January 10 to March 20 - January 10
New Cuts, Curated by Rhea Anastas open Saturday, Jan. 10 with an opening reception from 2:00 -5:00 pm in the Contemporary Arts Center Gallery.
January 10
Lorna Griffitt performs with Haroutune Bedelian (violin), Nicole Mitchell (flute) and French pianist Claude Cymerman. The program includes Mozart’s Sonata in B-flat Major, the world-premiere of Wild Card for Flute and Piano by Nicole Mitchell...
January 17
Darryl Taylor, countertenor performs “American Song Recital” with guest artists Brent McMunn, Lorna Griffitt, and Nicole Mitchell. The program will include works by Adolphus Hailstork, H. Leslie Adams, Lori Laitman, Robert Owens, amoung others.
January 23 - January 25
Passion (Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, 1994). A CONCERT VERSION of this story adapted from Ettore Scola’s film Passione d’Amore focuses on the themes of love, sex, obsession, illness, passion, beauty, power and manipulation. Set in Milan in 1863...
January 30
Gassmann Electronic Music Series presents multimedia event featuring Montreal percussionist Aiyun Huang in collaborations with Sean Griffin, Michael Dessen, and Christopher Dobrian, including the new work Tacoma Narrows Monochord.
January 31 - February 8
The Liquid Plain (Naomi Wallace, 2012) Commissioned through the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s American Revolutions: the United States History Cycle and winner of the 2012 Horton Foote Prize for Promising New American Play, The Liquid Plain explores...
February 6 to May 2 - February 7
Play: In Three Acts highlights the work of artists Joe McKay, David Rokeby, and Nina Waisman. Each artist explores various modes of interaction: Waisman and Rokeby incorporate sound and embodied interaction, and McKay incorporates playful interaction...
February 11 - February 15
As UC Irvine celebrates its 50th anniversary, the Department of Dance is thrilled to present a revival of Founding Chair Eugene Loring’s iconic 1938 American ballet Billy the Kid. Commissioned by Lincoln Kirstein and featuring a rousing score by Aaron...
February 20 - February 21
Please join Kei Akagi and the Tokyo Trio for a concert of original music, including selections from the group's latest CD recorded in 2014. Formed in 2000, the Trio has released five CDs and has given over 400 performances worldwide.
March 7 - March 15
The Electra Project (Mihai Maniutiu, 2012). This anthropological project aims to be a practical artistic experiment, as well as a meditation on the cross-cultural approaches that ancient Greek tragedy is generating when performed in our time. Maniutiu...