Caldwell Fine Arts Unveils 2002-2003 Season
2002. 06. 10.
CALDWELL, ID- The Caldwell Fine Arts recently announced its 41st season, with programs that range from brass chamber music to modern dance.
Caldwell Fine Arts was founded in 1961 as a co-operative effort between Albertson College and community leaders to present world-class events and artists in Jewett Auditorium. Performers provide at least one outreach with school children during their residency in Caldwell.
Programs, dates and descriptions follow. All performances are held at 7:30 p.m. in Jewett Auditorium on the Albertson College campus, unless otherwise noted.
The Western Opera Theater, of San Francisco, will present "La Boheme" on Sept. 25.
The 18-piece group Big Band Swing Design, from the Netherlands, will perform on Oct. 14.
Pianist Roberto Plano, Cleveland International Competition Winner, will perform on Nov. 7.
Ballet Idaho will present the "Nutcracker" on Dec. 12.
The 35-year-old Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company from Salt Lake City will perform a modern dance program drawing from some of America's finest choreographers on Jan. 16.
Cellist Zuill Bailey will perform on Feb. 4. A graduate of the Peabody Conservatory and The Juilliard School, Bailey is a powerful performer who dazzles audiences with his command of the cello.
The Missoula Children's Theatre will perform on Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 22 at 3 p.m.
Boulder Brass, a 12-member ensemble, will perform on Feb. 25. This Colorado-based ensemble is committed to the performance, recording, arranging, and publishing of brass chamber music.
The Vigilante Theatre Company of Bozeman, Mont. will perform "The Clark-Lewis Show," a wildly comical musical adventure, on March 18.
The 18-piece string ensemble Chamber Orchestra Kremlin, known as one of Russia's leading ensembles, will visit Caldwell on April 17.
Tickets are available through Caldwell Fine Arts or Select-A-Seat locations.
For more information, contact Sylvia Hunt at 454-1376 or visit the Caldwell Fine Arts website.
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