 3

Location: Recital Hall

Members of the ASU Jazz Studies faculty come together to perform original compositions as well as jazz classics. Buy tickets

Russ & Carole & Mike & Heather

2:30 p.m. Feb. 14

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Join faculty artists Heather Landes, flute; Carole FitzPatrick, soprano; and Michael Kocour and Russell Ryan, piano, for an afternoon of eclectic music from Bach to jazz. Buy tickets

ASU Percussion Faculty Recital

2 p.m. Feb. 21

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

ASU faculty Simone Mancuso, Dom Moio, J. B. Smith and Shaun Tilburg present a program of solo works and chamber pieces. Buy tickets

Horn, Bass Trombone and More with John Ericson and Douglas Yeo

2:30 p.m. Feb. 27

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

ASU horn and trombone professors John Ericson and Douglas Yeo perform a program of music for horn, bass trombone and historical brass instruments. Buy tickets

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Bedlam: Kayleen Sánchez, Soprano, and Laudon Schuett, Lute

7:30 p.m. Sept. 25

Location: Organ Hall

Tickets: $22–General; $16–Faculty/Staff/Alum; $15–Senior; $12–Student

Bedlam performs an exciting program of 16th-century lute songs and virtuoso works for solo lute, featuring some of the most colorful songs of the great English songwriter Thomas Campion, anonymous Scottish tunes both ribald and tender, dances and ballad settings by the Elizabethan court musician John Johnson. Sponsored by the Early Music Society. Buy tickets

A Tale of Two Cities

7:30 p.m. Jan. 23

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Tickets: $22–General; $16–Faculty/Staff/Alum; $15–Senior; $12–Student

The acclaimed Aulos Ensemble presents a "A Tale of Two Cities," featuring musical gems from 17th- and 18th-century London and Paris. Performing on period instruments, Aulos showcases the virtuosity of Handel's chamber works, the pomp and subtlety of royal dance music by Couperin and the theatricality of stage music from Purcell's "The Fairy Queen" and Rameau's "Les fê tes d'Hébé." Aulos is Christopher Krueger, flauto traverso and recorder; Marc Schachman, baroque oboe; Linda Quan, baroque violin; Myron Lutzke, baroque cello; and Arthur Haas, harpsichord. This concert is co-sponsored by the ASU School of Music and the Phoenix Early Music Society. Buy tickets

Elizabeth Crawford, Clarinet

7:30 p.m. Jan. 29

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Tickets: $9–General; $5–Student

Join the School of Music in welcoming Elizabeth Crawford, Ball State University's Professor of Clarinet. Buy tickets

Western Brass Quintet

5 p.m. Feb. 24

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Tickets: $9–General; $5–Student

Founded in 1966, the Western Brass Quintet is one of the oldest and most distinguished brass chamber music ensembles still active in the United States today. The group's 50th anniversary is in 2016, and they are excited to celebrate it with a feature performance at ASU. In this concert, the ensemble performs repertoire from their latest CD, featuring a work recently composed for WBQ by Pierre Jalbert. Buy tickets

The Saar Trio with Theresa Delaphin (Oboe), Lia Uribe (Bassoon) and Andrew Campbell (Piano)

7:30 p.m. March 14

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Tickets: $9–General; $5–Student

The Saar Trio was founded at the Saarburger Serenaden Music festival in 2014 and performs mixed chamber music for oboe, bassoon and piano. Theresa Delaplain, oboe and Lia Uribe, bassoon are Professors of Music at the University of Arkansas, and are joined by ASU Director of Collaborative Piano Andrew Campbell in a diverse program featuring colorful trios by Poulenc and Previn and arrangements of tangos by Piazzolla. Buy tickets

Tickets: $21–General; $15–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $12–Senior; $8–Student

Location: Evelyn Smith Music Theatre

Company

7:30 p.m. Sept. 25–26, Oct. 2–3; 2 p.m. Sept. 27, Oct. 4

Sondheim's game-changing musical is a sophisticated and honest look at modern, adult relationships. "Company" is largely regarded as a trailblazer of the dark-comedy, modern-musical genre and is the winner of 7 TONY Awards, including Best Musical, Best Score, Best Lyrics and Best Book. This show is rated PG-13. Buy tickets

Guadalupe: The Opera

7:30 p.m. Nov. 19–21; 2 p.m. Nov. 22

The world premiere of "Guadalupe: The Opera," by ASU School of Music professor and Arizona Governor's Arts Award-winner James DeMars. The story reveals the desperation of the native inhabitants of Mexico in 1531, who are caught in a violent clash between two cultures, and the heroic struggle of Juan Diego to achieve peace for his people through the transformation of Mother Earth to Mother Mary. Lyric arias and powerful choruses are supported by an orchestra including Native American artists R. Carlos Nakai and Xavier Yxayotl. Buy tickets

Grease *Student Workshop Production*

7:30 p.m. Jan. 15–16, 2 p.m. Jan. 16–17

Here is Rydell High's senior class of 1959: duck-tailed, hot-rodding "Burger Palace Boys" and their gum-snapping, hip-shaking "Pink Ladies" in bobby sox and pedal pushers, evoking the look and sound of the 1950s in this rollicking musical. An eight-year run on Broadway and two subsequent revivals, along with innumerable school and community productions, place "Grease" among the world's most popular musicals. Buy tickets

L'elisir d'amore (The Elixir of Love)

7:30 p.m. Feb. 25–27; 2 p.m. Feb. 28

"L'elisir d'amore" is one of the most frequently performed of all Donizetti's operas. It combines a touching love story and hilarious comedy with beautiful music, including the much-loved aria "Una furtiva lagrima." This opera is appropriate for all ages. Buy tickets

The Drowsy Chaperone

7:30 p.m. April 15–16, April 21, April 23; 2 p.m. April 17, April 24

When a die-hard theatre fan plays his favorite cast album, the characters come to life in this hilarious musical farce. Winner of five TONY Awards (including Best Book and Best Original Score), "The Drowsy Chaperone" is a loving send-up of the Jazz Age musical, featuring one show-stopping song and dance number after another. This show is appropriate for all ages. Buy tickets

Tickets: $22–General; $16–Faculty, Staff + Alumni: $15–Senior; $12–Student

Location: Organ Hall

Bach and Newman

2:30 p.m. Oct. 18

Renowned Bach performer Anthony Newman plays works by the Thomaskirche Cantor alongside his own compositions. Buy tickets

Pioneers of the Organ

2:30 p.m. Nov. 8

Goldman Professor of Organ Kimberly Marshall traces innovations in organ composition in a program featuring both the Fritts and Traeri organs in music by Schlick, Sweelinck, Frescobaldi and Bach. Buy tickets

Christmas Classics

2:30 p.m. and 5 p.m. Dec. 12; 5 p.m. Dec. 13

Enjoy your Christmas favorites in this program of seasonal organ music, with Melanie Holm, soprano. The glorious music and festively decorated Organ Hall are sure to get you in the Christmas spirit. Buy tickets

All Roads Lead to Rome

2:30 p.m. Jan. 24

Syracuse University organist Annie Laver explores the musical culture of Rome and its influences throughout Europe in a program that features the Traeri baroque organ. Buy tickets

German Milestones

2:30 p.m. Feb. 7

Germany's legacy of remarkable organ music is unparalleled. Goldman Professor of Organ Kimberly Marshall will trace this from the first notated music of the 15th century to that of Max Reger, commemorating the centennial of his death. Buy tickets

Castles, Convents and Cathedrals

2:30 p.m. Feb. 21

ASU alumnus Skye Hart explores music from the Renaissance to the present that mirrors the architecture in which it was conceived. Buy tickets

North Meets South: Musical Treasures by German Baroque and Italian Renaissance Masters

2:30 p.m. March 20

New York organist Renée Anne Louprette plays works by Buxtehude, Böhm, Merulo, Cavazzoni, Trabaci, De Macque and J. S. Bach. Buy tickets

Tickets: $22–General; $8–Student

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

Sonoran Chamber Music Series Concert I

2 p.m. Nov. 8

The first concert of the Sonoran Chamber Music Series will feature pianist Gil Kalich, violinist Carmit Zori and cellist Tom Landschoot. Buy tickets

Sonoran Chamber Music Series Concert II

2 p.m. Jan. 24

This Sonoran Chamber Music concert will feature the internationally renowned Rossetti Quartet. Buy tickets

Sonoran Chamber Music Series Concert III

2 p.m. March 20

The third concert of the Sonoran Chamber Music Series will present a romantic chamber music program. Buy tickets

Sonoran Chamber Music Series Concert IV

2 p.m. April 17

The final concert of the Sonoran Chamber Music Series for 2015–16 will bring back the brilliant pianist Kevin Fitz-Gerald, the Tokyo Quartet's first violinist, Martin Beaver, and Sonoran Chamber Music artistic director Tom Landschoot. Buy tickets

Tickets: $16–General; $12–ASU Faculty, Staff + Alumni; $12–Senior; $8–Student

A Streetcar Named Desire

7:30 p.m. Oct. 16–17, 22–23, 24; 2 p.m. Oct. 18, 25

Location: Lyceum Theatre

Directed by Wyatt Kent. Written by Tennessee Williams. This classic of American theatre and cinema follows the fragile and refined Blanche DuBois who has fled to her sister's New Orleans apartment to escape financial ruin. There she is confronted by her own past and fresh calamity in this Southern Gothic tale of lust, lies, brutality and madness. Buy tickets

Dry Land

7:30 p.m. Oct. 30–31, Nov. 1, Nov. 6–8

Location: FAC 133

Directed by William Partlan. Written by Ruby Rae Spiegel. Written by up-and-coming playwright Ruby Rae Spiegel, "Dry Land" tells the story of two high school swimmers, Amy and Ester, who are drawn together by the need to secretly terminate Amy's unwanted pregnancy. An intimate and searing portrait of teenage friendship and desperation set in a girls' locker room. Mature content. Buy tickets

Brooklyn Bridge

7:30 p.m. Nov. 13–14, 19–20, 21; 2 p.m. Nov. 15, 22. (Nov. 20 at 11 a.m., student matinée)

Location: Paul V. Galvin Playhouse

Directed by Ricky Araiza. Written by Melissa James Gibson. Meet Sasha, a ten-year-old with an impending essay deadline, absent parents and no pen. In her quest for a writing utensil and for company, she wanders through her apartment building, where she meets a variety of colorful tenants, who tell her stories about the Brooklyn Bridge and help her to confront her fears. Appropriate for families and young audiences. Buy tickets

Lasso of Truth

7:30 p.m. Feb. 12–13, 18–19, 20; 2 p.m. Feb. 14, 21

Location: Lyceum Theatre

Directed by Pamela Fields. Written by Carson Kreitzer. Bondage, Gloria Steinem and lie detector tests all figure into this racy tale about Wonder Woman's origins and the lasting effects of her legacy. This is a story about the nature of comic books, truth and love. Mature content. Buy tickets

The America Play

7:30 p.m. Feb. 19–21, Feb. 26–28

Location: FAC 133

Directed by Nia Witherspoon. Written by Suzan-Lori Parks. In this contemporary classic of the U.S. American theatre by one of its greatest living playwrights, The Founding Father re-enacts the assassination of Abraham Lincoln again and again beside The Great Hole of History. This production will mark the 10th anniversary of the School of Film, Dance and Theatre's Theatre & Performance of the Americas program. Buy tickets

She Kills Monsters

7:30 p.m. March 25–26, 31, April 1–2; 2 p.m. March 26, April 3

Location: Paul V. Galvin Playhouse

Directed by Lance Gharavi. Written by Qui Nguyen. To rediscover the younger sister she lost to a tragic car accident, Agnes must embark on a quest into deepest, darkest geekdom in this action-packed, 90s-themed romp through the fantasy world of Dungeons & Dragons. The line between fantasy and reality blurs as Agnes battles her own demons and learns to embrace the unordinary. Buy tickets

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7:30 p.m. April 15–16, 20–21, 23; 2 p.m. April 17, 24

Location: Lyceum Theatre

Directed by Phil Weaver-Stoesz. Written by John Perovich. Jack, a shut-in artist who lives on the Lower East Side, is faced with tough choices when his mother unexpectedly passes. Mary is determined to get his work into a gallery with the help of a curator, but their innocent partnership develops into a dangerous dance of exploitation. Splatter paintings are a grisly metaphor in this play about art, abuse and revealing the unseen in this world premiere by ASU MFA playwright John Perovich. Buy tickets

Tickets: $23–General; $8–Student

Location: Katzin Concert Hall

A Fine Romance

7:30 p.m. Oct. 23

Join us as we welcome back the Brentano String Quartet as ASU's Visiting Quartet in Residence for 2015–16! A favorite of the dear friends of our program as well as audiences worldwide, they are sure to delight with this concert featuring romantic favorites by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Dvorak. Buy tickets

A Fugue Good Men

7:30 p.m. Feb. 5

Back in the day, the measure of a composer was how well one could write a fugue. This concert features three of the best fugue composers: Bach, Haydn and Beethoven. It is sure to be an epic event, with Bach's The Art of the Fugue presented alongside actors performing portions of an original play. Buy tickets

Back to the Future

7:30 p.m. April 8

Music from the past or music of our time? How about both! This concert features some of the 20th century's greatest composers, including Britten, Janacek and Shostakovich, composers whose works are as relevant and pioneering today as when they were written. Buy tickets

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