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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

First Year Art and www.firstcenter.org








THE 2013-2014 SEASON
Night after night of spectacular
performances await you this year at the
Ferst Center. This intimate setting in
the heart of the Georgia Tech campus
provides the perfect space to enjoy
music of all kinds, exquisite dance and
breathtaking artistry that inspires and
entertains you.
The 2013-2014 Season offers a number of
top artists rarely seen in Atlanta, along
with audience favorites we know you
will enjoy. Say hello to hot new artists
like
Push Dance Company and pianists
Alfredo Rodriguez
and Steven Lin,
along with top-of-their-game musicians
Arturo Sandoval
, Pat Metheny and
Peter White
. The astounding dance
group
Diavolo opens the season,
leading us into a fall that includes the
return of
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
and the premiere of
The Hot Club of
San Francisco
.
Push Dance Company
Peter White
Welcome!
Diavolo
Friday, September 20
Arturo Sando val
Friday, October 4
Ste ven Lin
Friday, October 11
The Hot Club
of San Fran cisco
Friday, October 18
Big Bad Voodoo Dadd y
Friday, November 1
Sonic Gene rato r
and
L’Orchest re Nat iona l
de Lo rraine
Sunday, November 3
A Pete r White Ch rist mas
with
Rick Braun and Mind i Abair
Saturday, December 14
Push Dance Co mpan y
Friday-Saturday, February 7 & 8
Pat Methen y Unity Group
Saturday, February 15
Ca rolina
Cho colate Drops
Saturday, March 1
Alfredo Rod riguez TRI O
Friday, March 7
Shuffle, Shake and Shatte r
by
San ford Biggers
Friday, March 28
Pilobolus
Saturday, April 5
Earl Klugh
Saturday, April 12
Jesse Coo k
Saturday, April 26
THE 2013-2014 SEASON
Order Tickets Today for the Best Price and Best Seats!
FERST CENTER
PRESEN TS
Diavolo Alfredo Rodriguez
Earl Klugh
kicks off an exciting threeyear
exploration of several areas of jazz
music, and Georgia Tech’s own ensemble
in residence
Sonic Generator will
perform with
L’Orchestre National de
Lorraine
. The season includes the return
of
Pilobolus, the Carolina Chocolate
Drops
and last year’s sensational Jesse
Cook
. Performance artist Sanford
Biggers
will offer a unique evening of
film, music and visual art as part of Africa
Atlanta 2014.
Your total experience is heightened
by galleries filled with surprising
visual arts exhibitions, discussions
held prior to most jazz concerts, and
often opportunities to say hello to the
performers after the show.
Connecting to the performers through
live experience is unlike anything else,
and once you have experienced it, you
can’t wait for it to happen again.
Join us for the experience!
The new season at the Ferst Center is filled with
great performances! Season tickets are on sale
now and subscribers get the best rewards!
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performances
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performances
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for subscribers. The Ferst Center Box Office will
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Friday, September 20
8 p.m.
Diavolo takes dance, daring and athletics
to the extreme. The dynamic company
returns with Fluid Infinities, the next
installment of the work they performed at
the Ferst Center in 2010, and with Transit
Space, a kinetic new piece inspired by the
thrilling movement of skateboarding that
uses ramps and half-pipes as set pieces.
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Subscription Price: $33.15, $41.65
Special Children’s Price: $22
DIAVOLO
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“appears to defy gravity, performing
with astounding athleticism and
infinite grace”
–Stanford Lively Arts
ARTURo
SANDOVAL
Friday, October 4
8 p.m.
Vivacious, talented and charismatic,
Arturo Sandoval has traveled the world
with his blend of infectious, mindblowing
jazz, winning Grammy, Billboard
and Emmy awards. Born in Cuba in 1949,
Sandoval is a protégé of jazz master
Dizzy Gillespie and has evolved into
one of the world’s most acknowledged
guardians of jazz trumpet and flugelhorn.
Regular Price: $30, $40, $55
Subscription Price: $25.50, $34, $46.75
“Sandoval’s playing is unabashedly
spectacular, yet he uses his
technique with dramatic finesse.”
–The New York Times
Jazz Connect!
Arrive at 7 p.m. for this free pre-show talk with
WCLK host Jay Edwards about Arturo Sandoval
and his music.
Diavolo is funded in part by a grant from South
Arts in partnership with the National Endowment
for the Arts and the Georgia Council for the Arts.
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Steven LIN
Friday, October 11
8 p.m.
Atlanta Premiere
Steven Lin, an immediately engaging
and imaginative young Taiwanese
American pianist, moves with ease
between concertos, recitals and chamber
music. The winner of several prestigious
piano competitions including the William
Kapell International Competition and the
Juilliard School’s Gina Bachauer Piano
Competition, he made his debut with the
New York Philharmonic at age 13.
Regular Price: $25
Subscription Price: $21.25
Seating on stage
“His tone was
unfailingly
beautiful, his
articulation
extraordinary,
as crystalline
as could be in
bravura bits,
elegantly refined
in legato lines.”
–The Baltimore Sun
Friday, October 18
8 p.m.
Atlanta Premiere
The great gypsy jazz ensemble
presents Cinema Vivant, an evening
of vintage silent films accompanied by
live gypsy swing music. The music of
Django Reinhardt and 1920s Paris will
highlight three classic short films: The
Cameraman’s Revenge and The Mascot
by Ladislaw Starewicz, and There It Is by
Charley Bowers.
Regular Price: $30
Subscription Price: $25.50
Special Children’s Price $22
THE HOT CLUB
“One of the most cohesive
and entertaining gypsy swing
bands in the United States”
–The San Francisco Chronicle
OF SAN FRANCISCO
Friday, November 1
8 p.m.
2013 marks the 20th Anniversary of this
band’s remarkable arrival on the music
scene. In their first years they reminded
the world that it was still cool to swing–
Big Band style. Today the high-energy
ensemble is continuously performing
and recording while expanding their
horizons with new musical inspiration
and influence.
Regular Price: $35, $45, $60 (Club seating)
Subscription Price: $29.75, $38.25, $51
BIG BAD
VOODOO DADDY
“Makes you want to jump up, dance
and smile ’til your face hurts!”
–Pazz Magazine
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Sunday, November 3
7 p.m.
Atlanta Premiere
Sonic Generator, the high-tech
contemporary music ensemble in
residence at Georgia Tech, joins forces
with members of L’Orchestre National
de Lorraine and their conductor Jacques
Mercier in a concert of innovative French
and American contemporary music. The
program features Steve Reich’s City Life,
a work incorporating digital samplers.
This concert is co-presented by the
Georgia Tech School of Music as part of
France-Atlanta 2013.
Regular Price: $25
Subscription Price: $21.25
“…the most stimulating addition to Atlanta’s musical life…”
–Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Sonic Generator
and
L’Orch estr e National
de Lorrain e
with
Rick Braun
and
Mindi Abair
Saturday, December 14
8 p.m.
The jazz guitar favorite returns to
deliver his brand of holiday jazz!
Peter White leads an all-star lineup
featuring
Rick Braun and Mindi Abair
performing dazzling arrangements
of holiday favorites. White has kept
contemporary jazz fans worldwide
enthralled by his spirited melodies,
soulful grooves and instantly
recognizable acoustic guitar tone.
Regular Price: $42, $52, $67
Subscription Price: $35.70, $44.20, $56.95
“A night of Christmas cheer and jazz…
the chemistry was off the hook.”
–Jazz Review
A PETER WHITE
CHRISTMAS
Friday, February 7
Saturday, February 8
8 p.m.
Atlanta Premiere
Raissa Simpson’s Push Dance Company
builds vibrant contemporary dances
to gain a deeper understanding of
the challenges attributed to mixed
heritage. Each moment generates fresh
perspectives from intermingling diverse
dancers in raw situations that showcase
rarely presented topics. Push Dance
provides audiences an opportunity
to examine issues of identity and
intersecting cultures.
Regular Price: $25
Subscription Price: $21.25
Seating on stage
with
Chris Pott er,
Antonio Sanch ez,
Ben Williams
and
Giulio Carmassi
Saturday, February 15
8 p.m.
Guitarist Pat Metheny’s versatility is
almost without peer, netting him an
incredible 20 Grammy Awards, including
one for his latest jazz album in 2013.
He now pours his boundless creativity
into a new project, the five-member Pat
Metheny Unity Group, featuring some of
the world’s best jazz players.
Regular Price: $49, $59, $74
Subscription Price: $41.65, $50.15, $62.90
Jazz Connect!
Arrive at 7 p.m. for this free pre-show talk with
WCLK host Jay Edwards about Pat Metheny Unity
Group and their music.
“the most inspired jazz
guitarist living, a musician
capable of structuring
improvised solos as
narratives, a composer
of estimable lyricism
and bountiful imagination”
–Buffalo News
Push
Danc e Company
“Sleek and sexy edge”
–San Francisco Guardian
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PAT METHENY
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Saturday, March 1
8 p.m.
Proudly reclaiming the African-
American string band tradition, the
Chocolate Drops reveal the celebratory,
interconnected currents running
through blues, country and bluegrass,
bringing brash, youthful energy to oldtime
music rooted in the red soil of the
southern Piedmont.
Regular Price: $30
Subscription Price: $25.50
Special Children’s Price $22
Friday, March 28
8 p.m.
Atlanta Premiere
With live music by the band Moon
Medicine, multimedia and performance
artist Sanford Biggers presents a
montage of his three-part film suite
Shuffle, Shake and Shatter as part of
the Africa Atlanta 2014 celebration.
The film follows the Brazilian Ricardo
as he navigates German society, and
continues to Sao Paulo and West Africa
in an exploration of the formation and
dissolution of identity.
Regular Price: $15
Subscription Price: $12.75
“an American roots-music
phenomenon”
–The Wall Street Journal
Carolina
Chocolat e Drops
Shuffl e, Sha ke
and Shatt er
by
Sanford Bigg ers
Friday, March 7
8 p.m.
A young pianist of astonishing virtuosity,
Cuban-born Alfredo Rodríguez calls up
images of legendary jazz pianists Keith
Jarrett, Thelonious Monk, Art Tatum
and his compatriot Chucho Valdés.
Schooled in the classical conservatories
of Havana, Rodríguez was discovered
at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 2006
by Quincy Jones and his star has risen
rapidly under the tutelage of the famed
producer.
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Subscription Price: $28.90, $41.65
“A quiet force in the art world”
–Art in America
“Rodriguez’s talent for finding
emotional truth in the split-second
fall of a piano key has brought
him to the verge of an improbable
success story”
–Los Angeles Times
ALFREDO ROD
RIGUEZ TRIO
Jazz Connect
at 7 p.m.
PILOBOLUS
Saturday, April 5
8 p.m.
Like its biological namesake–a feisty
little fungus that thrives in farmyards–
Pilobolus continues to grow toward the
light, expanding and refining its unique
methods of collective creativity. Now
in its 42nd year, the popular dance
company delights audiences around the
globe with its inventive, athletic, witty
and collaborative performance works.
Regular Price: $39, $49
Subscription Price: $33.15, $41.65
Special Children’s Price $22
“The best Pilobolus works, with
no loss of wonder or pleasure
as popular entertainment, are
sustained flights of poetry and
drama”
–The New York Times
Saturday, April 12
8 p.m.
Grammy-winning guitar virtuoso
Earl Klugh and special guests ignite
the stage in this “Night of Guitars”
exploring Klugh’s various guitar
influences and their styles and
techniques through solo, duet, trio and
full band performances. The concert
concludes the first year of a new
collaboration between Klugh and Georgia
Tech aptly titled “HandPicked” in honor of
his newest album release.
Regular Price: $37, $47, $62
Subscription Price: $31.45, $39.95, $52.70
Jazz Connect!
Arrive at 7 p.m. for this free pre-show talk with
WCLK host Jay Edwards about Earl Klugh and
his music.
Earl KLUGH
Support for Earl Klugh is generously provided by
Patrick and Gloria Stansbury
.
“A guitarist with impeccable
technique”
–The New York Times
Saturday, April 26
8 p.m.
Fiery and percussive guitar work, Latin
rhythms and smoldering onstage
charisma describe this virtuoso guitarist.
Jesse Cook returns to the Ferst stage
following his stunning performance here
in the 2012-13 season that left audiences
calling for more!
Regular Price: $36
Subscription Price: $30.60
Jess e Coo k
“Cook’s relentless precision and perfect
tonality will not be denied.”
–The Montreal Gazette
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Vibrant signs of a strategic initiative
to enhance creativity are visible across
campus this year, from the new outdoor
exhibit Engineered Art: An International
Sculpture Exhibit at Georgia Tech to the
2014 TechArts Festival showcasing the
creative spirit.
In addition to the Ferst Center Presents
professional artist series, sharing the
imagination and talent of the students
and faculty at Georgia Tech is a major
part of the initiative, and the campus
welcomes the community to enjoy the
visual art, music, theatre, digital and
literary arts created here.
In 2014, Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen
College of Liberal Arts will present Africa
Atlanta 2014, a citywide celebration
reinventing the cultural and economic
bonds between the African, European
and American cultures in Atlanta with a
rich array of arts activities.
For more information on all Georgia Tech
arts events, please see arts.gatech.edu.
The arts ar e
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Diavolo
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9/20 . . . . . . $49, $39 . $41.65, $33.15 ______ X $_________ = $___________
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. . . . . . . . 10/4 . $55, $40, $30 . $46.75, $34.00, $25.50 ______ X $_________ = $___________
Peter White Christmas
. .12/14 . $67, $52, $42 .$56.95, $44.20, $35.70 ______ X $_________ = $___________
Pat Metheny Unity Grp. .
. 2/15 . . $74, $59, $49 . $62.90, $50.15, $41.65 ______ X $_________ = $___________
Alfredo Rodriguez Trio
. 3/7 . . .$49, $34 . . . . . $41.65, $28.90 ______ X $_________ = $___________
Earl Klugh
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Hot Club of San Fran.
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. . 11/1 . .$60, $45, $35. $51.00, $38.25, $29.75 ______ X $_________ = $___________
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Shuffle, Shake, Shatter
. . 3/28 . . . . . . . .$15 . . . .. . .$12.75 ______ X $_________ = $___________
Jesse Cook
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4/26 . . . . . .. .$36 . . . .. . .$30.60 ______ X $_________ = $___________
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