“Strength and swagger!” – NY Times
Under the artistic direction of Eduardo Vilaro, internationally -celebrated Ballet Hispanico performs repertory that fuses Latin dance with classical and contemporary techniques, utilizing strong ballet and contemporary influences along with Latin and Flamenco styles. The result? A new style of concert dance in which theatricality and passion propel every move. This season, they present their ground-breaking All Latina Program, celebrating the work of some of world’s finest Latina choreographers. Come experience the phenomenon that has been seen by over two million people around the globe.
Tickets on sale to general public on Friday, June 21, 2019 at 10 AM.
When asked about the fire that fuels their acclaimed live performance, bassist Tim Foreman says, “We don’t play all these different shows all over the world to JUST bring people together. We play these songs to show that all along we never were that far apart.”
With a career spanning over 20 years, 11 albums, a film and millions of tickets sold, the Grammy Award winning band, SWITCHFOOT is embarking on one of their most ambitious endeavors to date.
“SWITCHFOOT & Their Fantastic Traveling Music Show”
Grab your seats and get ready to join SWITCHFOOT as they set out on a quest, unlike any they’ve ever taken before.
SWITCHFOOT will perform not one, but two sets, back-to-back each night. It’s like having two SWITCHFOOT concerts in one evening, a stripped-down acoustic concert with untold stories and inspirations behind some of your favorite songs, and a full-blown rock concert to end the night. They will play the old and news songs, and promise to dive deeper into the catalogue than ever before.
This tour comes on the heels of the SWITCHFOOT’s much anticipated 11th studio album, NATIVE TONGUE and their headlining NATIVE TONGUE spring 2019 tour, selling out venues like the Ryman in Nashville and the Wiltern in LA.
Performing in only a few cities for a limited run this Fall, SWITCHFOOT & Their Fantastic Traveling Music Show will be a one-of-a-kind night you won’t want to miss.
A singer, composer and actor, Lyle Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that spans 14 albums. Coupled with his gift for storytelling, the Texas-based musician fuses elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues in a convention-defying manner that breaks down barriers.
Known as one of America’s most adventurous string quartets, ETHEL has released six feature recordings (one of them nominated for a Native American Music Award), won a Grammy Award with jazz legend Kurt Elling, and performed in 14 countries and 45 states. ETHEL and Robert Mirabal, Native American musician, instrument builder, and three-time Grammy Award winner, present a program inspired by Water as the embodiment of Spirit, and its essential role in Life on Earth.
The wildly-talented performers of Postmodern Jukebox take pop music back in time with their international tour. PMJ shows bring a full band of gifted musicians with a cast of favorite singers and tons of surprises to Eau Claire. Hits from artists like Panic at the Disco!, Sia, Goyte, and Aerosmith are re-imagined in styles from brass band, vintage country, 1960s girl group, and many more. Soulful and glamorous, come see the past and present collide with style. Check out this show before it swings out of town.
Todd Green takes the whole family on a whirlwind tour of musical instruments from around the world as he demonstrates 25-string, flute, and percussion instruments and unusual rhythms and scales used in other cultures. His engaging performance relates the instruments both culturally and historically, as well as to our familiar Western instruments, pointing out both differences and common threads. He layers instruments as he performs, adding an element of high-tech “magic” and turning him into a one-man band of World Music.