New Millennium Series Tickets

New Millennium Series

The Three Concert Spring Series includes:

2/15/18 - Faculty, Alumni and Friends Gala ($20/15/5)
3/15/18 - Dawn Upsahw and Gil Kalish ($35/25/10)
4/19/18 - The Takács Quartet ($35/25/10)

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Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 7:30pm
Faculty, Alumni and Friends Gala
Zucker and Cozza
$20 adult, $15 seniors, $5 students
Purchase tickets to the Ying Quartet here!

For many Sacramento concertgoers the annual Faculty, Alumni, and Friends Gala is the highlight of the New Millennium Season.  This year’s gala will highlight virtuoso flutist Laurel Zucker, who will join forces with pianist John Cozza in a performance of Francis Poulenc’s elegant Sonata for Flute and Piano, which was premiered by Jean-Pierre Rampal and the composer.  Percussionist Daniel Kennedy will also bring his consummate skill and extraordinary musical range to the our concert stage.

Thursday, March 15th, 2018 - 7:30pm
Dawn Upshaw and Gil Kalish
Dawn Upshaw and Gil Kalish
$35 adult, $25 seniors, $10 students
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Five time Grammy winner Dawn Upshaw has achieved worldwide celebrity as both a recitalist and performer of opera, with a  repertoire spanning 250 years. She has received awards and distinctions accorded to only the most distinguished artists. In 2007 she was named a Fellow of the MacArthur Foundation, the first vocal artist to be awarded that organization's five-year “genius” prize, and in 2008 was named a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.  She will be joined on the New Millennium Series by her longtime collaborator, the legendary pianist Gilbert Kalish, in a program of songs by Franz Schubert, Bela Bartok, Rebecca Clarke and William Bolcom.

Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 7:30pm
The Takács Quartet
Takacs Quartet
$35 adult, $25 seniors, $10 students
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The Takács Quartet, now entering its forty-third season, is internationally renowned for the vitality of its interpretations. The Financial Times of London, describing a recent concert, wrote that “even in the most fiendish repertoire these players show no fear, injecting the music with a heady sense of freedom. At the same time, though, there is an uncompromising attention to detail: neither a note nor a bow-hair is out of place.” The first string quartet to win the Wigmore Hall Medal, their inaugural visit to Sacramento will find them performing works by Mozart, Mendelssohn and Beethoven’s monumental Opus 131.

*Student tickets are not available online, must show valid student ID in person at the
Athletic Center ticket office or in person on night of concert at Capistrano ticket window.