On October 10, Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique transports us with an all-Berlioz program, led by artistic director and conductor John Eliot Gardiner. Buy your tickets here >> http://bit.ly/2NigANg
Coming to CPA on Oct. 5 and 6: the production of Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People that was just banned in China. Come see Schaubuhne Berlin’s radical interpretation of the play that pits a whistleblower against his brother in a fight over money versus the health of the people, and asks you, the audience, to engage in the debate.
On September 28, sensational Mexican-born jazz singer Magos Herrera and the omnivorous string quartet Brooklyn Rider join forces for an unforgettable musical journey. In DREAMERS, they reinterpret classics from across Latin America and Spain in new arrangements that feature the words of Octavio Paz, Federico García Lorca, Rubén Darío, and others who created hope with their words in the most trying of times. Tickets >> http://bit.ly/2NFmKpQ
Our opening date for Robin Frohardt: Plastic Bag Store may have been delayed a bit due to Florence, but in the meantime: give a listen to WHUP Lights Up chat with CPA's Christina Rodriguez about plastic sushi, puns, what an ice cave is, and, of course, Robin Frohardt.
Please note that the CPA box office will be closed on Thursday and Friday (9/13-14) and plans to reopen on Monday, September 17, pending University updates. All events scheduled Fri-Sun at Memorial Hall, Gerrard Hall, and Current ArtSpace + Studio are postponed.