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    Front Cover
        Page 1
    January
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        Page 3
        Page 4
    February
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        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
    March
        Page 9
        Page 10
    April
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Ordering form
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    Back Cover
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Wednesday. January 11, 7:30 p.m.
An Alan and Carol Squitieri Performance
Karelia Suite, op. 11 Sibelius
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 5 in A Major, K. 219 ("Turkish") Mozart
Symphony No. 6 in B Minor. op. 74 ("Path6tique") Tchaikovsky






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An Alan and Carol Squitieri Performance
Johann Strauss' comical masterpiece involves revenge on a practical joke gone awry,
a masquerade ball, husbands, wives, maids, lovers, mistaken identity and plenty of
flowing champagne.
Sung in German with English supertitles.


Siday. Januai n 7
Sponsored by Shands HealthCare
Renke Fleming's sensuous voice, stylistic versatility and captivating stage presence
have made her one of the world's most beloved sopranos.


Saturday, January 21, : p.m.
What group played on more No. 1 records than The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Rolling
Stones and Elvis Presley combined? The answer is The Funk Brothers, the studio
musicians behind Diana Ross & The Supremes, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder,
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles and many more recording legends. Dance along as
they fill the Phillips Center with the soul and spirit of Motown.
Seats for this performance are only available in the balcony. This performance is not available as part
of a 6-for-10 package.




Sundzay. January 8 p.rm. H
Fiddler and vocalist Alison Krauss and her band
deliver an unforgettable evening of bluegrass at the
Phillips Center.
This performance is not available as part of a 6-for-10 package. i













Friday, -,anuary 27, 7::'0 pm.
UnHivi.'sii\ Auditorium1
Commemorate Mozart's 250th birthday with a collection of his works.
Adagio and Rondo for Flute, Oboe, Viola, Cello and Piano, K. 617
Sonata for Bassoon and Cello, K. 196c
Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, K. 498
Divertimento No. 4 for Oboe, Clarinet and Bassoon, K. 439b
Quartet for Flute and Strings, K. 285
Quartet No. 1 for Piano and Strings, K. 478




StUolirdx. IJanlarf \ 28. 1 am
University Auditorium
Children will love this narrated, musical rendition of a classic story. Find out how
quiet and gentle Ferdinand deals with the raucous world of Spanish bullfighting
with a new and surprising ending. At 9:30 a.m., the UFPA Affiliates will provide
refreshments and a visit with a real bull at the Auditorium.





Saturday, i-anuar 2., 7:, p.m.I
S.ndlay,. auary I 2 p.m. and 7: ,p.m.
Sponsored by ERA Trend Realty, WCJB TV 20 and WIND-FM
The longest running show in Broadway history is celebrating its 25th anniversary!
Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical masterpiece,
which features the hit song Memory, is the
"purrfect" way to introduce your family to the
wonders of theater.















Wednesday, February 1, 7:30 p.m.
The guys in Blundstone boots are back and ready to
leave dents on the Phillips Center stage! Rough, tough and rocking theatrical
entertainment, the international sensation Tap Dogs features sharp choreography,
a driving score and a unique construction site set.

Mark Morris Dance Group
Friday, February 3, 7:30 p.m.
An Alan and Carol Squilieri Performance
The incomparable Mark Morris Dance Group celebrates 25 years of
extraordinary dance and music with a unique and powerful program
M M D G performed with the MMDG Music Ensemble, including Going Away
Party (music by Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys), All Fours (music
25 by B61a Bart6k) and V (music by Robert Schumann).

Soweto Gospel Choir
Saturday, February 4, 7:30 p.m.
Sponsored by Saturn of Gainesvillc. The Gainesville Sun and UPN 11
Last year's sold-out spectacle returns to the Phillips Center for a performance that
transcends religious and cultural barriers. Soweto's chorus, dancers and musicians
stir audiences with inspirational material including an exotic blend of African
spirituals, traditional gospel songs, popular songs and folk anthems.










Select 6 '; d .. shows, receive 10% off!
See page 14 and order form for details.










Tokyo String Quartet
Saturday, February 4, 7:30 p.m.
University Auditorium
Quartettsatz in C Minor, D. 703 Schubert
Quartet No. 1, op. 7 Bart6k
Quartet in B-flat Major, op. 67 Brahms

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DANCE CHICAGO
Thursday, February 9, 7:30 p.m.
One of the most important forces in contemporary dance, Hubbard Street Dance
Chicago is acclaimed for its exuberant, athletic and innovative repertoire. The
company's 22 dancers inspire, challenge and engage audiences worldwide through
their unparalleled versatility and virtuosity.

The Ten Tenors
Friday, February 10, 7:30 p.m.
Sponsored by Dharma Endowment Foundation and The Village
Whether they are singing Puccini's arias or Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, The
Ten Tenors capture the hearts of countless fans around the world with their vocal
prowess, ingratiating humor and unmistakable Australian charm.

California Guitar Trio
Saturday, February 11, 7:30 p.m.
University Auditorium
Fusing a whirlwind of instrumental styles including classical, jazz, bluegrass and
"surf music," the California
Guitar Trio's amazing
artistry has earned them
a rabid following among
listeners of all genres.


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My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish
and I'm in Therapy
Tuesday, February 14, 7:30 p.m.
Sponsored by Davis Monk & I.. ,, Florida Food Service and M&S Bank
Steve Solomon is awaiting a session with the latest in a long line of therapists to
help him resolve his family issues. Through his gift for impersonation, you'll meet
Steve's Mom, Dad, Grandma Angelina, Grandpa Harry, Bubbie, Uncle Vito and
everyone in between in his hilarious one-man show.

Dark Star Orchestra
Tuesday, February 21, 7:30 p.m.
Pay homage to one of America's most influential and
beloved bands with the Dark Star Orchestra's Grateful
Dead tribute. With superb musicianship and careful
attention to detail, the Dark Star Orchestra recreates
historic Dead concerts with uncanny accuracy.

Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
with Gil Shaham, Guest Director and Violin Soloist
Wednesday, February 22, 7:30 p.m.
An Alan and Carol Squitieri Performance
Variations on a Theme of Tchaikovsky, op. 35a Arensky
Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Major, K. 219 Mozart
Souvenir de Florence in D Major, op. 70 Tchaikovsky



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See page 14 and order form for details.








The Tchaikovsky Perm Ballet and Orche-i ';i
Sleeping Beauty
Sunday, February 25, 2 p.m.
Sponsored by 98.5 KTK and Bosshardt Realty
Experience the splendor of Russian ballet with The Tchaikovsky Perm Ballet and
Orchestra's Sleeping Beauty. Featuring glorious sets, sparkling costumes, and of
course, exquisite dancing, Sleeping Beauty's magic will enchant children and grown-
ups alike.
Joshua Bell, Violinist
and Jeremy Denk, Pianist
Sunday, February 26, 4 p.m.
University Auditorium
Joshua Bell performs an intimate concert with Jeremy Denk, a pianist lauded by
critics for his wide-ranging, challenging repertoire.

Stin Won't Dance
Silver: A Self-Destructive Solo for Two Men
T'lued:i\. February 28 Saturday, March 4, 7:30 p.m.
Phillip.- ('.-n t L Black Box Theatre
In I k.;i illin.- king performance, Sinner combines movement, spoken word and
1fin' i t. .. il', r he events surrounding London's 1999 "Soho bombing." Dancers
I. mi St-, I .11an Hen Wright examine prejudice, sexuality and the blurred boundaries
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Journey to India with the Russian National Ballet's La Bayaddre. The company of 50
beautifully illustrates the tragic story of a temple dancer, noble warrior and princess
entangled in a love triangle.
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Fiddle virtuoso Natalie MacMaster honors the Celtic musical tradition of her native
Nova Scotia in a St. Patrick's Day treat. Known for her boundless energy, she furiously
fiddles and dances to the foot-stomping, hand-clapping delight of her audiences.




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Saturday, Ma l-rch 18. 7:30 pmn.
Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat Minor, op. 23 Tchaikovsky
Manfred Symphony in B Minor, op. 58 Tchaikovsky










Raise the Union Jack! Drum, bagpipe and highland dance ensemble The Black
Watch joins with The Band of the Welsh Guards to demonstrate the pomp and
pageantry of the British military in a unique blend of stirring music and
colorful ceremony.


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At just 18 years old, New Zealander Hayley \\ ... -., has emerged as one of the
world's most popular classical crossover singers. Her angelic, crystal-clear voice and
poise beyond her years has won the hearts of millions and made her newest album,
Odyssey, an international hit.









National SponsorM" I -1!.
Since 1958, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has dedicated itself to honoring the
African-American cultural experience and promoting the American modern dance
heritage. The company's eclectic repertoire includes classic works by its late founder
as well as contemporary pieces by some of the hottest talents in the dance world.


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Sonata for Piano in B-flat Major -
Fantasie for Piano in C Major, op.
Three traditional Chinese works -
Goyescas, H. 64 Granados
Isoldens Liebestod:
SchlufLszene aus Tristan
und Isolde, transcription
for piano (after Wagner),
S. 447 Liszt
Hungarian Rhapsody for
Piano No. 6 in D-flat Major,
S. 244/6 Liszt


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Nrityatlglrn Dance Ensemble Sacred Space
Saturday, April 1, 7:30 p.m.
Direct from the world's only dance village in India, the Nrityagram Dance Ensemble
produces captivating performances that transport viewers to enchanted worlds of
magic and spirituality. Sacred Space combines the company's trademark sensuous,
exotic movements and martial arts with Indian mythology, Sanskrit poetry and
ancient epics.
S Fundaed in part by the Natiomnl Dance Project of the New England Foundation for the Arts, with
Lead funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
'^^ Additional funding provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and The Ford Foundation.

Garrison Keillor
Tuesday, April 4, 7:30 p.m.
Sponsored by Koss-Olinger Financial Group, The Village and WGFL-CBS 4
Writer and radio host Garrison Keillor brings his homespun charm and wry humor
to a special appearance and book signing at the Phillips Center.

Spanish Harlem Orcbl.-st a
Friday, April 7, 7:30 p.m.
University Auditorium
University Auditorium sizzles with the fiery sounds of the world's hottest salsa
dance band. The Grammy-winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra's energetic
performances honor the rich history of Latin dance orchestras while playing new
music that appeals to listeners of every age, race and disposition.

New Arts Trio with Mitchell Estrin, Clarinetist
Sunday, April 9, 4 p.m.
University Auditorium
String Quartet in E Minor, op. 90 ("Dumky") Dvo ik
Piano Trio in D Minor, op. 49 Mendelssohn
Quartet for Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano Schickele


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University of Florida Symphony
()rc1h..-.t ra and Combined Choruses
.iSturday, April 22, 7:30 p.m.
I.. d by Dr. Will Kesling, the University of Florida
S mphony Orchestra, Concert Choir, ('C1 iii l-r Singers and
I .-tinesville Civic Chorus unite to present Dvorik's Requiem
a dramatic, moving work that is seldom performed in the
I 'lited States.

Ioby Lakatos Ensemble
Sunday, April 23, 7:30 p.m.
U university Auditorium
I-. markably adept in classical, jazz and his own Hungarian folk idiom, violinist
i '.by Lakatos often mixes and matches musical genres. Just as Liszt, Brahms and
-t hers infused Hungarian overtones into their compositions, Lakatos' music is
i spired by the confrontation of classics with his gypsy roots.

F r more information about each performance, visit the UFPA web site at
.v uw.performingarts. ufl.edu.

.I, performances are at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
.. less otherwise noted.

\il events, programs, artists, times and dates are subject to change.




Photo Credits
I t Irles Dutoit Courtesy of Columbia Artists Management, Inc, Diavolo- Courtesy of David Lieberman Artists' representatives.
,I 1 sner Dana (luckstein. Marsha Mason Courtesy of Baylin Artists Management. James Cromwell -- Courtesy of Baylin
its Management. Die Fledermaus Courtesy of 2Luck Concepts. Renee Fleming- Decca/Andrew Eccles. The Funk Brothers
courtesy of The Agency Group. Alison Krauss Russ Harrington. New York Chamber Soloists Glenn Moody. Ferdinand the
,.tl A. Sini CATS -Joan Marcus. 0 2(3. Tap Dogs Courtesy of Columbia Artists Theatricals. Mark Morris Dance Group
Si : ,.,~, C .. .p, i Ci.:.. Nina Kolle. Tokyo String Quartet -J Henry Fair. Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
SI1 J' 1 i >i 1. I n Ir n. Dems Lyall-Wilson. California Guitar Trio -- Ingrid Pape-Sheldon. Steve Solomon in
It. other's Italian ... Courtesy of Wlliam Morris Agency. Dark Star Orchestra R. Hunter Williams. Gil Shaham- Courtesy
i i 'M Artits. Sleeping Beauty Courtesy of Hollywood Entertainment Group. Joshua Bell- Bill Phelps. Jeremy Denk -
II ..ry Fair. Sinner Courtesy of 2Luck Concepts. Sir James Galway Hanya Chlala. Lady Jeanne Galway Courtesy of
S'* Artists. La Bayaddre- Courtesy of Columbia Artists Management Inc. Natalie MacMaster Margaret Malandruccolo.
' Im Bronfman Deborah Feingold. The Black Watch and The Band of the Welsh Guards Courtesy of Columbia Artists
' i agement. Inc. Hayley Westenra Decca/Kevin Westenberg. Alvin Alley American Dance Theater Clifton Brown. photo
drew Eccles. Lang Lang- Kasskara. courtesy of Deutsche Grammophon. Nrityagram Dance Ensemble Sofia Manchanda.
'. n prison Keillor Brian Velenchenko. Spanish Harlem Orchestra Courtesy of Libertad Records. Mitchell Estrin Courtesy of
SUimversity of Florida. University of Florida Symphony Orchestra Courtesy of University of Florida University Relations.
ii.--hy Lakatos Courtesy of Herbert Barrett Management.


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The Curtis M. Phillips Center for the
Performing Arts and University of Florida
Performing Arts Administrative Office are
located in the Cultural Plaza near the intersection
of 34th Street and Hull Road on the University of
Florida campus, with convenient access from 1-75 at
the Archer Road or Newberry Road exits.
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315 Hull Road
PO Box 112750
Gainesville, FL 32611-2750
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Phone: 352-392-1900
Fax: 352- :'-' .:;77.
Hours: Monday Friday, 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m.


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Phone: 352-392-ARTS (2787)
800-905-ARTS (Toll-free within Florida only)
Fax: 352-846-1562
Hours: Monday Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. (January
9 April 29)


Parking is available in the parking garage and surface lots at the University of Florida Cultural Plaza. Please plan to
arrive early.
ADA accessible parking for the Phillips Center is available on the south side of the parking garage, on the first level of the
garage and adjacent to the Florida Museum of Natural History.


The Baughman Center is located at the
intersection of Radio and MNli. --u i Roads, on the
University of Florida campus.

982 Museum Road
PO Box 112548
Gainesville, FL 32611-2548
Phone: 352-294-0049
Fax: 352-294-0050
Hours: The pavilion is open to the public for private
contemplation Monday Thursday, 8 a.m. 8 p.m.;
Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m.
Office hours: Monday Friday, 8:30 a.m. 5 p.m.
Parking for the Baughman Center is available near the
Administration Building adjacent to the Baughman
Center, on Lake Alice.


University Auditorium is located at the corner
of Union Road and Newell Drive, next to Century
Tower on the University of Florida campus.

PO Box 112755
Gainesville, FL 32611
Phone: 352-392-2346
Fax: 352-392-5269
Office hours: Monday Friday, 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Parking for University Auditorium is available on the
University of Florida campus at Union Road off SW
13th Street (200 yards from the Auditorium), and in the
parking garage at Newell Drive and Museum Road off
SW 13th Street (400 yards from the Auditorium). Please
plan to arrive early.
ADA accessible parking for University Auditorium is
available on the Stadium Road service drive, adjacent to
the south side of the Auditorium.






Place Your Order
With five ways to order tickets, it's easy to attend your
favorite performances!
By phone. Call the Phillips Center Box Office at
352-392-ARTS (2787) or within* l. .i.. 800-'-11,. \l I S
(2787). For TDD message translation, please call the
Florida Relay Service at 800-955-8771.
Please have your Visa or MasterCard ready for
payment. The Phillips Center Box Office is open Monday
- Saturday, noon to 6 p.m.
You may also call Ticketmaster anytime at 904-353-3309.
By fax. Fax your completed order form with Visa or
MasterCard information to us at 352-846-1562.
By mail. Complete your order form and send with Visa or
MasterCard information to the Phillips Center Box Office.
The Box Office does not accept checks by mail.
Phillips Center Box Office
University of Florida
PO Box 112750
Gainesville, FL 32611-2750
Online. Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com.
In person. Purchase tickets in person at:
the Phillips Center Box Office (Monday Saturday,
noon to 6 p.m.)
University Box Office at the University of Florida
Reitz Union
all Ticketmaster outlets, including the Oaks Mall
Information Booth
The P/',i p.. Center Box Office and University Box
Office will reopen on January 9, 2006. All orders sent
to the Phillips Center by fax and mail prior to then will
be processed in order of date received. Ticketmaster
will accept ticket orders in person, by phone and online
while the Phillips Center Box (0ji. and University Box
Office are closed.


The Phillips Center Box Office is open two hours prior
to performance time and through intermission for all
UFPA-presented events at the Phillips Center. For
other events, the Box Office is normally open one hour
prior to performance time and remains open 30 minutes
after the show begins. For events at the Auditorium,
University Auditorium Box Office is open two hours prior
to performance time on day of show.
T Purchase tickets to six or more different
1 performances and save 10 percent on the
L L total ticket price! To obtain discount, tickets
must be purchased all at once through the Phillips Center
Box Office (in person or by phone, fax or mail). Discount
does not apply to previously purchased tickets.
$10 rush tickets for seats in the balcony may be available
at the Phillips Center Box Office the day of show for
selected performances.
$10 student tickets may be available for selected
performances. Students must purchase tickets in person
with student ID at the Phillips Center Box Office or at
University Box Office in the Reitz Union. Each student
may purchase only one student ticket per performance,
for himself or herself only. Student tickets are based on
availability.
For information about group ticket sales and
"Startificate" gift certificates, please contact the Phillips
Center Box Office.
Children over age 3 are welcome at most events. All
children must be able to sit quietly in their seats
throughout the performance. Please note that every
patron, i i11ill.- of age, must have a ticket for
admission to University of Florida Performing Arts
events. Infants on laps are not permitted.
All sales are final. Tickets are non-refundable and
non-exchangeable.


University of Florida Performing Arts Affiliate Memberships
University of Florida Performing Arts Affiliates are essential to making a difference in the performing arts throughout
our local, state, national and global communities. Affiliates can order tickets and receive priority seating before the public,
stay informed about upcoming UFPA-presented events through On Stage, our members-only newsletter, as well as receive
many other benefits with special appeal.
Join now to receive Affiliate benefits for the remainder of the 2005-06 season. As a bonus, your Affiliate membership will
be extended to the 2006-07 season, including full benefits at your level.


Levels of membership
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SuperC. ( I~it., i'*,500


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SuperStar/$2,500


Headliner/$1,750
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Please transfer your membership contribution to the "Purchase Totals" section on the ticket order form. For more
information about the Affiliate program, please contact UFPA's Development Coordinator at 352-846-3647.


Producer/$500
Director/$250


Manager/$100
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Price 1 Front Orchestra Price 3 Rear Orchestra Mezzanine
Rows A-H in the Orchestra Rows Q-Z under Upper level, house right
Mezzanine the upper level and left
Rows A-I in the upper level Price 4 Balcony Price 3 Rear Orchestra
Price 2 Mid-Orchestra Rows J-X in Rows Q-CC in the Orchestra
Rows I-P in the Orchestra the upper level Price 4 Balcony
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3 Alison Krauss and Union Station*
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The Ten Tenors.. .. .......... F '
My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish Feb.
and I'm in Therapy
Dark Star Orchestra Feb.
Academy of St. Martin with Gil Shaham Feb.
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Sir James Galway and Lady Jeanne Galway
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