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July 9, 2017

posted Jul 6, 2017, 6:19 AM by Diane Lapinski
The Pastor is on vacation this week. 

Catholic Community Group Sales

Penn State Center for the Performing Arts            

Fr. Neil Dadey invites you to join us for outstanding performances of

  Broadway Musicals, Theatre, Cirque and Dance Companies.

 

All tickets available at discounted group sales prices. Checks payable to Our Lady of Victory.  Orders and payment for the 2017 Fall due September 8, 2017, winter performances are due December 1, 2017.  The      performances are at Eisenhower Auditorium, unless noted. For order info. contact Chris Kirkpatrick at chrisk@ourladyofvictory.com or 814-237-7832.  Prices shown at discounted rate.  Check PSU Website for more event details   http://www.cpa.psu.edu

 

Flip FabriQue  Catch Me!  Contemporary Circus - Wed., October 11, 2017, 7:30pm

Orchestra Tickets: Adult $23.80; 18 & under $15.30; PSU Students $12.75

Flip FabriQue contemporary circus is the newest gravity-defying sensation from Montreal, Quebec.  Each of the artists is a      veteran of Cirque du Soleil productions.  Catch Me! finds friends coming together after a decade to spend a weekend at a country cottage. The stage is a playground where high-level acrobatics are the natural vocabulary.

 

A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE & MURDER Broadway Musical - Thurs., October 19, 7:30pm

Orchestra Tickets: Adult $57.80; 18 & under $43.35; PSU Students $42.50 

Getting away with murder can be so much fun. And there’s no better proof than the knock-’em-dead hit show that won the 2014 Tony Award for Best Musical. Direct from New York City, GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE restores our faith in musical comedy.

 

Dawn Upshaw, soprano; Gilbert Kalish, pianist; and Sō Percussion - Tues., October 24, 7:30pm

Orchestra Tickets: Adults $37.40; 18 & under $28.90; PSU Student $12.75 (Performance is at Schwab Auditorium)

Dawn Upshaw, five-time Grammy Award-winning soprano, and Gilbert Kalish, celebrated pianist  join forces with Sō Percussion, a quartet at the forefront of American musical culture.  Both Shaw and Kalish are Pulitzer Prize winners.

 

Straight Outta Philly  featuring Rennie Harris Puremovement and Philadanco! - Fri., October 27,7:30pm

Orchestra Tickets: Adults $32.30; 18 & under $23.80;  PSU Students $12.75

Two of Philadelphia’s most spectacular movement companies come together to communicate social and political ideas through hip-hop and contemporary dance in Straight Outta Philly

 

Yo-Yo Ma and Kathryn Stott - Friday, November 3, 7:30pm

  Orchestra Tickets: Adults $76.50; 18 & under $62.05;  PSU Students $61.20

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma will perform with pianist Kathryn Stott. Ma and Stott have performed together for more than thirty years. Their collaborations include two Grammy Award-winning albums.

 

Spanish Harlem Orchestra - Thursday, November 9, 7:30pm

Orchestra Tickets: Adults $40.80; 18 & under $32.30;  PSU Students $12.75 

Spanish Harlem Orchestra, a Latin jazz big band led by pianist Oscar Hernández, sets the standard for authentic New York City-style salsa dura (hard salsa). Featuring an ensemble of thirteen world-class musicians and vocalists.

 

THE SOUND OF MUSIC  Broadway Musical - Wednesday, November 15, 7:30pm

Orchestra Tickets: Adult $57.80; 18 & under $43.35; PSU Students $42.50 

The hills are alive! A brand-new production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC is coming. 

 

Apollo’s Fire: The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra - Christmas on Sugarloaf Mountain:
An Appalachian Celebration - Thursday, November 30, 7:30pm (Schwab Auditorium)
Orchestra Tickets: Adult $37.40; 18 & under $28.90; PSU Students $12.75 

Apollo’s Fire explores the Celtic roots of Appalachian music. The concert features eleven instrumentalists, sixteen chorus members, and two vocal soloists and follows the joys and sorrows of the Celtic immigrants.

 

School of Music Feature:  Mosaic - Sunday, December 3, 4:00pm.

Orchestra Tickets: Adult $30.00; 18 & under $30.00; PSU Students $10.00 

The  PSU School of Music presents Mosaic, its annual showcase. The performance features both large and small ensembles, as well as the school’s most outstanding soloists.

 

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